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Harry McNickle

Died: November 12, 2010

Harry D. McNickle, 76, of Martins Ferry O.H., passed away Friday, November 12, 2010 at Liza’s Place, Valley Hospice South, Wheeling, WV.

 

He was a Baptist by faith.

 

Harry was a retired cook and a member of the Martins Ferry American Legion, Bridgeport and Bellaire Eagles. He was an avid competitive bowler in the tri-state area, a #1 Martins Ferry Football fan and attended every game for the past 30 yrs. Loved his Buckeyes and the Cleveland Browns.

 

He was born on March 14,1934 in Martins Ferry OH., the son of the late Harry McNickle Sr. and Myrtle Carpenter. In addition to his parents, Harry was preceded in death by, three sisters. Dolores Bryan, Evelyn Koller, Anna Mae Bredigan. Two brothers, Art McNickle, and twin, John”Jack” McNickle.

He is survived by two daughters; Christine(Mike) Palicka of Bridgeport OH.;Teresa (Bruce) Kirby  of Wheeling WV. One son, John McNickle of Fairmont WV. Three sisters, Vivian of Indiana, Margaret and  Rose Marie of Sandusky OH. One brother, Charles”Chuckie” Myers of California.

Grandchildren, Bruce, Charlie, David, Jonathan, Nicole, Jacob Kirby all of Wheeling.

Jordyn Palicka of Bridgeport OH. One Great-Granddaughter, Katrina Kirby of Wheeling and several nieces and nephews, especially, Stella & Kathleen Bryan, Teri Koller Porter.

 

A Memorial Service for Harry will be held at St Clairsville Lanes November 20,2010 from 4pm to 6pm.

Donations in memory of Harry can be made to Valley Hospice; “Liza’s Place” 308 Mt. St. Josephs Road Wheeling WV. 26003

 

The family would like to extend a special thanks to Medi-Home Health, Sandy, Jewel & John.

Arrangements entrusted to CARE Funeral & Cremation Service, 1500 Second Street, Moundsville WV.

 

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