Kenneth L. Emery
Kenneth L. Emery, 86, of Monaca, formerly of New Castle, died the morning of March 24, 2020, at Heritage Valley Beaver Health System.
Born in New Castle on Sept. 7, 1933, in New Castle, Kenneth was a son of the late Oliver and Adaline Kettler Emery.
Preceding him in death on Sept. 27, 2019, was his wife, the former Arlene J. MacDonald, whom in married in 1955.
Kenneth was a veteran of the Air Force and served his country during the Korean War Era.
He retired from Wheatland Tube, where he had worked as a millwright.
Kenneth was known as a handyman. He loved outdoor sports and enjoyed hunting and fishing.
He cherished the times he spent with his family and had a special place in his heart for dogs.
Kenneth is survived by his brother, Alvin Emery of New Castle; his closest nephew, Joseph Yeskovich III; and several other nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents and wife, Kenneth was preceded in death by his son, Robert Emery; brothers, Samuel, Oliver, James, Clifford, William and Charles Emery; and his sisters, Mary Drew, Charlotte Wallace, Rebecca Spott, Violet Donner and Patricia Emery.
Due to the current health crisis within our communities, the family will hold a private service at the Ed and Don DeCarbo Funeral Home and Crematory, 941 S. Mill St., conducted by the Rev. Richard Nero.
Burial will take place at Castle View Memorial Gardens.
Memorial contributions may be mailed to the Lupus Foundation of America, 2121 K Street, NW Suite 200, Washington, D.C. 20037; or to the Lawrence County Humane Society, Box 62, New Castle, Pa. 16103.
Online condolences may be offered to the family by visiting www.decarbofuneralhome.com.
Published on March 24, 2020

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Judy Champion Peters
Mar 29, 2020
I hold many memories of our cousins, Ken and Arlene. My children always called them Aunt and Uncle because we were all close and they looked up to them. They’d be asleep snug in their beds as little ones on Christmas Eve And Ken and Arlene would come by, wake them up to play with them and their new toys. Never a dull moment. Ken was a hard Worker and worked at Wheatland Tube many years. They loved their home in Volant but moved to Florida twice after retirement. They both Told me they wished they had stayed here. Me too. They missed the weather too. But now I know they are both together singing with the Angels and looking down from Heaven watching over us all. Rest in Peace cousins. Love y...ou much. Judy Anne & family.Read more
Thomas emery
Mar 25, 2020
He was a great uncle
Mary lisa patterson
Mar 25, 2020
We will miss you say hey to everyone in heaven. Keep and eye on them love you uncle kenny
Alicia Irwin
Mar 25, 2020
Rest in peace Uncle Ken,.