Ellwood City Ledger Obituaries
If you are looking for a specific obituary for a loved one, you can use the Ellwood City Ledger obituary archives. To search by last name or first name, type the exact name into the search field and it will return obituaries that match the person’s details. There is also an option to exclude certain words, which will limit the number of matches to those containing the specific details. The Ellwood City Ledger’s obituary archive is almost 150 years old and has more than one million obituaries.
The Ellwood City Ledger has been published from 1944 to 1961. The owner, Jack Turner, has a longstanding reputation for honesty, sincerity, and trustworthiness. He started the newspaper with his father, Clem Gerello, and worked in several locations. The family had four children and raised four daughters. The obituaries are available to the public on the website.
There is also a section of obituaries for a number of people that you may have missed. For instance, you may be wondering if anyone in the Ellwood City area was buried in the town of Herrick. In this section, you will find obituaries for people who have passed away recently. It is a shame that we may not have heard of these people. In the Ellwood City Ledger, we can also read about the recent deaths of two locals.
Melva Hopko was laid to rest at the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies. Her funeral arrangements are being handled by Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home & Crematory. She was 78 years old and had a stroke on Wednesday. She had been visiting her family in Lac Labelle, Quebec when she suffered her stroke. The family would like to thank the Sisterhood of the Transfiguration for all the care they provided to her.