Obituaries 8-24-18

James M. Aubelle
James M. Aubelle, 66, of Emsworth, formerly of Swissvale, died Friday, August 17, 2019, after a nearly five year battle with cancer.
He was the son of Mary Louise Aubele and the late Regis Aubele; brother of Regis, Edward (Patty), Michael (Joyce), Paul (Sherry), Mark (Gloria), Daniel (Terri), and the late Keith. Also many loving nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and great-nephews.
Arrangements by the Thomas L. Nied Funeral Home, Inc.

Dorothy C. Vancheri
Dorothy C. Vancheri, 91, of Avalon, died Saturday, August 18, 2018.
She was the wife of the late James Vancheri; mother of Loretta (late David) Rittenhouse, Patricia (John) Litz and James M. Vancheri (Lorrie); sister of the late Elizabeth Rottler; grandmother of Daniel (Marcy) Rittenhouse, Lara (David) Louis, Brian ( Lindsey) Litz, Robert Litz, Sara Litz, Audrey Vancheri and Anna Vancheri; great grandmother Samantha and Evan Louis, Jessica and Jacob Rittenhouse.
Memorial donations are suggested to Animal Friends, 562 Camp Horne Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
Friends received Friday 4-8 p.m. at the Lawrence T. Miller Funeral Home, Inc., 460 Lincoln Ave., Bellevue. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Saturday, Church of the Assumption, Bellevue.

George D. Doscher
George D. Doscher, 61, of Economy Borough, formerly of Bellevue, died unexpectedly on Thursday, August 16, 2018.
He was the son of the late Harry and Mildred Doscher; husband of Barbara (Corba) Doscher; father of Connor and Jesse Doscher; and brother-in-law of Bill Corba.
George was a member of the Perry-Ionic Masonic Lodge #796, former mayor of Bellevue (2006-2013) and the owner of Doscher's Market and More. Like his father before him, he also served for a number of years on Bellevue Council. As mayor, George formed the advisory committee that resulted in the construction of the Bellevue Dog Woods off-leash dog park, and he was very involved in making that park a reality.
There will be no viewing.
A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, 3-9 p.m., at the Economy Volunteer Fire Department Banquet Hall, 3308 Conway Wallrose Rd., Sewickley, PA 15143. Those who would like to provide food or dessert, please wait until the Celebration of Life and bring something that you think George would have enjoyed.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations in George's name be made to: Hunt of a Lifetime, PO Box 241, Harborcreek, PA 16421 (huntofalifetime.org).
Arrangements by Lawrence T. Miller Funeral Home, Inc.

Fred Boyle McCormick, Sr.
Fred Boyle McCormick, Sr., 95, died August 17, 2018.
Fred grew up in Beaver Falls, PA and often accompanied his father, Dr. George McCormick, on his patient house calls. He attended Geneva College where he met his bride-to-be, Bonnie Deener. They married in 1944, shortly before Fred was shipped to Europe for WWII. He served as a Corporal in the infantry and was a pharmacist at the military hospital in Wiesbaden after the armistice.
After the war, he finished his biology degree at Geneva and embarked on a long career as a high school biology and driver's ed teacher in the Avalon school system.
Fred and his family lived in Emsworth and Ben Avon for many years. He loved Ontario’s Kawartha Lakes region and spent many summers with the family at the cottage on Deer Bay Lake fishing, swimming, and driving our ski boat for all the kids in our bay.
Upon retiring, Fred and Bonnie built a home on 15 acres of woodlands near Parker, PA. They enjoyed the peaceful summers of gardening, hiking in the woods, and hosting family gatherings.
In later years, Fred and Bonnie moved to Green Valley, AZ and had many enjoyable years exploring the Sonoran desert, Madeira Canyon, and the southwest.
In 2010, they moved to a senior care complex in St. Paul, MN to be close to Fred, Jr.’s family. Despite the radical climate change, Fred and Bonnie enjoyed the Twin Cities. They always looked forward to our traditional family dinners on Sundays while spending the afternoon watching Steelers and Vikings football and Twins baseball. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, and other family holidays were also special during their time in Minnesota.
Fred, Sr. is preceded in death by his wife, Bonnie; daughter, Sydney; parents George and Sydney (Shriver) McCormick; and siblings George Jr., Alma, Louis, and Virginia.
Fred, Sr. is survived by sons Fred, Jr. (Mitzi) and Charles (Barbara); grandchildren Kayleigh, Kyle, Niall and Nate; many nieces and nephews and lifelong friends.
Arrangements by McDonald-Linn Funeral & Cremation Services, LLC.