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Frank Post Sr

October 7, 1943 February 2, 2014
Frank Post Sr
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Obituary for Frank Post Sr

Frank L. Post, Sr., 70, of Avella, Pa. died at 3:15 a.m. Sunday, February 2, 2014 in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, following complications from several strokes suffered over the past six months.He was born October 7, 1943 in Washington, Pa. a son of the late Clarke Sprowls Post, Sr. and Mary Griffith Dutton Post and had resided on his home farm in Blaine Twp. all his life.Mr. Post was a member of the Claysville United Presbyterian Church and was a 1961 graduate of McGuffey High School.He had a life-long passion about caring for and working his family farm (The Two Post Farm), which he co-owned with his son.Mr. Post was employed as a pipeline welder with Local 798, out of Tulsa, OK., where he began as a welder's helper, then broke out as a welder in 1972, retiring in 2008 and served with Local Union 798 for 50 years. Following retirement he was employed as a superintendent for Paris Construction on a pipeline crossing the family farm.He had served as a delegate to United Association of Pipefitters and Steamfitters conventions for several years and had served as a steward and foreman for several pipeline contractors across the U.S.On August 27, 1983 he married Cheryll Lynn McCullough who survives.Also surviving are a son, Frank L. Post, Jr., husband of Kaylea Post of Avella; two daughters, Tammi, wife of Darrin Iams of West Alexander and Tega, wife Josh George of Avella; three grandchildren, Kagin and Lexin Iams, and Cason George; two brothers, John, husband of Patricia Post of Avella and Clarke S. (Rob) Post, Jr., husband of Nancy Post of Warren, Ohio; two sisters, Betsy Miller of Mesa, AZ., and Mary Jo, wife of Mike Flory of Washington; several nieces and nephews. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the American Heart/Stroke Association.


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