Our Souls Go On But Part of Us Stays Behind
Though we be parted, I will always be part of you and you a part of me — connected through Space & Time
The Life I lived, the Thoughts, the Feelings; Pain & Sufferings; Courage & Triumphs; The Love & the Joy I found and expressed — The Way We Were — Has passed into Earth’s Consciousness, Awareness & Field: For better or worse, my life has enduring influence — on Earth and on the generations who continue to live in Earth’s field … What happens to one affects us all, for we are all connected. — DF —
Seeman Kenny Norris
Vincent J. Nielsen, 69, of Butler, formerly of West Deer Township, died Thursday 28th September, 2017.
He was born Feb. 5th, 1948, in Pittsburgh, to the late victor C. and Genevieve Janis Nielsen.
Vince grew up in West Deer High School. He worked for American Brige in Lawrenceville. He enjoyed trivia, listening to the oldies and reading. While he was a resident at Sunnyview, Vince enjoyed arts and crafts and attending church services.
Vincent loved playing the piano and a keyboard.
He is survived by two brothers, Victor Nielsen jr. of ercer and Derrick Chapman of England; two sisters: Jennie (Kenny) Carr and Mary Troyan, both of Butler; a niece and nephews.
Born May 11th, 1954, Linda Schreck died after battling a long illness on June 19th, 2017.She was well-known and liked at the Grapevine. She will be missed.
Nick Pantaleo, born February 25th, 1983, passed away on June 25th, 2017, aged 34.
He will be missed by all his Grapevine friends. God speed.
Janie Reynolds 65, of Butler, passed away on June 1, 2017.
She was born in W. Kittanning, PA on May 16, 1952. Janie was an LPN for many years and a member of St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church.
She is survived by her son, Cody Reynolds; her sister, Jan Hartman; her brothers, Tom Kropinak of Columbus, OH; and Paul Kropinak of Kittanning; and her nieces, Sarah and Katey Hartman of Butler.
Laura Irene Miller
Laura Irene Oesterling Miller, 64, of Butler passed away peacefully Monday, Feb 20, 2017 at the Good Samaritan Hospital at heritage Valley hospital, Beaver, after a long series of health issues.
She was born Feb. 18, 1958, in Butler, the daughter of the late Keith Oesterling and Edith Protzman Oesterling of Butler in Port Richey, Fla.
Laura was a member of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Cabot, where she sang in the choir. She loved art, coloring, painting and collecting dolls. laura had a love of children. She was able to teach for a few years and volunteer at Butler Hospital as well as at churches and schools and others.
She is survived by her mother, husband, Walter J. miller (Butler); sisters, Lida (Greg) Hess of Valancia and Nancy (John) Atwell (Butler); brother, Bruce (Cheryl) Oesterlng (Economy, IND);