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Marlin W. "Pappy" Breninghouse

Born: Fri., Sep. 10, 1915
Died: Tue., Jun. 18, 2013

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Marlin W. "Pappy" Breninghouse, 97, of Brackenridge, PA, passed away onTuesday, June 18th, peacefully, at Alle-Kiski Medical Center in Natrona Heights. PAppy was born in Canal Fulton, OH on September 10, 1915. He was the son of the late Mable W. (Price) and Daniel A. Breninghouse. He was the widower of Lillian (Stevick) Breninghouse. Marlin served as a Pfc. in the US Army during WW II. He was a member of Company B of the 308th Engineer Battalion and was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received while in the European Theater. After the war he worked for many years as a operations manager for Bailies Truck Stop in New Castle, PA Pappy was a member of South Buffalo Twp VFD for over 30 years and was the chief of the fire police. He was a member of the Harison Hills VFW, the D.A.V. in Vandergrift, Butler Co. Fire Police and a life member of the Pennsylvainia Fire Police Assoc. Pappy had also been an Armstrong Co. Constibule for many years. He is survived by his brother, Lewis N. Breninghouse, of Natrona. At Marlin's request a private viewing was held for the family and the he will be buried by his wife in Mt. Airy Cemetery in Natrona Heights. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Veterans of Foreign Wars 894 Veterans Drive Natrona Heights, PA 15065 or Disabled American Veterans PO Box 14301 Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301 Attn: GIFT PROCESSING

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Richard Stevick

Uncle Marline was a wonderful uncle to us Stevick kids growing up and was a caring husband to Aunt Lil. Although he lost part of his leg in W.W. II, I never heard him complain. Uncle Marlin was a salt of the earth man, and I believe he has received a gracious entry into heaven by our loving Lord. Richard Stevick



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