Pearl Josephine Farley (Irvin)

4 May 1920-6 June 1978

From the Lock Haven Express, Lock Haven (Clinton Co.) PA

   Williamsport-Pearl J. Irvin, 58, of 116 Prospect St., Lock Haven, died at 10 p.m. Tuesday in the Williamsport Hospital where she was admitted from the Lock Haven Hospital. Mrs. Irvin had suffered a stroke.

   She was born in Beckley, W.Va., on May 4, 1920, a daughter of the late Josiah and Charity Cukler Farley.

   Mrs. Irvin was employed a the Lock Haven Hospital for 15 years, retiring in 1971 due to ill health.

   She was a member of the American Legion Auxillary. She was preceded in death by two husbands, Wiley Weaver, who died in 1946, and James Hess, who died in 1963. Her husband, Raymond E. Irvin, survives.

   Surviving, in addition to her husband, are two sons, Clinton Weaver, serving with the U.S. Air Force in Scheretz, Texas, and Harvey Hess of Lock Haven; three daughters, Mrs. Clair (Marie) McKivison, Beech Creek; Nancy Klobe, Lock Haven; and Mrs. Harry (Phyllis) Watkins, Lock Haven; three step-sons, William E. Irvin, Avis; Raymond E. Irvin, Jr., Jersey Shore; and David Irvin, Mill Hall; three step-daughters, Linda Hamilton, Jersey Shore; Sharon Kirk, Sunbury; and Tereasa Miller, Beech Creek; 12 grandchildren, two brothers, Denvil Farley, Sundial, W.Va., and David Farley, Galena, Ohio; and three sisters, Dora Campbell, Sullivan, W.Va.; Lena Fristoe, Northeast, Md., and Gladys Wyatt, Elkton, Md.

   (Interment in Rest Haven Memorial Park.)