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Front L to R: Doug Krocker, Jim Krocker Rear L to R: Sue Kenndy, Mike Kennedy This was taken in the Krocker’s back yard.
WILSON (BILL) O. KENNEDY, 67, of Goshen died on August 20, 1998 in his residence. He was the son of the late John O. and Mary E. Wilson Kennedy, of Goshen. He was retired from his work of many years in the retail paint business. Bill was an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict and graduated from … Continue reading
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Sue Rolli Kirtley resided in Goshen from 1959 to 1976. She lived with her parents Marge and Neil and brothers Kevin and Allan. Neil passed away in January of 1987 and Kevin in December of 2004. They had all resided along old Rt. 4 which is currently State Route 416 across from Rolli’s Tavern which was owned and operated … Continue reading
Wilson “Bill” and Betty Kennedy moved into their house along State Route 416, in 1955. The house was moved around 1970 from the current Goshen Valley Rd. when the new 416 was built. Bill and Betty had two children, Mike and Sue. Mike and Sue’s grandparents were Jack and Mary Kennedy, who lived in Goshen … Continue reading
The Universal Sewer Pipe Corporation Plant #2 began its operations about 1920 and was located at the present site of the Skeeter Hollow Farm (owned by Mike and Dawn Smitley), which was formerly Cookson Industrial Site. The plant, which had 14 kilns, specialized in making vitrified clay pipe, flue lining and stove pipe in various … Continue reading
John R. “Huck” and Ellen Wilson opened Wilson’s Service at Goshen, in 1946. They not only pumped gasoline but sold groceries and snack items. Ellen took care of the store while Huck worked at the Goshen Sewer Pipe. In 1970, St. Rt. 416 was re-routed and the house was moved down the road and a … Continue reading
Wilson “Bill” and Betty Kennedy moved into their house along State Route 416 in 1955. The house was moved around 1970 from the current Goshen Valley Rd. when the new 416 was built. Bill and Betty had two children, Mike and Sue. Mike currently resides in Clearwater, Florida and Sue, in Dover. Bill’s parents were … Continue reading