Richard H. Newton's Condolences

I have many great memories of my grandfather over the past 34 years. We always enjoyed going for rides, whether it was in the forests of McKean County, or Amish farmlands. We worked on many projects together over the years. It felt like a real honor when he let me operate his Simplicity snowblower all by myself! He always did his best with providing me all of the latest weather observations from West Washington Street - like how much snow fell, and how cold it got. I certainly will never forget his famous buckwheat pancakes! Going to Bradford will never be the same. Rest In Peace Pop.
— Lucas Repa

Greg, please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss.
— Ken and Peg Miller

God bless your families. Dick and Warner and the whole gang must be having a huge celebration in Heaven. So sorry for your loss. Sure loved your Dad and Mom. Even remember visiting your Grandpa Newton with my Grandpa. He will be missed.
— Julie Krantz Hochuli

I feel very fortunate to have known “Poppa Dick,” both in person and through stories from Lucas. We’ve shared many laughs and smiles talking about Poppa Dick’s personality and fiery spirit. Condolences and love to the family.
— Job Leach

Thoughts and prayers go out to the Newton Family during this difficult time. He is back with his Annabelle and Julie God bless you.

Jan and family, My prayers are with you all during this sad time. We Spragues had so much fun at your parents home. They were wonderful friends to my parents! May you and Greg find great peace in your memories. Blessings and prayers to you all! Laurie Sprague Marcello
— Laurie Marcello

Greg and Janice, We are saddened to hear of Richards passing. Ive always had good memories whenever we crossed paths. I vividly remember when I was young hunting with him and my dad chasing the big buck in places like Marilla ,Porter and Bucklick. Thanks for the education Uncle Dick... Dick and Annabelle are again reunited...Miss them both.
— Thomas Keesler

Dear Greg and Family, So sorry to hear of your Dad''s passing. Lots of memories when we were growing up especially making ice cream with the old crank ice cream maker. He had a long life, loving family and many friends. May God bless you all with a sense of peace knowing he is again with your Mom and Julie, smiling down on all of you.
— Sharon Schweinberg

Greg and Janice. Sorry to see your dad died. He was dads best friend back in the day. Always enjoyed my visits with him. Prayers with you all. Barb Peabody Snively.
— Barb Snively