Carrie Wood Paris Dies Aug. 28 at Age 80

She was an avid antique collector, who loved horses and gardening.

Mon September 22, 2014 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Carrie Wood Paris, 80, of Avella, Pa., died on Aug. 28, 2014, in her Cross Creek Township home.
Carrie Wood Paris, 80, of Avella, Pa., died on Aug. 28, 2014, in her Cross Creek Township home.

Carrie Wood Paris, 80, of Avella, Pa., died on Aug. 28, 2014, in her Cross Creek Township home.

Born Jan. 31, 1934, in Waynesburg, the daughter of the late Carl L. and Nellie V. Roupe Wood, Mrs. Paris was a 1952 graduate of Washington High School and, in her youth, was employed by Bell Telephone as an operator.

Mrs. Paris was a member of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church in Avella, the Avella Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, the Avella Area Community Association and the A.D. White Research Society of Avella.

She was an avid antique collector, who loved horses and gardening.

On Oct. 25, 1958, she married Emanuel A. Paris Jr., who died Nov. 21, 1989.

Surviving are three sons, E. Alex Paris III and his wife Valerie of Avella; Eric Paris and his wife Lisa of Cross Creek; and Tim Paris of Avella; five grandsons, Eric, Austin, Alexander, Emanuel and Santino Paris; and two sisters, Alberta Crispin of Washington and Norma South and her husband Tom of Woodsfield, Ohio.

Deceased, in addition to her husband and parents, is an infant grandson, Elijah Paris.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Avella Volunteer Fire Department at P.O. Box G, Avella, PA 15312, A.D. White Research Society at P.O. Box 562, Avella, PA 15312, or Avella Area Community Association at P.O. Box 184, Avella, PA 15312.




Today's top stories

Filling the Labor Pool — Post-Pandemic, Construction Industry Wants Workers to Jump in

Reed & Reed Leads Twin Bridges in Vermont to Mid-Summer Completion

Granite Construction, Mahaffey Drilling Fix Railroad Issue in Encintas

Texas Women in Construction — Sherry McGee: HOLT CAT

OSHA COVID Safety Rules Give Workplace Flexibility to Transportation Construction Firms

Spanning the Potomac: Three-Quarter-Billion-Dollar Bridge Replacement Under Way

Reconstruction Begins On Century-Old Border Crossing Span Over St. John River

Doosan, Trimble Announce Factory-Installed Machine Control Solution for Crawler Excavators








ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo