Obituaries 9-16-11

Rev. James Forrest
Rev. James A. Forrest, 87, of Avalon, died Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011.
Rev. Forrest was a member of the Anglican Church of North America.
He is survived by his wife, Sharon Forrest; four children, Robert, Gillian, Jonathan and Jennifer; his sister, Nancy Forrest Burkholder; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A funeral service was held in Ascension Anglican Church in Oakland on Saturday. A memorial service was held in St. David Anglican Church, Peters Township, on Monday with Archbishop Robert Duncan officiating. Memorial contributions are suggested to Ascension Anglican Church. Arrangements were made by Thomas M. Smith Funeral Home and Crematory, Blawnox.

Rose Good
Rose A. Peiritsch Good, 98, formerly of Avalon and wife of the late Charles Good, died Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 in Kane Residence.
Mrs. Good was retired from Zayre's department store, where she worked in the millinery department.
She is survived by two daughters, Gay Good of Avalon and Joy Lawson and her husband Bruce of Logan, WV; her grandson, Bruce Good and his wife Melanie; her great-grandson, Caleb Bruce Good; nieces and nephews; and her dog, Eliza.
Friends were received at McDonald-Linn Funeral Home, Avalon. A Mass of Christian Burial was held in the Church of the Assumption on Saturday.

Charles Gregory
Charles James Gregory, 61, of Pittsburgh, died Friday, Sept. 2, 1011 in Eau Claire, WI.
Mr. Gregory was a field engineer at U.R.S. Corp. specializing in piping.
He is survived by his wife, Kathleen Kinlough Gregory; three children, SSgt. Keith Patrick Gregory and Charles John Gregory, both of Ohio Township and Heather Jean Sam Fong and her husband Jayson of Honolulu, HI; three siblings, Michael Gregory, David Gregory and Tina Crea, all of Belle Vernon; and his dogs, Buster and Scoobs. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Sarah "Sally" Johnston Gregory; and his brother, Kevin Gregory.
Burial was in National Cemetery of the Alleghenies. Memorial contributions are suggested to Eau Claire County Humane Association, 3900 Old Town Hall Rd., Eau Claire,WI 54701 or Wounded Warrior Project, 1120 G Street NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005.

Edith Hughes
Edith Margaret Hughes of Monroeville, wife of the late Ronald M. Ladick, died Monday, Sept. 12, 2011.
Ms. Hughes was a University of Pittsburgh graduate with a degree in journalism. She worked for community newspapers for almost 65 years. She started at Peabody High School and the Pitt News. She worked for the Pekin Illinois Times, the Hammond Tennesee Times and Gateway Publications, where she was executive editor for many years. She worked as community development director for Trib Total Media, where she edited Westmoreland magazine as well as Caregiver magazine. She was an active member of the Pennsylvania Society of Newspaper Editors. She received a Lifetime Achievement award from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, the President's Award from the Press Club of Western PA, and many Golden Quill, Keystone and Suburban Newspapers of America awards.
She is survived by four children, Dr. Ronald Ladick Jr. and his wife Sharon of Aliquippa, Dr. Sandra Collins and her husband Mark of Ben Avon, Linda Rothschild and her husband Robert of Tappan, NY and Jeannine Farina and her husband Arthur of Monroeville; her sister, Alice Hughes Woods of McLean, VA; five granddaughters, Faith, Hope and Grace Collins, Sabrina and Naomi Rothschild; a dear friend, Roseann Watt; and Puddy.
Friends were received at a celebration of life in Calvary Episcopal Church on Thursday. Memorial contributions are suggested to East End Cooperative Ministry, 250 N. Highland Ave., Pittsburgh, PA15206 or Forbes Hospice, 2570 Haymaker Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146. Arrangements were made by D'Allessandro Funeral Home and Crematory.

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