Pauline Maurer

05/20/1932 - 01/22/2023


Obituary For Pauline Maurer

Pauline Maurer, 90, Carrolltown, passed away January 22, 2023 at Cambria Care Center, surrounded by her loving family. She was born May 20, 1932 in Carrolltown, the daughter of Paul R. and Winifred (Love) Kelly. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Richard “Dick” Maurer, siblings, Thomas, John, Richard, Jim, Paul, Mary Lehmier, Clotilda Cerra, Elizabeth Stevens and Barbara Barnes. She is survived by her loving children: Miriam “Mimi” F. Bradley, Hastings; Joseph F. (Paula) Maurer, Nicktown; Ann M. (Blane) Link, Patton; James A. Maurer, Nicktown; Teresa (Ron) Buterbaugh, Vinco; six grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; sister, Sister Jane Mary Kelly SC, Seton Hill, Greensburg and numerous nieces and nephews. She was graduate of John Carroll High School. Pauline was co-owner of Maurer TV Sales and Service, Carrolltown. She was a member of St. Benedict Catholic Church, Carrolltown. She enjoyed hiking, biking, RV camping, cross country skiing and traveling. At Pauline’s request, there will be no visitation. Funeral Mass will be held 10:00 am Saturday, at St. Benedict Catholic Church, Carrolltown, by Rev. Michael Gabler, OSB. Interment church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to St. Benedict Catholic Church, Carrolltown, John Carroll Ambulance Service or Carrolltown Fire Engine Company. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff of Cambria Care Center for the wonderful care of their mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Arrangements are under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home, Inc., Carrolltown. You may leave online condolences at or on our Stevens Family Funeral Homes Facebook page.

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  • 01/28/2023

    About 10 years ago the weekend after Thanksgiving was very warm. My son, sister, brother-in-law and I decided to pedal down the Ghost Town trail. As we headed west toward Blairsville we saw two bicyclists coming toward us. They were both wearing fishing hats and had baskets on their bikes. I think it was my sister who said "Hey those folks look like Dick and Pauline." Sure enough it was them. They were headed for a bench where they planned a stop to have a riposo (and I'll bet they said a rosary). I remember Dick didn't talk long...he said that if he stopped too long he would stiffen up! I remember that Pauline had the beverages in her basket! Dick and Pauline were dear souls who brightened whatever road they were on. I am so grateful to have known them. May they be resting in God's love and peace. My sincerest sympathy to all of you. Donna Eastbourn

  • 01/27/2023

    Dear Paula & Joe, our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family at this time of loss🙏

  • 01/24/2023

    With sincere sympathy on the loss of your mom. Even when you have your parents for a long time, it is still difficult to lose them. Donna Domalik Cunningham

  • 01/23/2023

    Sorry to hear about your mother's passing Mimi. May she rest in peace. Prayers for you and your family. Dave Risbon

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