Noah Hartley Dies
Administrator of Curry Memorial Home Suffers Fatal Heart Attack On Highway
Noah Hartley, 62, of Carmichaels, R. D. 1, administrator of the Curry Memorial Home near Waynesburg, sufferd a fatal heart attack while driving his car at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 25, 1970.
When Mr. Hartley suffered the attack, his automobile crashed into some guard rails along Route 21, six miles east of Waynesburg in Jefferson Township.
A State Police patrol car was the first on the scene having been less than a minute behind Mr. Hartley's car.
Mr. Hartley began his duties at the Curry Home in 1964, after he left the Department of Agriculture. He also owned and ran a farm in the Carmichaels area.
He was born September 16, 1908, a son of Edgar M. and Sarah Ann Armstrong Hartley. His wife, Mabel Grooms Hartley, whom he married March 31, 1932, survives.
Mr. Hartley spent all his life in the Carmichaels area, except for six years in Florida. He was a member of the Carmichaels Chapel of the Greene Valley United Presbyterian Church, the Waynesburg Elks Club, the Carmichaels Lions, and was a past president and an honorary member of the Carmichaels-Cumberland Township Volunteer Fire Company.
Surviving in addition to his wife are one son, Harold M. Hartley, of Carmichaels; two daughters: Mrs. Paul (Carol) Bain, of Monterrey, Calif.; and Mrs. Thomas (Sarah) Glover, of Pittsburgh; four grandchildren; two brothers: Howard W. Hartley, of Venetia; and Oscar F. Hartley, of Johnstown; and four sisters, Mrs. Leroy (Mary Jane) Titus, of Carmichaels; Mrs. Harry (Elizabeth) Keener, of Durham, N. H.; Mrs. W. Robert (Ann) Johnson, of Waynesburg; and Mrs. James F. (Laura) Eli, of Lorraine, Ohio.
Newspaper obituary, date and source unknown (Greene County, PA)
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