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Rick B.
2020-08-30 12:29:58 UTC
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Santa A. Claus (age unknown) of Easton, passed away on Thursday August 27,
2020. Santa was the husband of Dolores M. (Searfass) and they celebrated
their 58th anniversary this past April. Born in Allentown he was the son
of the late Patrick F. and Martha M. (Matchette) Allen. Santa had a
variety of jobs from Mack Trucks, to fence contracting, and driving truck.
His primary occupation for many years was working as Santa Claus at the
Concord Mall in Delaware. He was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic
Church in Easton, and at the former St. Lawrence the Martyr in North
Catasauqua. Santa was a life member of the Tri-Boro Sportsman Club and was
extremely well known for his trap shooting accomplishments. He was
responsible and participated in raising a sunken barge which was used on
the Lehigh Canal. He was a long time member of the Allentown St. Patrick's
Parade Committee and the Lehigh County Division 1 Ancient Order of
Hibernians where he held all degrees. He was a Fourth Degree Member of
Calvary Council #528 of the Lehigh Valley Assembly where he was a past
faithful navigator. Santa was the 2004 Exalted Ruler of the Elks Lodge #70
in Binghampton, NY. Santa was a volunteer fireman for 27 years at various
fire companies. He was an original member of the Panchos Villains for the
Centennial in Hellertown. Surviving with his wife Dolores [...]

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RH Draney
2020-08-30 20:49:10 UTC
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Post by Rick B.
Santa A. Claus (age unknown) of Easton, passed away on Thursday August 27,
2020. Santa was the husband of Dolores M. (Searfass) and they celebrated
their 58th anniversary this past April. Born in Allentown he was the son
of the late Patrick F. and Martha M. (Matchette) Allen. Santa had a
variety of jobs from Mack Trucks, to fence contracting, and driving truck.
His primary occupation for many years was working as Santa Claus at the
Concord Mall in Delaware. He was a member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic
Church in Easton, and at the former St. Lawrence the Martyr in North
Catasauqua. Santa was a life member of the Tri-Boro Sportsman Club and was
extremely well known for his trap shooting accomplishments. He was
responsible and participated in raising a sunken barge which was used on
the Lehigh Canal. He was a long time member of the Allentown St. Patrick's
Parade Committee and the Lehigh County Division 1 Ancient Order of
Hibernians where he held all degrees. He was a Fourth Degree Member of
Calvary Council #528 of the Lehigh Valley Assembly where he was a past
faithful navigator. Santa was the 2004 Exalted Ruler of the Elks Lodge #70
in Binghampton, NY. Santa was a volunteer fireman for 27 years at various
fire companies. He was an original member of the Panchos Villains for the
Centennial in Hellertown. Surviving with his wife Dolores [...]
You better watch out
You better not cry
You better not pout

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That Derek
2020-08-31 03:29:32 UTC
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here's a link to a DC Comics Archive page and a partial description of the 1974 Justice League of America story "The Man Who Murdered Santa Claus!" (issue # 110).

https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Justice_League_of_America_Vol_1_110

BTW, JL of A is my all-time favourite comic book (original run only; none of the similarly named latter-day off-shoots).
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