Funeral Homes in Mentcle, PA


Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Mentcle.

Zip codes in the city: 15761.

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Waldron Funeral Home

Waldron Funeral Home formerly the T.G. McCracken Funeral Home of Mahaffey was rebuilt and reopened in October 2003 under the ownership of Lisa Waldron. The new facility offers the community a spacious viewing area, lounge and carport.

Frank Duca Funeral Home

In 1946, Frank A. Duca, Sr. and Jack S. Cammarata formed a partnership known as the Cammarata & Duca Funeral Home. They were both born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, a small town of immigrant steel workers and trained craftsmen and strong ethnic...

Sorge Funeral Home

The Sorge Funeral Home, built in 2001, located in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, features English Cottage Influence with a modern, elegant interior design. Historic Hollidaysburg, also known as the County seat of Blair, is a quaint community...

Kevin A Beardsley Funeral Home

Kevin has owned and operated the Kevin A. Beardsley Funeral Home, Inc. since July of 1991 and has been a licensed funeral director since 1985. He is a graduate of North East High School, North East, PA, Northampton County Area Community College,...

Nearby Funeral Homes for Mentcle

Anthony P Scaglione Funeral Home
1908 7th Ave
Altoona, PA 16602
Charles O Dimond Funeral Home
621 Maple St
South Fork, PA 15956
Chester C Chidboy Funeral Home
300 State St
Curwensville, PA 16833
Daniel R Myers Funeral Home
501 6th Ave
Altoona, PA 16602
Dennis C Beck Funeral Home
532 Main St
Portage, PA 15946
E Merrill Smith Funeral Home
2309 Broad Ave
Altoona, PA 16601
Easly Funeral Home
Beaver St
Hastings, PA 16646
Frank Duca Funeral Home
1622 Menoher Blvd
Johnstown, PA 15905
Good Funeral Home Incorporated
Rr 2 Box 708
Altoona, PA 16601
Good's Funeral Parlor
328 5th Ave
Altoona, PA 16602
Good's Funeral Parlor
517 Cambria St
Bellwood, PA 16617
Henderson Funeral Home E Hill
2503 Bedford St
Johnstown, PA 15904
Henderson Funeral Homes
215 Central Ave
Johnstown, PA 15902
Henderson Makuchan-Ketterer
434 1st St
Conemaugh, PA 15909
Homer J George Funeral Home
1131 Forest Hills Dr
Salix, PA 15952
Jon C Russin Funeral Home
618 Martin St
Bellwood, PA 16617
Jones Funeral Home
1222 13th Ave
Altoona, PA 16601
Kevin A Beardsley Funeral Home
815 State St
Curwensville, PA 16833
Kruise Funeral Homes Incorporated
250 Union St
Ramey, PA 16671
Leslie E Axe Funeral Home
1520 4th St
Altoona, PA 16601
Liebegott Brown Funeral Home
1218 4th Ave
Duncansville, PA 16635
Lloyd-Dimmick Funeral Home Incorporated
91 Rose St
Irvona, PA 16656
Mauk & Yates Funeral Home Incorporated
719 N 4th Ave
Altoona, PA 16601
Plank Stitt & Stevens Funeral
421 N Montgomery St
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
Santella Funeral Home
1106 8th Ave
Altoona, PA 16602
Sorge Funeral Home
422 N Juniata St
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
Stanley J Krish Funeral Home
1204 17th St
Altoona, PA 16601
Stevens Mortuary Incorporated
1421 8th Ave
Altoona, PA 16602
Waldron Funeral Home
1 Market St
Mahaffey, PA 15757
William G Bigelow II Funeral
1701 6th Ave
Altoona, PA 16602
William T Hindman Funeral Home
146 Chandler Ave
Johnstown, PA 15906

Facts about the city

Mentcle is an unincorporated community and coal town in Indiana County, Pennsylvania, United States. Its post office closed in 2005.Mentcle Mine and the coal company patch town of Mentcle was apparently established in the early 1920s by Bethlehem Steel Corporation, which operated the captive Mentcle Mine here. During the World War II, the mine and works were leased to the Redlands Coal Company, a commercial operator. Bethlehem Steel resumed operations soon after the war, and operated the Mentcle Mine on an intermittent basis. The Pine Township Company evidently leased the Mentcle Mines at a later date, but operations were shut down permanently about ca.1960. At leasr thurty-five company owned houses were constructed in the initial years of the mine operations.The town of Mentcle, Pine Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania consists of approximately thirty frame coal company built houses arranged on either side of highway PA Rt. 553 and a short loop street to the north. The houses and town was built by the Bethlehem Steel Company to houses its miners from the Mentcle Mine. The arrangement is interesting; single family houses are located on the south side of the highway, and double family houses are located across the road, on the north side, facing the single family houses. The handful of houses on the north side loop street may have been managers' housing. All the houses are now privately owned.The single family houses are two stories in height, and of balloon-frame construction. The front-gable houses are built on concrete block foundations and are topped with shingle roofs with brick chimneys near the center of the ridge. Shed porches extend across the front. The double family houses have the long axis facing the street. Doors are located to the sides, and again, a central chimney, serving both units, is located at the center of the gable shingle roof.The Mentcle Mine complex was located to the north and east of the town, across Yellow Creek, along the former Cambria & Indiana Railroad. The tracks of the railroad were being dismantled ca.1993 and salvaged. Three mine buildings survived ca.1993, the miners wash house, a small boiler house, and an airshaft / fanhouse building.The miners wash house is a common-bond brick building, approximately 50 feet x 30 feet, with a lower extension to the west. The building rests on a concrete slab foundation and is topped by a side-gable roof with three round metal roof ventilators.A smaller boiler house is located just east of the miners wash house and connected to the wash house by cast-iron steam pipes; this gable-roof structure has a relatively tall brick chimney at the west end.Some fifty yards to the west of the main buildings is a mine airshaft. This brick and iron building has a shed roof and ca.1993 contained an intact 16 feet diameter metal fan and housing, the fan was used to force air into the workings of the mine. The fan houses was connected to the mine by an airshaft.

Mentcle Obituaries

It was written by Johnstown Tribune-Democrat on August 27th, 2016 that Frank Presto died in Mentcle, Pennsylvania.  Presto was 88 years old.  Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Frank's life.

It was written on November 15th, 2011 that Mercedes Jean Dossi (Gamberoni) died in Cary, North Carolina.  Ms. Dossi was 86 years old and was born in Mentcle, PA.  Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Mercedes Jean's life.



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