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Earle H. Esworthy

September 25, 1928 - March 14, 2008
Visitation
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Sunday 3/16
Service
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Monday 3/17, 11:00 am
Hubbard Union Cemetery
210 Oakdale Ave SE
Hubbard, OH 44425

Earle H. Esworthy, 79, of Monaca, made his transition into eternal life on Friday afternoon, March 14, 2008 at Commonwealth Medical Center (formerly Aliquippa Community Hospital), Aliquippa. Born Sept. 25, 1928, in Rochester, he was a son of the late Walter E. and C. Helen (Trego) Esworthy and was graduate of Rochester High School, ClassContinue Reading

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Cindy and Tim left a message on March 30, 2008:
Thank you all for your wonderful thoughts and prayers. Please email me if you get a chance. I would love to hear from you all....Love Cindy My email....rckirby2000@gmail.com
HARR TREGO left a message on March 18, 2008:
TO THE ENTIRE ESWORTHY FAMILY; WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR CONDOLENCES TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR DAD,GRANDFATHER,UNCLE AND A WONDERFUL MAN. PLEASE KNOW THAT WE ARE THINKING OF YOU AND YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS. BE THANKFUL FOR THE TIME YOU HAD WITH HIM AND CELEBRATE HIS LIFE WITH MEMORIES YOU WILL HAVE FOREVER. TAKE CARE OF YOUSELVES AND EACH OTHER. PERHAPS THE NEXT TIME WE GET IN TOUCH IT WILL BE FOR A HAPPIER OCCASION. WITH LOVE; HARRY & CAROLYN TREGO
Reverend George S. and Sandy Dran left a message on March 18, 2008:
Dear Tim, LeighAnn and Family, Please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. You are in our prayers as you celebrate your father's life. As you already know it is hard to say goodbye but you have rich memories that will always be there for comfort. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers this week. Always remember that you are not alone. You are surrounded by many, many friends who know your loss and stand with you. We trust God with our lives and all who we love and Jesus tells us that it is enough. God bless you all. Love, George and Sandy
Jeff Starcher left a message on March 17, 2008:
Cindy and Tim, I'm so sorry for the loss of your Dad. He was a good man and men of his character can never be replaced. I wish you the best at this time of grieving. Sincerely, Jeff, Tonya and Adam, Samantha, Haley and Gabe Starcher
David left a message on March 17, 2008:
Dear Cindy and Tim, I think you know how I felt about Uncle Earle, he was so much bigger then life to me. The memories I have of him while growing up will remain with me until I see him again. I was amazed as a kid when he would come over to see us and he would always make his thumb disappear Of course it was not until I was much older that I was able to figure out what he was doing, but as a kid, I thought it was amazing. He came over when I was nine years old and took me on my first motorcycle ride and from the very moment I sat on the back of his motorcycle, I was hooked! When I finally was old enough to buy my first motorcycle, he would come over in the evenings and he and I would go for rides together, never having a destination in mind we would just go. I would follow him and he would take me on roads I never knew existed but I always made it back home to Buffalo Street. A few years ago when he rode his bike out here to Phoenix, and met my Cindy for the first time, she fell in love with him instantly and she passes on her deepest sympathies to both of you. I know this is a difficult time for both of you, but Uncle Earle is visiting with all the people he loved so much now and when our time comes we will be able to visit with all of them and him also. My love to all of you and my thoughts and prayers are with you. I love you all. To Uncle Earle, You were my Uncle, at times my confidant but most you were my friend. You gave me my love for motorcycles when I was nine years old and when I got my first one you taught me how to be safe and responsible when riding. You were the best Uncle anyone could have asked for and I am going to miss you always. Love your nephew, David
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Beth Anne left a message on March 17, 2008:
Dear Cindy, Tim, and families - how I wish I could be there to say my final good-byes but that is not possible at this time. Uncle Earle was the BEST uncle and I loved him so much. I have too many memories to even start here but my favorite is the puzzle pieces that always came up missing only to have him bring them over later to "finish the puzzle"! He asked me many times to come and live with you all - Tim, I think he was going to bump you out of your room because I told him I would only do it if I could have a blue room! How I loved him! I will miss him and his "accidental" phone calls! Hugs and prayers to everyone! Love, Beth Anne
HARRY TREGO left a message on March 16, 2008:
THIS MESSAGE IS FOR ALL OF EARL'S FAMILY. WE DO NOT SEE EACH OTHER ENOUGH AS TIME ROLLS ON, BUT WE SHOULD NEVER FORGET THAT WE ARE HERE, AND OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH EACH OF YOU IN THIS TIME OF LOSS AS WE JUST HAD THIS SAME TYPE OF LOSS WHEN SKIP PASSED ON IN JANUARY. WE'RE THINKING OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY AND PLEASE KNOW THAT WE ARE WITH YOU IN OUR HEARTS. LOVE, HARRY & CAROLYN TREGO
Jeff Bullian left a message on March 15, 2008:
I wish I would have been able to tell you sooner, but somehow I think you know. You made me the man I am today and I learned a lot about life from you. You were always there for me and I'll never forget that. I hope that Gram is taking it easy on you up there. I love and miss you Pap! Your Grandson, Jeff
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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