February 2016

John A. “Banjo” Anthony

JOHN A. “Banjo” ANTHONY

JOHN A. “Banjo” ANTHONY, 91, of Dutch Hill, Parker, Pa. passed away at 7:20 AM Saturday morning (02-27-16) at his residence of infirmities of age.

JOHN A. “Banjo” ANTHONY

JOHN A. “Banjo” ANTHONY

Jean M. Cornelius

Jean M. Cornelius, 81, of Scott Road, Emlenton, passed away Wednesday morning, February 24, 2016 at Trinity Living Center in Grove City.

Jean was born on Pittsburgh’s South Side on June 19, 1934. She was the daughter of George and Marie Kuhn. Jean graduated from Carrick High School. She enjoyed puzzles, sewing and collecting dolls. She was a member of St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church in Emlenton and the Scrubgrass Senior Center.

Chase A. Longo

Chase A. Longo

Chase A. Longo, 21, of Walnut St., Emlenton, passed away unexpectedly Sunday morning, February 21, 2016 in Pittsburgh.

Chase was born in Pittsburgh on January 31, 1995.  He was the son of Carrie A. Hackwelder-Longo and the late Bryan S. Longo.

He was a 2013 graduate of Allegheny-Clarion Valley High School in Foxburg and was currently a junior engineering student at the University of Pittsburgh.

Chase A. Longo

Chase A. Longo

Forest County State Correctional Institution - Marienville, PA

Forest County State Correctional Institution - Marienville, PA

Letter to the Editor - Inmate is harassing a Corrections Officer

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Forest County State Correctional Institution - Marienville, PA

Editor:

Erie Diocese unveils first portion of Building in Truth and Love, final plan for Catholic schools

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Diocese of Erie

Tuesday, the Diocese of Erie began unveiling Building in Truth and Love, the highly anticipated final plan for Catholic schools throughout the 13-county diocese. The blueprint is part of the most comprehensive pastoral planning effort the diocese has undergone in several decades.

Diocese of Erie

Diocese of Erie

Dorothy A. Clouse

Dorothy A. Clouse

Dorothy A. Clouse, 93, of Chicora, left for her heavenly home shortly after her arrival at Butler Memorial Hospital Wednesday afternoon, February 10, 2016.
Mrs. Clouse had been a resident of Sunnyview Nursing Home in Butler since 2014, where she enjoyed various activities, especially bingo and crossword puzzles. Dorothy had formed many close relationships with the staff and residents at the home where she felt truly comfortable.
Dorothy was born in Summit Twp., Butler County on January 7, 1923. She was the daughter of the late Norman P. and Agnes Moniot Oesterling.

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