John S. Folk

Born: Sun., Aug. 20, 1922
Died: Wed., Oct. 8, 2014


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Sun., Oct. 12, 2014
Location: Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home, Inc.


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Oct. 13, 2014
Location: Six Mile Run Church of God


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John S. Folk, 92, of Six Mile Run, Passed away on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at his home. Born in Manns Choice, PA on August 20, 1922, a son of the late Jenny D. (Pleacher) and Joseph H. Folk. On January 26, 1944 in Saxton he was united in marriage to Anna Rose (Smith) Folk which produced a 61 year marriage until her passing on October 1, 2005 He was a lifetime member of Six Mile Run Church of God where he was very active and dedicated to the Church. He most recently drove school bus for Snyder Busing. He had also worked at the CCC Camps, Owned a butcher shop, and worked in the mines in Jennerstown. Along with being the president of the Tussey Mt. School board for 16 years his intrestes included, spending time with his family, making maple syrup with his son Joe, and he loved to dance at the Black Diamond Cafe in Six Mile Run. He is survived by a daughter, Kimberly Morningstar and the following grandchildren, Betsy Noel Morningstar, Ryan Ray Morningstar, Julie A. Scritchfield, Jennifer M. Folk, Jeremy P. Folk, and great grandchildren, Devin Mikael Fedoruk, Dane Alexander Mohr, Mackenzie Paige Mohr, Sydney Ann Morningstar, Hannah Rose Folk, Zackary Folk, Emma Jane Scritchfield, and Jason Scritchfield. He was preceded in death by two sons, Terry S. Folk and John Joseph Folk, and a granddaughter, Terri Ann Morningstar. Friends will be received on Sunday from 2-4 PM at the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. Funeral Services wil be held on Monday October 13, 2014 at the Six Mile Run Church of God at 11 AM with Pastor Tim McIntyre officiating. Interment at Duvall Cemetery Six Mile Run, with full military honors. Arrangements are under the direction of the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. 5010 Railroad Ave. Broad Top City, PA. 16621. Online condolences can be made at www.caheathfh.com

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Dick and Barbara McConnell
   Posted Thu October 09, 2014
Still making new friends in his 80s and 90s, John will be sorely missed at the Black Diamond. His outstanding willingness to be part of the life of his community could be seen on the dance floor and hearing him sing the songs of his youth. We met John visiting his sister in a nursing home and learned of his genuine care and concern for his family and friends. It is a privilege to know John thought of us as his friends.

Tresha (Foor) Rosenberry
   Posted Thu October 09, 2014
He was a well loved man and will be greatly missed.

Sharon (Bollinger) Snyderburn
   Posted Fri October 10, 2014
We are very sorry to hear of the passing of John. It's been years since we last saw him and Anna while on a visit "back home" with my parents and my family. They were so friendly and made us feel right at home.

Anna was my grandfather's sister. My grandmother, Dortha had kept in touch through the years since my grandfather had passed at such an early age back in 1983. We had a couple of really nice visits with John and Anna, along with my husband and children. I recall some yummy homemade sauerkraut and a delicious pork dinner to go with it!

Not being from an area surrounded by hills, I recall telling John that he should clear out some of the trees off the back porch area so that he could see the mountain view. He looked at me like I was crazy, since he said he sees it everyday of his life.

Our condolences to the entire family. I'm sure he will be very missed.

Love,
Jeff & Sharon Snyderburn
Cleveland, Ohio


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