Archive - Nov 6, 2013
Janice M. Molella, 80, of Cushing Avenue, Johnsonburg, died late Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013 at UPMC Hamot of Erie after a short illness.
She was born April 15, 1933 in Ridgway, daughter of the late Herman and Helen (Koppitch) Grabofski.
A graduate of Johnsonburg Area High School, Class of 1951, she had been employed as an LPN at the hospital in St. Marys for 40 years.
She was a member of St. John Lutheran Church and lived all her life in Johnsonburg.
Louise M. Bauer, 88, of St. Marys, died Wednesday, Nov. 6 at the Elk Haven Nursing Home after a brief illness.
She was born Aug. 29, 1925 in Force, daughter of the late Charles and Josephine (Andresak) Michuck. She married Robert M. Bauer, who preceded her in death on Apr. 5, 1987.
She is survived by four sons, Robert M. Bauer II of St. Marys; Charles L. Bauer of Webster, N.Y.; Stephen P. Bauer and his wife Lisa of St. Marys; Frederick G. Bauer of Irwin; and two granddaughters, Rachel and Michelle Bauer.
The Fox Township Supervisors began their Wednesday evening meeting by observing a moment of silence for Blaine E. "Skeeter" Wildnauer Jr., a Fox Twp. volunteer firefighter who died in the line of duty on Saturday.
In a fitting tribute honoring fallen firefighter Blaine E. "Skeeter" Wildnauer, Jr., of Kersey, a solemn procession was held Wednesday morning which included dozens of fire departments from four counties.
Wildnauer, 58, died Saturday morning in the line of duty while responding to a traffic crash on the Old Kersey Road. A lifelong resident of the area, Wildnauer dedicated 40 years of service to the Fox Township Volunteer Fire Department.
The St. Marys Area High School held its fall sports awards program Tuesday night in Carpin Auditorium. Those student/athletes participating in girls' tennis, volleyball, boys' and girls' cross country, boys' and girls' soccer and golf were recognized.
QUEHANNA â€“Â The 86 individuals drawn for elk licenses in this year's drawing represented only a small fraction of the 22,331 hunters who applied. Additionally, many of those individuals had been applying for years and had accrued a number of preference points, resulting in 116,734 entries being in this year's drawing.
Given those numbers the odds of a first-time applicant being selected, much less for one of the 26 available bull tags, seemed to be slim, but that is exactly what happened for Catawissa resident William Gifford.