Month: November 2022

Timothy George Brown

Timothy George Brown Sr. (60), born April 9, 1962 of Beaver Falls Pennsylvania went home to be with the Lord November 27, 2022..

Tim was a kind and gentle man, he was known for his generous loving spirit. He loved his Wife and family; spending most of his time with them, but most
of all just being a grandfather. Tim will truly be missed by all who knew him. Tim was Baptist at Tabernacle Baptist Church Beaver Falls PA by the late Pastor Calvin
Brown; Years later he became a member of Second Baptist Church Rochester PA under Pastor Butch Cottom. Tim will truly be missed by all who knew him.

He is preceded in death by his Parents: George Brown and Lillian Brown, Grandchildren: Jamal, Isaac, Quincy and Donovin Brown. Sisters: Henrietta
Gibbs, Billy Gibbs, Marcella Gibbs, Veronica Jeannine Brown. Brothers: Thomas Gibbs, and Bruce Gibbs.

He is survived by his Loving Devoted wife of 37 years plus Annette Brown. Children: Timothy (Debra) Brown Jr., Daniel (Marcy) Brown, Zacchaeus Brown,
Isaiah (Elizabeth) Brown, Laraya (David) Porcher. 18 Grandchildren. Sister: Carol Padgett, Brothers: Zachary Gibbs, James Franklin (Valerie) Brown. A host of
Nieces and Nephews and other relatives.

Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, December 1 2022 at 2pm Bethel AME Church 33 N Spring Avenue, Greensburg, PA 15601. Service entrusted to
Washington Funeral Home Cremations, LLC 1411 6th Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA.

Theodore F. Gibson

Theodore F. Gibson of Beaver Falls, PA passed away on November 22, 2022 in the Sunny View Nursing Center, Butler, PA at the age of 86.

Thee was the son of the late Walter and Georgia (Crawford) Gibson. He was born on October 23, 1936. The youngest and last survivor of 8 brothers. He grew up in New Brighton, and Beaver Falls where he made many close friendships.

He was employed at Westinghouse Electric Corporation (Cutler Hammer) for 35 years. He retired in 1991 at the age of 55 to care for his aging mother. He was a member of Waymen Chapel AME Church in New Brighton.

He loved nice cars – always maintaining and making sure his cars were in tip top condition and spotlessly clean. He was always passing along the importance of caring for and taking care of your car to family and friends. He was a Pittsburgh Steelers fan and loved watching the Young and The Restless!! His daily plans started “when the Young and the Restless goes off”. He was big on family and always available and willing to lend a helping hand anyway he could. He was always in contact with his nieces and nephews, here and far away. Having no children of his own, his nieces and nephews were his children too.

In his later years, you could find him sitting at Foodland in New Brighton chatting up with his friends, relatives and strangers passing by.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his 8 brothers: Harold, Daniel Gale, Loyal Jerome, Paul, Donald, Kenneth, William, and James Gibson. His nephews Marcus (Markie), Loyal Jerome, II (Butch), Ronald Gibson and Ronald Crawley.

He leaves to cherish his memory (numerous) nieces, nephews and great, and great-great nieces and nephews. Also, special friends, Reverend and Mrs. Samuel Chambers, Charles Wallace, Tommy Monts, William Odum, Billy and Hattie Walker and cousins Mickey and Dee Dee Crawford.

Services entrusted to Washington Funeral Home & Cremations 1411 6th Ave. Beaver Falls, PA. Viewing: Thursday, December 1,2022, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Homegoing Service: Friday, December 2, 2022 11:00 am. Regina Washington, Supervisor.

Denise N. Simon

Denise N. Simon, loving mother, and grandmother passed unexpectantly away on November 10, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio. Denise was born on the military installation Camp Hanford, Washington, on September 27, 1955.

Denise’s father was in the military, so her early childhood was spent traveling the US and US territories. The family settled in El Paso, Texas, where she attended and graduated from Burges High School in 1974. She attended the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and received a bachelor’s degree in Business Finance. She worked alongside her father as an insurance broker at Simon and Associates. She went on later in life to finish her Ph.D. in Early Child Hood Education. She was also an active member of the First Baptist Church of Grove City. Denise loved the Lord and studied the bible and became a Sunday school teacher, and helped with prayer groups for many years. Denise had many interests – baking, astrology, and higher education. She would empower anyone with knowledge who would listen. Those who knew her would fondly address her as “Professor.” Whether you were a family member or acquaintance, Denise would move mountains to help you as best as possible, no matter the need. Her love for another was heartfelt, and you could feel it when you stepped into her ora. Her smile was contagious, and her laugh magnetic.
Denise will be loved and celebrated for being a dedicated mother, grandmother, and loving friend.

Denise joins her father, Matthew H. Simon, and her sister, Gayle M. Simon, in heaven.
She is survived by her two daughters, Cari M. Washington and Cimone M. Washington; her granddaughters Leila Rae M.S. Kubli and Savannah Lynn S. Kubli; her mother Doris M. Simon;
her brother Matthew D. Simon; her sister Doris (Beth) E. Simon.
Denise’s life will be celebrated with family and friends; her light has not been dimmed by death, but shines even brighter in a better place.

A Memorial service is scheduled at Washington Funeral Home on Saturday, November 19, 2022, from 11:00am – 12:00 pm followed by a Home Going Service. Arrangements are entrusted to Washington Funeral Home & Cremations, LLC 1411 6th Avenue Beaver Falls, PA. Regina Washington Supervisor.

James Michael Swoger

James Michael Swoger died at Forbes Hospital in Monroeville on Oct 28 2022. He was born in Pittsburgh on Feb 10 1949 to James Wesley Swoger and Willie Williams Swoger. Survived by sister Andrina Swoger Todus and niece Stephanie Vera Bass. He was preceded in death by his sister Melinda Simon. James retired from Giant Eagle as a stock clerk. He had previously worked for AB Smith and Levco. He was an avid model train collector and loved to collect movies and tv shows. He will be missed by all his friends and relatives. Thanks for all the condolences from his neighbors and friends. Service entrusted to Washington Funeral Home & Cremations, 1411 6th Avenue, Beaver Falls, PA

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