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April/May Obituaries

by on July 1, 2011

AEP Service Corporation

Thomas Choong, 28, AEP Headquarters, died May 18.

Edward Farley, 85, retired, AEP Headquarters, died April 26.

Richard Fritz, 71, retired, AEP Headquarters, died April 1.

Donald Lambert, 84, retired, died April 15.

Robert Nicholson, 63, retired, AEP Headquarters, died April 7.

Lee Pettry, 66, retired, died April 15.

James Pritchett, 64, retired, AEP Headquarters, died April 24.

Appalachian Power

Edward Carr, 83, retired, Clinch River Plant, died April 6.

John Harrison, 92, retired, North Charleston Service Center, died April 9.

Jack Hash, 60, Tazewell Service Center, died April 21.

Michael Kohari, 80, retired, Williamson Office, died April 22.

Lovell McDonald, 89, retired, Amos Plant, died April 13.

Jack Peavley, 65, Sporn Plant, died March 31.

Gerald Tyzinski, 60, John W. Vaughan Center, died May 14.

Columbus Southern Power

John Chapan, 75, retired, 850 Tech Center, died March 31.

Charles Messer, 91, retired, Seaman Service Center, died April 11.

Lias Reese, 79, retired, 850 Tech Center, died April 29.

Indiana Michigan Power

Rex Reynolds, 71, retired, Three Rivers Service Center, died April 15.

Ohio Power

Norman Knapp, 84, retired, Canton Eastern Regional Office, died March 31.

Elbert McKitrick Jr., 75, retired, Muskingum River Plant, died April 29.

Niles Miller, 96, retired, Canton Eastern Regional Office, died April 14.

Public Service Company of Oklahoma

Gerald Abernathy, 85, retired, Tulsa General Office, died April 15.

George Horn, 97, retired, Tulsa General Office, died April 22.

Jerry Koehn, 70, retired, Tulsa General Office, died April 7.

Henry Wallace, 91, retired, Tulsa General Office, died April 19.

Jerry Willhite, 86, retired, Tulsa General Office, died May 2.

Carol Williamson, 77, retired, Tulsa General Office, died April 5.

Texas Central

Ben Lindeman Jr., 80, retired, Corpus Christi Office, died April 18.

David Martinez, 73, retired, Corpus Christi Office, died April 20.

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One Comment
  1. I worked with John Chapan at the (then) CSP Service Desk in the late ’80’s. Rest in peace, John.

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