Beatrice C. (Rowcotsky) Nocket

Born: Sun., May 30, 1926
Died: Tue., Sep. 20, 2016


9:00 AM to 10:30 AM, Fri., Sep. 23, 2016
Location: Robert A. Evans Jr. Funeral Home

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Fri., Sep. 23, 2016
Location: St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church

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Beatrice C. Nocket, age 90, of Port Carbon, PA passed away Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 at Schuylkill Center, in Pottsville.

Born in Schoentown, PA on May 30, 1926,  she was the daughter of the late Peter and Mary (Statcavage) Rowcotsky.

Beatrice worked as a sewng machine operator for the Phillips and Jones Company and she was a member of the St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in Port Carbon.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Nocket, brothers: Edward, Al, Adam, and John Rowcotsky, and sisters Theophilia Bobbin and Mary Grabusky.

Beatrice is survived by her son Joseph Nocket and his wife Debra, Lake Wynonah; her grandson Anthony Nocket and his companion Brianna Eroh, Chester Springs; and nieces and nephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in Port Carbon on Friday September 23rd at 11AM, with Msgr. William Glosser officiating.

Relatives and Friends are invited to a viewing on Friday morning from 9-10:30AM at the Robert A Evans Jr Funeral Home 208 Pike St. Port Carbon.

Interment will be held in the St. Stephen Cemetery in Port Carbon.

In Lieu of Flowers, memorial donations may be made to the St. Stephen's Church, 218 Valley St., Port Carbon, PA 17965

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Patricia (Laurie)Hoffman-Hepner
   Posted Wed September 21, 2016
My condolences to you Joey, Debra & the Nocket family. Beaty was my neighbor in Schoentown as I was growing up. So many fawn memories of her, as she sat on her porch and my brother Michael and I would talk to her. May our Lord comfort you Joey & Debra during these difficult times and may your feel the loving arms of Jesus surround you. Beaty was a caring and loving person,and always asked how I was doing and we talked for awhile when I was back home visiting my parents. She had such a beautiful smile which matched her personality. They had a grape vine in their yard that had the best grapes in town, and she shared them with her neighbors. Blessings to you Joey and the Nocket family.

Ron Fegley
   Posted Wed September 21, 2016
Please accept our condolences. Bea was my Mom's best friend and next door neighbor for many, many years. We visited Bea in Schoentown one time when we're there to tend to the family plot in St. Stephens Cemetary just over the hill from the house where Mom is also interned. We had a very nice visit and she insisted we take a package of her kielbasa with us before she would let us leave.
Ron and Judy Fegley

Doug & Audrey Eroh
   Posted Thu September 22, 2016
Deb, Joe, and Anthony- Our sincerest sympathies go out to you. We hope your memories of her and knowing how much your friends & family care and are there for you will help you all through this sad and painful time. We hope you find comfort in knowing she is resting peacefully in a better place. Sincerely, Doug & Audrey

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