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Chase Robert Pahula (age 10) of Pine Grove (formerly Slatington) died Monday, December 31, 2013 from injuries sustained in a bicycle-automobile accident.
Born November 10th, 2002 in Allentown, he was the son of Candice Marie Stoudt of Pine Grove and Jeremy Joseph Pahula of Allentown.
Chase was an enthusiastic young man who loved to hug people and was enthralled by Star Wars, baseball hats, Kinnex and Lego's, rap music and any kind of video game. Chase endeavored to be an artist working with clay sculpture.
Survivors: In addition to the parents, brothers Corey (17) and Justin (15) Pahula; maternal grandmother Gloria E. Stoudt of Nesquehoning; great grandparents Robert and Eleanor Daniels of Germansville; and Aunt Sarah M. Hargreaves of Nesquehoning. Paternal grandmother Bonnie J. Pahula of Catasauqua; and uncles Richard A. Weber, Jr. of Harrisburg, Michael E. Weber of Emmaus, Edward P. Pahula of Catasauqua, and Chad M. Pahula of Allentown. Chase will be dearly missed by his six cousins.
Services: 11 AM Thursday January 10, 2013 Harding Funeral Home, 25-27 N. Second St, Slatington. Calling hour will be held 10-11AM, funeral home.. Burial will be held at the Union Cemetery, Slatington. A reception will follow for family and friends at St. John's Lutheran Church, 40 2nd Street, Slatington. Condolences may be shared at www.hardingfuneralhomeinc.com.
Contributions: In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to the funeral home to defray the costs of services.
My heart is breaking for Chase's family and friends. Do not be afraid to express your grief...for it is a grief that is huge, and will be part of you forever. Never let him out of your memories.
someone who knew Chase for a little while Jan 10 2013 12:00 AM
In times like these, the perfect words are hard to find. Although Chase was a part of our classroom for only a short time, he made a big impact on those around him. Memories of Chase include his friendly smile when he walked in the door and greeted everyone, the way he laughed when he was playing games at recess, his use of everyday manners when talking with others, the encouragement that he gave to peers, his desire to develop friendships with those around him, and his offers or requests for hugs before leaving to go home each night. May the memories of Chase encourage and support you through this difficult time. Thank you for sharing your nephew, son, and brother with us. Miss LodgeMrs. (Gibson) GlatfelterCentral Dauphin School DistrictSTEPS Classroom Staff
South Side Elementary School STEPS Jan 9 2013 12:00 AM
Rick, im so sorry for the loss of your nephew chase may you always hold his memories in your heart. hes and angel watching over all of you and your family
sherry yesik Jan 9 2013 12:00 AM
Chase, we will always remember your smiling face at the swimming hole. You will forever be in our hearts, especially when we go to the hole. Love ya kiddo!!!
Lisa and Brandon Lamon Jan 9 2013 12:00 AM
No words are adequate to express the sorrow we feel for your loss. Our hearts ache for you and your family. Our deepest condolences, Bill, Michele, Sage and Tyler Hargreaves
Hargreaves Family Jan 8 2013 12:00 AM
Chase, I still cant believe your gone buddy!! Look after your mom for me, shes really gonna need you to keep her strong! Watch over everyone! I will never let your cousins forget you!!! Love and miss you xoxoxoxo, Aunt Sara,Jason,& Kids
Sara Jan 8 2013 12:00 AM
My heartfelt condolence goes out to all who suffer the hurt ans loss of this special young man. Chase I only knew you a very short time but it was a very heart warming time ,you touched my heart and soul in away that made it seem like forever. You are now Gods soldier to keep watch over us you are gone in flesh but will ever remain alive in my heart and memories much love always.
norma ray Jan 8 2013 12:00 AM
All my love Chase. You're with God and someday we will all be reunited. I will always remember your tin soldier salutes, and emphatic imitation yes, sir Uncle Rick, with your chin tucked in at attention, and your short hair cut. Everyday I find little reminders of you in my house. You may be gone; but, you will never be forgotten. Love you little soldier! Uncle Rick
Rick Weber Jan 7 2013 12:00 AM