Dana R. “Ty” Goldsmith

Born: Fri., Jan. 5, 1940
Died: Fri., Mar. 5, 2021

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Rixford- Dana R. “Ty” Goldsmith of School Street passed away on Friday (March 05, 2021) at home surrounded by his loved ones.

 

Born on January 05, 1940, Ty attended Otto High School, Duke Center PA and was previously employed by Case Cutlery, Bradford from 1962-2002.

 

Ty married Virginia (Schenfield) Goldsmith on November 11, 2017 at the Duke Center United Methodist Church.

 

Surviving is beloved nephew Tyrone Mott who he helped to raise as well as a step son; Robert (Tammy) Francis, two step daughters; Michelle Lange and Kara McIlroy; one brother Gary (Al) Goldsmith and one sister Roberta “Burt” (Tony) Laktash.

 

Ty was a great craftsman and  loved doing  woodwork, he also owned and operated Goldsmith Gun Shop for 18 years in Duke Center, PA. 

 

He was an avid trapshooter and beloved coach of the O-E BirdDawgs youth team. Ty played a vital role in establishing a new venue for The Eldred Conservation Club and was awarded life time membership for his dedication and service.  He also loved to hunt rabbits and deer as well as  play chess and euchre. 

 

Ty was preceded in death by parents Lawrence and Jane Goldsmith; former wife, Paricia Mott Goldsmith; and brother, David Goldsmith.

 

A celebration of Life will be held at a future date and time that will be announced in a future edition.

 

 In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Eldred Conservation Club 101 Main Street, Duke Center, PA 16729 or the McKean County VNA and Hospice.

 

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Carl Kyser
   Posted Mon March 08, 2021
Ty will be greatly missed.

Joe and Patty Popiel Lehosky
   Posted Tue March 09, 2021
Our deepest sympathies to the family. Dana was a great man.

Pamela Trask
   Posted Wed March 10, 2021
I want to express my love and sympathy to Virginia and to all of Ty's family. Even though we only knew him for a short time, he welcomed all of our family into his home. Rest in Peace, Ty...we will miss you.

Thomas Segalla
   Posted Wed March 10, 2021
I was proud to be able to call him Uncle Ty even though he was not my uncle. A true outdoorsman and a man of his word with the highest integrity. Ty - you are on a long road now to find peace and happiness with Aunt Pat and all your pets. All My Best, Tom

Tye Mott
   Posted Wed March 10, 2021
Uncle Ty you was a great mentor and role model. You were I’ll be greatly missed by all of us . You was like a father to me abs I was proud to be like a son to you . I am glad we spent do much time together .
Tye Mott

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