N. W. Marley, 78, a resident of Holbrook for several years but who moved to McCammon, Idaho,
about three months ago, died there June 24, 1974, after a lingering illness.
Mr. Marley became quite well known in Waynesburg and other Greene County communities during his residence in this area for several years.
He was an active member and Sunday school teacher in the First Christian church of Waynesburg for many years. He was also active in the James Farrell Post No. 330 of the American Legion.
A mechanic by trade he was chief mechanic at the former Studebaker Garage here and had also been head mechanic in a Pittsburgh automobile agency.
He was born September 17, 1895 in McCammon, Idaho. He was the husband of Sarah Wood Marley, a native of Greene County and a member of two early Greene county Wood and Fordyce families. Mrs. Marley was a teacher in Greene county schools and was also an active church worker here before they moved to Idaho.
Mr. Marley was a Navay veteran of both World War I and World War II.
Funeral services, in charge of the Manning Funeral Home at Pocatello, Idaho, will be held there Saturday, June 29th.
Newspaper obituary, date and source unknown (Greene County, Pennsylvania)
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