Janet Trautvetter

South Beaver Twp. – Janet M. Trautvetter, 69, and her husband, Ray S. Trautvetter, 74, both of South Beaver Twp., shared a loving and close relationship. Together they passed on from this life, on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 to be together in eternity.

Janet was born on September 14, 1944 in Darlington, she a daughter of the late Leomond “Jack” and Esther (LeFever) Black. She was an Eat N Park waitress for 25 years, beginning in Leetsdale, then Beaver Falls and currently in Center Twp. She was a caring person, who liked everyone. She cherished spending time with her family.

She is survived by her mother-in-law, Elverta (Kaercher) Trautvetter, Beaver Falls; three children and their spouses, JR (Jody) and Teresa Trautvetter, Pasco, WA, Kerri and Kenny Brown, East Palestine, OH and Tammy and Tim Davis, Darlington; seven grandchildren, Chelsea Graber, and her husband Howard, Craig Brown and Jennifer Burgess, Curtis Brown, Christopher Brown and Sarah McFarland, Brooke Davis and Seth Spencer, twins Taylor and Timmy Davis; a great granddaughter, Audrey Brown and her brother Austin Burgess; a brother, Leomond “Bud” Black, Darlington; four sisters and brothers-in-law, Hazel and John LaRitz, Ellwood City, Shirley Moore, Beaver Falls, Flora and Daryl Trautvetter, Roger, OH and Linda Black, AZ and a special sister-in-law, Joyce Black, CO.

She was preceded in death by three brothers, Howard, Jim and Dave Black and two sisters, Betty Black and Elsie Black, who passed away at a young age.

A private graveside service for family will be held Friday at 10:00 a.m. in Grandview Cemetery, Big Beaver Boro. A memorial service will be held Saturday at 11:00 a.m. in Pathway Church, 239 Braun Road, Beaver Falls. Friend will be received an hour prior.

Flowers are welcome or memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Western Region, 320 Bilmar Drive, Pittsburgh, PA, 15205-4620, In memory of Janet Trautvetter.

Hill and Kunselman Funeral Home, www.hillandkunselman.com , 3801 Fourth Avenue, College Hill, Beaver Falls, was in charge of all arrangements.