Alvin R. Hawes, age 73, of Columbia Ave., Greenville, passed away Tuesday morning October 3, 2017 in his residence after a courageous battle with cancer.

He was born in Jefferson, OH on July 28, 1944 to August and Mary Ellen (Brown) Hawes. Alvin retired from the Maintenance Department of the former R.D. Werner Co., where he had been employed nearly thirty years. He had previously been employed as a Police Officer with Salsbury Twp., Summit Twp. and Jackson Center Police Departments.

Alvin enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time at Bear Camp. He was an avid Cleveland Browns and Indians fan.

On May 27, 1963 he married the former Patricia Teter, she survives at home. Also surviving are two grandchildren; Tonya King and her husband Bryan and Josie Smith, all of Greenville.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a daughter; Lisa Ann Hawes.

A private family funeral service will be held Friday, October 6, 2017 in Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville. There will be no public calling hours. Burial will be in Shenango Valley Cemetery.



  1. Diana Cameron & Family Diana Cameron & Family
    October 5, 2017    

    Pat, Tonya, Bryan and Josie: Our thought and prayers are with you during this time! May God wrap you all in the comfort of his arms and may all the good memories you shared with Al sustained during the hard times. We love you!

  2. Diane White Diane White
    October 6, 2017    

    I am so very sorry for your loss, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. May grandpa rest in peace.

  3. George (bubba) henretty George (bubba) henretty
    October 16, 2017    

    Sorry for your loss.

  4. Katherine Hawes Katherine Hawes
    May 19, 2019    

    Nice to his 3 biological children were never notified of his death or mentioned in his obituary.

  5. Katherine Hawes Katherine Hawes
    May 19, 2019    

    Also how did he marry Patricia in 1963 when he was married to my mother and had my brother in 67,69 and me on 1971. I guess he jyst denies his whole past. What an amazing man he was to deny his own flesh and blood. Wow……

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