The Morning Call (Sunday) : 2021-01-10

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29 The Morning Call | Sunday, January 10, 2021 Obituaries The Morning Call extends condolence­s to the families and loved ones of those who have passed. 610-820-6565 Edward A. Sukadelski Thomas Judson Smull Jacqueline C. (Kamenides) Selby After a brief illness, another legendary knife maker takes it to a higher level. Edward A. “Ed” Sukadelski, formerly of Wilkes-Barre, joined his parents Anthony and Margaret (Liskauskas) Sukadelski in eternal happiness on January 2, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Rosellen “Ellen” Mullin Sukadelski, cousins William Sukadelski of Wilkes-Barre and Anthony Sukadelski of Ohio. Due to Covid-19 restrictio­ns, a celebratio­n of life will be held at a later date. If you so choose, contributi­ons may be made to Animals in Distress, P.O. Box 609, 5075 Limeport Pike Coopersbur­g, PA 18036 or the charity of one's choice. Condolence­s may be offered at www.connellfun­eral. com. Thomas Judson Smull, 73, of Bethlehem, passed away on Tuesday January 5, 2021. He was the devoted husband of Deborah (Bland) Smull, with whom he shared over 32 years of marriage. Born in Bethlehem, he was the son of the late Judson G. Jr. and Gertrude (Miller) Smull. Thomas earned his Bachelor's degree from Lehigh University, class of 1969. He honorably served his country in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. Thomas was the Manager of Database Systems at Lehigh University for 34 years until retiring. He was a member of Central Moravian Church, Bethlehem. Thomas was an avid bicyclist, skier and motor vehicle hobbyist, but most of all a loving husband and father. SURVIVORS: In addition to his loving wife Deborah, he will be remembered by his daughters Mary Smull and her husband Chris Powell of Philadelph­ia, Jennifer Smull and her husband Carlos Ufret of Round Rock, Texas, and Erika Smull and her husband Adam Wlostowki of Durham, North Carolina; son Judson Smull and his partner Madeline Brinker of New York; siblings Louise Negley and husband Scott of Kennebunk, ME, Margaret Hopper and her husband Richard of Spartanbur­g, SC and Mary Arguelles and husband Frank of West Reading and his loving grandchild­ren Judson K. Powell and Silvia R. Ufret. SERVICES: A Memorial Service will be announced at a later date. Thomas's arrangemen­ts have been entrusted to the Cantelmi Long Funeral Home, Bethlehem. A memory tribute may be placed at www.cantelmifu­ CONTRIBUTI­ONS: In lieu of flowers, contributi­ons may be made to Central Moravian Church, 73 W Church St, Bethlehem, PA 18018. Jacqueline C. Selby, 73, of Bethlehem Twp., PA died Jan. 7, 2021. She was employed by Muhlenberg Hospital in the ER for 28 years. Jackie loved cooking, card games, bowling and traveling. She is survived by her children: Julie Bell of Prosper, TX, Gregory Selby (wife Renee) of Nazareth, PA; a brother: Michael Kamenides of Granby, MA; 4 grandchild­ren: Chadwick Kennington, Ellie Bell, Paige and Benjamin Selby; a niece and 2 nephews. Her husband Richard Selby and brother Mark Kamenides died earlier. A Visitation will be held 5 to 6:30 PM Thursday in Ashton Funeral Home, 1337 Northampto­n St., Easton. Services are private. For full obituary or to offer online condolence­s go to www. AshtonFune­ Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ Kathryn " Kitty" Shaw Anthony L. Tagg Kathryn, “Kitty” Shaw, 91, Quakertown, passed away on Saturday, January 2nd, 2021, in her home surrounded by her family. She was the wife of the late Dr. Richard “Dick” Shaw. Kitty is survived by her son, Joseph Shaw; her daughter, Jane Cygan and her husband, Tony; her son, James Shaw; her daughter, Jeanne McLaughlin and her husband, Steve; along with her grandchild­ren: Nicholas, Jessica, Colin, and Emma. She is reunited with her loving husband, Dick and beloved brother, Russell “Bud” Kramer. Services will be livestream­ed on Facebook (www.­kertown) at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday January 16, 2021. In Lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributi­ons in Kitty's name be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, 102 N. Hellertown Ave. Quakertown, Pa. 18951. For further informatio­n pertaining to services or to see a full obituary please visit the C. R. Strunk Funeral Home, Inc. Quakertown, PA. website: ( Anthony Louis Tagg, 91, of Allentown, passed away January 7, 2021. He was the loving husband of the late Jeanne M. (Sorenson) Tagg. Born in Metuchen, NJ he was the son of the late Louis and Margaret (Branca) Tagliabosc­hi. He served in the U.S. Army during Korea. Tony retired as an Engineer for Exxon Mobil. Tony was of the Catholic faith. He was a lifetime member of Clinton First Aid Squad. Tony was very active in Boy Scouts for over 50 years and received the Silver Beaver award. Survivors: sons- Bruce Tagg and wife Sandi, David Tagg and wife Kim; grandchild­ren- Justin, Megan and Britt; great granddaugh­ter- Samantha; brother-in-law- Harry and wife Doreen; several nieces and nephews. He was predecease­d by his siblings- Alfred Tagliabosc­hi and Gloria Aglitz. Services will be held at a later date care of Kohut Funeral Home, Inc. Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ Ernest A. Stewart Ernest A. Stewart, 90, of the Willow, Senior Living of Macungie, formerly of Allentown passed away Saturday, January 2, 2021 in the Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest due to COVID. He was the husband of the late Gail G. (Price) Stewart. Ernest was born in Allentown a son of the late Harley S. and Doris E. (Peters) Stewart. He was a switchman and cable splicer for Verizon for 32 years before retiring in 1986. Ernest was a veteran of the U. S. Air force serving as an Airman 1st Class during the Korean Conflict. He was a lifetime member of Emmanuel U.C.C., Allentown where he served as a Deacon, Elder and President of the Consistory. Ernest was a bus driver for the former Carl L. Bieber for 10 years. He umpired for many years in the Lehigh Valley. Ernest was a member of the Howard L. Peter American Legion Post #576 and the Allentown AARP Chapter #5415. He was a member of New Temple Lodge #720 F.& A.M and the Lehigh Valley Day Lodge #813 F.& A. M. Ernest was an avid golfer and loved to travel, including visiting all 50 states. Survivors: Daughter, Patricia A. wife of Barry D. Weibel of Bethlehem; stepdaught­er, Terrie L. Burger of West Grove, PA; brother, Harley S. Stewart, Jr. and his wife Santa of Northampto­n; granddaugh­ters, Jennifer Gnall, Courtney Gibbs, Cydney and Maya Webb, and Elizabeth Stewart; great grandchild­ren, Gabriel, Grayson, Grace and Grant; nieces and nephews. He was predecease­d by his sons Scott R. in 1995, Lee H. in 2016 and his granddaugh­ter Marlee in 1989. Services: Private at the convenienc­e of the family. Arrangemen­ts by the Stephens Funeral Home, Inc., Allentown. I nterment will be in the Grandview Cemetery, Allentown. Contributi­ons: LVHN Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 1200 South Cedar Crest Boulevard Allentown, 18103. Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ Sandra Avery (Avery) Titus Ruth G. Smith Sandra Avery Titus: October 17, 1945 – January 2, 2021 Ruth G. "Ruthie" Smith, 81, of Bangor, PA passed away Friday, January 8, at St. Luke's Hospital - Anderson Campus, Easton, PA Born in Easton, PA on February 26, 1939, she was the daughter of the late James and Dorothy (Kaniper) Green. She was the wife of Daniel J. Smith, with whom she celebrated their 27th wedding anniversar­y last Sandra Avery Titus, of Sarasota, Florida, loving wife of Wayne Brown Titus, II for over 56 years and mother of five, joined the church triumphant on Saturday January 2, 2021 at the age of 75. Sandy, as she was known to all who loved her, was born on October 17, 1945 in Phillipsbu­rg, New Jersey to the late Dr. S. Donald and Dorothy (Berger) Avery of Easton, PA. As a young lady in Easton, Pennsylvan­ia, she was a competitiv­e swimmer, a golf club champion. She attended the Moravian Academy, graduated from Wilson High School ('63) and attended the University Pennsylvan­ia. Sandy was kind, compassion­ate, fiercely independen­t and humorous. Sandy was the chief executive of her home and kept a meticulous house ... while raising five children, fostering two young children, playing host mother to two exchange students from Denmark, and welcoming many wayward young teenagers into her home. February. A graduate of Pen Argyl High School, She later worked as a Head Cook at Pen Argyl School District for 30 Years. She enjoyed going to yard sales, camping riding horses and spending time with her family. Surviving in addition to her husband are sons, Michael W Anthony and wife Jean, and James J. Anthony and wife Shelly, all of Saylorsbur­g and Charles R. Anthony, Wind Gap, Daughter, Danielle M Shiffler and husband, Allen, of Greentown, PA. Sister, Patricia Graves, Easton, and Mary Ann Warmkessel, Bangor. A grandson Jamie Anthony, and granddaugh­ters, Jennifer Anthony, Stephanie-Jane Frable and Addison Shiffler. She is predecease­d by her son, Robert J. Anthony, a brother, Donald Green, and a sister, Brenda Guarry. Memorial Services will be announced later after the Covid pandemic. No calling hours. The James J. Palmeri Funeral Home, Martins Creek, PA is entrusted with arrangemen­ts. Online condolence­s can be offered at www.palmerifun­ In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, in honor of her son who suffered from diabetes, to the American Diabetes Associatio­n, P.O. Box 7023, Merrifield, VA 22116-7023. A strong and determined woman, Sandy received her “second wind” through a double lung transplant at Christmas time in 2011…. A total miracle. Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ Eugenia Young Robson Sandy loved fishing, boating, grooming her poodles, entertaini­ng, listening to antique music boxes and painting. But mostly, she loved being the matriarch of her family and always attended to the needs of others before her own. Eugenia Young Robson, 89, of Bethlehem, died January 4, 2021, in St. Luke's Hospice House. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 44 years, Albert N. Robson, Jr. Genie was born in Bethlehem on July 16, 1931, daughter of the late James and Helen (Steinke) Young. She graduated from Hellertown High School in 1949 and from St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in 1952. She was a member of First Presbyteri­an Church of Bethlehem, PCUSA and its Hospital Ministry for many years. Surviving are son David A. Robson and wife Keri; daughters Mary Eugenia Robson, Carole A. Robson and Barbara R. Sherburne; daughter-in-law Nancy D. Robson; five grandchild­ren and seven great-grandchild­ren. She was predecease­d by a son Peter A. Robson, M.D. A graveside service will be held at the convenienc­e of the family. Arrangemen­ts, Pearson Funeral Home, Bethlehem. Memorials may be sent to First Presbyteri­an Church of Bethlehem, PCUSA, 2344 Center Street, Bethlehem, PA 18017. Online condolence­s may be sent to www. Sandy is survived by her husband, Wayne, her five children, Wayne B. Titus, III, his wife Lisa (Kaiser) Titus and their children, Jessica Titus Harwell, her husband M. Wayne Harwell, Scott Avery Titus, his wife Kim (Painter) Titus, Lindsay Anne (Titus) McCormick and Cathryn Jane Titus. Sandy is also survived by her three siblings (Susan Cobb, Sally Avery, Scott Avery), eight grandchild­ren and eleven nieces and nephews. Please sign Guest Book on www.themorning­ CARDS THANKS A memorial will be held later this spring when family can gather and rejoice in Sandy's life. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Southeaste­rn Guide Dogs would honor her memory. Direct your donations to: Southeaste­rn Guide Dogs, or mail directly to: Southeaste­rn Guide Dogs, 4210 77th Street East, Palmetto, FL 34221. For those who gave support during these difficult times. Additional­ly, Sandy would love it if you would consider giving the gift of life by being a registered organ donor. 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