Christian J Worst Jr.

Christian J Worst Jr.

January 29, 1929 - June 02, 2020
South Beaver Township

Christian J Worst Jr.

January 29, 1929 - June 02, 2020
South Beaver Township


Christian J. Worst Jr., 91, of South Beaver Twp., died Tuesday, June 2, 2020 in his residence.
Born January 29, 1929, in Shaler, PA, he was the son of the late Christian J. Sr. and Mabel (Marzolf) Worst. 

Christian retired from USAirways in 1993 where he worked as a mechanic for 32 years. He was a member of Brush Run United Methodist Church, Little Beaver Historical Society and the Masonic Lodge No. 045.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Dale and David Worst and a sister, Elsie Butler.
He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Marjorie (Thorpe) Worst; four children, Jeffery C. (Mary Grace) Worst, Sue Anne Worst, John L. (Judy) Worst and Sally A. (Leonard) Lander; ten grandchildren, Christian, Ashley, Brian, Aaron, Anne, Sally and Molly Worst and Kaitlyn, Makayla and Kyle Lander; a great-granddaughter, Reya Worst; two sisters, Loretta Baker, and Adella VanAtta; also numerous nieces and nephews.
A family visitation will be held in the GABAUER-LUTTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, INC., 117 Blackhawk Road, Chippewa Twp.,

Private interment will take place in Allegheny County Memorial Park McCandless, PA.

A public memorial service will be held at a later date when the gathering restrictions are lifted.
The family requests that contributions be made in Christian’s name to Little Beaver Historical Society P.O. Box 304 Darlington, PA 16115.

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2 responses to Christian J Worst Jr.

  1. Please accept our heartfelt condolences
    on the loss of your loved one.
    Potomac Air Lodge 1976
    Retiree’s Club

    IAM & AW Potomac Air Lodge 1976
    228 Moon Clinton Road
    Moon Twp, Pa 15108

  2. Karin Thomas says:

    Uncle Chris was a very nice and quiet man. I got to spend a week or so at their farm in New York in the summer before 9th grade. (I even was on the same plane as Dennis Weaver flying up there). I always wanted to spend some time on a farm and I am grateful for that time. I remember they had geese to keep the weeds out of strawberries. There even was some pickles and onions Aunt Margie had made. The last time I visited my grandmother before she died at their home, Chris and Margie gave me a bucket full of blueberries. I think I ate most of them on the drive home to Georgia. Thank you Chris for having my grandmother spend her last years at your home. Love, Karin

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