November 16th, 2010
John F. Wachob, 84, of 101 Julia Street, Johnsonburg, died on Saturday morning, Nov. 13, 2010, at his residence, surrounded by his family, following a short illness.
He was born March 25, 1926, in Johnsonburg, son of the late Lloyd B. and Viola Muroski Wachob.
On Sept. 25, 1946, in the Holy Rosary Church, Johnsonburg, he married Bette J. Williams, who preceded him in death on Dec. 27, 2007.
Kathryn M. "Katie" Zoschg, 94, of 3033 Cameron Rd., Emporium, died on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, at Guy and Mary Felt Manor in Emporium
She was bornÂ Nov. 25, 1915 in Rathbun, a daughter of the late George F. and Rose Balaban Mahovlich.
On July 14, 1941 in Winchester, Va., she married Matthew A. Zoschg Sr., who preceded her in death on Dec. 18, 2003.
Mrs. Zoschg was a devoted mother and grandmother and enjoyed spending time around her home, most especially gardening. She was a member of St. Mark Catholic Church.
Regina J. Wonderling, 74, of 2166 Ridgway-Johnsonburg Rd., Ridgway, died on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010, at the Elk Regional Health Center after a lengthy illness.
She was born May 4, 1936, in Johnsonburg, daughter of the late James and Verna VanLuvender Shaffer. On July 30, 1955, in Wilcox, she married Carlton G. Wonderling, who survives.
She was a lifelong resident of the area and was a graduate of Johnsonburg High School. She was a former employee of the Stackpole Corp. and Ridgway Powdered Metals. Mrs. Wonderling was a Protestant by faith and she enjoyed being with her family.
Margaret M. Gigliotti, 78, of 620 First Ave., Johnsonburg, died Sunday afternoon, Nov. 14, 2010, at the Elk Regional Health Center following a short illness.
She was born Feb. 15, 1932 in Johnsonburg, daughter of the late Guiseppe and Frances Careno Gigliotti.
She resided in Johnsonburg all her life and graduated from Johnsonburg High School in 1950.
Gloria Valentine Anderson, 84, of 769 Washington Rd., St. Marys, died on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, at Elk Regional Health Center after a brief illness.
She was born Jan. 2, 1926, in Emporium, daughter of the late Charles and Ruth Husted Razey.
On Oct. 28, 1950 in the Sacred Heart Rectory, she married Firmin E. Valentine, who preceded her in death on Aug. 18, 1979. On June 6, 1982, in Ludlow, she married Bertil L. Anderson, who preceded her in death on March 23, 2002.
Bob Yoder once again addressed council members on behalf of Dynamic Energy, Inc., asking for council members to indicate whether they intend to move forward on a power purchase agreement for the downtown parking garage project, as well as working to solve any other potential issues that they foresee regarding the project.
Yoder explained that an initial design concept had recently been completed for placing the panels on the garage.
ECC finishes regional with 1-2 record
CLARION - The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusader volleyball team saw their season come to an end Saturday at the PIAA Regional Tournament held at Clarion Area High School.
Elk Catholic competed against Northern Cambria, Bishop Canevin and Saegertown for one of the top two spots that would qualify them for this weekendâ€™s PIAA championships at York.
Northern Cambria won the tournament with a 3-0 record. Elk Catholic, along with Saegertown and Bishop Canevin, all finished with a 1-2 record, necessitating a playoff.
The Crystal Fire Department was presented with the Distinguished Service Award during American Legion Post 103's annual Veterans Day Banquet at the Bavarian Hills on Saturday evening.
Victor Straub, Legion member and master of ceremonies for the banquet, explained that the Distinguished Service Award is a special award that is presented to someone who has distinguished himself or herself in giving of their time, efforts and talents in creating a better community. On two prior occasions, the award was presented to organizations for their outstanding service to the community.
Elk County Sheriff Jeffrey Krieg was the guest speaker at the St. Marys American Legion Post 103's annual Veterans Day Banquet on Saturday evening at Bavarian Hills in St. Marys. Krieg explained that he was asked to speak about the Sheriff's Office because many people are unsure of its actual purpose.
According to Krieg, the Sheriff's Office is the oldest law enforcement division in Pennsylvania and dates back to the founding of the Commonwealth.
"We were arresting people back in the 1700s, long before there were state police and municipal police and everything else," Krieg said.