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Joseph J. Matulek, 84
[Calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., TUESDAY, 12/23, at St. Joseph Church in Austintown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Joseph J. Matulek, 84, passed away peacefully early Saturday evening, Dec. 20, 2014, at Humility House following a long and fulfilling life.

Joseph was born Sept. 25, 1930, in Youngstown, a son of the late Joseph and Jennie Husick Matulek, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1948 graduate of The Rayen School, and was a four-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, honorably discharged as Sargent in 1952.

Mr. Matulek owned and operated Don & Joe’s Auto Service, on the corner of Indianola and Hillman Avenues, for 38 years, retiring Sept. 25, 1992.

Joe was a member of St. Joseph Church in Austintown, where he was a member of the Men’s Club and the yard crew.

He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

His wife, Jean Schiffauer Matulek, whom he married May 14, 1960, passed away April 4, 2010.

Joseph leaves to cherish his memory his daughter, Donna (Dr. Michael) Sekman of Canfield; his son, John Matulek of Canfield; four grandchildren, Melissa Sekman, Christopher Sekman, Alyssa Greece, and Colton Matulek; and a sister-in-law, Carmel Matulek of Berlin Center.

Besides his wife, a brother, Donald, is also deceased .

Family and friends may gather from 10 to 11 a.m. on TUESDAY, Dec. 23, at St. Joseph Church on New Road in Austintown, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m.

A committal service with military honors will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, where Joe will be laid to rest next to his wife.

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

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Joseph’s name to Friends of Fido, P.O. Box 14155, Poland, OH 44514.

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Rae Glass, 87
[Memorial service at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; date and time pending.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Rae Glass, 87, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully late Friday morning, Dec. 19, 2014, at Hospice House.

Rae was born Nov. 2, 1927, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Bernard L. and Rachel Dewell Glass, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1945 graduate of South High School and earned a masters degree in medical technology from Youngstown State University.

Rae worked for Northside Medical Center for 44 years, retiring as a laboratory supervisor in 1992.

She enjoyed travel, reading, and golf.

Rae leaves several nieces, nephews, and friends.

Five brothers, Chester, Thomas, George, Bernard, and Donald Glass, and three sisters, Bernice Measmer, Blanche Keish, and Viola Beight, preceded her in death.

A memorial service is pending, and will take place at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Rae’s family thanks the staff of Hospice House for the kindness shown and care given to Rae and her family during her time there.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice House, 9803 Sharrott Rd., Poland, 44514.

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Terrie A. Fodrey, 55
[No calling hours. Private memorial service at a later date.]

LORDSTOWN - Terrie A. Fodrey, 55, passed away Friday evening, Dec. 12, 2014, at Trumbull Memorial Hospital following a sudden heart attack.

Terrie was born Feb. 22, 1959, in Beaver, Pa., a daughter of Earl and Anna Lehman, and lived for the past three years in Lordstown.

She was a graduate of Freedom Area High School in Freedom, Pa., and worked for several years at Austinwoods Rehabilitation & Health Care Center in Austintown as an activities specialist.

Terrie will always be remembered for the love that she shared with her family, and for being a devoted and loving grandmother.

Terrie leaves two sons, Brian P. (Elizabeth) Fodrey of Mebane, North Carolina and Kevin L. (Ashley) Fodrey of Ravenna; two grandchildren, Landon and Alyssa; her parents, Earl and Anna of Andover; and a sister, Penny (Dick) Waggoner of Freedom, Pa.

A brother, Buddy Lehman, is deceased.

A private memorial service is planned for a later date.

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

Memorial contributions may be made in Terrie’s name to the American Heart Association, through https://donate.heart.org.

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Richard “Johnny Kay” Kutan, 88
[Private services.]

MARYSVILLE - Richard Kutan, 88, a longtime resident of Austintown, passed away peacefully late Friday evening, Dec. 5, 2014, at the Gables of Green Pastures in Marysville, after a long and fulfilling life.
A well-known local disc jockey and radio personality who was known professionally as “Johnny Kay,” Dick was born Oct. 14, 1926, in Youngstown, a son of the late Richard and Nellie Nicola Kutan, and lived in this area for much of his life until moving to Marysville in 2012.

He was a 1944 graduate of The Rayen School and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Dick graduated from the Northwestern University Navy Radio School and the National Radio School of Cleveland, and subsequently worked for several radio stations around the country.

In 1961, he came home to the Youngstown area, and began working as a disc jockey at WHOT. In 1980, he became the program director for WFMJ, and retired in 1987. Much to the delight of his fans, Johnny Kay reentered the workforce in 1993, and hosted programs on WHOT, WNIO, and WSOM radio stations. He also hosted “Who’s News in Austintown” on cable TV public access Channel 19 in Austintown.
Dick was an active member and an elder of Tabernacle Evangelical Presbyterian Church, and was involved in moving the church from its downtown Youngstown location to its present location on South Raccoon Road in Austintown. During his "retirement" from broadcasting he served on the staff of the church as Director of Lay Ministry. For many years he was overseer of the church food pantry and volunteered his time at the Rescue Mission. He was also co-chair of a church fund-raising project to construct a community all-purpose building that later became a reality.
Dick leaves his beloved wife of 53 years, Shelley Fogel Kutan; four children, Robin (Troy) Wright of Marysville, Richard (Shawn) Kutan of Canfield, Terry Werner of Butler, Pa., and Charles (Cheryl) Kutan of Houston, Texas; eight grandchildren, Caila, Andrew, Jacob, Alannah, Danielle, Nathan, Douglas, and Chas; a niece, Paula Clarke; and a cousin, Jodie Lewis.
A brother, Norman Kutan and a sister, Louise Shank, are deceased.
Per Dick’s request, private funeral services were held. Interment with military honors took place at Green Haven Memorial Gardens.

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

His family suggests that anyone wishing to make material contributions, do so by donating to the Alzheimer’s Association through http://www.alz.org/join_the_cause_donate.asp

Richard’s family sends sincere thanks to all of Johnny Kay’s listeners for their loyalty and friendship throughout the years. “Thanks for the memories.”

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Fred J. Ragozzine, 89
[Calling hours from 11 a.m. to Noon, MONDAY, 12/15, at St. Rose Church in Girard.]

GIRARD - Fred J. Ragozzine, 89, passed away early Thursday morning, Dec. 11, 2014, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Fred was born June 26, 1925, in Canfield, a son of the late Pasquale and Frances Simione, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1942 graduate of Girard High School, where he was the captain of the football team and a star football player. He subsequently served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and then worked for Syro Steel, and later for Republic Steel in Niles.

Mr. Ragozzine was a member of St. Rose Church, and was also a member of the IFH Club in Girard. He loved horses and greatly enjoyed going to Mountaineer Park racetrack in West Virginia.

Fred leaves a sister Gloria (Stanley) O’Day of Warren, and several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, a sister, Jennie Roseman, and brothers, Anthony, Joseph, Raymond, and Frank Ragozzine, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 11 a.m. to noon on MONDAY, Dec. 15, at St. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St., Girard, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at noon.

Interment will follow at Girard City Cemetery.

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

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Dominic F. Airato, 89
[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, 12/12, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

GIRARD - Dominic Airato, 89, passed away early Wednesday morning at Autumn Hills Care Center in Niles.

Dominic was born May 18, 1925, in Girard, a son of the late Antonio and Concetta Gambino Airato, and was a life long area resident.

He was a 1944 graduate of Girard High School, and worked as a machinist for 18 years at U.S. Steel in McDonald, and for 25 years at Packard Electric in Warren.

Mr. Airato was a member of St. Rose Church in Girard. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 2935, and was an avid bowler and golfer, participating in the Knights of Columbus bowling and golf leagues. Dominic loved to watch football, work crossword puzzles, and he especially enjoyed spending time with his family.

Dominic leaves his wife of nearly 60 years, Frances Gugliotta Airato, whom he married June 4, 1955; two daughters, Antoinette Airato of Cleveland and Geraldine (Henry Culver) Airato of Larkspur, Colo.; a sister-in-law, Anna Conigliaro of Baltimore Md.; a brother-in-law, Frank Gugliotta of Louisville, Ky.; and many nieces and nephews

A brother, Carmen J. Airato, and sisters, Rose Airato and Mary Rozzo, preceded him in death.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. on FRIDAY, Dec. 12, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard.

Funeral services will begin at noon on SATURDAY, Dec. 13, at the funeral home, and will continue at 12:30 p.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at St. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St., Girard.

Interment will follow at Girard City Cemetery.

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Rose M. Griffiths, 89
[Calling hours from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., THURSDAY, 12/11, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in McDonald.]

McDONALD - Rose M. Griffiths, 89, passed away early Sunday morning, Dec. 7, 2014, at Hospice House.

Rose was born Feb. 8, 1925, in Girard, a daughter of the late Pasquale and Filomena DiRubba Cervone, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in McDonald. 

Rose enjoyed gardening, quilting, playing bingo, and she especially enjoyed cooking for and spending time with her family.

Her husband, Oron O. Griffiths, whom she married May 15, 1946, passed away July 7, 1998.

Mrs. Griffiths leaves her son, Kenneth J. (Kathleen) Griffiths of McDonald; her daughter, Frances (Kenneth) Klinger of Gainesville, Fla.; three grandchildren, Kimberly (David) McNabb of Gainesville, Kelly (Lindsay) Roberts of Jacksonville, Fla., and Bradley Griffiths (Candace Heitman) of McDonald; and a great-grandson, Zachary McNabb.

Besides her husband, three brothers, Joseph Cervone, Frank Cervone, John Cervone; and four sisters, Margaret Tripoti, Catherine Gerner, Christina Morbit, and Mary Cupan, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on THURSDAY, Dec. 11, at Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Church, 618 Ohio Ave., McDonald, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 5:30 p.m.

Interment will take place at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, where Rose will be laid to rest next to her husband.

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

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice House, 9803 Sharrott Rd., Poland, OH 44514.

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Patrick Joseph Luther, 56
[Calling hours from 2 to 3 p.m,, SATURDAY, 12/13, at Christ Memorial Baptist Church in Warren.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Patrick Joseph Luther, 56, passed away unexpectedly Saturday evening, Dec. 6, 2014, at his home.

Pat was born March 28, 1958, in Youngstown, a son of James and Judith A. Allison Luther, and lived most of his life in the area.

He was a 1976 graduate of Chaney High School, and worked for Allied Erecting years ago.

Patrick will always be remembered for his “free spirit” and for the love that he shared with his family.

Pat leaves his son, Dominic J. Luther; his mother and stepfather, Judy and Sanford Lazar of Youngstown; his stepmother, Joyce Luther of Austintown; five brothers, Pastor David J. (Cindy) Luther of Warren, Michael A. (Vickie) Luther of Twinsburg, James M. Luther, with whom he made his home, Jeffrey P. Luther of Cranberry Township, Pa., and Shawn P. Luther of Youngstown; two sisters, Barbara J. (Michael) Liptay of Huron and Shannon M. Luther of Austintown; and many nieces and nephews.

His father, James Luther, is deceased.

Family and friends may gather from 2 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13, at Christ Memorial Baptist Church, 2711 Youngstown Road, in Warren, where a memorial service will follow at 3 p.m.

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

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Katheryna Kawecki, 86
[Calling hours from 5 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 12/10, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Katheryna Kawecki, 86, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully Sunday evening, Dec. 7, 2014, at her home.

Katheryna was born Jan. 24, 1928, in Horodena, Sambir, Ukraine, a daughter of the late Michael and Pauline Pawlowycz, and came to America and Youngstown in 1958. 

She was a homemaker and a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Youngstown.

Her husband, Michael Kawecki, whom she married in 1953, died Jan. 18, 2004. 

Katheryna leaves several nieces, nephews, and friends.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, Dec. 10, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown, where a prayer service will be held at 6:30 p.m. 

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on THURSDAY (12/11) at the funeral home, and continue at 10 a.m. at Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 1025 N. Belle Vista Avenue, Youngstown.

Interment will follow at the parish cemetery. 

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Cheyenne Grace Kriech, 20
[No calling hours. Memorial service to take place at a later date.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Cheyenne Grace Kriech, 20, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Dec. 1, 2014, at her home.

Cheyenne was born Nov. 10, 1994, in Austintown, a daughter of Jody and the late Barb J. Johnson Kriech, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a graduate of Mahoning County High School, and was currently in the process of making plans to continue her education.

Cheyenne loved animals and volunteered with Angels for Animals. She loved spending summers at her grandparents home in Haywood Beach and Geneva-on-the-Lake on the shores of Lake Erie with the many friends she made there, especially Taylor and Holly. 

Cheyenne is survived by her one-year-old son, Kenny “Woody” Perkins, Jr.; her father, Jody Kriech and her sister, Hannah Kriech, each of Austintown; her grandparents, Tom and Carole Kriech of Austintown and Pastor Ross E. and Lois Johnson of Columbus; a great-grandmother, Betty Crozier of Austintown; aunts, Kim (Dave) Perry of Columbus and Terry (Larry) Nemecek of Cleveland; uncles Shawn Kriech of Youngstown and Roger Johnson of Austintown; and many cousins and extended family members.

A memorial service will be planned for a later date.
 
Arrangements have been entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown. 

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Edward Louis Thomas Domitrovich, 81
[Private services were held.]

MCDONALD - “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord,” are words that come to mind when describing the lifelong resident of McDonald, Edward Louis Thomas Domitrovich, who passed away peacefully at Northside Medical Center in Youngstown on Sunday, Nov. 30, while holding the hands of three of his children.

Edward was born July 27, 1933, in McDonald, on Grant Street, and graduated from McDonald High School in 1951, where he played trombone in the marching band, played violin in the school orchestra, and participated in football and track & field.

After high school, while working for U.S. Steel at the McDonald Works, he was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1952, and served faithfully. He competed on the All-Army track team and became a tank commander at Fort Campbell/Fort Knox, where he trained recruits in the 3rd Armor Division for the Korean War.

Upon his discharge from the military, he returned to McDonald, and continued to work in the steel mill while earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in health and physical education from Youngstown College. He worked at U.S. Steel for 30 years, becoming an electrician and head of the electrical substation where he was an operator. Ed was one of the very last to be at the mill when U.S. Steel ceased operations.

While at Youngstown College, Ed was an accomplished athlete, holding a school record in track & field in the pole vault, and he competed in the discus. Later, he used his degree to volunteer instruction at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church grade school as a teacher, and he also was a substitute teacher at various public schools throughout the county. As a member of OLPH he served on Parish Council, taught CCD, was a lector, and participated in bible study.

In 1956, Ed married Jeanette Rita Sudol, and for almost 48 years they shared a loving, faith-oriented and family-oriented marriage that was blessed with 12 children and nine grandchildren. Two sisters, Katherine and Barbara, along with offspring, David (Jami), Jeannette, Bartholomew (Kimberly), Elizabeth, Perpetua, Thomas (Valerie), Wisdom, Louis (Laura), John, and Mary Kay, and nine grandchildren, survive Edward. 

His parents, Mary and Louis; his wife, Jeannette; and two sons, Michael and Edward, preceded him in death.

In 1961, Ed became McDonald Village Water Department clerk, which was the beginning of 37 years of service to his hometown. After earning his wastewater certification in the early 1980s, he went to work full-time for McDonald Village as superintendent of the wastewater treatment plant. After a promotion in 1987, Ed became the administrator for the Village of McDonald. For the next 11 years he worked at beautifying the village, Woodland Park, and the streets. While he was the administrator, the mayor and village council elected to put signs up at the entrances of McDonald that read, “Ohio's Finest Village,” and the signs are still there today. Ed retired from village administration in 1998.

The donation of his time and resources to the benefit of all was tremendous. He especially enjoyed doing whatever he could to brighten the lives of children of all ages, in whatever capacity he could. Edward always said, "Whatever you do, do it as if you are working for God." In every facet of his life, that was evident. The outpouring from his heart and hands was second to none, and as busy as he was, he always found time for family. First and foremost though, was his faith. The love he showed both publicly and privately for Our Great Lord, Jesus Christ and the Trinity was truly amazing. Every aspect of his existence was spent trying to do as the Father would want. 

Of next importance was his family. From his earliest days, Edward was laying the foundation of faith within their lives and always made time to be together. Some of his fondest moments with his family came in the form of prayer sessions, cooking, family dinners, lamb roasts, listening to WKTL radio and casual conversation. Other memories include timing the runs of both his kids and the neighbors on the streets of McDonald, and then doing so for his grandchildren; stumping everyone with his trivia questions; taking his wife dancing; playing Scrabble; and treasure hunting with his metal detectors.

Throughout his life he always wanted to provide service to his community. He served as a village councilman, and school board member for eight years and was school board president for two. For over 30 years, he was a track & field official with the Ohio High School Athletic Association. He became a starter and field event judge for state-sanctioned competitions. In addition, Ed was a coach for 39 years, starting his own track club in the summer of 1976. While coaching the Blue Angel Track & Field Club, he also coached for local high schools. During this time, he trained over 30 state discus qualifiers and many state champions. He was also active in the Jaycees, Knights of Columbus, Strossmayer Picnic Center, and the Croatian Fraternal Lodge.

One of Edward’s favorite quotes was, “Christ is the head of this house; the unseen guest at every meal; the silent listener to every conversation.”

A private prayer service and interment was held on Dec. 2, at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, with Msgr. John Zuraw officiating.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard.

Ed’s family has set up a charity in his name that will benefit local track and field athletes for years to come, helping with their endeavors after high school. Donations may be sent to: Ed Domitrovich Charitable Fund, c/o Community Foundation of Western PA and Eastern OH, 7 W. State Street, Suite 301, Sharon, Pa. 16146.

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Mildred Joyce O’Connell, 84
[Calling hours from 3 to 7 p.m., THURSDAY, 12/4, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, in Girard.]

GIRARD - Mildred Joyce O’Connell, 84, passed away Monday morning, Dec. 1, 2014, at her home following a brief illness.

Mrs. O’Connell was born Oct. 20, 1930, in Girard, a daughter of the late Thomas E. and Sarah Rafferty McAllister, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1948 graduate of Girard High School and attended Youngstown College, studying business and English.

In the late 1940s and early 1950s, she worked as a clerical assistant and bookkeeper for Hochadel Insurance Agency in Girard. While raising a family, she worked in several occupations and business ventures, which included running a plumbing business with her husband, and owning a secretarial service with her sister, Joan.

For over 20 years, she worked for the Youngstown Vindicator, starting as a correspondent writing social and club news, and eventually moving into hard news coverage of city council and school board meetings, court proceedings, and politics.

In 1979, Mrs. O’Connell went to work as an auxiliary services clerk at St. Rose School, retiring in June of this year.

Mrs. O’Connell was a lifelong member of St. Rose Church and a volunteer usher at DeYor Performing Arts Center in Youngstown. She also helped to raise funds and awareness to start the Fairhaven School Program in Niles. Mrs. O’Connell also served as executive secretary of the Girard Chamber of Commerce.

Her husband, James F. O’Connell, whom she marred Aug. 23, 1952, passed away in January of 1989.

Mrs. O’Connell leaves four daughters, Joyce (William Lewis) O’Connell, Carol (John) Sopkovich, Susan (John) Chiec, and Joan (Jeff) Spalla, each of Girard; and eight grandchildren, Christopher Sopkovich, M.D., Jennifer Sopkovich, M.D., Atty. James Lewis, Sarah Lewis, Jack Lewis, Lauren Chiec, Hayley Spalla, and Matthew Spalla.

Besides her husband, a daughter, Elaine O’Connell; sisters, Rosemary Cleary, Elizabeth Cox, Martha Johnston, Sarah Joan Madison, Evelyn McClurkin, and Ruth Parker; and brothers, John and Thomas McAllister, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 3 to 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, Dec. 4, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard.

Funeral services will begin at 10:30 a.m. on FRIDAY, Dec. 5, at the funeral home, and will continue at 11 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at St. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St., Girard.

Interment will follow at Girard City Cemetery, where Mrs. O’Connell will be laid to rest next to her husband and daughter.

In lieu of flowers, Mrs. O’Connell’s family suggests memorial contributions be made to St. Rose School, 61 E. Main St., Girard.

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Robert V. Brown, 78
[Calling hours from 10 to 11:15 a.m. on THURSDAY, 12/4, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Robert V. “Bob” Brown, 78, passed away peacefully early Sunday afternoon, Nov. 30, 2014, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown, with his family by his side. 

Bob was born Nov. 15, 1936, in Youngstown, a son of the late Peter and Elsie Straub Brown, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1954 graduate of Ursuline High School, was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and earned a degree in business from Youngstown University.

He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 20 years, retiring in 2001.

Mr. Brown was a member of St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Church in Youngstown, and he was a member of Branch No. 30 of the Saxon Club.

Bob was the head football coach for many years at Byzantine Catholic Central School. He was involved in his children’s and grandchildren’s sports, and he and his wife enjoyed playing cards and going to casinos. Until recently, Bob and his wife also attended all of YSU’s home football games.

Bob was a loving husband, father, and grandfather, and leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 46 years, Mary Fabian Sopkovich Brown, whom he married Aug. 10, 1968; his son, Bob (Carla) Brown of Austintown; his daughter, Barbra (Chris) Swope of Bainbridge Township; two stepchildren, Michael (Alyce) Sopkovich of Perrysburg and Mari (Robert) Koblenzer of Solon; 11 grandchildren, Emily, Rachel, Elizabeth, Rose, Annie, Abby, Shayla, Steven, Declan, Anya, and Eden; five great-grandchildren, Lennon, Ryker, Leah, Cameron, and Jordan; and several nieces and nephews, including Tom (Carolyn) Brown and Lisa (Ron) Oldland.

A granddaughter, Megan, a sister, Nancy, and a brother, Thomas, preceded Bob in death.

Family and friends may call from 10 to 11:15 a.m. on THURSDAY, Dec. 4, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where funeral services will take place at 11:30 a.m.

A committal service will follow at St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Cemetery on South Schenley Avenue in Youngstown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Bob’s name to the St. Mary Byzantine Church Chapel Fund; or to High Pointe Assembly of God Church, 5716 Struthers Rd., Lowellville, OH 44436; or to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 (or donate by phone, 1-800-805-5856).

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Joan Maria Senvisky, 65
[Memorial Mass at 11 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, 12/3, at St. Paul Catholic Church in Salem.]

GREEN TOWNSHIP - Joan Maria Senvisky, 65, passed away early Saturday morning, Nov. 29, 2014, at her home following a brief but courageous battle with cancer.

Joan was born April 28, 1949, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Joseph J. and Mary Popa Dancak, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1967 graduate of Ursuline High School, attended Youngstown State University, and had worked as a district supervisor for the Lemon Tree Florist for 20 years.

In addition to being a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and homemaker, Joan enjoyed gardening, crafts, and floral design.

Mrs. Senvisky leaves her husband, James A. Senvisky, whom she married Oct. 4, 1969; two sons, James J. (Shannon) Senvisky of Poland and Jason J. Senvisky of Austintown; a daughter, Jennifer L. Senvisky (Eli) of Salem; four grandchildren, Kayla, Dakota, Ava, and Collin; and a sister, Mary Monica (David) Dancak-Metcalf of Beaver Township.

Two brothers, Joseph J. Dancak and John J. Dancak, are deceased.

A memorial Mass will take place at 11 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3, at St. Paul Catholic Church, 935  East State Street, in Salem.

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

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Harman C. Ansevin, 90
[No calling hours. Memorial Mass on THURSDAY, 12/4, at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Austintown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Harman C. Ansevin, 90, of the Fox Run Apartments, passed away peacefully early Friday afternoon, Nov. 7, 2014, at Omni Manor Care Center in Youngstown.

Harman was born Oct. 27, 1924, in Youngstown, a son of the late Carmen and Viola Ansevin, was a 1947 graduate of East High School, and was a lifelong area resident.

A proud veteran of the U.S. military, Harman served in the both the Army and in the Navy, and he served during World War II and during the Vietnam War. He earned the rank of Staff Sgt. in the Army, and specialized in high-speed radio operation.

Harman was a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Austintown, and sang in the choir at Blessed Sacrament Church in Warren. He enjoyed plays and comedy shows when he traveled to New York City.

Mr. Ansevin was known as a very kind and gentle soul, and he will be truly and sadly missed by all who knew him.

He leaves his cousins, Joan Hellam and Rosalind Ansevin, each of Youngstown, Lilly Wallach of Akron, Allen Ansevin of Houston, Texas, Marilyn Austin of Maryland, and Ronald Ansevin of Poland; his “brother,” Robert Blackshear; and friends Karen Dill, Erika Himes, Nick Lavanty, and Beverly Blackshear of Youngstown.

Besides his parents, a cousin, Raymond J. Ansevin, and three uncles, John R. Ansevin, Samuel Ansevin, and Anthony Ansevin, preceded him in death.

There are no services or calling hours. A memorial Mass will be celebrated at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 4, at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Norquest Blvd.

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

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Stefan Buch, 96
[Calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., TUESDAY, 12/2, at St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church in Austintown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Stefan Buch, 96, passed away early Thursday morning, Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, 2014, at Caprice Health Care Center in North Lima, following a long and fulfilling life.

Stefan was born Jan. 25, 1918 in Drohobych, Ukraine, a son of the late Karol and Tekla Beley Buch, and came to America and Youngstown in 1950.

He was a steelworker for 28 years at the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Brier Hill Works, retiring in the early 1980s. 

Stefan was a member of St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church in Austintown, and the church choir. He was a member of Ukrainian National Association Branch No. 230, and a was a member and former secretary of the Ukrainian Congress Committee.

Mr. Buch’s loving and devoted wife, Vera J. Savicki Buch, whom he married Aug. 9, 1942, passed away April 17, 2011. 

Six brothers also preceded him in death.

Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. on TUESDAY, Dec. 2, at St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church, 4310 Kirk Road, where a Divine Liturgy will take place at 11 a.m.

Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown, where Mr. Buch will be laid to rest next to his wife.

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

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Muriel Rapovy, 86
[Calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., SATURDAY, 11/29, at St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church in Austintown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Muriel Rapovy, 86, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully late Wednesday morning, Nov. 26, 2014, at her home surrounded by her family, following an extended illness.

Muriel was born July 10, 1928, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late August and Elsie Kerbata, and was a lifelong area resident.

Muriel was a graduate of Scienceville High School, became a homemaker, and also worked for a time for General Electric at the Mazda Lamp Plant. 

She was a member of St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church in Austintown. Mrs. Rapovy enjoyed bingo, arts & crafts, and she especially enjoyed the time she spent with family and friends.

Muriel leaves her beloved husband, Peter Rapovy, whom she married in 1948; four sons, Michael (Kathy) Rapovy of Youngstown, Robert (Gina) Rapovy of Austintown, Peter (Lori) Rapovy of Youngstown, and Joseph Rapovy of Struthers; five grandchildren, Shannon, Michael, Taylor, Tiffany, and Heather; and two great-grandchildren, Brayden and Cylus.

Two sisters, Doris Hospodor and Betty Hitchings, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. on SATURDAY, Nov. 29, at St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church, on the corner of Kirk and Raccoon Roads in Austintown, where a Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 11 a.m.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.

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

In lieu of flowers, Mrs. Rapovy’s family requests that memorial contributions may be made to St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church, 4310 Kirk Road, Austintown, Ohio 44511.

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Steve P. Mariash, 91
[Calling hours from 8:30 to 10 a.m., SATURDAY, 11/29, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Austintown.]

ST. JOSEPH, MINN. - Steve P. Mariash, 91, formerly of Austintown, passed away Friday morning, Nov. 21, 2014, at his home.

Steve was born Oct. 13, 1923, in Youngstown, a son of the late Alex and Anna (Mracko) Mariash. He was a lifelong area resident until the passing of his wife in March, 2014, after which he lived with his son and daughter-in-law in St. Joseph, Minnesota.

He was a graduate of Chaney High School, and was a World War II veteran. Steve worked at U.S. Steel at the Ohio Works for 35 years.

Steve was a member of St. Joseph Church in Austintown where he served as an usher for over 30 years. He also was the Austintown Fitch High School football equipment coordinator for 12 years, and an Ohio State Track & Field Official for 39 years.

His wife, Mary Louise Mariash, whom he married in 1957, passed away March 14, 2014.

Mr. Mariash leaves to cherish his memory his son, Stephen (Jerri) Mariash, and two grandchildren, Cameron and Corbin.

Family and friends may call from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, Nov. 29, at St. Joseph Church on New Road in Austintown, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m.

Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown, where Steve will be laid to rest next to his wife.

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

In lieu of flowers, Steve’s family requests that memorial contributions be made to St. Joseph Church.

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David S. Williams, 59
[Calling hours from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., SATURDAY, 11/29, at Kinnick Funeral Home, Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - On Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014, God in His infinite wisdom, called David S. Williams to his Heavenly Home on High.

David was born on March 10, 1955, in Greelyville, South Carolina, a son of the late Deacon Acorn and Janie Williams.

In his youth, David accepted Christ as his personal savior and joined Good Hope Baptist Church in Greelyville. David was a 1973 graduate of Williamsburg Training High School in Greelyville (C.E. Murray High), and subsequently worked for Welch’s Enterprise Trucking.

In the late 1970s, for better employment, David relocated to Youngstown and worked with FedEx Freight for a number of years. He was a 32nd-degree Mason and member of Masonic Lodge No. 59 in Youngstown.

Mr. Williams was joined in holy matrimony to the former Ruthe Rush on May 26, 1984, and together they had a lovely daughter.

David was a one of a kind man, and there aren’t enough words to express his kindness, compassion, and giving nature. He was a devoted husband, father, and friend to many. David was an avid hunter, fisherman, and he loved boating. His favorite pastime was watching football on Sunday with his daughter, and rooting for the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles.

He leaves his beloved and loving wife of 30 years, Ruthe Williams; his daughter, Janie-Marie Williams of Youngstown; two sisters: Celia Mae (James) Parson of Greelyville and Tujuana (Basil) Jalllah of Savannah, Ga.; three brothers: Joseph Shaw of Kent, John Lewis (Ollie) Shaw of Cleveland, and Marvin Shaw of Greelyville; many nieces and nephews, including his niece, Hayden, who was the light of his life the past two years; many cousins and extended family members; and many, many friends.

Family and friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on SATURDAY, Nov. 29, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where funeral services will take place at 1 p.m.

Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown.

"To everything there is a season, a time to every purpose under the heaven; a time to be born and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted."  -Ecclesiates 3:1-2

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Grace E. Barner, 83
[Private services. Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

GIRARD - Grace E. Barner, 83, passed away peacefully early Thursday morning, Nov. 20, 2014, at Liberty Health Care Center, following a lengthy illness.

Grace was born Oct.19, 1931, in Peabody, Mass., a daughter of the late James P. and Marie Houghton Martin, and came to this area with her family as a child.

Grace worked at Strouss’ Department Store in downtown Youngstown for 10 years in the central receiving department, and later worked at Northside Medical Center in the dietary department, the laundry department, and as a nurse’s aide.

Mrs. Barner was a member of St. Rose Church in Girard. She enjoyed playing bingo and the lottery, and she especially enjoyed spending time with her family and grandchildren.

Her husband, Richard William Barner, whom she married April 18, 1949, passed away Jan. 26, 1974.

She leaves two daughters, Debbie Zatvarnicky of Girard, with whom she made her home, and Ruthann Groff of Howland; five grandchildren, David (Amy) Zatvarnicky, Amber (Joe) Hulsizer, Daniel James Groff, Kimberly (Chris) Judge, and Richard William III (Florence) Barner; eight great-grandchildren; and a sister, Shirley Friend.

Besides her husband, a son Richard William Barner Jr., and a granddaughter, Melissa Barner, preceded her in death.

Private services will take place on MONDAY, Nov. 24, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., in Girard.

Interment will be at at Girard City Cemetery, where Grace will be laid to rest next to her husband.

Mrs. Barner’s family would like to thank the entire staff of Liberty Health Care Center for the kindness shown and care given to Grace during her time there, especially the staff of the west extension, where she spent most of her time.

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William R. “Butch” George, 70
[No calling hours or services.]

GIRARD - William R. “Butch” George, 70, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday morning, Nov. 18, 2014, at his home.

William was born April 30, 1944, in Youngstown, a son of the late William and Peggy Eckert George, and was a lifelong area resident.

Butch was a United States Navy Veteran and worked as crane operator at Brier Hill/WCI Steel in Youngstown for 41 years.

Butch loved carpentry work and was a very good carpenter. He also enjoyed gardening, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and he especially enjoyed spending time with his family.

He leaves his wife, Rita Jones George, whom he married Dec. 31, 1965; a son, Stephen L. George, at home; a daughter, Brenda Lee (Dave) Hudson of Carmel Ind.; twin grandsons, Cameron James Hudson and Andrew Jonathan Hudson; a nephew, David Gossett of Boardman; two brothers, Richard “Rusty” (Amy) George of Petersburg and David George of Florida; three sisters, Linda (Tom) Pregi of Boardman, Peg (Bob) Butler, and Marilyn (Pudge) Sarisky; a sister-in-law, Lynne Jackson of Jacksonville, Fla.; and his beloved dog and companion, Ginger.

Besides his parents, a daughter, Michele Lynne George, passed away in 1983. 

Per Mr. George’s request, there will be no services or calling hours.

Memorial contributions may be made to the George family, to help defray the cost of final expenses.

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Ralph A. Martin, 67
[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, 11/21, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Ralph A. Martin, 67, passed away Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 18, 2014, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown, following a brief illness. 

Ralph was born March 8, 1947, in Youngstown, a son of the late Ralph Sr. and Helen Ragan Martin, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1965 graduate of Chaney High School, and served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. In addition to tours of duty in Vietnam, during which he was the recipient of the Purple Heart, Ralph also served for many years in the National Guard, 838th Military Police Division, and was deployed during Desert Storm in the Persian Gulf War.

Mr. Martin was a Mahoning County Sheriff’s Deputy for 24 years, retiring in January of 2007. Prior to being a deputy, he worked at Youngstown Steel Door and as a security guard for the Western Reserve Transit Authority.

He was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Youngstown. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and motorcycles. 

Ralph was a quiet man who loved his family and friends deeply, and had wished to spend his retirement years watching his grandchildren grow and be active.

Ralph leaves his loving wife of 46 years, Verina Piscitani Martin, whom he married Oct. 18, 1968; two sons, Timothy F. (Peggy) Martin of Austintown and Daniel A. (Amy) Martin of Westlake; four grandchildren, Colin, Maya, Chloe, and Makenlie; a sister, Darlene Martin of Youngstown; a brother-in-law, Joseph (Kathy) Piscitani of East Liverpool; and several nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, a beloved son, Ralph A. Martin Jr., his in-laws, Felix and Lina Piscitani, a brother-in-law, Frank Piscitani, and an aunt, Margaret Ragan, are deceased.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on FRIDAY, Nov. 21, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on SATURDAY (11/22) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, 343 Via Mt. Carmel, Youngstown.

A committal service with military honors will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Ralph’s name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105; or donate by phone, 1-800-805-5856.

Ralph’s family thanks his doctors, Dr. Robert Wetzel, Dr. Sherif A. Solimon, and Dr. John A. Flauto; Dr. Thomas J. Mako, from the VA Outpatient Clinic; the wonderful, supportive staff in the ICU at St. Elizabeth Health Care Center, who cared for Mr. Martin during his final hours; and to the VA Hospital who provided ongoing assistance to Ralph after his military service ended.

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