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George A. & Ann Kirchner

January 29, 2019

George A. Kirchner and Ann Kirchner Monongahela, George and Ann were residing at the Residents at the Hilltop in Monongahela, PA. Ann took ill last Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Within a day, George decided he didn’t want to live without Ann and passed away also. George and Ann were born on the same date, March 20, 1932 and 1934 respectively, and died on the same day, January 29, 2019. George passed away five hours before Ann. We are thinking he was checking everything out for her, then she went. George was 86 years old and Ann was 84 years old. George was in the Army from 1953-1955. He was stationed in Germany. Earlier in his working career he worked in the coal mines, helped construct the Masontown-Carmichaels bridge and then started working at Duquesne Light in Elizabeth for 34 years. George was a lifelong hunter and fisherman. His son, Larry, will dearly miss their hunting trips. Ann was a devoted wife and mother. Our fondest memories of Ann were her bread-making, pie-making and overall baking. Ann was also a devoted Uniontown Mall shopper. We will dearly miss our shopping excursions with mom. Ann and George were truly devoted to each other throughout life and in death. They were lucky and were able to travel the world. George was preceeded in death by his parents, Ferdinand and Monica of Masontown. George has a surviving brother, John Kirchner and his wife Shirley of Perryopolis. Ann was preceeded in death by her parents, Ed and Iola of Masontown. Ann was the last of her siblings. George and Ann are survived by the following children, Christal Masney and husband Frank of Perryopolis, Brenda Miller and husband Jeff of Dawson, Larry Kirchner and wife Rhonda of Perryopolis, Joey White and husband Alan of Perryopolis. George and Ann are survived by the following grandchildren, Brian and Theresa Masney, Rachel and Craig Miller, Amanda and Jessica White, Angela and Fred Kirchner. George and Ann are survived by 4-1/2 greatgrandchildren, Brady, Olivia, Simon, Sam, and a new little one on the way. Visitation for George and Ann will be at the BLAIR LOWTHER FUNERAL HOME, Perryopolis, PA. They will be shown on Friday, February 1, from 2 to 8 p.m. Viewing will continue on Saturday, February 2, at the Perryopolis Methodist Church from 9 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., the hour of service, with Pastor Derek Platt officiating. George and Ann will be interred at the Greendale Mennonite Cemetery in Masontown. A Celebration of their Life luncheon will be at the Perryopolis Methodist Church after the service is over. Arrangements have been entrusted to the

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