4 Mar 1932 — New Kenningston, PA
Gladice was born on a Friday that was rainy day, Boyd Sarvey came from Vandergriff, Pa. to New Kennington, Pa. stayed over night at the hospital.
Gladice (Sarvey) Smalley-May
Cancer takes Physics Gladice Smalley-May, Monday Feb. 26 2001
She is Survived by her Husband of 16 years James L. May; sister Pearl Stearns of Glassport Pa., brother Jack Sarvey of Leachburgh Pa., sister Cathryn Sproull of Calif., daughters Judy L. Bower of Akron & Christine E. (Weber) Hochevar of Sheffield Lake, Ohio; sons Richard A. Bower of FL; Boyd Bernard Weber of Lorain OH; Larry E. Weber MN; Charles E. Weber of Sheffield Lake, OH & David R. Weber of Stow, OH.
Funeral services will be held at Shuemesser Funeral Home, 600 East Turkeyfoot Lake Road, Uniontown, Ohio Saturday March 3, 2001 with Rev. Winston Pike officiating. Gladice will be shown here on Thurs., March 1st & Fri. March 2nd from 2-5 PM & 7-9 PM Gladice will be entombed at Greenlawn Cemetery in Uniontown, Ohio. Any cards or condolences, you may send to 1582 Steese Road Uniontown, OH 44685. God Bless Gladice Smalley-May.
SMALLEY-MAY Gladice Smalley-May, well known astrologer, died February 26, 2001 in Akron. Calling hours Thursday and Friday 2-5 and 7-9 P.M. at the SCHERMESSER FUNERAL HOME, 600 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Rd., Akron, Ohio 44319, 330-724-9351, where funeral service will be held Saturday 10:30 A.M.
Green psychic dies of cancer
By Nicole Morgan Beacon Journal staff writer
GREEN: Gladice Smalley-May, a psychic and astrologer who made predictions for many Akron-area residents for more than 40 years, died of cancer Monday. She was 68. "She had mentioned to me that she was going to look at her own chart to see when she would die," said her best friend, Lynn Johnston. " And, from what her son told me, she was only a week off."
The difference between Smalley-May and a late night commercial psychic was that her gift was real and she wanted to help people, said Johnston of Akron "She saved my mother's life," Johnston said. She explained that a man who was going to drive
her mother to Florida until a warning came from Smalley-May had a stroke in the car as Johnston drove instead. If he was driving as planned, they "would have had a serious accident."
Smalley-May realized she was psychic when she was 4. She told her father that one of his friends who was playing cards at the house should stay awhile, or he would die on his car trip home. No one listened because she was a child, but unfortunately she was right.
"People would come from all over the country, and Japan and Europe to see her. They were doctors, lawyers, and police officers, and a stockbroker from New York would call her the first of every year for 18 years," Johnston said.
Smalley-May is survived by her husband of 17 years, James May; daughters Judy L. Bower of Akron and Christine E. Hochevar of SheffieldLake; sons Richard A. Bower of Clearwater, Fla., Boyd Bernard Weber of Lorain, Larry E. Weber of Minnesota, Charles E. Weber of SheffieldLake, David R. Weber of Stow, and stepdaughters Melanie of Arizona, Pam, and Tammy May of Akron. Gladice Smalley-May
God's special angels came to carry away Gladice Verlene (Sarvey) Smalley-May into his loving arms on Feb. 26, 2001.
She lived most of her life in the Akron area, and was a well-known astrologer for over 40 years.
Gladice Verlene Sarvey was born March 4, 1932, in New Kennington, Pa. She was preceded in death by her parents, Catherine M. (Theil) Miller and Boyd A. Sarvey; her brother, Bob Sarvey, in 1993; granddaughters, Rachel Hochevar in 1976 and Christina Bower in 1968; and great-granddaughter, Caroline Brittany McGraw-Bower, in 1989.
She is survived by her husband of 17 years, James L. May; sister, Peart Stearns of Glassport, Pa.; brother, Jack Sarvey of Leachburgh, Pa.; sister, Catheryn Sproull of California; daughter, Judy L. Bower of Akron; sons, Richard A. Bower of Clearwater, Fla., Boyd Bernard Weber of Lorain, Ohio; daughter, Christine E. (Weber) Hochevar of Sheffield Lake, Ohio; sons, Larry E. Weber of Minnesota, Charles E. Weber of Sheffield Lake, and David R. Weber of Stow; many nieces and nephews; grandchildren, Tina, Sherri, Vicki, Ricky, Timothy, Tracy, Joe, Brent, Justin, Nicholas, Adam, Zachary, Tyler, Jessica, Brandon, Holly, and Daniel; great-grandchildren, Nathan, Mathew, Anthony, Brandon, Samantha, Ricky Jr., Ryan, Timothy Finn Jr., Shawn, Jeremy, Ashley, and Brittney Rose; stepdaughters, Melanie May of Arizona, Pam May and Tammy May of Akron; step grandchildren, Christina, Wesley, and Jeffrey, all of whom will miss her terribly and whose hearts will be partly empty until they join her at Heaven's door.
To Those I Love And Those Who Love Me
When I am gone, release me, let me go;
I have so many things to see and do.
You mustn't tie yourself to me with tears
Be happy that we had so many years.
I gave you my love, you can only guess
How much you gave to me in happiness.
I thank you for the love you each have shown
But now it's time I traveled alone.
So grieve awhile for me, if grieve you must
Then let your grief be comforted by trust
It's only for awhile that we must part
So bless the memories within your heart.
I won't be far away, for life goes on,
So if you need me, call and I will come.
Though you can't see or touch, me "
I'll be near, And if you listen with your heat
You'll hear all my love around you soft and clear
And then when you must come this way alone,
I'll greet with a smile and "Welcome Home."
Funeral services Saturday 10:30 A.M., at the SCHERMESSER Funeral Home, 600 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Rd. (Route 619), with Rev. Winston Pike officiating. Entombment at Greenlawn Memorial Park Calling hours Thursday, 2 to 5 an 7 to 9 P.M., and Friday, 2 to 5 an 7 to 9 P.M. Condolences may be sent to 1582 Steese Rd., Uniontown 44685, C/O Tina Vaughan. (SCHERMESSER, City of Green 330- 724-9351.)
We’ll think of you often
And look to heaven everyday
But there is very little
That will seem worthwhile to say
It’ll either rain or not
It’s either cold or hot
Our news is uninteresting
Or else has all been told
But what matters is you are there
And we are there
And it’s lonely everywhere
So we kneel beside your bed
And end a tiring day
We’ll lay our heads in weary hands
And tears fall as we pray
Dear God unworthy though we are
We’ll ask one thing of Thee
Hold the one you miss tonight
Help her remember me
For God we cannot come to her
Or take her by the hand
But Lord you can comfort her
Help her understand
Until we meet again
For even though we are apart
We love her God
By Your Grandson Tim Finn 2-26-01