Death Notice – Herman Plumley
Contributed to Genealogy Pit Stop
By Virginia (Stevens) Adkins Plumley
Herman Plumley, 72, of Smiths Ferry, died Monday (October 24, 1966) at 11am at the Rochester General Hospital following a lingering illness.
He was born October 13, 1894 in Hager, West Virginia, and had been a resident of the Midland area since 1948. He also formerly lived in Ashton, West Virginia. Mr. Plumley retired about three years ago (1963) from the Midland Works of the Crucible Steel Co. An Army overseas Veteran in World War I, he was a Member of the American Legion Post 481 in Midland.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Leona (Smith) Plumley at home; 3 sons, James B. Plumley at Home, Dewey Plumley of Midland, Pennsylvania, Connard E. Plumley of Glenwood, West Virginia; 2 daughters, Mrs. Frances Lolene McDole of Smiths Ferry, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Eileen Robinson of Huntington, West Virginia; 3 brothers, Arthur Plumley of Charleston, West Virginia, Scott Plumley , and Alonzo Plumley of New Hamlin, West Virginia; 3 sisters, Mrs. Lula Dick of Smiths Ferry, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Catherine Adkins of Hager, West Virginia, and Mrs. Esta Thompson of Tucson, Arizona; 14 grandchildren.
Services will be held Thursday at 1:30 pm at the Cannon Funeral Home in Midland. Rev. David L. Hamilton of the church of the Nazarene of New Galilee, Pennsylvania will be officiating. Full military rites will be accorded Mr. Plumley by American Legion Post 481 during the services. Burial will be at Oak Grove Cemetery, Industry, Beaver Co., Pennsylvania.
(Contributor Notes: Died at Rochester, Beaver Co., Pa.)