Dorothy Louise (Conway) Beilchick of Northern Cambria passed away on May 4, 2020 at her home. Born on August 18, 1931, in Pine Township, she was the daughter of Martin and Viola (Uncapher) Conway.
She was a member of the Heilwood Presbyterian Church. Dorothy was a homemaker and loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She was married to Steve Beilchick for 54 years until his passing in 2005. She enjoyed family get-togethers and playing bingo.
Surviving are her four children: Judy Myers and husband Chris, Clymer; Donna Rummel and husband Gary, Cherry Tree; Diana Smith and husband Lynndell, Northern Cambria; Stephen Beilchick and partner Janet Laney, Northern Cambria; seven grandchildren: Eric Myers and Chad Myers and fiancé Toni Harvey; Dennis Koscho and wife Jackie, Michael Koscho and wife Kelly Dalton, Rebecca Michaels and husband Jason; Stephanie Johnson and Lyle Smith and wife Tina, and 16 great grandchildren: Michelle, Savannah and Adley Myers; Makaylah, Brynn and Cora Koscho; Connor and Cassidy Dalton-Koscho; Taryn, Evelyn and Devyn Michaels; Clarence, Tyriq and LaShay Johnson; Benjamin and Nikolas Smith.
Also surviving are these sisters and brothers: Marie Mihoerck, Northern Cambria; John Conway, Mt. View, CA; Kenneth Conway, Lititz, PA; Henry Conway, Mineral Ridge, OH; Erma Asaro, Summerville, SC; and sisters-in-law Christine Anderson, Winter Haven, FL and Margaret Beilchick, Northern Cambria.
She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Mildred LaMantia and Rose Bianco and brother Arthur Conway.
The family would like to thank her caregivers Sherry Berry and Joan Rodgers for their love and compassion during this difficult time.
Arrangements are in the care of the McCabe~Roof Funeral Home, 565 Franklin St., Clymer. Due to current regulations the viewing and funeral service will be private with Pastor Kathy Mihoerck officiating. Internment will be in Oakland Cemetery, Indiana.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Heilwood Presbyterian Church or the Pine Township Fire Company.
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