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Jack W. Plunk

Died: Wed., Jan. 16, 2013


11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Sat., Jan. 19, 2013
Location: Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel

Funeral Service

1:00 PM Sat., Jan. 19, 2013
Location: Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel

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Plunk, Jack W., 92, of East Taylor Township, went to be with the Lord on January 16, 2013 at Memorial Medical Center. Born on September 7, 1920 in Johnstown. Son of Thomas and Mildred (Yeager) Plunk. Preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Dorothy E. (Reighard) Plunk. He is survived by his loving daughter, Linda C. Plunk, East Taylor Township; sister, Dorothy Irene Clawson, Indianapolis, IN, and a nephew, Scott (Chris) Clawson, Indianapolis, IN. Jack was a graduate of Franklin High School and later graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with an Accounting Degree. Jack was a US Army Veteran serving during WW II. He retired from Bethlehem Steel. He was a member of the Conemaugh Grace Brethren Church. Jack enjoyed reading, but especially loved cutting grass and spending time with his family. Friends will be received from 11 A.M. until time of service at 1 P.M. on Saturday at the Baker-Harris Funeral Chapel, Conemaugh, with the Rev. Richard Horner officiating. Private interment will be at Headrick Union Cemetery. The family suggests contributions be directed to the Conemaugh Grace Brethren Church, 115 Oak Street, Conemaugh, PA 15909 in memory of Jack. On line condolences may be posted to www.wharrisfuneralhome.com.

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Diana and Bobby Packech
   Posted Thu January 17, 2013
Dear Ms. Plunk,
Diana and I wish to express our deepest sympathies. Your father was always so nice to me when i was just a youngster. Some of my best childhood memories were playing whiffle ball in the field by his house. I had to smile when i read that Mr. Plunk liked cutting grass. I always remember him cutting grass as a child--and he had a lot to cut! I also remember him after Sunday school saying HI BOBBY and shaking my hand. He really made me feel special and he always had a big smile.
Thinking of you and your family,
Diana and Bobby Packech

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