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Schneider, 85, Hollidaysburg, died Sunday morning at her residence after a brief illness. Y., daughter of the late Joseph and Frances (Lubby) Cronin.

We seem to be living in a grab-all-you-can, ‘I deserve it all for free’ society.

She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Harold W.

Spahn in Winchester, Va., and he preceded her in death on May 8, 1996.

Staines Jr., 83, formerly of Hollidaysburg, passed away Sunday evening at the Hollidaysburg Veterans Home after an extended illness.

Surviving are his wife, Marlene (Dulay); a son, Richey (Lacy) of Ocala, Fla.; two grandchildren: Morgan and Braydon Leamer, both of Ocala, Fla.; a sister, Anna Mae Syme of North Huntingdon; and several nieces and nephews. Reilly Fagan January 1, 1928 – January 1, 2017 Lois W. Mc Coy, 89, York, formerly of Newry, passed away Thursday evening at her residence.

He was born in West Mifflin, son of the late Fred and Annie (Rath) Leamer.

Back in the dating world for several years now, after ending an 18-year marriage, it appears that this system of rewarding mediocrity may have been in place much longer than I realized.

It appears that no one wants to work for anything anymore and they all feel entitled to a reward for minimal or no effort.I also hear they have changed grading systems in some schools from point systems, like A’s & B’s or numerical scores to letters for satisfactory and unsatisfactory – as though a child will be traumatized if they are compared to the intellectual levels of other children.When my sisters and I were in (Catholic) grade school, we worked our butts off to be at the top of the class so we could receive a little plastic Jesus at the end of the year as a reward for our high grade point average.Kind of surprising, since they all have cell phones by the time they are in the fifth grade.Could it be that the cyber world of texting, email, and social media with all of its acronyms like LOL, OMG, LMAO, and TTYL is turning our society into communication retards? 27, 1931 – March 9, 2017 Carol (Bice) (Cruse) Pfahler, 85, went to be with her Lord on March 9, 2017 at her home surrounded by family.

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