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Mary K. Bezzarro, 75
[Calling hours from 5 to 8 p.m., FRIDAY, 5/22, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; calling hours from 1 to 1:30 p.m., SATURDAY, 5/23, at St. Joseph Church in Austintown.]

AUSTINTOWN – Mary K. Bezzarro, 75, passed away peacefully Wednesday morning, May 20, 2015, at Vibra Hospital in Boardman.

Mary was born Sept. 29, 1939, in Youngstown, the daughter of the late David P. and Helen T. Kraysets Lloyd, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1957 graduate of East High School. A beloved wife, mother, and homemaker, Mary worked for Prudential Life Insurance Company and later was a teacher’s aide at the former Immaculate Conception School.

Mrs. Bezzarro was a member of St. Joseph Church.

Mary enjoyed baking and cooking and she especially enjoyed the time she spent with her family.

She leaves to cherish her memory her husband of 55 years, Samuel J. “Red” Bezzarro, whom she married May 7, 1960;  three sons, Robert (Peggy) Bezzarro of Mineral Ridge, David J. (Lisa) Bezzarro of Austintown, and Matthew J. Bezzarro of Youngstown; two daughters, Teresa (John) Pivovarnik of Youngstown and Susan (Donald) Natoli of Fort Wayne, Ind.; 13 grandchildren, Dante DiRinzo, Anthony, Alexandra, Andrew, Adrianna, and Aaron Natoli, and Ryan, Emily, Joshua, Nicholas, Peyton, Elena, and Olivia Bezzarro.

A brother, Paul Lloyd, preceded Mary in death.

Family and friends may call on FRIDAY, May 22, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd. Youngstown.
Family and friends may also call on SATURDAY, May 23, from 1 to 1:30 p.m., at St. Joseph Church, 4545 New Rd., Austintown, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m.

Committal services will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.




Catherine “Dolly” Tyhosky, 93
[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., FRIDAY, 5/22, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

GAHANNA - Catherine “Dolly” Tyhosky, 93, passed into eternal rest, Tuesday afternoon, May 19, 2015, at National Church Residences in Gahanna, following a long and fulfilling life.
 
Catherine was born into a large family in Youngstown on Oct. 15, 1921. Her parents, Louis and Julia Selewach Hricko, put family above all else and nurtured their children to have a strong sense of family values.
 
At the time of her birth, Dolly’s mother had given birth to seven children; Anna, Mary, Evelyn, Bill, Helen, Louis, and Pauline, and would go on to have two more children, Nick and Betty. Also, three other of Dolly’s siblings passed away as infants.
 
Childhood was a rich experience with everyone in the Hricko family huddled around the radio, listening to some of the great entertainers of the day. Her older sister, Mary, nicknamed Catherine “Dolly” at age five, a name that stuck with her all her life. The Hricko sisters were extremely close, despite up to a 14 year age difference, and most worked outside the home to makes ends meet or were off starting their own families.
 
By the time Dolly was eight years old, the Great Depression descended on the nation. Dolly and her best friend and future sister-in-law, Helen Tyhosky Berry, would clip the pictures of fruit from cans that the more well-off folks threw away, and pasted the pictures in a scrapbook. The Hricko family grew and canned all they could in order to carry the family through the winter. The children would also roam the railroad tracks on the way home from school, trying to find coal that fell off trains to help heat their homes.
 
Dolly often told stories of her father killing chickens and her mother plucking them, making feather comforters to keep the children warm at night. She said that for fun, her mother would make the kids churn butter on the porch. Everyone had chores to do and all contributed to help put food on the table. As she entered high school it became more difficult for Dolly to stay in school. All the years bearing children had finally taken its toll on Dolly’s mother’s health, and with everyone working to help the family outside the home, Dolly quit school in the 10th grade to care for her mom.
 
Dolly’s sisters took turns caring for mom, and when Dolly’s younger sister, Betty, was old enough, she followed suit. This gave Dolly the opportunity to join family friends, Esther and Rae Tokar, in New York City, working as a nanny and housekeeper. Around that time, Dolly’s best friend, Helen Tyhosky’s brother, Jack, started to take notice of the ravishing beauty that Dolly was becoming, and a romance blossomed into the love of her life. 
 
As World War II broke out, Dolly came back home to Youngstown and started working in local factories to support the war effort. At Triangle Coat Factory, she marked button holes on fabric for raincoats. At Youngstown Steel Door, she prepped parts for the manufacture of railway box cars, and at General Fireproofing, she was a grinder operator, making airplane parts. These factory jobs were where she made lifelong, rich friendships with Helen Spak, Erma Galose, and Lucille Hunter Miller. With all “the boys” off at war, they each loved to dance at the Idora Park Ballroom and Coconut Grove.
 
Once the war ended, she married her love, Jack, on Jan. 26, 1946, and enjoyed 52 years of marriage until he passed away in 1998. After initially struggling to have a baby, her life’s dream to be a mom was fulfilled in May of 1954, when they adopted a baby boy, David John. Doted on and spoiled, David was adored by Dolly and Jack, and had a charmed childhood surrounded by aunts, uncles, and cousins of all ages, and their children.
 
Dolly loved life and achieved much. She and Jack built their dream home on Birch Hill Drive on Youngstown’s west side, and acted as subcontractors. She would call it home for 60 years. Surrounded by an enormous extended family and in-laws, there were wonderful family picnics every summer, trips to Berlin Lake and to Lake Milton. Growing up in a close-knit neighborhood, this remained a constant throughout her life, keeping in touch, playing 500-bid, Christmas celebrations that went on for a week, and going house-to-house, visiting to celebrate the holidays. Sadly, Dolly was the last member of this wonderful social richness of neighbors and in-laws, all connected to each other for a lifetime and keeping close through mutual admiration and caring. Each can now be with each other in Heaven, to continue their card games and parties, especially her sisters-in-laws; Anne Ascione, Marie Tyhosky Brusko, Helen “Honey” Tyhosky Berry, and neighbors, friends, and sisters-in-laws, Ann Budinsky, Mary Castrucci, Helen Roseman, Phyllis Karas Johnson, and Ann Savarin.
 
A homemaker extraordinaire, Dolly was an excellent cook and baker. Her specialty on the cookie tables at the many family weddings were her clothespin cookies. Jack and Dolly loved to travel, and every summer for over 20 years, drove all over the United States touring, so David could experience the attractions of the greatest cities; New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, Hollywood, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, and Las Vegas. Eventually, these travels took them to 46 of the 50 states, and they saw the sights at Mount Rushmore, the Painted Dessert, the Grand Canyon, and Disneyland. For her 25th wedding anniversary, she and Jack went to Hawaii and traveled to four islands. They also completed two cruises to Cancun, and vacationed in Jamaica and Porta Vallarta. Dolly also traveled with her friend, Annabelle Borovitcky, and the Warren Junior Military band, to England, Scotland, and Wales. During her travels, she visited family and friends, among them, Dolly’s sister, Mary, and her family in Deland, Florida, her brother, Louis, and his family in Elmira, New York, cousins, Paul and Ester Selewach, in upstate New York, Texas, and Florida, as they moved around the U.S., family friends, Ester Tokar Schapiro and Rae Tokar Taxier, in New York City, Helen Gerhig, the young, fellow nanny she met in New York City who lived in Reading, Pa., and later in El Paso, Texas; Mary Castrucci in Northridge, Calif., and former Birch Hill neighbors, Olga and Mike Nadzam, in Hammond, Ind.
 
Dolly had another hobby, which was making ceramics for over 25 years, with instructor and friend, Mary Lucas, in Struthers. She made many friends over the years and made many beautiful items, both useful and decorative for her home.
 
With such a large family, she became known as “Aunt Dolly” to the over 80 nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews, whom she loved tremendously and whose photos she treasured and adorned her home.
 
Dolly was a person of deep faith that was instilled early in her life. Her father was a founding member of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church on Rayen Avenue in Youngstown, and of St. Anne’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, when that church was built in Austintown. She attended church faithfully until ill health prevented her. Dolly was a member of the St. Anne’s Mother of God Society, was an active pirohi-pincher, kolachi-roller, festival worker, was involved in ladies’ bus trips to holy shrines, and was a part of many other parish projects.
 
Mrs. Tyhosky leaves her devoted son, David Tyhosky of Columbus, and David’s husband, Anthony Bobovnyk, who will miss her deeply.
 
Dolly was preceded in death by her parents, husband Jack, and her siblings, Anna Kish, Mary Davis, Evelyn Marks, Helen Costello, Bill Hricko, Louis Hricko, Pauline Miller, Betty Senich, and Nick Hricko.
 
Special thanks to special caregivers in her later years, Carol Budinsky, Janet Olenych, John Holland, Lou Martin, Dennis Senich, and Chris Filleti. Two very dear friends, Annie Kusic, who called her several times a day, and Marlene Brunetti, who was a constant companion, chauffeur, nurse, and friend while she was in Youngstown.
 
Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on FRIDAY, May 22, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngsotwn, where a prayer service will take place at 4 p.m.
 
Funeral services will begin at 11:15 a.m. on SATURDAY, May 23, at the funeral home, and will continue with a Divine Liturgy at noon at St. Anne’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, 3910 Kirk Road, Austintown.
 
Interment will follow at Green Haven Memorial Gardens, where Dolly will be laid to rest next to her husband.




Leola A. Allen, 70
[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 5/20, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; calling hours from 10 to 11 a.m., THURSDAY, 5/21, at the funeral home.]

GIRARD - Leola A. Allen, 70, passed away early Saturday evening, May 16, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Leola was born July 6, 1944, in Clarksburg, W.Va., a daughter of the late Arlis and Virginia Anderson Hoover, and came to this area with her family in 1955.

She was a 1963 graduate of East High School and she graduated from Youngstown University with a bachelors degree in accounting. 

Leola worked for 35 years in the offices of Penn Ohio Towel Supply as a keypunch operator, and then worked for 11 years for Mashorda County Gardens as a secretary.

She was a member of the Summit Assembly of God. Leola enjoyed cross-stitching, cooking, crossword puzzles, and bowling. Most of all, she thoroughly enjoyed the time she spent with her family and friends.

She leaves her companion of the past 20 years, Nick DiMartino of Girard; Nick’s children, Victoria DiMartino, Dominic Mashorda, Mario DiMartino, and Augustine DiMartino, all of Canfield; four brothers, William (Jane) Hoover of Hubbard, James (Vera) Hoover of Cape Coral, Fla., Robert Hoover of Niles, and David (Brenda) Hoover of West Middlesex, Pa.; three sisters, Nancy MacDonald (companion Gary) of Canfield, Wilma (Mike) Yonosik of Girard, and Margaret (Duke) Hopkinson of Girard; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Her husband, James Allen, whom she married Jan. 1, 1964, passed away in 1993. A brother, John Hoover, is also deceased.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, May 20, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown.

Family and friends may also call from 10 to 11 a.m. on THURSDAY, May 21, at the funeral home, where funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. 

Interment will follow at Green Haven Memorial Gardens.




Norma L. Green, 74
[No calling hours.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Norma L. Green, 74, passed away early Wednesday afternoon, May 13, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.

Norma was born Oct. 1, 1940, in Warren, a daughter of the late Dominick and Sara Connor Infante, and was a graduate of Austintown Fitch High School.
She was a flight attendant for Eastern Airlines for 10 years.

Norma had a deep love for all animals. She was a member of Bethel Assembly of God.

She leaves her daughter, Julie (Steven) Charron of Kingstown, N.H.

Per Norma’s request, there will be no local services or calling hours.

Memorial contributions may be made in Norma’s name to Friends of Fido, P.O. Box 14155, Poland, OH 44514, or to the Mahoning County Dog Pound, 589 Industrial Rd., Youngstown, OH 44509.




Helen J. Greiner, 91

[Calling hours from 9 to 10 a.m., MONDAY, 5/18, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Helen J. Greiner, 91, of the city's west side, passed away peacefully Wednesday evening, May 13, 2015, at Park Vista Retirement Community after living a long and fulfilling life.

Helen was born Feb. 22, 1924 in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Paul and Anna Podracky Matuscak, and was a graduate of Chaney High School.

After graduation, Helen proudly served in the United States Navy for two years and then worked as a civilian for the United States government in Japan.

Upon her return to the States she settled in California and later moved to Lynchburg, Va. where she worked for General Electric. She returned to Youngstown 25 years ago.

Helen was a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Holy Name of Jesus Church and enjoyed participating in local senior citizens groups and other local organizations. She also enjoyed bowling, bingo, and playing cards with her friends.

Helen is survived by her sister Martha (Joseph) Billec of Austintown, and many nieces and nephews.

An infant son, Gary; three sisters, Ann Szmara, Dorothy Mancini, and Lillian Sinkovich; and two brothers, Paul and John Matuscak, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may gather from 9 to 10 a.m. on MONDAY, May 18, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin on MONDAY (5/18) at 10 a.m. at the funeral home and continue with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Name of Jesus Church, 613 North Lakeview Avenue, Youngstown.

Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.

Helen's family suggests that anyone wishing to make a memorial contribution, do so by donating to Helen's favorite charity, the Salvation Army.




Scott R. Moon Jr., 75

[Celebration of Life to take place from 5 to 8 p.m. on FRIDAY, 5/15, at Scott's Youngstown west side home.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Scott R. Moon Jr., 75, passed away early Saturday morning, May 9, 2015, one day after his 50th wedding anniversary, at his home following a courageous five-year battle with cancer.

Scott was born March 8, 1940, in Hubbard, a son of the late Scott R. Sr. and Helen Barnes Moon, and was a lifelong area resident.

Mr. Moon served in the U.S. Army from 1963 until 1965, and was stationed in Korea. He worked for Benchwick Sunoco on McGuffey Road in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and worked for Ohio Chair from 1965 until 1971. He then worked from 1971 until 1990 for the Valley Mould & Iron Corp in Hubbard, and then as a maintenance worker for General Extrusions in Boardman, from 1990 until his retirement in 2009.

Scott was an avid motorcyclist, and loved Harley-Davidsons. He thoroughly enjoyed restoring and driving antique cars, enjoyed country & western music, and was an animal lover.

Scott is survived by his wife, Mary C. Evan Moon, whom he married May 8, 1965; his son, Michael Scott (Darlene) Moon of Boardman; his daughter, Theresa M. (Dwayne) Conrad of Columbiana; three granddaughters, Sydney, Sarah, and Samantha Moon, who he loved to spend time with; three brothers, James Moon of Canfield, Louis (Karen) Moon of Boardman, and Chester (Mary F.) Moon of Youngstown; his neighborhood friend, Pat; and his dog and best friend, Buddy.

Scott will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Two sisters, Clara Sunderman and Margie Howshower, and two bothers, Charles and Owen Moon, are deceased.

Family and friends are welcome to join in the celebration of Scott’s life that will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. on FRIDAY, May 15, at Scott’s home on Youngstown’s west side.

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

Scott’s family thanks the staff of MVI Hospice and MVI Home Care, for the kindness shown and care given to Scott during his illness. His family also thanks the staff at the Hope Center, and Dr. Christopher Knight, Dr. Peter DeVito, and Dr. Joseph Zeno.




Mikola “Nick” Pankewicz, 89

[Calling hours from 5 to 8 p.m., FRIDAY, 5/15, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

POLAND, OH - Mikola “Nick” Pankewicz, 89, passed away Sunday evening, May 10, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown following a brief illness.

Mikola was born Sept. 30, 1925, in Ukraine, and came to America and Youngstown in 1949.

Mr. Pankewicz worked as a master plumber in Mahoning County for more than 30 years.

He was a longtime member of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church in Youngstown, and he was a member of the Ukrainian National Association and of the Ukrainian Congress Committee.

His beloved wife, Mary P. Markovitch Pankewicz, whom he married Feb. 6, 1954, passed away in 2010.

Mikola leaves his son, Nick (Loree) Pankewicz of Austintown; his daughter, Mary Ann (Bob) Lenyk of Canfield; nine grandchildren, Hannia and Tina Lenyk, Mark (Julie) Lenyk, and Nicholas, April, Natalie, Christopher, Jonathan, and Joshua Pankewicz; and three great-grandchildren, Mary Elizabeth Lenyk, Gage Lenyk, and Nathan Buttle.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m., FRIDAY, May 15, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown, where funeral services will take place at 7:30 p.m.




Vera M. Wojtczak, 95

[Calling hours from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., MONDAY, 5/11, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Vera M. Wojtczak, 95, passed away late Thursday evening, May 7, 2015, at Hospice House following a long and fulfilling life.

Vera was born Nov. 9, 1919, in Millvale, Pa., a daughter of the late John and Anna Simon Pschirer, was a graduate of Millvale High School, and came to Youngstown in the early 1950s.

A loving wife, mother and homemaker, Vera was an office worker at Kaufmann’s in Pittsburgh for 13 years, and then worked as a sales clerk for 13 years for Strouss’ Department Store in downtown Youngstown, retiring in 1982.

Mrs. Wojtczak was a longtime member of St. Brendan Church in Youngstown, where she was a member of the Altar & Rosary Society and the Sixty-Plus Club. Vera was also a member of the Sts. Peter & Paul Goldenagers and of the St. Joseph Senior Citizens.

Mrs. Wojtczak’s husband of 58 years, Robert S. Wojtczak, whom she married April 22, 1946, passed away Sept. 15, 2004.

Vera leaves her son, Robert J. Wojtczak of Austintown; her daughter, Judith Ann Wojtczak of Ipswich, Mass.; her grandson, Robert A. Wojtczak; and two sisters, Irma Noroski of Monroeville, Pa. and Joan Milsop of Pittsburgh.

Vera will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Besides her husband, two sisters, Evelyn Groom and Anna Mae Fritz, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on MONDAY, May 11, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin at 1 p.m. on MONDAY (5/11) at the funeral home, and will continue at 1:30 p.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at St. Brendan Church, 2800 Oakwood Ave., Youngstown.

Committal services will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown, where Vera will be laid to rest next to her husband.

Vera’s family thanks her niece, Loraine Reeves, for her special friendship and caregiving. Vera’s family also offers special thanks to the entire staff of Hospice House, for the kindness shown and care given to Vera and her family.

Memorial contributions may be made in Vera’s name to Hospice House, 9803 Sharrott Rd., Poland, OH 44514.




Charles Basil Luciw, 62
[Private services were held.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Charles Basil Luciw, 62, quietly passed away April 26, 2015, at his home.

Charles was born Jan. 30, 1953, in Youngstown, a son of the late Gregory and Anastazia Luciw, and was a lifelong area resident.

He attended Stambaugh Elementary School, West Junior High School, and Chaney High School.

Mr. Luciw loved working outdoors and he loved cooking for family and friends. He also enjoyed helping others and working on parish projects, along with his many friends, for Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church.

Charles is survived by sisters, Anna Sabarese and Mary (John) Cashbaugh; a brother, John Luciw; nephews, Robert (Maria) Sabarese, Vincent Sabarese, Michael and Gregory Luciw, John (Sandy) Cashbaugh, Dan (Leah) Cashbaugh, and Steve Cashbaugh; great-nephews, Braxton, Colin, and Luca; and a great-niece, Mila.

Charles will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Besides his parents, an older brother, Michael Luciw, his godmother, Rachel Argenziano, and his godfather, Josef Perehinez, are deceased.

Private funeral services took place on Saturday, May 9.

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




Leonard J. Cuccarese, 78

[Calling hours from 9 to 10 a.m., SATURDAY, 5/9, at St. Christine Church in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Leonard J. Cuccarese, 78, of the city’s west side, passed away Wednesday evening, May 6, 2015, at his home following a long and courageous battle with multiple sclerosis.

Leonard was born June 27, 1936, in Cleveland, a son of the late James and Mary Kurjan Cuccarese, and was a 1954 graduate of Youngstown East High School.

Len served in the U.S. Air Force for four years with the 8th Strategic Command as a mechanic and an Airman 1st Class.

He was a 1959 graduate of the Akron Barber College, and subsequently worked with his dad at the Acme Barbershop on Albert St. in Youngstown for 22 years, before declining health forced him to retire in 1980.

Len was a member of the Multiple Sclerosis Service Agency, where he served on the board of directors for 10 years. He was an office volunteer with the agency for 25 years and received many awards for his volunteer work, including the J.C. Penney Award from President Bill Clinton. Len also received the first Mildred Alsop Award for Volunteer of the Year at the agency.

Along with his wife, Dorothy, Len was a co-leader of the Youngstown M.S. Support Group for 10 years. He was also a member of the Shakey Bunch Breakfast Support Group, where he was affectionately known as “The Boss.” 

Len was a member of St. Christine Church in Youngstown.

Mr. Cuccarese leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife of nearly 50 years, Dorothy Fabrizio Cuccarese, whom he married Sept. 18, 1965; a brother-in-law, Sal (Rosemarie) Fabrizio of Mayfield Village; a niece, Atty. Johanna (Atty. Jason) Parker of Mayfield Village; great-nieces, Gia Parker and Carina Parker; an aunt, Agnes Savnic; many cousins; and special friends, especially Rose Ann Papagna, Jerry Serbel, and Anthony and Yvonne Campanizzi, who were always there in times of need.

Besides his parents, Leonard was preceded in death by his grandparents, and many aunts and uncles.

Family and friends may call from 9 to 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, May 9, at St. Christine Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10 a.m.
Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.

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

Len’s family thanks the entire team with MVI Home Care and MVI Hospice for the professional and compassionate care provided to Len and his family. Special thanks from the Cuccarese family to “our angel of Easter Seals,” Tawanna Wright.




Walter Volinsky, 92

[Private services to be held at a later date.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Walter Volinsky, 92, of the city’s west side, passed away peacefully at his home Sunday afternoon, May 3, 2015, surrounded by his family after a long and fulfilling life.

Walter was born March 21, 1923, in Youngstown, a son of the late Charles and Anna Volinsky, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a graduate of South High School, and served in the U.S. Army in the infantry.
Mr. Volinsky worked for 30 years for U.S. Steel at the Ohio Works, where he was the supervisor of plant security, retiring in 1980.

He leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife of 65 years, Jean Davis Volinsky, whom he married Oct. 1, 1949; two daughters, Suzanne (Thomas) Close of Austintown and Paulette (Mark) Gettman of North Jackson; a son, Walter Volinsky Jr. of Youngstown; four grandchildren, Kim Close, Krystal (Joe) Dillon, Adam (Laura) Gettman, and Katie Gettman; and six great-grandchildren, Alexis, Brooke, Brice, Madeleine, Stella, and Blake.

Two sisters, Mary Altiero and Helen Hafernik, and two brothers, John and Paul Volinsky, are deceased.

Private services will be held at a later date.

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

Walter’s family sends special thanks to the staff with MVI Hospice for the kindness shown and care given to Walter and his family during his recent illness.




Carol A. Doran, 72
[Private services to be held at a later date.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Carol A. Doran, 72, of Brownlee Woods, passed away early Monday morning, May 4, 2015, at Briarfield at Ashley Circle in Austintown following a lengthy illness.

Carol was born Aug. 7, 1942, in New Castle, Pa., a daughter of the late Joseph and Helen Anthony Procopio, and was a lifelong area resident.

Carol was a homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.

Mrs. Doran’s husband, Jerome M. “Jerry” Doran, passed away March 30, 2015.

Carol leaves two sons, Jerry Jr. (Karen) Doran and Michael (Amy) Doran; a granddaughter, Bailey; and two brothers, Joseph Jr. (Cathy) Procopio and Richard (Kathy) Procopio, each of New Castle.

Private services will be held at a later date. 

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




Romelia M. Cario, 74

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 5/6, at Kinnick FH, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

GIRARD - Romelia M. Cario, 74, passed away peacefully Saturday evening, May 2, 2015, at her home following a courageous battle with cancer.

Romelia was born Oct. 23, 1940, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Chester and Congetta Catullo Perfette, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1959 graduate of Niles High School. She worked for Packard Electric for a few years and dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.

Romelia was a member of St. Rose Church in Girard.

Mrs. Cario greatly enjoyed cooking, baking, and spending time with her family. She especially enjoyed the time she spent with her grandchildren.

She leaves to cherish her memory her husband, Ferdinando Cario, whom she married June 23, 1962; her daughter, Roseann (Robert) Huey of Girard; her son, Anthony (Marne) Cario of Girard; four grandchildren, Jason, Benjamin, Rachael, and Gabriella; a brother, Joseph (Donna) Perfette of Austintown; and a sister, Marie Perfette of Niles.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, May 6, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St. in Girard.

Funeral services will begin at 10:30 a.m. on THURSDAY, May 7, at the funeral home and will continue with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at 11 a.m. at St. Rose Church, 48 E. Main St., Girard.

Interment will take place at Pineview Memorial Park in Warren.
In lieu of flowers, Romelia’s family suggests memorial contributions be made to MVI Hospice, 4891 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, OH 44505, or to the American Cancer Society, online through https://donate.cancer.org or by mail to 525 N. Broad St., Canfield, OH  44406.




Debra Lynn “Debbie” Precurato, 59

[Calling hours from 3 to 6 p.m., SUNDAY, 5/3, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Debra Lynn “Debbie” Precurato, 59, went to be with the Lord late Wednesday morning, April 29, 2015, at Hospice House following a courageous three-year battle with cancer.

Debra was born Feb. 18, 1956, in Belton, Texas, a daughter of the late Richard and Virginia Gaines Lawler, and came to this area with her family as a child.

She was a member of Howland High School Class of 1974, and along with her husband, Jimmy, owned and operated Molly’s Restaurant on Salt Springs Road in Youngstown for more than 30 years.
Debbie loved to cook and bake for family and friends, and will always be fondly remembered for cooking more than was needed. A very kind and generous person, she blessed her family with baking cookies and cupcakes for showers and weddings.

Mrs. Precurato was a member of Highway Tabernacle.

She leaves her husband, James D. Precurato Jr., whom she married April 4, 1997; two children, Anthony J. (Abigail) Precurato of Youngstown and Andrea L. Precurato of Austintown; two sisters, Connie Fagnano of Youngstown and Leslie (Dale) Britton of Austintown; three brothers, Richard Lawler of Austintown, William Huffman of Raleigh, N.C., and David (Inky) Huffman of Raleigh; her loving nieces and nephews; many extended family members; and her entire “Molly’s family” who loved her dearly.

Debra will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Family and friends may call from 3 to 6 p.m., on SUNDAY, May 3, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, where funeral services will follow at 6 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, Debra’s family would like Hospice House, 9803 Sharrott Rd., Poland, OH 44514, to be blessed with donations in her name.




Billie Jean Hanuschak, 84

[Calling hours from 5 to 8 p.m., FRIDAY, 5/1, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown; and calling hours from 9 to 10 a.m., SATURDAY, 5/2, at Austintown Baptist Church in Austintown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Billie Jean Hanuschak, 84, of the city's west side, passed away late Tuesday morning, April 28, 2015, at Austinwoods Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Austintown following a brief illness.

Billie Jean was born Jan. 24, 1931, in De Witt, Arkansas, a daughter of the late Andy and Arkie Hamler Thigpen, and came to this area in 1958.

A loving homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family, Billie Jean also worked for the Avalon Inn, the Sheraton Inn, and for Gran Lanes on Mahoning Avenue in Youngstown.

Billie Jean was a longtime member of West Side Baptist Church, and more recently was a member of Austintown Baptist Church. She was a member of the communion committee, the mother-of-the-year committee, and was also honored as “Mother of the Year” in the late 1980s while a member of West Side Baptist.

Mrs. Hanuschak was an avid bowler, and bowled for “a million years” at Gran Lanes. She was also a member of T.O.P.S. for many years.

Her husband, Alexander Hanuschak Jr., whom she married Aug. 18, 1956, passed away April 7, 1986.

Billie Jean leaves her son, Rickey W. (Dianne) Hanuschak of Austintown; two daughters, Patricia A. Pasquale (Frank Jordan) of Austintown and Karen J. (Kenneth) Laverock of Gainesville, Va.; seven grandchildren, Brett J. Hanuschak, Todd M. Pasquale, Kayla M. Hanuschak, Zachary A. (Terry) Pasquale, Ashley M. Hanuschak, Jason Jordan, and Amy Jordan; many nieces, nephews, and extended family members; and several “granddogs,” including her favorite, “Archie.”

Besides her husband, five sisters, her twin, Bobbie Dean Shepherd, Mary Essex, Eloise Cullen, Pauline Watkins, and Belle Adams; five brothers, Leonard and Hollis Thigpen, Andy Thigpen Jr., and two infant brothers; and a son-in-law, Frank Pasquale, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may gather from 5 to 8 p.m. on FRIDAY, May 1, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Family and friends may also call from 9 to 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, May 2, at Austintown Baptist Church, 1180 S. Raccoon Rd., Austintown, where funeral services will take place at 10 a.m.

Graveside services will follow at Tod Homestead Cemetery in Youngstown.

Billie Jean’s family expresses sincere thanks to the caring staff at Austinwoods, at Victoria House, and at St. Elizabeth Health Center at both the Youngstown and Boardman Campuses, for the kindness shown and care given to Billie Jean.

Memorial contributions may be made in Billie Jean’s name to Austintown Baptist Church.




Jennie Tibolla, 92

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 4/29, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Jennie Tibolla, 92, of the city's west side, passed away early Sunday evening, April 26, 2015, at Briarfield at Ashley Place following a long and fulfilling life.

Jennie was born Sept. 29, 1922, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late Joseph and Concetta Mancini Grieco, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a graduate of East High School and was a member of the National Honor Society. She was a loving homemaker who dedicated her adult life to raising her three sons and caring for her family.

Jennie was a longtime member of St. Brendan Church in Youngstown. She was also an active member of the Sam Camen Center.

Mrs. Tibolla’s husband of 66 years, Jack Tibolla Sr., passed away Jan. 5, 2010.

She leaves three sons, Jack (Jeanne) Tibolla of Boardman, Richard Tibolla (Barbara Moses) of Youngstown, and Joseph (Patty) Tibolla of Austintown; three grandchildren, Jason (Nannette) Tibolla, Gregory (Amy) Tibolla, and Brian (Necolle) Tibolla; and five great-grandchildren, Kailyn, Nick, Mattie, Sophia, and Jack.

A true matriarch who loved her family and always put them first, Jennie will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Besides her husband, two sisters, Antoinette Celio and Mary Gallo, and two brothers, Andy and Dan Greco, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, April 29,, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on THURSDAY (4/30) 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.

Committal services will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown, where Jennie will be laid to rest next to her husband.




Eugene C. Schimpf, 83
[Private services were held.]

GIRARD - Eugene C. Schimpf, 83, passed away peacefully at his home, Feb. 25, 2015, following a long and courageous battle with metastasized prostate cancer.

Eugene was born Feb. 5, 1932, on Youngstown’s east side, a son of the late Charles and Anna Schimpf, and was a lifelong area resident.

Mr. Schimpf began working several odd jobs at the age of 14, until he landed a full-time position in the open hearth at Youngstown Sheet & Tube, where he worked for nearly 20 years until the mill closed. Eugene then worked for the Trumbull County Sheriff Department in Warren, until he retired in 1993.

Over the years, Eugene was involved in many organizations, including Save Our Schools (S.O.S.), and the Girard Little Indians football team, where he was both a coach and president. He was a 30-plus year member of the Cortland Conservation Club (C.C.C.), was a member of the Girard Historical Society, and was a member in good-standing of the 2015 AFSCME Retiree Chapter, No. 1184. In addition to donating his time to these organizations, he also donated funds to many charities, including the Paralyzed Veterans of America, Help Hospitalized Veterans USA, The American Heart Association, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Eugene was a longtime member of the First Christian Church in Girard, where he was baptized.

Mr. Schimpf is survived by his wife of 43 years, Carol J. Schimpf; their daughter, Patricia; three children from a previous marriage, Paul, Cindy, and Elizabeth; A sister, Martha Young and her husband, Jack; Martha and Jack’s daughters, Paula and Caroline; three nephews, Frank Schubert Jr. and his family, and Gary and George Schimpf Jr. and their families; a dear cousin, Macy; and many dear and close friends, including Robert “Red” Keller and Frank “Beady Eyes” Kivon, both whom he met working in the mill and to whom he remained close to until the end, and Anthony Latell.

Eugene was preceded in death by his brother and sister-in-law, George and Gladys Schimpf; his maternal aunt Helen Schubert and her husband, Frank Sr., who raised Eugene from the age of five; his cousin, Sonny; a great-niece-in-law, Tiffany Schimpf-Burkett; and an uncle and aunt Alan and Kay Horvath.

Private viewing and services took place on March 5, 2015, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard, with Pastor Ron Maurek officiating. Interment was at Tod Homestead Cemetery in Youngstown.

Eugene’s family thanks the dedicated medical professionals who took care of Mr. Schimpf, including Dr. Dan Miller and his wonderful staff, renowned oncologist/hematologist, Dr. Sudershan Garg, and the devoted and caring staff at the Blood & Cancer Center in Canfield. His family also thanks the kind, caring, and compassionate staff at Kinnick Funeral Home, who went above and beyond to help make the worst of days easier to bear.




Dylan M. Sassano, 24

[Private services were held.]

GIRARD - Dylan M. Sassano, 24, passed away unexpectedly Monday, April 20, 2015, at his home.

Dylan was born Jan. 21, 1991, in Youngstown, the son of Karin Sassano, and was a graduate of Stow High School.

He loved hiking with his dog, Cooper, in the park.

Dylan is survived by his mother, Karin Minamyer of Lapeer, Mich.; maternal grandparents, Michael and Ruth Sassano of Girard; and an uncle, Michael Sassano of Girard.
Private services have been held.

Arrangements were entrusted to Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel.




Kenneth James Flere,  62

[Calling hours from 5 to 8 p.m., FRIDAY, 4/24, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

MCDONALD - Kenneth James Flere, 62, passed away suddenly, Tuesday, April 21, 2015, at his home.

Ken was born Sept. 12, 1952, in Youngstown, a son of the late Louis P. Jr. and Mary A. Rakowsky Flere, and was a lifelong area resident.

He was a 1970 graduate of McDonald High School and worked as a millwright for U.S. Steel in McDonald, up until the mill closed. Ken later went to work for Grant Street Scrap, for Main Auto Wrecking, for Atlas Metal Recycling, and was currently employed with Metalico as a metal trader.

Mr. Flere was an avid NASCAR fan and enjoyed the demolition derbies at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds, along with stock car racing at the Canfield Fairgrounds. Ken was a great mechanic, and never met an engine or motor he couldn’t fix.

He was of the Catholic faith, and was a member of SNPJ Lodge, No. 643.

Ken leaves to cherish his memory, his sister, Mary Lou Flere of McDonald; two nieces, Lucinda (Brad) Lang of McDonald and Mary (Buzz) Utsinger of Boardman; two great-nieces, Allison and Ashley Lara; a great-nephew, Joshua Lang; and many cousins in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Kentucky, Texas, and Florida.

Ken will be truly and sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
 
A brother, Louis P. Flere III, passed away in 2003.

Family and friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. on FRIDAY, April 24, at Kinnick Funeral Home, McClurkin Memorial Chapel, 222 S. State St., Girard.

Funeral services will take place at 10:30 a.m. on SATURDAY, April 25, at the funeral home.

Interment will follow at Kerr Cemetery in Mineral Ridge.



Louis Posterli, 88

[Calling hours from 6 to 8 p.m., SUNDAY, 4/19, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

AUSTINTOWN - Louis Posterli, 88, passed away peacefully Thursday afternoon, April 16, 2015, at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown, with his family by his side.

Louis was born Nov. 20, 1926, in Detroit, Michigan, a son of the late Emilio and Adele Bocchio Posterli, came to Youngstown with his family as a child, and lived most of his life in this area.

Lou was a carpenter for 42 years with Carpenters’ Local No. 171, working with the Shutrump and A.P. O’Horo Companies. He retired in 1988.

He enjoyed woodworking, and had fond memories of building his family home and of working on the construction of the stadium at Youngstown State University. Lou loved animals, and he was a kind, honest man who did all he could to help people.

Mr. Posterli was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend, and he leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife of nearly 69 years, Velma Goncy Posterli, whom he married May 11, 1946; four children, Eugene M. (Gerry) Posterli of Boardman, Diana Jean (Denny) Bernard of Oklahoma, Louis W. (Debbie) Posterli of Austintown, and Barbara Marie Posterli of Austintown; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a brother, Frank (Carolyn) Posterli of Liberty Township; a sister, Mary Powell of Youngstown; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Louis was preceded in death by a brother, Elio Posterli.

Family and friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. on SUNDAY, April 19, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown.

Funeral services will take place at 11 a.m. on MONDAY, April 20, at the funeral home.
Interment will follow at Green Haven Memorial Gardens.




Grace B. Strauch, 93

[Calling hours from 4 to 7 p.m., MONDAY, 4/20, at Kinnick Funeral Home in Youngstown.]

YOUNGSTOWN - Grace B. Strauch, 93, of the city's west side, passed away unexpectedly Thursday morning, April 16, 2015, at Masternick Memorial Health Care Center in New Middletown.

Grace was born Oct. 13, 1921, in Youngstown, a daughter of the late John and Minnie Newman Herman, and was a lifelong area resident.

She was a graduate of The Rayen School and worked at Truscon Steel as a “Rosie the Riveter” during World War II.

While raising and caring for her family, Grace worked in the housekeeping department at St. Elizabeth Health Center and was also a greeter at Wal-Mart in Austintown. She truly enjoyed working “outside the home,” interacting with other people and making new friends.

Grace was a longtime member of St. Joseph Church in Austintown. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, bingo, and spending quality time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She will be truly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Grace leaves two daughters, Sharon (Bill) Nerone of Beaver Falls, Pa., and Sandra Berenics of San Diego; three grandchildren, Bill (Laurie) Nerone, Jeff (Yvonne) Nerone, and Christy Berenics; and four great-grandchildren, Taylor, Halle, Jacob, and Addison.

A sister, Frances Bowman Bulatko, and a brother, Howard “Bud” Herman, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may gather from 4 to 7 p.m. on MONDAY, April 20, at Kinnick Funeral Home, 477 North Meridian Road, Youngstown.

Funeral services will begin at 9:15 a.m. on TUESDAY (4/21) at the funeral home, and will continue at 10 a.m. with a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at St, Joseph Church, 4545 New Road, Austintown.

Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Austintown.

Grace’s family expresses sincere thanks to the caring staff at Masternick Memorial Health Care Center for the kindness shown and care given to Grace during her recent stay. Also, special thanks to Betty and Martha for the loving friendship they shared with Grace over the past four months.

Memorial contributions may be made in Grace’s name to the Down’s Syndrome Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, One Children’s Hospital Drive, Central Plant, Floor 3, 4401 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15224.




Katherine C. Madison, 92

[Calling hours from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., THURSDAY, 4/16, at Kinnick FH, McClurkin Memorial Chapel in Girard.]

SHARON, PA. - Katherine C. Madison, 92, formerly of Girard, passed away peacefully Monday morning, April 13, 2015, at Cleppers Manor in Sharon, after a long and fulfilling life.

Katherine was born Feb. 19, 1923, in West Hazeltown, Pa., a daughter of the late Charles Frederick and Marion Miller Robbins.

Mrs. Madison was a high school graduate and she dedicated her adult life to raising and caring for her family.

She was member of First United Methodist Church in Girard. Katherine greatly enjoyed crocheting, knitting, and spending time with her family.

Her husband of 50 years, Leroy Madison, whom she married Jan. 12, 1946, passed away April 9, 1996.

Mrs. Madison leaves to cherish her memory her son, Roy Charles (Shirley Jean) Madison of Brookfield; her daughter, Kathy Lee (Mike) Gatesman of Cleveland; three grandchildren, Christina (Pete), Charles (Mindi), and Amanda (Scott); and five great-grandchildren, Peter, Madison, Kenny, Austin, and Saleena.

Besides her husband, two brothers, Charles Jr. and Buddy Robbins, preceded her in death.

Family and friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on THURSDAY, April 16, 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 Green Haven Memorial Gardens, where Katherine will be laid to rest next to her husband. 

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