Edna V. Stacey Bogard Riley

June 19, 2013

Edna V. Stacy Bogard Riley

Loved reading, oil painting

Edna V. Stacy Bogard Riley, 87, of Cecil, died Wednesday, June 19, 2013, after a short illness.

She was born August 14, 1925, in Fairywood, Allegheny County, a daughter of the late Wilmer G. and Helen Virginia Cunningham Stacy.

Surviving are three children, Carol V. (Dennis) Monaghan of Cecil, George A. Bogard Jr. of Bridgeville and Norman H. (Elise) Bogard of Wintersville, Ohio; two loved stepchildren, David (Richelle) Riley of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Patricia (Larry) O’Malley of Piperton, Tenn.; nine grandchildren, Kevin (Christina) Monaghan, Kenneth (Kelly) Monaghan Sr., Jennifer (Ronald) DiCarlo, Tara (Nicholas) Kaplack, Elena and Kevin Riley, Larry (Ryan) O’Malley MD, Kristel (Jeffrey) Thornton Ph.D. and Phillip O’Malley; 13 great-grandchildren, McKenzie, Ambrie and Kenneth Jr. Monaghan, Aubriana DiCarlo, Nicholas, Cooper and Keith Kaplack, Nataleigh and Madison Thornton, Taylor and Chase Caldwell and Michael and Micah DiCarlo; two beloved brothers, Norman K. “Pooch” Stacy of Mingo Junction, Ohio, and David M. Stacy of Steubenville, Ohio; and many nieces and nephews.

Deceased are her first husband, George A. Bogard Sr.; her second husband, Milford G. Riley; brothers Harold “Snookie” Stacy and William “Bill” Stacy; and sisters Betty Roycroft and infant Anna Stacy.

Mrs. Riley loved reading, oil painting and doing puzzles. Most of all, she loved her Lord Jesus and her family.

She volunteered for 17 years at Canonsburg General Hospital.

Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m., the time of service, Thursday, June 20, in Coleman-Taylor Funeral Services, 3378 Millers Run Road, Route 50, Cecil, with Chaplain Cathy Peternel officiating. Private interment will be in Jefferson Memorial Park, Pleasant Hills.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in her memory to Forbes Hospice, 4800 Friendship Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224. Visit www.coleman-taylorfuneralservices.com.



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