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James C. "J.C." Overholt

Born: Thu., Jan. 21, 1926
Died: Wed., Mar. 14, 2012

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James C. "J.C." Overholt, 86, of Jefferson Twp., passed away at 4:50 pm, Wednesday, March 14th, peacefully, at Allegheny General Hospital.

James was born in Freeport, PA on January 21, 1926, a son of the late Ida (Tilghman) and Bruce C. Overholt. J.C. lived in Freeport his entire life until moving to his apartment at Concordia 5 years ago. He served in the U.S. Army as a Sgt in the Korean War. After the war he came home and was the Plant Manager at Freeport Brick Co in Freeport, for 38 years until his retirment in 1991.

He was a faithful member of Freeport United Presbyterian Church Freeport for over 70 years. J.C. was a member of the F&AM # 239, Pittsburgh Consistory and the Syria Shrine in Pittsburgh. He was a past member of the Freeport Boro Council. He also served on the sewage and parking authority in Freeport. J.C. volunteered for many years as a driver for the Freeport Meals on Wheels.

J.C. is survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Elizabeth and Deane Lauffer, of Otto, NC.
He is preceded in death by his step mother, Pearl (Reed) Overholt. 2 brothers, Edward and George Overholt and his sister, Irene Overholt.

At the family's request there will be no visitation

A Memorial Service will be held at Concordia Haven 5 Chaple on Wed. March 21st at 11:00 am
Burial will be held at Freeport Cemetery.

Family request donations to Freeport United Presbyterian Church 411 Fifth St. Freeport, PA 16229.

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The Dick Striker family

We are so very sorry to hear of J.C.'s passing. My dad says he was a nice man. Worked with him for years at the brickyard. Our heartfelt sympathies.

Nellie Overholt

I was so sorry to hear of JC's passing. He was a very gentle, kind, generous man. I enjoyed knowing him as part of my late husband's family. He enriched our lives and our family history with the photos he shared that his father had taken. We especially enjoyed listening to him tell stories of his life and family. I will miss him.



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