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Raymond M. “Ray” Galias, 79
[No local hours or services. Services March 7, 2015, in Mission Hills, California.]

SANTA CLARITA, CALIF. - Raymond M. “Ray” Galias Sr., 79, formerly of Youngstown, passed away Feb. 13, 2015, in California.

Ray was born in January of 1936 in Youngstown, a son of the late Harry R. and Mary A. Chelpka Galias. 

He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, and  proudly served his country from 1954 to 1958. Ray married his wife, Delores DelFraino, in 1958, and they moved from Youngstown to Glendale, California, where they lived until 2007, when they relocated to Santa Clarita.

Ray graduated from Glendale College and attended California State University, Northridge. Mr. Galias retired as the district manager of the Pasadena area after 30 years with the Southern California Gas Company.

He enjoyed golfing and served as President of the So. Cal. Golf Association, and he enjoyed fishing with his sons. Ray was a very artistic man, making jewelry and stained glass windows, and helping his wife decorate their home.

Ray leaves his loving family, and is survived by his wife of 56 years, Delores Galias; his son, Raymond M. Galias, Jr.; his daughter, Terri A. Allen; his granddaughter, Kristina N. Galias; and his grandsons, Zachary Boehm and Brendan Allen.

Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, David M. Galias; brothers, Arthur Galias and Harry Galias Jr.; and sisters, Margaret Kershner, Mildred Yankowski, and Mary Elizabeth Fowler.

A memorial service will take place on Saturday, March 7, 2015, at 1 p.m. at the Mission Hills Catholic Cemetery chapel in Mission Hills, Calif. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Ray’s memory to the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital Foundation, Palliative Care Department, Attention: Renee Leon, 23845 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA  91355.




John Ogarek, 58

[Calling hours from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., FRIDAY, 3/6, at Kinnick FH, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

HUBBARD - John Ogarek, 58, passed away Sunday afternoon, March 1, 2015, at his home.

John was born Oct. 30, 1956, in Youngstown, a son of the late John Sr. and Audrey Reents Ogarek, and was a lifelong area resident.

Mr. Ogarek was a 1975 graduate of Boardman High School. John worked for Mahoning Lighting, Gasser Chair, and he worked for many years as the Director of Maintenance for Spence Management.

John was an avid fan of Elvis Presley’s music and of NASCAR. He greatly enjoyed the time he spent with his family and he especially loved his dog, Pookie.

He leaves to cherish his memory his son, Brandon Ogarek of Austintown; his daughter, Kandice (fiancé Tyler Adams) Ogarek of McDonald; his granddaughter, Audreah Adams; a brother, Greg (Beth) Ogarek of Hubbard; his former wife, Joyce Brown of McDonald; and several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, a brother, Chris Ogarek, and a sister, Vivian Adler, preceded him in death.

Family and friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on FRIDAY, March 6, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard, where funeral services will take place at 1 p.m.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.

In lieu of flowers, John’s family suggests that anyone wishing to make a memorial contribution, do so by donating to the funeral home to help with final expenses.




Jennie Louise Brown, 86

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, 3/5, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Jennie Louise Brown, 86, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully early Saturday morning, Feb. 28, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Jennie was born Aug. 21, 1928, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late John and Margaret Fundziak Vrabec, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a graduate of The Rayen School and was loving homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.

Mrs. Brown was a member of St. Brendan Church in Youngstown. She enjoyed crocheting and knitting, bowling, bingo, and playing yahtzee, and she loved spending time with her family.

Jennie leaves eight children, Cyndi L. Johnson of Youngstown, George K. Jr. (Mary) Brown of Pensacola, Fla., Denise E. (David) Sonntag of New Wilmington, Pa., Nanette T. (David) Burnett of Poland, Ohio, Kim M. Kulesza of Pensacola, Fla., Frank T. Brown of Youngstown, Terrence A. (Patty) Brown of Columbiana, and Marcie R. (Russ) Lowe-Thomas of Milton, Fla.; 27 grandchildren; 51 great-grandchildren; a sister, Betty Rezendes of Struthers; and a son-in-law, Richard Tunison of Austintown.

Her beloved husband of 31 years, George K. Brown, whom she married June 5, 1948, passed away Oct. 22, 1979. Two daughters, Barbara Ann Tunison and infant Anita Marie Brown; two brothers, Tommy and Frank Vrabec; and a sister, Mary Yaskulka, are also deceased.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m., on THURSDAY, March 5, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on FRIDAY (3/6) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial that will be celebrated at St. Brendan Church, 2800 Oakwood Ave, Youngstown.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.




Angeline M. Trella, 82

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 3/4, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Angeline M. Trella, 82, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully late Sunday evening, March 1, 2015, at University Hospitals in Cleveland.

Angeline was born Oct. 28, 1932, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Tony and Mary Sassano, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1950 graduate of East High School and attended Youngstown College.  Angie was a loving homemaker, mother, and grandmother who also worked in the catalog department for the J.C. Penney stores in the Mahoning and Austintown Plazas, retiring in the early 1990s.

Mrs. Trella was a member of St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Church in Youngstown, where she belonged to the Rosary Society and the Golden Pillars. Angie was also a bingo worker at the church and was a member of the Greek Catholic Union.

Angie leaves her husband of 60 years, John T. Trella, whom she married Feb. 19, 1955; two sons, John T. Jr. (Kathy) Trella and Michael A. (Margery) Trella, both of Youngstown; three grandchildren, Jacob, Kara, and Christian; two brothers, Michael (Ruth) Sassano of Girard and Ronald (Francine) Sassano of Hubbard; two sisters, Rachael McGee of Hubbard and Rose Torro of Girard; and many nieces and nephews.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, March 4, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where a prayer service will take place at 4:30 p.m. 

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on THURSDAY (3/5) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. at St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Church on South Belle Vista Avenue in Youngstown.

Interment will follow at the parish cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made in Angeline’s name to the Down Syndrome Association of the Valley (DSAV), 945 Boardman-Canfield Rd., Boardman, OH 44512.




Margaret B. Mady, 90

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., TUESDAY, 3/3, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Margaret B. Mady, 90, formerly of Boardman and of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully Sunday afternoon, March 1, 2015, at Omni Manor following a long and fulfilling life.

Margaret was born Feb. 7, 1925 in Whitney, Pa., a daughter of the late John and Elizabeth Franko Schlosser, and came to this area with her family as a child.

She was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School and was a devoted and caring wife and mother, who dedicated her life to caring for her home and for her family.

Mrs. Mady was a member of St. Brendan Church, where she belonged to the Altar & Rosary Society and sang in the choir.

Margaret leaves two sons, Leonard Mady of Boardman and James Mady of Youngstown; two daughters, Bonnie Kelly of Austin, Tex. and Terri (Jeff) Masternick of Austintown; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, John (Barbara) Schlosser of Houston, Tex.; and four sisters, Mary Richnafsky of Austintown, Elizabeth “Betty” Zajac of Youngstown, Anne (John) Tokarsky of Boardman, and Ceil Schlosser of Boardman.

Her beloved husband of 51 years, Anthony M. Mady, whom she married in 1946, passed away Oct. 25, 1997. Two sons, Michael and Thomas Mady, and an infant brother, Martin, are also deceased.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m., TUESDAY, March 3, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where the Altar & Rosary Society of St. Brendan Church will hold a prayer service at 4:45 p.m. 

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on WEDNESDAY (3/4) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial that will be celebrated at St. Brendan Church, 2800 Oakwood Ave, Youngstown.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.



Mary Ann Sova, 75
[Calling hours from Noon to 1 p.m., MONDAY, 3/2, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

CANFIELD - Mary Ann Sova, 75, passed away Thursday afternoon, Feb. 26, 2015, at Meridian Arms Living Center in Austintown.

Mary Ann was born April 13, 1939, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Thomas and Ethel Tumpak Pallone. She was a 1957 graduate of The Rayen School and was a lifelong area resident.

Mrs. Sova was a homemaker who also worked for several grocery stores. She worked at A&P in the 1960s, then in the bakery at Conroy’s Grocery, and finally in the bakery at Santisi’s IGA in Austintown, from where she retired in 2005.

She was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Holy Name of Jesus Church in Youngstown. 

Mary Ann was an avid bowler, and she loved to play cards and enjoyed traveling to casinos.
Her loving and beloved husband of 44 years, Stephen Joseph Sova Jr., whom she married Feb. 9, 1963, in Holy Name of Jesus Church, passed away Nov. 3, 2007.

Mary Ann leaves her daughter, Michele (Steve) Slifka of Ogdensburg, New Jersey; two grandchildren, Tyler and Carly; a sister, Betty Bobovnyk of Youngstown; two sisters-in-law, JoAnn M. DelFraino of Austintown and Mary Ann (Kenneth) Barnett of Youngstown; and many nieces and nephews.

Besides her husband, a sister, Theresa Sebena, passed away in 2009. Three brothers-in-law, Joseph Bobovnyk, James Sebena, and Henry DelFraino, are also deceased.

Family and friends may call from noon to 1 p.m. on MONDAY, March 2, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown, where funeral services will take place at 1 p.m.

Private interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, where Mary Ann will be laid to rest next to her husband, Steve.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of Sorrows, Parish, Holy Name of Jesus Church, 915 Cornell Avenue, Youngstown, OH 44502.




Richard Lee Copenhaver, 65
[Calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., SATURDAY, 2/28, at First Free Methodist Church in Canfield.]

BOARDMAN – Richard Lee Copenhaver, 65, passed away Wednesday morning, Feb. 25, 2015, at Vista Center of Boardman following an extended illness.

Richard was born Dec. 3, 1949, in East Liverpool, a son of the late Franklin Lee Jr. and Marian Martin Copenhaver. He was raised by his mother and his stepfather, the late Edward Aeppli, and moved with his family to Youngstown from Chester, W.Va. in 1957.

Mr. Copenhaver was a graduate of Struthers High School and was a U.S. Army veteran, serving with the military police. After his discharge from the Army, he furthered his education by taking many college courses at various schools.

Richard was a police officer in St. Albans, W.Va., and later worked as a truck driver for Schneider International for 19 years, receiving several recognitions for his “millions of miles” of safe driving.

He enjoyed woodworking, leather crafts, photography, scuba diving, search and rescue, and gun collecting.

Mr. Copenhaver leaves two daughters, Melanie Copenhaver of Cleveland and Marianne Copenhaver of Columbus; two sisters, Kay Fitzwater of Mars, Pa. and Nancy (Edward) Smolko of Canfield; three stepbrothers, Edward (JoAnn) Aeppli of Hubbard, Ron Aeppli of Struthers, and Rick (Dot) Aeppli of St. Augustine, Fla.; and many nieces and nephews, including Suzanne Lockiec of Poland and Andrew Smolko of Longview, Texas, who were very dear to him.

Family and friends may gather from 10 to 11 a.m. on SATURDAY, Feb. 28, at First Free Methodist Church, 3999 McCarty Dr., Canfield, where a memorial service will take place at 11 a.m.

Richard’s family thanks the nurses and staff of St. Elizabeth Boardman Health Center, Vista Center of Boardman, and Loving Care Hospice for the kindness shown and care given to Richard during his illness.




Ann D. Smith, 87

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, 2/26, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]
 
YOUNGSTOWN - Ann D. Smith, 87, of the city’s west side, passed away Saturday evening, Feb. 21, at ValleyCare Northside Medical Center, after a long and fulfilling life.

Ann was born March 13, 1927, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late John and Mary Sesser Zagiba, was a 1945 graduate of Chaney High School and a lifelong area resident.

A loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, and homemaker, Ann also worked as “operator 215" for the Diocese of Youngstown, and later as secretary at St. Brendan Parish.

She was a member of St. Brendan Church in Youngstown. Mrs. Smith enjoyed her bridge clubs, bingo, and was a fan of the Cleveland Indians. She loved attending her great-grandchildren’s sporting events, and enjoyed the time she spent with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 

A truly generous person who would help anyone in need, Ann will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.
 
To cherish her memory, Ann leaves a daughter, Deborah (Roy) Deane of Clearwater, Fla.; eight grandchildren, John Carrozzino, Eric (Michelle) Alleman, Jessica (Tom) Mothershed, Ryan (Krissy) Deane, Adam Deane, Gabriel (Jennifer) Crish, Shilo (Ed) Zupko, and Samantha Hamner; nine great-grandchildren; a son-in-law, Walter Hamner; and a former son-in-law, Jack Crish.

Her husband, John Smith, whom she married June 18, 1949, passed away, July 5, 1972. A daughter, Janis Hamner, also preceded Ann in death. 

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. on THURSDAY (2/26), at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on FRIDAY (2/27) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at St. Brendan Church, 2800 Oakwood Ave., Youngstown.
 
Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.




Nadine Mahunik, 88

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, 2/26, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]
 
YOUNGSTOWN - Nadine Mahunik, 88, of the city’s south side, passed away Monday morning, Feb. 23, after a long and fulfilling life.

Nadine was born May 24, 1926, in Campbell, a daughter of the late Dimko and Ilka Alexoff, and was a 1944 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School and a lifelong area resident.

A caring wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Nadine also worked for 42 years as a secretary, retiring in 1999.

She was a member of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church since 1948, where she was active in many church activities. Nadine was a pyrohy worker at the church and was a member of its St. Anne Guild.

As a young mother, Mrs. Mahunik served as foster mother for Catholic Children Services, taking care of infants. She was also very active with the Campfire Girls of America, and served as group leader. 

Nadine was a member of the World War II Catholic Ladies Auxiliary at the John J. Buckley CWV, Post No. 1292. She enjoyed bowling, for which she won many trophies, arts & crafts, watercolor painting, and crocheting afghans.
 
Her husband, Morris Mahunik, whom she married in 1947, passed away Dec. 26, 1984. 
 
To cherish her memory, Nadine leaves three wonderful and caring children, Maureen (Michael) Murphy of Canfield, Gail Mahunik of Youngstown, and John Mahunik of Massachusetts; three grandchildren, Michael, Bob (Kelly), and Jenna; two great-granddaughters, Maura and Megan; a sister, Florence Yingling of California; and several nieces and nephews.

Besides her husband, Nadine was preceded in death by three brothers, Peter, George, and Alexander Alexoff.  

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, Feb. 26, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where a prayer service will take place at 6 p.m.

Funeral services will begin at 10:45 a.m. on FRIDAY (2/27) at the funeral home, and will continue at 11:30 a.m. at Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church, 526 W. Rayen Ave., Youngstown.
 
Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, where Nadine will be laid to rest next to her husband.




Joseph A. Weiser, 76

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2015, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Joseph A. Weiser, 76, of the city’s west side, passed away Saturday morning, Feb. 21, 2015, at Select Specialty Hospital in Youngstown following complications from a stroke.


Joseph was born Aug. 3, 1938 in Youngstown, a son of the late Willis B. and Althea M. Dunker Weiser, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a graduate of Chaney High School and served in the U. S. Navy. Joe worked for 25 years for Wean United, retiring as a tool grinder in 1985 when the plant closed.

Mr. Weiser was a former member of Grace Lutheran Church in Austintown. He was a member of Argus Lodge 545 F&AM for over 50 years, and he enjoyed traveling and spending time with his family at his home.

Joe leaves his wife of 58 years, Beverly J. Lundy Weiser, whom he married Dec. 22, 1956; four children, Kim (Albert) Baumgartner of North Jackson, Cindy Jo (Peter) Babb of Naples, Fla., Joseph B. (Brenda) Weiser of Austintown, and Sandra J. (Daniel) Balog of Youngstown; 15 grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; a sister, Joyce (James) Perkins of Warren; and two brothers, James Weiser of New Springfield and William (Linda) Weiser of Negley.

A daughter, Deborah McRae, is deceased.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, March 12, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where a memorial service will follow at 7 p.m.




Phillip M. “Phil” Martin, 82

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 2/25, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; calling hours from to to 11 a.m., THURSDAY, 2/26, at Western Reserve United Methodist Church in Canfield.]

AUSTINTOWN - Phillip M. “Phil” Martin, 82, passed away unexpectedly early Monday morning, Feb. 23, 2015, at his home.

Mr. Martin was born Feb. 22, 1933, in Youngstown, a son the late William and Margaret Treharn Martin, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1950 graduate of North High School and proudly served in the United States Army during the Korean War.

Upon his return to the states, Phil worked for 34 years at General Motors in Lordstown, retiring in 1999 as a final line coordinator.

He was a member of Western Reserve United Methodist Church.

Phil loved all sports and was an official for both high school football and basketball games. He enjoyed the time he spent with his family and he especially enjoyed the time he spent taking care of his grandsons.

Mr. Martin leaves his wife, Carol A. Evans Martin, whom he married Aug. 26, 1961; a daughter, Cheryl L. (Richard Jr.) Ridenbaugh of Windham; a son, William A. (Elizabeth) Martin of Seattle, Wash.; six grandchildren, Jennifer, Brooke, Makenzie, Theodore, Evan, and Jake; a great-granddaughter, Collette; and a sister, Gwendolyn Rhoads of Youngstown.

Three brothers, William Martin, Robert Martin, and Robert Martin, preceded him in death.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 25, at Kinnick Funeral Home 477 N. Meridian Rd. Youngstown, and from 10 to 11 a.m. THURSDAY (2/26) at Western Reserve United Methodist Church, 4580 Canfield Rd. Canfield.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. THURSDAY (2/26) at the church.

In lieu of flowers, Phil’s family suggests that material tributes take the form of contributions to the memorial fund at Western Reserve United Methodist Church; or to the Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley.




Winifred S. Himes, 92

[Calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., SATURDAY, 2/21, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]
 
COLUMBIANA - Winifred S. “Winnie” Himes, 92, formerly of Boardman, gracefully and peacefully entered God’s mansion Wednesday evening, Feb. 18, 2015, passing away at Hospice House.     

Winnie was born March 14, 1922, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late John and Henrietta Scott Mills. She was a 1940 graduate of South High School and a lifelong area resident. She recently moved to Whispering Pines in Columbiana, to be closer to her family.
 
Winnie began her business career in the offices of the Greyhound Bus Company and retired as a payroll clerk for the Youngstown Board of Education. Upon her retirement, she joined her family’s firm, Himes Tax Service, Inc., as a receptionist.

She was a member of the Canfield Presbyterian Church, and was a member of Rainbow Girls, AARP, Beta Sigma Phi, and the 500 Club. Winnie enjoyed swimming, golfing, playing cards, and bowling, and she was active in area leagues over the years. 

Winnie loved to travel. A highlight of her many travels was as a young girl, traveling to England for Queen Elizabeth’s coronation. She embraced her Scottish heritage, loving the bagpipes.  Winnie also enjoyed the activities and new friendships she made at Whispering Pines.
 
Her beloved husband, Robert Joel “Bob” Himes, whom she married Sept. 11, 1965, passed away
June 15, 2003. 
 
To cherish her memory, Mrs. Himes leaves two children, Mariellen (Phil) Steiner and Tom (Debbie) Himes; eight grandchildren, Michael (Lita) Himes, Jason and Adam Himes, Kayla (Adam) Elser, Amy (Joshua) Milliken, and Kaitlin, Misha, and Arion Steiner; two great-granddaughters, Jessica and Kayley Himes; and a daughter-in-law Becky Himes.

Besides her husband, Winnie was preceded in death by a son, Jeff.  

Family and friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. on SATURDAY, Feb. 21, at Kinnick Funeral Home, where funeral services will follow at 11 a.m.
 
In lieu of flowers, Winnie’s family requests donations to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market Street, Youngstown, 44512.
 
The Himes family is indebted to Dr. Steven Waggoner, the staff of Whispering Pines, and the staff at Hospice House for their help in making Winnie’s last days as comfortable as possible.




Arthur D. Battagline, 89

[No calling hours or services.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Arthur D. Battagline, 89, of the city’s west side, passed away Tuesday morning, Feb. 17, 2015, at Omni Manor Care Center in Youngstown.

Arthur was born March 28, 1925, in Youngstown, a son of the late Anthony and Bridget Lepore Battagline, and was a lifelong area resident.

Mr. Battagline was a graduate of Chaney High School and attended Youngstown College. He served for three years in the U.S. Army in the 25th Infantry Division during World War II. He was stationed in the Philippines and freed many women that were being imprisoned by shooting the locks off of their cells. For his actions, he received a Bronze Medal signed by President Harry S. Truman, for service above and beyond the call of duty.

Art was also in the Army Band, playing trumpet. He would play in parades that welcomed visiting generals, as well as playing in different cities while on occupational duty in Japan.

He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 32 years, and he delivered mail for 12 years as the last group of employees who delivered the mail by train, retiring from the Postal Service in October of 1983. Art also worked for a time as a psychiatric aide in a drug rehabilitation program.

His wife of 44 years, Sylvia Jeswald Battagline, who he married June 20, 1963, passed away Jan. 11, 2008.

Art leaves a stepson, John Zordich of Youngstown; and many nieces and nephews.

Besides his wife, a stepson, Frank Zordich; a stepdaughter, Kathleen Zordich; three brothers, Patsy, Frank, and James Battagline; and two sisters, Elvera LaGuardia and Constance Battagline, preceded him in death.

Per Art’s wishes, there are no services or calling hours. Arrangements have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road. Youngstown.

Interment was at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown.




Michael T. Senchak, 83

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, 2/19, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

POLAND - Michael T. Senchak, 83, formerly of South Belle Vista Avenue on Youngstown’s west side, passed away unexpectedly Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, at his home, with his beloved wife “Louie” at his side.

Michael was born June 9, 1931, in Youngstown, the son of the late Mary and Mike Senchak, and was a 1949 graduate of Chaney High School and a lifelong area resident.

Mike married the love of his life, Mary Lou Tumpak, on May 26, 1951. He and “Louie” were always together, and their favorite times were with family, friends, neighbors, their church community, taking day trips to local casinos, and traveling to Las Vegas.

His greatest pride and joy was his family, raising four children, and he was affectionately referred to as “Grandpa Louie” by his grandchildren and by other members of his family.

Mike worked for the City of Youngstown in the Traffic Engineering Department for 32 years. Always an impeccable dresser, upon retiring from the city, Mike worked an additional 13 years in the men’s clothing department at the J.C. Penney store in the Southern Park Mall, establishing many relationships and friendships throughout the tri-county area.

Many residents on the west side of Youngstown will remember Mike for walking Mill Creek Park and the nearby neighborhoods with his dog and companion, Champ.   

Mike was involved with and volunteered his time to numerous organizations, including Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, St. Matthias Church, Holy Name of Jesus Church, the Slovak Catholic Sokols, Knights of Columbus, the Public Employees Retirees Chapter 18, the Catholic War Veterans Post No. 1292, and the Rosary Society. Over the years he served in a number of volunteer leadership positions, most recently as a Parish Council Member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, and as a Board Member of the Public Employees Retirees organization.

Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Mary Lou; three children, Michael S. (Jeanne) Senchak of Canfield, Patricia (Nicholas) Demain of Austintown, and Ronald (JoAnna) Senchak of Cary, North Carolina; nine grandchildren, Kimberly (John) Berg, Michael R. (Kelley) Senchak, Dana (Dan) Metzinger, Nicholas "Nicky" Demain, Anthony Senchak, Alexis Senchak, Iggy Senchak, Pia Senchak, Ella Senchak; and three great-grandchildren, Gabriella "Gabba" Berg, Brady Metzinger, and Benjamin "Benny" Metzinger.

Mike was preceded in death by a son, David Senchak.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, Feb. 19, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on FRIDAY (2/20) at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, St. Matthias Church, 915 Cornell Street, Youngstown, where Mike’s family will receive friends beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the church vestibule.

Family and friends will gather at the Georgetown on South Avenue in Youngstown immediately after the funeral Mass, for a luncheon to celebrate Mike’s life.




Helen M. Bobonick, 81

[Private services were held.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Helen M. Bobonick, 81, of the city’s west side, who will always be remembered for her loving and warm heart, passed away peacefully Saturday morning, Valentine’s Day, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Helen was born on July 1, 1933 in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Rocco and Fedella Orlando, and was a lifelong area resident.

A beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and homemaker, Helen retired from St. Elizabeth Health Center, where she worked for 25 years.

Helen was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Holy Name of Jesus Church in Youngstown. She enjoyed bingo, playing cards, board games, going to Mountaineer Park in West Virginia, and most importantly, spending time with her family.

Her husband of nearly 61 years, Thomas J. “Bobo” Bobonick, whom she married Nov. 29, 1952, passed away Oct. 25, 2013.

Mrs. Bobonick leaves two sons, Thomas J. Jr. (Renee) Bobonick of Austintown and Michael (Bridgette) Bobonick of Youngstown; a daughter, Brenda Pavelko (Chuck) of Youngstown; five grandchildren, Renee, Mandy, Hope, Michael, and Zack; and several nieces and nephews.

Besides her husband, a brother, Michael Orlando, is deceased.

Per Helen’s request, private services were held.

Arrangements were entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown. 

Interment took place at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, where Helen was laid to rest next to her husband.

Helen’s family extends special thanks to the staff of Austinwoods Rehabilitation & Health Care Center, and to the staff at Select Specialty Hospital, for the kindness shown and care given to Helen.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Helen’s name to MVI Hospice, 4891 Belmont Ave, Youngstown, OH 44505.




Steve Marks, 86

[Private services.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Steve Marks, 86, passed away unexpectedly Sunday afternoon, Feb. 15, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Steve was born May 5, 1928, in Youngstown, a son of the late Steve and Anna Sintic Marks, attended Chaney High School, and was a lifelong area resident.

He served in the U.S. Navy for two years after World War II, and was a self-employed tilesetter for much of his working life.

He was a member of St. Christine Church, and loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

His beloved wife, Vivian D. DeFiore Marks, whom he married February 18, 1950, passed away May 6, 2007. 

Mr. Marks leaves four sons, Stephen (Barbara) Marks of Boardman, Robert (Janice) Marks of Medina, John (Susan) Marks of Canfield, and Nicholas (Lisa) Marks of Austintown; nine grandchildren, Stephen (Carrie) Marks, Matthew (Kaitlyn) Marks, Jamie (Nick) Bennett, Jason (Erica) Marks, Christopher (Jamie) Marks, Craig Marks, Daniel Marks, Vincent Marks, and Marissa Marks; and nine great-grandchildren, Ella, Cole, Jaxson, Caroline, Leah, Andrew, Abigail, Anthony, and Ashley.

Besides his wife, two brothers, Fred and William Marks, and a sister, Dorothy, are deceased.

Per Steve’s request, all services will be private. 




Henry A. “Hank” Spencer, 91

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 2/18, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Henry A. “Hank” Spencer, 91, passed away Sunday afternoon, Feb. 15, 2015, at Park Vista Retirement Community in Youngstown following a long and fulfilling life.

Henry was born June 9, 1923, in Youngstown, a son of the late Frank and Philomena Falasco Spencer, and was a lifelong area resident. He grew up in the Smokey Hollow neighborhood of Youngstown, where he was affectionately known as “Piccolo.”

He was a 1942 graduate of The Rayen School, and proudly served in Germany and France in the U.S. Army during World War II, earning a Purple Heart.

Hank owned and operated the 13th Frame Tavern on Mahoning Avenue in Youngstown from the mid-1960s until he retired in the early 1990s. Prior to that, he was a co-owner of Dot’s Tavern.

Mr. Spencer was a member of St. Brendan Church in Youngstown. He was an excellent and avid bowler who participated in many ABC National Tournaments. Hank was inducted into the Youngstown Bowlers Hall of Fame, and was inducted into the Curbstone Coaches Hall of Fame.

Hank was also passionate about the game of golf, and in his later years was known to play golf at least three times a week. He was an avid fan of both the Cleveland Browns and of the Cleveland Indians.
Hank leaves his wife of 51 years, Glenda Parker Spencer, whom he married June 15, 1963; four children, Randall B. Spencer of Canfield, Sheri (Robert) Pilolli of Youngstown, Lisa Spencer of Youngstown, and Jill (George) Houser of North Las Vegas; and seven grandchildren, each his pride and joy, Danielle Spencer, Anthony Spencer, Camryn Houser, Carly Houser, and Rocco Pilolli, Gino Pilolli, and Marco Pilolli.

Seven sisters, Nellie Sandora, Rose Ditosto, Edith Vitullo, Lucille Ditosto, Lena DePascale, Elizabeth Ratcliff, and Madeline Wilkie, and a brother, Louis Spencer, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, Feb. 18, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Funeral services will take place on THURSDAY (2/19) at 11 a.m. at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Brendan Church Memorial Fund, 2800 Oakwood Ave., Youngstown, OH 44509.

Hank’s family extends special thanks to Dr. Barbara Modic for her kindness and care over the years, and to the staff of Park Vista for the kindness and care given to Mr. Spencer and his family during his recent stay.




Mary P. Swerdan, 79

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., TUESDAY, 2/17, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Mary P. Swerdan, 79, passed away peacefully early Saturday morning, Feb. 14, 2015, at Park Vista Retirement Community in Youngstown.

Mary was born March 1, 1935, in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland, a daughter of the late Walter and Christine Stanton Cregoe, and came to America and to Youngstown from England in 1955.

She was a homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.
Mrs. Swerdan was a member of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church in Youngstown, and was active in the parish pyrohy project.

Her husband, Theodore Swerdan, whom she married June 5, 1954, passed away July 9, 2000.

Mary leaves three sons, Eugene W. (Janet) Swerdan of Youngstown, Roman P. (Marie) Swerdan of East Palestine, and Paul M. (Colleen) Swerdan of Vienna; six grandchildren, Gregory, Stephanie, Sean, Matt, Lucas, and Sarah; a brother, Thomas Cregoe of Ireland; and two sisters, Nancy Hayes of Ireland and Christina Malone of Liverpool, England.

Besides her husband, two sons, infant John Swerdan and Andrew Swerdan, a brother, Walter Cregoe, and two sisters, Catherine Kilbride and Elizabeth Leahy, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. on TUESDAY, Feb. 17, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown, where a prayer service will take place at 6 p.m.

Funeral services will begin at 10:15 a.m. on WEDNESDAY (2/18) at the funeral home, and will continue at 11 a.m. at Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church, 526 W. Rayen Ave., Youngstown.

Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery, where Mary will be laid to rest next to her husband.




Carmella “Nellie” Leone, 100

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., MONDAY, 2/16, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; calling hours from 10:30 to 11 a.m., TUESDAY, 2/17, at Western Reserve United Methodist Church in Canfield.]

YOUNGSTOWN – Carmella “Nellie” Leone, 100, formerly of Indianola Avenue, passed away peacefully Wednesday evening, Feb. 11, 2015, at Humility House in Austintown, where she enjoyed the last 11 years of her long and fulfilling life.

Carmel was born July 20, 1914, in Dunkirk, New York, a daughter of the late Rocco and Angeline Rado Acquavia, and came to this area in 1937.

She attended Dunkirk High School in her youth, and officially graduated from the school in 2014, receiving her diploma at the age of 100.

Nellie worked during World War II for Astatic Microphone in Youngstown. She also worked in the shoe department of Strouss’ Department Store in downtown Youngstown, and later for Master Shoe Store in the Uptown District.

Mrs. Leone was a member of St. Dominic Church in Youngstown.

Nellie loved to crochet and to bake, and helped her friends at St. Stanislaus Church make pirogies. She kept an immaculate home, and she will always be remembered as a “typical Italian mother” who loved everyone she knew.

Her husband, Jazz Leone, whom she married in 1937, passed away in 1991.

Mrs. Leone leaves three children, Joyce A. Aey of Austintown, Michael (Martha) Leone of Austintown, and Janice (Norman) Macias of Youngstown; seven grandchildren, Cheri Aey, Barbara (Tim) Rosenburg, Michael (Deborah) Leone, Mark Leone, David Terlecki, Norman Macias Jr., and Angel Macias; seven great-grandchildren, Tim, Brian, Michael, Maria, Aiden, Alijah, and Isaiah; and four sisters, Rosie Skelly of Austintown, Nancy St. George of Dunkirk, Helen Pantano of Buffalo, N.Y., and Jean Adamczak of Dunkirk.

Besides her husband, a sister, Mary Acquavia; two brothers, Msgr. Pat Acquavia and Frank Acquavia; and a son-in-law, John “Jack” Aey, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 4 on 7 p.m. on MONDAY, Feb. 16, at Kinnick Funeral Home 477 N. Meridian Rd., in Youngstown.

Family and friends may also call from 10:30 to 11 a.m. on TUESDAY (2/17) at Western Reserve United Methodist Church, 4580 Canfield Rd, Canfield, where funeral services will follow at 11 a.m.

Mrs. Leone’s family thanks the staff of Humility House for the kindness shown and care given to Nellie during her time there, and suggests memorial contributions be made in Nellie’s name to Humility House, 755 Ohltown Road, Austintown, OH 44515; or to Western Reserve United Methodist Church.




Thomas E. Moss Sr., 82
[No calling hours. Memorial service at a later date.]

AUSTINTOWN - Thomas E. Moss Sr., 82, passed away Thursday afternoon, Feb. 12, 2015, at Vista Center at The Ridge in Mineral Ridge, with his family by his side.

Thomas was born April 6, 1932, in Youngstown, a son of the late Joseph and Martha Ferguson Moss, and was a lifelong area resident.

He attended The Rayen School and subsequently enlisted in the U.S. Army, proudly serving for four years during the Korean War.

Mr. Moss worked for 44 years in the railroad industry. He worked for the Erie Railroad, the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad, and for Conrail before retiring.

Tom enjoyed taking care of his home, his daughter’s home, and he loved the time he spent with his family.

Tom leaves his wife of 61 years, Mary Jane McMahan Moss, whom he married Sept. 26, 1953; four children, Cynthia Moss of Austintown, Thomas E. Jr. (Lori) Moss of Austintown, Kelly (Brian) Johnston of Tacoma, Wash., and Jane Marie Moss of Austintown; four grandchildren, Amanda, Jenny, Robert, and Megan; four great-grandchildren, Jaylen, Joshua, Jaxson, and Anthony; and two sisters, Elsie Moretti of New Middletown and Isabelle (Roger) Plant of North Carolina.

Six siblings, Martha Louise Daye, Ida Mae Kemble, Earl Wayne Moss, Joseph Glenn Moss Jr., Betty Jane Goddard, and David Russell Moss, are deceased.
A memorial service will be planned for a later date.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Tom’s family thanks the staff at Vista Center at The Ridge, and the staff with Hospice of the Valley, for the kindness shown and care given to Mr. Moss and his family.




Virginia M. Kepko, 93

[Calling hours from 1 to 1:30 p.m., TUESDAY, 2/17, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

MIDDLEFIELD - Virginia M. Kepko, 93, formerly of Oran Drive in Youngstown, passed away peacefully Thursday morning, Feb. 12, 2015, at Briar Hill Health Care in Middlefield.

Virginia was born July 10, 1921, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Frank and Helen Hrabko Hrabko, and lived in this area nearly all of her life.

Mrs. Kepko was a graduate of South High School and had attended Youngstown State University.

She was a secretary for much of her working life, first for United Engineering in the 1940s, and then for Ohio Edison from the late 1940s through the 1960s, and finally for Carlson-Kepko Cooling & Heating, from 1970 until her retirement in 1982.

Virginia was a member of Mahoning United Methodist Church in Youngstown, where she was a member of the Priscilla Circle.

Ginny was a volunteer with the Gray Ladies Service for the American Red Cross at Woodside Receiving Hospital in Youngstown, during the 1950s and 1960s.

Her husband, Edward J. Kepko, whom she married Feb. 25, 1943, passed away Oct. 19, 2004.

Virginia leaves sister-in-law, Shirley Hrabko; a niece, Paula (Earl) Hrabko Donaldson; three nephews, Dr. Randall (Raquel) Hrabko, Daniel (Anne MacGill) Hrabko, and Rev. Edward (Cindy) Peterson, who cared for her in her last years; and many great-nieces and great-nephews.

Besides her husband, a sister, June Peterson, and a brother, Paul Hrabko, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 1 to 1:30 p.m. on TUESDAY, Feb. 17, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown, where funeral services will follow at 1:30 p.m.

Interment will follow at Belmont Park Cemetery in Liberty Township, where Ginny will be laid to rest next to her husband.

Memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Kepko’s name to First United Methodist Church of Middlefield (Land Fund), P.O. Box 207, Middlefield, OH 44062. 




Amy Shadle, 51

[Calling hours from 1 to 3 p.m., THURSDAY, 2/12, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

CANFIELD - Amy Shadle, 51, passed away late Saturday evening, Feb. 7, 2015, at her home, with her family by her side, following a brief but courageous battle with cancer.

Amy was born Feb. 24, 1963, in Canonsburg, Pa., a daughter of the late Earl “Casey” and Elizabeth Jane Rodgers, was a 1981 graduate of McDowell High School in Erie, Pa., and moved to Canfield with her family in 2002.

She was a devoted wife, mother and homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.

Amy loved NASCAR, and enjoyed following Kasey Kahne. She liked a wide variety of music, and was a lover of pets who was a superb caretaker of her dog, Toby. Mrs. Shadle loved spending time with her family and friends, and especially enjoyed the time spent with them poolside. 

She was a generous spirit who will be truly and sadly missed by all who loved her.

Amy is survived by her beloved husband of 30 years, Edward Loren Shadle, whom she married Sept. 22, 1984; her daughter, Lauren Casey Shadle of Canfield; a sister, Linda (Richard) May; a brother, David (Cindy) Rodgers; many nieces, nephews, and cousins; and many friends.

A daughter, Hannah Rose Shadle passed away in 2007. A brother, Tim, a sister, Betsy, and a niece, Katie, also preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 1 to 3 p.m. on THURSDAY, Feb. 12,at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where funeral services will follow at 3 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made in Amy’s name to Angels for Animals, 4750 West South Range Road, Canfield, OH  44406.




Twila L. Hoover, 89

[Calling hours from 4 to 5 p.m., TUESDAY, 2/10, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

McDONALD - Twila L. Hoover, 89, passed away Friday afternoon, Feb. 6, 2015, at St. Joseph Health Center in Warren.

Twila was born Dec. 8, 1925 in Sandy Lake, Pa., a daughter of the late Lawrence and Bertha Bond Clayton, was a 1942 graduate of Sandy Lake High School, and lived most of her life in Trumbull County. She and her husband lived in Andover at the Holiday Camplands for 25 years and spent their winters in Punta Gorda, Fla. They moved to McDonald in 2006.

Mrs. Hoover was a devoted wife, mother and homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends, who loved her very much.

Twila was a member of Liberty United Presbyterian Church in Liberty Township, and was a member the Steel Valley Square Dancing Group. She also enjoyed reading, playing cards, and collecting lion memorabilia. Additionally, she liked to write poetry.

Twila’s beloved husband of 62 years, Carl D. Hoover, whom she married Aug. 8, 1945, passed away Nov. 8, 2007.

She leaves her daughter, Cheryl Kucher of McDonald; her son, William (Nancy) Hoover of McDonald; four grandchildren, Eugene (Jennifer) Miligi, David (Janine) Miligi, Brian (Stacie) Hoover, and Lisa (Jose) Lugo; and 10 great-grandchildren, Carl and Gavin Miligi, Cody, Caleb, and Cassandra Dean, Ethan and Emily Lugo, and Ashton, Rylie, and Aubrie Hoover.

Besides her husband, five brothers, Ralph, John, Harry, Ivan, and Harold Clayton; a son-in-law, Robert Kucher; and a granddaughter-in-law, Shaundra Miligi, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 5 p.m., on TUESDAY, Feb. 10, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown, where funeral services will follow at 5 p.m.

Interment will be at a later date in Wesley, Pa.




Larry J. Lee, Sr., 63
[Calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., THURSDAY, 2/12, at First Baptist Church of Girard.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Larry J. Lee Sr., 63, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Larry was born July 20, 1951, in Youngstown, a son of the late Miles and Hazel Pauline Greathouse Lee, and was a lifelong area resident.

Mr. Lee was a member of First Baptist Church of Girard, and was a United States Army veteran, serving in 1972.

He greatly enjoyed working on cars, motorcycles, and being outdoors. Some of his favorite outdoor activities included fishing and camping, and he especially enjoyed the time he spent with his family.

Larry leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Deborah Ealy Lee, whom he married Feb. 18, 1995; four sons, Larry J. Jr. (Angela) Lee of Mineral Ridge, Tommy Lee (fiancee Satin Garvey) of Youngstown, William Lee (fiancee Tiffany Michaud) of Youngstown, and Larry Lee III of Youngstown; a daughter, Hazie Lelesch of Niles; three step-daughters, April (Brian) Williams of Brookfield, Deborah Britton of Youngstown, and Joy Medina (fiancé Mello Green) of Youngstown; two stepsons, Jimmy (Tona) Bable of Youngstown and Robert Britton of Youngstown; 12 grandchildren; three brothers, Jim (Joyce) Lee of Youngstown, Harold (Judy) Lee of Youngstown, and John (Betty) Lee of Liberty Township; and a sister, Lucy Lee of Struthers.

A son, Joseph Lee; four brothers Sonny, William, Scooter, and Miles Lee; and a sister, Pauline Jarvis, preceded him in death.

Family and friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. on THURSDAY, Feb. 12, at First Baptist Church of Girard, 7 E. Kline St. in Girard, where a memorial service will follow at 11 a.m.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard.

In lieu of flowers, Larry’s family suggests donations be made to the First Baptist Church of Girard.




Richard A. McGlynn Sr., 69

[Calling hours from 3 to 5 p.m., SUNDAY, 2/8, at Kinnick FH, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

GIRARD - Richard A. McGlynn, Sr., 69, passed away Monday evening, Feb. 2, 2015, at The Cleveland Clinic after an extended illness.

Richard was born Nov. 11, 1945, in Youngstown, a son of the late Paul McGlynn Sr. and Helen Hallwood Groner, and was raised by his mother Helen, and stepfather, Jack P. Groner and his father, Paul and stepmother, Jean.

Richard proudly served his country with the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. Upon his return home, he worked as a truck driver for various trucking companies and more recently was a construction worker with SET, Inc.

He will always be remembered as a "Mr. Fix-it" who could repair almost anything. He was an avid Cleveland Browns fan and enjoyed traveling with his wife, and spending time with his family.

Richard leaves his wife, Patricia A. Frank McGlynn, whom he married March 3, 1984;
five children, Ronald L. McGlynn (Ashley), Tammie (Steve) Harris, Richard A. Jr. (Jenn) McGlynn, Patrick (Nicole) McGlynn, and Todd (Regina) McGlynn; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren a sister, Paula McGlynn; two brothers, Lynn (Cindy) Groner and Paul V. II (Regina) McGlynn; and several nieces and nephews.

Family and friends may gather from 3 to 5 p.m. on SUNDAY, Feb. 8, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State Street, Girard, where a memorial service will begin at 4:30 p.m., with a military tribute at 5 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, Richard’s family suggests that anyone wishing to make a memorial contribution, do so by donating to the funeral home to help with final expenses.



Catherine "Norene" O'Connell, 89

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, 2/5, at Kinnick FH, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

GIRARD - Catherine “Norene” O’Connell, 89, passed away peacefully, Feb. 3, 2015, at her home after a long and fulfilling life.

Catherine was born Oct. 20, 1925, in Girard, a daughter of the late William E. Sr. and Frances Marie Swift O’Connell, and was a lifelong Girard resident.

Norene was a lifetime member of St. Rose Church and member of its Altar & Rosary Society.  She was a 1939 Graduate of St. Rose School and a 1943 graduate of Girard High School. She started work at the family’s business, O'Connell Hardware and later went on to work at Ohio Leather Works in Girard, until the company closed. She then became the Chief Deputy Clerk for the Girard Municipal Court, retiring in 1990.


Norene, or as she was affectionately known, “Aunt Rene,” was the proud matriarch of the O’Connell family.  Her deep Catholic faith and love of family was the cornerstone of her earthly life.  She enjoyed spending time with her family and instilled her love of card games to every generation. She was the “queen” of Kings in the Corner and lucky at Crazy Eights!  Her hallmark saying, “and we’re off like a herd of turtles,” was perfected as she had a pristine driving record as the perpetual front seat passenger.


Miss O’Connell leaves to cherish her memory, cousins, Martin, Robert, and Michael O’Connell, Sister Mary Ellen Vaughan, JoAnne Nagle, Karen Eichenberger, Judith O’Connell Smith, and Terry and Tim O’Malley; nieces and nephews, Kathleen Scott, Kevin O’Neill, Linda Della Valle, Barbara Kelly, Roy, Mike and Jeff Scott, Diane Pitts, Janet Toth, William O’Connell III, Joyce O’Connell Lewis, Carol Sopkovich, Susan Chiec, Joan Spalla, Brian Beck, Donna Mahoney, Kerry Beck, Erin Mary Angelo, and James Prevosnak; 42 great-nieces and great-nephews; and 12 great-great-nieces and great-great-nephews.


Three sisters, Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Scott, Joan Eileen Beck, and Ann Rita “Nancy” Prevosnak; three brothers, William E. O’Connell Jr., James F. O’Connell, and infant John; a niece Elaine O’Connell; and a nephew, Kelly John Beck, preceded Norene in death. 


Family and friends may call THURSDAY, Feb. 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St. Girard.

Funeral services will begin at 12:30 p.m. on FRIDAY (2/6) at the funeral home and continue with a Mass of Christian Burial which will be celebrated at 1 p.m. at St. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St. Girard.

Interment will follow at Girard City Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, Norene’s family suggests memorial contributions be made to St. Rose Church; or to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tenn. 38105.




Timothy Sheehan Kilbourne, 73
[No services or calling hours.]

McDONALD - Timothy Kilbourne, 73, passed away Monday afternoon, Feb. 2, 2015, at his home.

Timothy was born June 10, 1941, in Cleveland, a son of the late Stanley “Pat” and Anna Mae Sheehan-Watts Kilbourne, and came to this area as a child.
 
A 1959 graduate of McDonald High School, Mr. Kilbourne was a proud American who showed his love and respect for his country by serving in the United States Navy as a welder.
 
After being discharged from the service, Mr. Kilbourne continued using his welding skills while working for U.S. Steel in McDonald, and later in Baytown, Texas. After retiring from U.S. Steel, Tim worked with mentally challenged adults in Texas where he was affectionately known as “Mister Tim,” which is the nickname he went by until his passing.
 
Tim loved Texas, camping on the beach, and visiting the ocean. He enjoyed watching sports on TV and watching his grandson, Tanner, play football. “Mister Tim” especially loved his grandchildren, and the love he had for them is what brought him back to Ohio. Tim was loved by many for his great stories, and the positive light he shined on all.
 
He will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
 
Mr. Kilbourne leaves to cherish his memory, three sons William “Brian” Kilbourne of Columbus, Timothy Sheehan Kilbourne II of McDonald, and Michael Patrick Kilbourne of Abilene, Texas; seven grandchildren, Katie, Meghan, Jenna, McKenzie, Tanner, Jase, and Josh Kilbourne; a brother, Phillip (Sally) Kilbourne of McDonald; two nephews, Phillip Kilbourne of Girard and Stanley Kilbourne of New York City; a great-nephew, Tyler Kilbourne of Girard; and many friends.
 
Per Mr. Kilbourne’s request, there are no calling hours or services.
 
Arrangements have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard.




Mary V. "Jean" Kiliany, 95

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, 2/6, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN – Mary V. Kiliany, 95, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully Monday morning, Feb. 2, 2015, at her home, after a long and fulfilling life.

Mary, who was known to all as “Jean,” was born April 25, 1919, in Renovo, Pa., a daughter of the late Peter and Louise Egnozi Carnevale, and came to this area with her family as a child.

She was a 1937 graduate of East High School and worked at Woodside Receiving Hospital in the personnel office for 11 years, retiring in 1980.

Mrs. Kiliany was a member of St. Brendan Church and of its Altar & Rosary Society, and she generously volunteered at bingo and for church projects. She was also a member of the senior citizens groups at both St. Brendan and St. Christine parishes.

Jean greatly enjoyed playing cards and enjoyed working crossword puzzles. She loved to travel, visiting 12 countries and 42 states in her lifetime, and she loved the time she spent with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Her husband, James J. Kiliany, whom she married in 1945, passed away Jan. 9, 1995.

Mrs. Kiliany leaves her son, Dennis Kiliany of Youngstown; two daughters, Kathleen Berendt of Youngstown and Denise Bendelle of Clarendon Hills, Ill.; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a brother, James Carnevale of Cordova, Calif.

Besides her husband, two brothers, Richard and Robert Carnevale, and a sister, Viola Carnevale, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 4 on 7 p.m. on FRIDAY (2/6) at Kinnick Funeral Home 477 N. Meridian Rd., in Youngstown, where a prayer service will take place at 3:45 p.m.

Funeral services will begin at 12:30 p.m. on SATURDAY (2/7) at the funeral home and continue with a Mass of Christian Burial which will be celebrated at 1 p.m. at St. Brendan Church, 2800 Oakwood Ave., Youngstown.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, where Jean will be laid to rest next to her husband.

In lieu of flowers, Jean’s family requests memorial contributions be made to the Dorothy Day House, P.O. Box 863, Youngstown, OH 44501.




Anne Backus, 88

[Calling hours from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., SATURDAY, 2/7, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Anne Backus, 88, passed away peacefully Saturday morning, Jan. 31, 2015, at Crandall Medical Center in Sebring.

Anne was born Dec. 13, 1926, in Stankovce, Slovakia, a daughter of the late Andrew and Mary Bayus Machuga, and came to America and to Youngstown with her family in November of 1936.

She enjoyed spending most of her life in Youngstown, and also enjoyed raising her two daughters and caring for her family. In 1995 Anne moved to Lake Milton to be closer to her family.

Mrs. Backus was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Holy Name of Jesus Church, and was also a member of its Ladies Guild, Rosary Society, Senior Citizens Group, and church choir. She was active in her church for many years as a bingo worker and baker and was always willing to lend a helping hand when needed.

Her husband, Edward N. Backus, whom she married Nov. 6, 1948, passed away Dec. 13, 1993.

Anne leaves her two daughters, Mary Ann (Joseph) Gardner of Lake Milton, and Andrea M. Backus of Palm Harbor, Florida; and her granddaughter, Tiffany (Adam) Wood of San Pedro, California.

Besides her husband, two brothers, Michael and Paul Machuga, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on SATURDAY, Feb. 7, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown. 

Funeral services will begin at 9:30 a.m. on SATURDAY (2/7) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. at Holy Name of Jesus Church, 613 North Lakeview Avenue, Youngstown.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery.

Anne's family extends sincere thanks to the staff at Crandall Medical Center, and at Hospice of the Valley for the kindness shown and care given to Anne during her illness.




Lamar Andrew Boyer, 79

[Calling hours from 12:30 to 2 p.m., SATURDAY, 2/7, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Lamar Andrew Boyer, 79, passed away Monday morning, Feb. 2, 2015.

Lamar was born Feb. 21, 1935, in Lawberry, Pa., a son of the late Harry and Ada Bohr Boyer. He grew up in Cornwall, Pa., and came to Austintown in 1973 after retiring from the U.S. Navy.

After high school Lamar joined the Navy, and proudly served for 20 years. After his honorable discharge, he worked for General Electric in Youngstown, retiring in 1988.

Mr. Boyer was a member of St. Michael Orthodox Church in Youngstown, and he was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association.

He enjoyed fishing, hunting, old war movies, and he loved to watch the History Channel.

Lamar leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife, Suzanna Olejar Boyer, whom he married in St. Michael Orthodox Church on July 18, 1959; a daughter, Lynn (Rich) Morris of Naperville, Ill.; three grandchildren, R.J., Eric, and Michael Morris; a brother, Harry (Alice) Boyer of Newmanstown, Pa.; a sister, Delores McLaughlin of Watertown, New York; several dear nieces and dear nephews; and several great-nieces and great-nephews.

A daughter, Gail Boyer Shesky, preceded Lamar in death.

Family and friends may call from 12:30 to 2 p.m., SATURDAY, Feb. 7, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd. in Youngstown, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.

Interment will follow at Tod Homestead Cemetery in Youngstown. 




Lillian Deak, 79

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, 2/6, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; calling hours from 9 to 10  a.m., SATURDAY, 2/7, at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Canfield.]

YOUNGSTOWN – Lillian M. Deak, 79, passed away peacefully Monday morning, Feb. 2, 2015, at Hospice House, with her family by her side.

Lillian was born May 22, 1935, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Clyde and Violet Jennings Thompson, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a graduate of Chaney High School and dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.

Mrs. Deak was an active member of Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Canfield. She volunteered and helped out at Victory Lutheran Church, serving breakfasts on Saturdays. Lillian attended every possible event in which her grandchildren participated in, including banquets, sporting events, concerts, and plays.

Her husband, Joseph Deak, whom she married April 7, 1956, passed away June 7, 2009.

Lillian leaves to cherish her memory, her son, Joseph C. (Deborah) Deak of Madison; a daughter, Dianne (Rick) Hanuschak of Austintown; seven grandchildren, Joseph Deak, Douglas Deak, David Deak, Alyson Deak, Brett Hanuschak, Kayla Hanuschak, and Ashley Hanuschak; and a sister, Donna (Jack) Jones of Boardman.

Besides her husband, a brother, Elton Thompson, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on FRIDAY (2/6) at Kinnick Funeral Home 477 N. Meridian Rd., in Youngstown.

Family and friends may also call from 9 to 10 a.m. on SATURDAY (2/7) at Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 550 North Broad St., in Canfield, where funeral services will take place at 10 a.m.

Interment will follow at Tod Homestead Cemetery in Youngstown, where Lillian will be laid to rest next to her husband.
 
Memorial contributions may be made in Lillian's name to Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Canfield.




Joseph F. Marshall, Sr., 90
[Calling hours from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., FRIDAY, 2/6, at Holy Name of Jesus Church in Youngstown.]

MINERAL RIDGE - Joseph Frank Marshall Sr., 90, formerly of Youngstown, a devoted servant of God, was called home Monday, Feb. 2, 2015, passing away at ValleyCare Northside Medical Center in Youngstown.

Joseph was born June 2, 1924, in Ruzomberola, Czechoslovakia, a son of the late Martin and Hermina Marshall, and came to the U.S. and Youngstown with his family at the age of 12.

Mr. Marshall was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Holy Name of Jesus Church in Youngstown, where he faithfully attended Mass each Sunday and on Holy Days of Obligation. He was a councilman at the church, and read the “Passion of Christ” in Slovak on Palm Sundays for many years.

As a young man, Joe was a talented baseball player and was drafted into the Major Leagues. He declined to pursue a future in baseball in order to serve his country in the U.S. Army during World War II, and he participated in the famous Battle of the Bulge in Europe.

Mr. Marshall worked for many years for U.S. Steel at the Ohio Works, and retired as a stationary engineer. The song “Youngstown,” written and sung by Bruce Springsteen, was based on a book, “Journey to Nowhere,” which featured Joe and his son, Joseph Jr., about the lives of steelworkers after the mills closed. The line, “Them big boys did what Hitler couldn’t do” was a quote accredited to Joe Sr. Springsteen later dedicated a concert held in Youngstown to the Marshall family.

Mr. Marshall appeared on the NBC “Today Show” with his family because of the book, and he was also featured in a second book about Youngstown steelworkers.

Joe leaves his beloved wife of 66 years, Agatha M. Innocenzi Marshall, whom he married Sept. 30, 1948; his son, Joseph F. Marshall Jr. of Columbus; his daughter, Ellen L. Cassata of Mineral Ridge; three grandsons, Joseph P. Marshall, Joseph F. Cassata, and Andrew F. Marshall; several nieces and nephews; and several great-nieces and great-nephews. 

A brother, Martin Marshall, is deceased.

Family and friends may call from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on FRIDAY, Feb. 6, at Holy Name of Jesus Church, 613 N. Lakeview Ave., Youngstown, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m.

Committal services will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown.



Clifford Joseph Wachuck, 53
[Calling hours from 4 to 8 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 2/4, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Clifford Joseph Wachuck, 53, passed away unexpectedly late Sunday afternoon, Feb. 1, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown after suffering a heart attack at his home.

Clifford was born Feb. 19, 1961, in Youngstown, a son of the late Steve and Mary Sosnowski Wachuck, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1979 graduate of Wilson High School, and had attended Youngstown State University.

Clifford worked for ABL Distribution in Youngstown as a night shift supervisor, and prior to that had worked for Tri-County Distributing for 20 years. Cliff also worked for Golden String, Inc., a division of The Purple Cat.

He was a member of St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church in Austintown, and enjoyed volunteering his time at the parish festivals. Cliff was a member of the Youngstown Parrot Heads, and of the St. George Croatian Lodge, No. 66, on Vestal Road. 

He was an avid fan of YSU Penguin athletics, and was a member of the Penguin on a Stick Tailgate Crew. Cliff enjoyed golfing and visiting the ocean, and he especially enjoyed the time he spent with family and friends.

Cliff leaves his wife, Sally A. Williams Wachuck, whom he married May 24, 2014; his daughter, Anna Wachuck of Austintown; his sister, Donna (Richard) McConnell of Mercer, Pa.; his brother, Steve Wachuck of Friendswood, Texas; two stepchildren, Courtney Renee Schanz of Broadview Heights and Lance Cpl. Patrick Schanz, with the U.S. Marine Corps, stationed in Cherry Point , North Carolina; several nieces and nephews; and his beloved English mastiff, “Oz.”

His first wife, Nadine Mehalco Wachuck, whom he married Sept. 9, 1989, passed away March 8, 1995.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, Feb. 4, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where a prayer service will take place at 5 p.m.

Funeral services will begin  at 10:15 a.m. on THURSDAY (2/5) at the funeral home, and will continue at 11 a.m. with a Divine Liturgy to be celebrated at St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.




Hazel M. Genevish, 59

[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, 2/6, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

BOARDMAN - Hazel M. Genevish, 59, passed away peacefully Saturday morning, Jan. 31, 2015, at Hospice House.

Hazel was born Aug. 18, 1955, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Malcolm and Isabell Genevish, and was a lifelong area resident.

She attended the Center @ Javitt Court Workshop, and she enjoyed vacations, especially to Graceland, where she had visited twice with her friend and roommate, the late Beatrice Graham. Hazel enjoyed listening to music, especially Elvis and Michael Jackson, and she enjoyed watching wrestling, Dukes of Hazard, and Touched by an Angel. She especially loved visiting her many friends at the workshop.
Hazel leaves several nieces and nephews, including, Amy Rhodes of Youngstown, Carmand Wright Jr. of Austintown, Craig (Jonnie) Wright of Youngstown, Staci Brown of North Carolina, and Randall Conn of Arizona; two brothers-in-law, William Conn of Youngstown and Carmand Wright Sr. of Austintown; several great-nieces and great-nephews, including, Jocelyn, Tabitha, Miranda, Brianna, Sabrina, Nathan, Dylan, Aiden, and Kyle; and many, many friends.

Besides her parents, three sisters, Patricia Conn, Linda Wright, and Ruth Dobrowlski, and a brother, Michael “Mickey” Genevish, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, Feb., 6, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where a memorial service will follow at 7 p.m.

Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery at a later date, where she will be laid to rest with her brother.

Hazel’s family thanks the staff of Siffrin, Inc. for taking care of Hazel throughout her life, and her family is also grateful to the staff of Hospice House for the kindness shown and care given to Hazel and to her family during her illness.

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