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Thomas Wesley "Wes" Cyphert

Born: Wed., Nov. 12, 1941
Died: Thu., May 17, 2012

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Thomas W. "Wes" Cyphert, 70, of Buffalo Twp., went home to be with his Lord on Thursday, May 17th, 2012, in Good Samaritan Hospice, Cabot, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He died as he had lived, quietly and with dignity, surrounded by his family. Wes was born on November 12, 1941, in Saltsburg, the son of the late Allan H. and Ruth P. (Hamler) Cyphert. He graduated from Saltsburg High School in 1959, and was a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War where he served with the First Army Division. On his return from Vietnam, he served a four year apprenticeship with Oberg Manufacturing Company and earned his journeyman's papers as a surface grinder. Wes owned and operated Center Line Tool, Inc. from 1984 until his retirement in 2002, then remained as a consultant to the business until his death. He was a member of Cabot United Methodist Church where he served as a Trustee, was a member of the Adults For Christ Sunday School Class, Men of Integrity, the Discipleship Bible Studies and was an active member of the former Tres Dias of Pittsburgh. Wes's greatest joy was his relationship with the Lord, and with his sons, daughters-in-law, and his grandchildren who lovingly called him "Pop". Besides his parents, Wes was preceded in death by his brother and sister-in-law, Wilmer R. and Betty Cyphert, and his sister-in-law, Janie Simon Cyphert. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Carol (Coffman) Cyphert of Buffalo Twp., his sons Sean T. (Jodi Kilgore) Cyphert, of Slate Lick; Craig A. (Diane Sarno) Cyphert, of Buffalo Twp., and Todd M. (Loretta Griffith) Cyphert, also of Buffalo Twp.; his grandchildren, Clayton Allen, Dean Michael, Noah Thomas, Nicholas Wesley, Victoria Paige, and Haleigh Donne. He is also survived by his adopted son from Ireland, Gerard John (Laureen Geniusz) Kehoe and their son, Conor, of Cleveland, OH; brothers Alan H. (Jan), of Oregon, David E. (Joy), and Jaxon L. (Bertha) of Ohio, Donald L. (Carol) of New Mexico; cousins Robert (Carol) Hund of Erie, Norma Sokolowski, of California, and his brother and sister-in-law Paul (Pat Coffman) Feder, of Texas. Also surviving are numerous nieces and nephews.


Family and friends will be received on Saturday, May 19th, from 6-8 p.m., and Sunday, May 20th, from 12-2 and 5-7 p.m. in the Redmond Funeral Home, Inc. 524 High St. Freeport. Funeral services will be held in the Cabot United Methodist Church, Winfield Rd, Cabot, at 11:00 am on Monday, May 21st, with Pastor Matt Judd officiating. Burial will be held in the Sarverville Cemetery Sarver,


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cabot UMC Building Fund 707 Winfield Rd Cabot, Pa 16023 or to
Good Samaritan Hospice 134 Marwood Rd Cabot Pa 16023

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Reed and Sheryl

Dear Aunt Carol and family We know how much you will miss Wes, Dad, Pops, and we will too but we will have many fond memories and stories to recall. His spirit is free and and and body free of pain. God bless. Love Reed and Sheryl

Debbie Wiley

Carol and family,

I was so sorry to hear about Wes. As you helped teach me, you will see him again someday. Please know my prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.


Doc and Betty

Our thoughts and prayer are with the family at this difficult time. Deepest Sympathy.

Darla (Hewitt) Depew

Carol and family, I am so sorry for your loss, Wes was a great guy and will be sorely missed. Prayers to all of you.

Phyllis and Ed Petras

Our deepest sympathy to your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.May God comfort you at this very difficult time.

Ray Nagy

Sean and Family: So sorry to hear of your loss.Wes was truly a quiet and great gentleman. I always enjoyed doing business with your Dad and your company.

Ray Nagy Boldt Machinery and Machine Tool Sales (retired)


Sally Johnston

To the Cyphert Family,



You have my deepest sympathy. I will keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers.



Sally Johnston


Judy Ratajczak

Carol-I was so sorry to hear of Wes's passing. Prayers and hugs to you and your family.

Ron Stephens

I offer my deepest sympathy to the Cyphert family. I met Wes through the Center Line website and admired him for his forsight, friendliness, intelligence, and the mentoring to his sons. He always had a smile when he greeted you. He will be deeply missed.

Kelly Woitas Campman

Dear Carol, Sean and Jodi, Carig and Diane, Todd and Loretta, and families,



I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Wes. I have nothing but wonderful memories going back over 30 years of him. His constant smile, warm heart, and gentle manner are only some of the qualities that made being in his c ompany a true joy. I can't help but smile remembering him in his recliner at the house on Primrose, wanting all of us teenagers to be as enamored by the animal planet as he was!

He will truly be rememered as a man of love and grace. My prayers are with you all in this time of grieving.

Much love.

Kelly




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