Mildred LaRue (Trutt) Bollinger

Born: Fri., Aug. 11, 1916
Died: Thu., Nov. 24, 2011


Visitation

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Sat., Nov. 26, 2011
Location: Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home, Inc.


Funeral Service

7:00 PM Sat., Nov. 26, 2011
Location: Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home, Inc.


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Mildred LaRue (Trutt) Bollinger, 95, of Shoup St. Saxton, passed away Thursday, November 24, 2011 at her home.
Mildred was born in Middletown, PA on August 11, 1916, a daughter of the late Carrie (Hart) and Lewis Trutt.
Mrs. Bollinger attended school in Little Valley, RD Saxton, PA
Mrs. Bollinger was the Widow of Jacob Bollinger, They were married on July 16, 1934, He preceded her in death on July 24, 1987.
She was primarily a Homemaker
She was a member of the Saxton Sportsman Assn. and the Captain Phillips VFW in Saxton. She enjoyed dancing and reading.
Mildred is survived by
five daughters, Arlene Buseck, Helen Rightenour, Dolly Mosbey, Loretta Garlock, and Vivian Collare, and three sons Jake, Clark, and Roger Bollinger
Mildred is survived by 28 grandchildren, 59 great-grandchildren, and 36 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons, Robert and Ellis Bollinger.
Friends are invited to call on Saturday, November 26 from 4-7 PM. At the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. in Broad Top City.
Funeral Services will be held at the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc., Broad Top, PA, at 7 PM on Saturday, November 26th, with Pastor Patty Wise officiating.
Interment will be at Dudley Methodist Cemetery Dudley, PA.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. P.O. Box 214 Broad Top City, PA 16621 to assist the family with final expenses.
Online condolences can be made at www.caheathfh.com

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Tracy Franklin
   Posted Sun December 11, 2011
Gram Bollinger was the "Best Grandmother".I really enjoyed all of our visits and she treated me and my grandson like her own.Thinking of you!

Sharon Snyderburn
   Posted Wed December 14, 2011
Even though we don't have a chance to visit very often from Cleveland, I so enjoyed writing letters back and forth with grandma B. She was always so full of energy with her cleaning and everything. She was one fiesty girl and I loved her spirit and how she loved to have a good time! She had such a big family and loved every single one of them! My dad has been gone over 12 years now, and now she is with him, and uncle Ellis, and grandpa, and all the rest of the family she has been missing so much. I have some great memories from visits "back home" ever since I was a small child. My dad loved driving back to PA to visit. He loved visiting all the relatives....it was his favorite thing to do. I miss him, and I sure will miss grandma too. She was a wonderful and hard-working person. God bless her always!! I will never forget her love of the good spring water...how she hated city water! I loved her rolled down stockings....How she loved driving around in her car...going dancing...her homemade bread (back in the day).

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