OBITUARY

Hugh Augustine O'Hare IV

March 17, 1948June 26, 2018
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Lt. Cdr. Hugh A. "Bud" O'Hare, 70, passed away on June 26, 2018 after an extended illness.

Bud was born on March 17, 1948 in Corry, PA. He was the son of the late Mary Jane (Mulheirn) and Hugh A. O'Hare, III M.D. He graduated from the University of Louisville and served 22 years in the Navy, primarily in the submarine service.

After retiring from the Navy, Bud worked as a Code Enforcement Officer and Township manager and later for Pennoni Associates of Philadelphia.

He enjoyed woodworking and building, as well as kayaking. He especially loved his trips on the Schuylkill River Sojourn.

Bud is lovingly remembered by his “bride” of 44 years, Jayne Dolan O'Hare of Mt. Penn, PA; his children, Brian D. O'Hare and Amy Aldine Grapes and his grandson: "the" Benjamin.

Also surviving are four sisters, Mary Jane Van Der Mude of Burlington, Massachusetts, Sarah Amy of Edinboro, PA, Anne Pitcavage of Raleigh, North Carolina, and Hollace Wood of Corry, PA, as well as sister-in-law Lynn Bruno and brother-in-law James Dolan, both of Corry, PA.

He is remembered by numerous nieces and nephews and many great friends, especially his kayaking buddies.

A Celebration of Bud’s Life will be held on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 from 5 to 7pm in Auman's Inc. Funeral Home, 390 West Neversink Rd., Reading, PA 19606. Inurnment will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, Corry, PA at a later date.

Fair winds and following seas, Bud.

Fond memories and online condolences may be made at www.AumansInc.com

Services

  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, July 3, 2018
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Hugh Augustine O'Hare IV

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Joseph Fidler

July 2, 2018

We are so sorry to hear of Bud's passing and send our deepest sympathies to all. We will always remember Bud's light- hearted jokes along with the open hospitality he offered every Memorial Day as he and Jayne offered their home for viewing the annual parade. He made every participant, from the youngest scout or band member, to the most mature military or first responder, feel special and honored as he clapped and shouted his praises and thanks. He will be deeply missed.
Sending our Love and prayers to all,
Joe and Terry Fidler

Joseph Fidler

July 2, 2018

We are so sorry to hear of Bud's passing and send our deepest sympathies to all. We will always remember Bud's light- hearted jokes along with the open hospitality he offered every Memorial Day as he and Jayne offered their home for viewing the annual parade. He made every participant, from the youngest scout or band member, to the most mature military or first responder, feel special and honored as he clapped and shouted his praises and thanks. He will be deeply missed.
Sending our Love and prayers to all,
Joe and Terry Fidler

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