Tree Planted in Memory of Cook Forest Businessman

Cook Forest TreeCOOKSBURG, Pa. (EYT) – On July 8, 2015, a Red Maple tree was planted in loving memory of James MacBeth, the third generation owner of MacBeth’s Cabins in Cook Forest.

The tree was placed in Cook Forest State Park located along River Road just past the Cooksburg Post Office. The tree was given in loving memory by: Michael & Cheryl McMurray, Cook Riverside Cabins, Inc. and Larry & Lois McFadden, Cook Forest Top Hill Cabins.

(Photo – left to right: Ryan Borcz (Cook Forest State Park Superintendent), Michael MacBeth (James’ son), Donna MacBeth (James’ wife), Lois McFadden, Michael McMurray, Larry McFadden, and Cheryl McMurray.)

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