About Margaret Conway (Titus)
RETIRED SCHOOLTEACHER DIES
Margaret Titus Conway, an educator for almost 40 years, died Friday, July 8, 1988, in Uniontown Hospital after a long illness.
Mrs. Conway, who resided on Greene Street. Carmichaels was 76.
She began her teaching career at the Bobtown Elementary School and later taught at the Carmichaels Borough Grad School.
Eventually she moved to what became the Carmichaels Area Junior High School, where she taught history.
Born March 4, 1912, Mrs. Conway was the daughter of Thurman L. Titus and Adda Johnson Titus.
She was the stepdaughter of the Mabel Newcomer Titus, who died in 1985.
Her husband, Frank Conway, died in 1969.
Mrs. Conway was a graduate of California Normal School and was a member of the California University of Pennsylvania Alumni Association.
She was also a member of both the Greene County and Pennsylvania associations of school retirees.
In addition, Mrs. Conway was a member of the American Association of Retired Persons, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Greene Academy of Art and Carmichaels Grange No. 1389.
A member of the First United Methodist Church of Carmichaels, Mrs. Conway was a member of the United Methodist Women of the church as well as the Church's home auxiliary.
Surviving are tow stepdaughters, Mrs. Robert (Alta) Corder of Lancaster and Mrs. Curtis (Mabel) Mann of Massillon, Ohio; three stepsons, Glenn Conway of Point Marion, Roy Conway of Martin and Earl Conway of Tulsa, Okla.; three brothers, Marion Titus of Pasadena, MD, Robert Titus of Riva, MD, and Sesler Titus of Cleveland, Ohio, and one sister, Emily Stone of Knoxville, Tenn.
Also surviving are five nieces and nephews, whom she helped to raise: Richard Titus of Towson, MD, Mrs. Thomas (Sandra) Croftcheck of Carmichaels, Kenneth C Titus of Durham, NC, Mrs. Glenda Simmons, also of Durham, and Thurman Kenneth Titus II of Dilliner.
Deceased, in addition to her husband and parents, are three brothers, Claude Titus, Thurman K Titus and Glenn C Titus.
Source Observer Reporter, Washington, PA, 10 July 1988, page D2,