Eunice Rush

Everett

Eunice M. Rush, 89, of Dunkard Lane, Everett, passed away on Friday, Nov. 20, 2020, at UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital.

She was born on Dec. 8, 1930 in Wood, a daughter of the late Lloyd W. and Mary H. (Norris) Foor.

On June 23, 1948, in Cumberland, Md., she was united in marriage to Ellis V. Rush. He preceded her in death on February 25, 2008.

She is survived by children Earl Rush, married to Diane Cottle, Everett; Ellis Rush, Jr. married to Shirl (Bulger), Everett; Barbara A. Decker, married to Donald, Everett; grandchildren Clinton Rush, Kristie Rush, Andrea Rush, Tisa Vanmeter, Angie Hutchins, Ellis Rush, Stacy Pressel and Donnie Decker; 11 great grandchildren; siblings Laura Ritchey, Ruth Ford and sister-in-law Barb Foor.

She was preceded by the following siblings: Betty Weaverling, William Foor, Donald Foor, Kermit Foor, Robert Foor, Henry Foor, Ann Wable, Lois Jane Engle, Helena Bollman, Victor Foor and infant Mary Patricia Foor.

Eunice was a member of the Clear Ridge Fellowship Church.

She was a caregiver for several throughout the years. Eunice enjoyed maintaining her home and working with flowers.

A private funeral service will be held with Pastor Todd Bowles officiating.

Burial will be held at Rays Cove Church Cemetery.

If friends so desire memorial contributions may be made to Clear Ridge Fellowship Church, 10721 Clear Ridge Road, Everett, PA 15537.

Arrangements made by Akers Funeral Home, Inc., 299 Raystown Road, Everett, Pa. 15537.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.akersfuneralhome.com.

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