Carl P. "Phil" Slaugenhoup, 84, of Parker passed away Friday evening, November 12, 2021 at Butler Memorial Hospital following an illness.
Born in Sligo, Pa., on September 24, 1937, he was son of the late James R. and Harriet Thomas Slaugenhoup.
He was married to the former Norma Fleming on April 8, 1960 and she survives.
“Phil” was employed by former Penn-Drake (now Calumet-Penreco) of Karns City as a truck (tanker) driver retiring in the early nineties with over thirty years of service.
He enjoyed lawn mower repairing from buckets of parts to complete tune-up repair.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters: Brenda (Todd) Courson of Parker and Lori Cooper of Foxburg; grandchildren: Cody Cooper, Allie Courson, and Emily Courson; great-grandson Carter Shook; one brother: William E. (Mary) Slaugenhoup of Parker, and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by parents, sister Miriam Kuhns; brothers Frank, James M., and Ken Slaugenhoup.
A private family visitation and funeral service was held Monday at Buzard Funeral Home in Parker, and he was laid to rest later on Monday at Cedarview Memorial Park in Strattenville.
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