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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaPage 4 thursday june 18, 2015 the Indiana Gazette obituaries tomorrows funerals Rairigh Bence funeral Home inc. I i we or our fathers in ourselves. We go through life in Many ways w someone in need or even How to i to shake hands or that you should maybe it was the Way he taught you of him As a Teache chances Are you thou father did for a Livin whatever your g or � Affinity Rair Funer 724 349 2000 Indiana a 15701 965 Philadelphia Street wow. Re David a. R Rairigh o Wner supervisor the people who made us who we this fathers Day we see our dad ral Rig race in go Ben c. 724 254 4342 Clymer a 15728 655 Franklin Street Bah. Net Gerald s. R oof supervisor Frank Chichy Frank Chichy 68, of Indiana passed away tuesday june 16, 2015, while at the Shadyside Hospital Pittsburgh. The son of Theodore and Helen Yatsko Chichy he was born july 20, 1946, in Cuya hoga county Ohio. Frank was a graduate of Purchase line High school and Milton Hershey school for boys. After working Many years for a p Coal company he retired from that facility. He was also a retired Deputy game commissioner. As an avid outdoors Man he enjoyed Hunting fishing camping and travelling to his Camp in Elk county. Frank enjoyed Lascar and watching the pirates penguins Steeles and Penn state Kittany Lions. He will be remembered As a Loving husband and father. He is survived by his wife Linda Peightal Chichy whom he wed nov. 16, 1966 four children Frank and Girlfriend Lisa George of Home Michelle will Warfel of Clymer Renee Kerstetter of Indiana and Scott Melissa Chichy of Beaver Falls siblings Joann Dick Raymer of Oregon Helen Hill of Clymer Theodore Chichy of Marion Center Michael Mary Jane Chichy of Clymer Joseph Chichy of Clymer Annamae Danny Mitchell of Tennessee Luann Rich Bowser of Indiana Debbie Ernie Desmaris Ohio John Beverly Chichy of Rochester Mills and Chris Karen Chichy of Glen Campbell nine grandchildren Morgan Noah Cory and Fiancee Brittni Matthew and wife Samanthia Joshua Cassie Shelby Alison and Aidan three great grandchildren Rylee Alaina and Xander and numerous nieces and nephews. Frank was preceded in death by his parents brother in Law Clyde Hill daughter in Law Nicole Chichy lindas parents James and Henrietta Peightal and his Stepfather Louis Chichy. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Sunday at the John a. Lefdahl funeral Home Indiana. A funeral mass will be celebrated 10 a. Monday at St. Bernard roman Catholic Church. Entombment will follow in the St. Bernard cemetery. In lieu of Flowers donations May be made to the american heart association. Wow. . Com Fred Shimps Fred Shimps 86, of Indiana passed away peacefully june 10, 2015, at the Indiana regional medical Center with his family at his Side. He was born july 16, 1928, in Coral the son of the late Joseph and Mary Bosich Shimps. Or. Shimps was a member of St. Thomas More Parish a lifetime member of vow Post # 1989, american legion Post # 0493, disabled american veterans chapter Indiana # 20 and the Jmwa local 1412 1619. Fred enjoyed hiking camping fishing Hunting travelling drawing and his grandchildren. He retired from the u. S. Army in 1972 after 21 years of service serving from 1950 to1972. He served four Tours in Germany and one tour in Vietnam with the 313th radio research battalion in Nha Trang. His decorations include five Good conduct medals occupation of Germany medal Vietnam service medal with two Bronze stars Republic of Vietnam Campaign medal and a Bronze Star. Or. Shimps also retired from Helen mining co., where he worked for 20 years. He is survived by his Loving wife of 56 years Erika Maier Shimps children Ingrid Shimps Strayer and husband Mark of Bethel Park Mary Shimps Mcintyre and husband Bill of Springfield a. Barbara Shimps Crum and husband Mike of fort Wright by. And Fred Shimps and wife Michelle of Blairsville. Or. Shimps is also survived by eight grandchildren Chris Jason Erin Scott Jennifer Daniel Meghan and Corey and seven great grandchildren Jacob Molly Jena Leila Kathryn Ethan and Griffin numerous nieces and nephews his brother Martin Shimps and wife Annabelle of Blairsville and Sisters Delores Shimps Markert of Coral and Carol Shimps Sarnosky and husband Charles of Warren Ohio. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his Brothers Tom and wife Mary and Billy and wife Bernice his brother in Law Harry Markert and sister inlaw Anne Shimps. A mass of Christian burial will be held at 10 30 a. Friday at our lady of the Assumption Parish Coral site with father William Lechnar As celebrant. Interment will be at Arlington National cemetery in Virginia at a later Date. In lieu of Flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to Vna of Indiana county hospice 850 Hospital Road suite 3000, Indiana a 15701. James Conrad James w. Conrad 88, of Smicksburg died tuesday june 16, 2015, at St. Andrewes Village in Indiana. He was born March 19, 1927, at Good Hill East Mahoning township son of the late Fred and Alta aul Conrad. He married the woman of his life Helen d. Elkin Conrad on March 20, 1948. She preceded him in death on feb. 18, 2015. James was a member of the Salem lutheran Church in Smicksburg. He was a spiritual Leader and taught the words of god and Jesus Christ from the holy Bible to sunday school classes for More than 60 years. He was a Gunsmith a school bus Driver for Punxsutawney school District for 44 years and a Farmer. James loved gods creations Fields forests land and animals. He knew by the Grace of god he was greatly blessed with a wonderful wife a righteous Loving caring family and Many Many friends near and far. His surviving relatives include four children a son Larry j. Conrad and wife Karen of Smicksburg daughters Sandra Alabran and husband Glen of Smicksburg Margaret Peggy Repine and husband Thom of treasure Lake and Drinda White and husband Dennis of Smicksburg and an adopted daughter Karen Ann Hendershott of Smicksburg six grandchildren Josh Conrad and wife Emily Michele Ojo Ade and husband Ade Tammy Bowers and husband Jeff Robby Alabran and Marina Bolinger and her son Augie Joanna Black and husband Scott and Justin White and wife Koniesha two step grandchildren Thom Repine and Heidi Mcgeary seven great grandchildren Owen Miles and Henry Conrad Remi Ojo Ade Jace and Jayvion White and Kylie Bowers and two Ste great grandchildren Amber and Wyatt Mcgeary. In addition to his wife and parents he was preceded in death by a godfather Raul Mottarn. Friends will be received from 4 to 8 p. M., Friday at the Deeley funeral Home Punxsutawney. A funeral service will be held at 11 a. M., saturday at the Salem lutheran Church in Smicksburg with the Rev. Jean Caudill and the Rev. Maureen Seifried officiating. Interment will be in Smicksburg cemetery. Memorial contributions May be made to St. Andrewes Village 1155 Indian Springs Road Indiana a 15701. Online condolences May be made at wow. Deeley funeral Home. Com. Patricia Jean Peterman Patricia Jean Peterman 86, of Hampton va., passed away tuesday feb. 24, 2015, at her Home after an 8 � year Battle with alzheimer res disease. She was born in Indiana and was a lifetime member of the vow ladies auxiliary. She is survived by her children Donald Bernadette Patricia and David Roberta sue and her nieces nephews grandchildren and great grandchildren. Patricia was preceded in death by her husband David n. Peterman us ret her parents George and Coralie Fields and her siblings George and Lenora. A graveside service will be held at 2 p. Saturday at Greenwood cemetery plot 130, Section a Indiana. James Stitt James Edward Stitt 63, of Blairsville passed away sunday june 14, 2015, in Pittsburgh. A son of James a. And Pearl m. Duncan Stitt he was born Jan. 8, 1952, in Black lick. The greatest Joy for Jim in life was when he was Hunting and fishing. He is survived by four sons Michael Jessica Stitt of Franklin Gerald Shelly Stitt of Franklin Richard Liz Stitt of Emlenton and Joshua Erin Palmer of Pittsburgh 10 grandchildren one brother Ralph Judy Stitt of Indiana two nephews and his significant other Betty Hartzog of Blairsville. Jim was preceded in death by his parents. There will be no visitation. Mary Ann Zuchelli Mary Ann Kubala Zuchelli of Woodhaven care Center Monroeville formerly of Homer City died wednesday june 17, 2015. She was born june 19, 1933, in Edri. Mary Ann was a graduate of elders Ridge High school and Indiana Hospital school of nursing. She retired As a registered nurse. Mary Ann attended our lady of the Assumption Church St. Louis Parish Lucernemines and she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by her Sisters Margaret Guiher of Aultman Betty Kubala of Pittsburgh Agnes Bill Hathcoat of Alamo Texas Jennie Scanlon of Indiana and Jean Sam Wright of Saltsburg Brothers George of Buffalo n. Y. And James of Creekside her daughter Lisa a. Fetterman and husband James of Cranberry township sons James h. Zuchelli and wife Kathleen of Irwin and Anthony p. Zuchelli of Pittsburgh and seven grandchildren James and Jenna Fetterman Aaron Emily Alan and Alyson Zuchelli and Lucian Zuchelli. Mary Ann was preceded in death by her husband James e. Zuchelli parents Steve and Amelia Brazoski Kubala Brothers Steve Joe John Mike and Edward and Sisters Louise Burtick and Catherine Yurky. A mass of Christian burial will be held at noon Friday at our lady of the Assumption Parish Lucernemines site with the Rev. Father Ron Cyktor As celebrant. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the Indiana Hospital nurses alumni association a o Indiana Hospital p. O. Box 788, 835 Hospital Road Indiana a 15701. Officials seek Way to remedy smelly ditch by Chauncey Ross Chauncey Indian Gazette. Net Black lick township officials said the expertise of state environmental officials May be necessary to remedy the pollution of a drainage ditch literally across Park drive from the township office. Neighbors Pauline Duncan and Ruth Ann and Wayne Stiles whose Homes stand about 100 Yards East of the township office told the Board of supervisors wednesday that the ditch has been fouled by household waste and apparent Petroleum products. The smell has been going into our houses for four or five months now Duncan told the supervisors. Somethings got to be done. Its like sludge. Its bad its Black and it stinks Ruth Stiles said. The neighbors said the smell gets worse after heavy rainfall and during hot weather. The ditch is intended to carry away Only Rainwater Runoff and although the neighbourhood is served by a sanitary sewage pipeline system the water in the ditch has the telltale Rainbow Sheen of an Oil Slick near their houses. Duncan said her grandchildren needed medical care for respiratory problems that developed after they were exposed to the smells. The exact source of the pollution a snot been determined. It has surfaced in the same area that was contaminated within the past few years by a leak of 250 Gallons of fuel Oil from a storage tank at a Mobile Home that has since been removed from the lot next to duncans Home. Supervisor chairman Larry Henry and supervisor Anthony Distefano said the department of environmental Protection cleaned up the earlier Oil spill and Distefano said the township would ask Dep to look at the new problem. Lets get the Dep Back in to look at it Distefano said. How do we clean up something like that if we touch it its going to make it worse. They May have some suggestions on How you do it what you do with it. Henry and Distefano considered the residents request and unanimously approved other township business. Supervisor John Shields was absent. In other business the supervisors agreed to advertise for bids for Road paving supplies for the summer project. Bids on More than 1,600 tons of various paving materials will be due in the township office by 3 p. July 6. Henry said the township plans to resurface Mcknight Road Hazel Street Ridgeview Avenue Sharps Hill Road Maple Avenue Extension and Susan drive As the budget allows. The township last month requested $ 141,748 of Rural Road paving funds being allocated by the Indiana county commissioners. The county was expected to respond to municipal requests today Henry said. Appointed Deborah Maudie of Lintner Road to a three year term on the Burrell township Library Board. Appointed Susie Furey to a three year term and Jeff Furey to a two year term on the Burrell township Parks Board. The supervisors appointed them to terms of different lengths As part of a plan to stagger the expiration dates of All the Parks Board members terms. They would be considered for full five year terms when they become eligible for reappointment. Announced that the township office will be closed july 3 in Observance of Independence Day. Burrell township Coo Jane c. Frederick Bowser funeral Home Homer City 724 479 9422 late death Shim Sfred 10 30 a. M., our lady of the Assumption Coral c. Frederick Bowser funeral Home Zuchel Limary Ann Kubal Anoon our lady of the Assumption Lucernemines c. Frederick Bowser funeral Home i Etc to offer cd training program the Indiana county technology Center is doing its part to help Industry Stem the shortage of commercial truck Drivers in the Region. A commercial Drivers License or cd training program will be starting at the technology Center in late july. I picked up an Issue of the Indiana Gazette in april and the headline read trucking Industry faces shortage of Drivers and As soon As i got Back to the school i started making phone Calls Eric Palmer it cos adult education coordinator said in a release. A Quick scan of the local Job openings sealed the Deal Indiana county needed cd Drivers so we worked with our partners to put together a program to help meet the need. I Etc has partnered with the Center for transportation safety cts Denver based company to deliver the training. Until recently cts provided Driver training solutions and Fleet risk management exclusively to Industry and was not offering its curriculum to the Public. Previously this training was Only available to cts private clients that include corporations nonprofits municipalities and state and Federal governments. We Are excited that cts has agreed to partner with the technology Center to offer this in demand training. Our students will receive the same Quality instruction that cts has been providing to its corporate clients for years Palmer said. In the classroom students will receive instruction ranging from general vehicle and process knowledge through adherence to Federal guidelines and regulations. Some of the course topics Are preventive maintenance and servicing special situations general knowledge of the vehicle and proficiency development. Students will receive comprehensive behind the wheel experience in private training areas As Well As out in traffic on Public roads. Instructors in the program work with each student on exercises required by the state to Issue a cd License giving them the skills and knowledge to take their exam with Confidence. An open House for the program will be held on tuesday from noon to 6 p. At i Etc. Visitors will be Able to Check out a High tech truck driving simulator take a look at a training skid car and meet representatives from the school and trucking companies. We Are even giving away a Samsung Galaxy 8.0 Tablet Palmer said. The first classes Are scheduled to begin july 20 and will run in three week sessions. Visit wow. . Com for More information or Contact the i Etc admissions office at 724 349 6700, ext. 131, or via email at admissions i Etc. Edu. Philadelphia a the Dalai Lama will be honoured with Philadelphia ass Liberty medal for his efforts to promote compassion and human rights around the Globe. In announcing the award wednesday National Constitution Center ceo Jeffrey Rosen said the tibetan spiritual Leader has emphasized the ideals of Freedom dialogue and tolerance. The medal comes with a $ 100,000 Cash prize. Its Given annually by the Constitution Center to those who strive to secure Liberty for people worldwide. Indiana is being honoured with a 2015 playful City Usa designation for the third year. In partnership with the Humana foundation Kaboom is honouring cities towns and counties across the country for making their communities More playable. Indiana Borough White township the Indiana area school District and Indiana recreation and Parks commission jointly sought the designation. Efforts to make the Community More playable continue with the fourth Ward playground project adjacent to Whites Woods a popular area for hiking and nature exploration. This Community Effort was made possible by a Kaboom Grant and a partnership Between Indiana Borough and White township. The playground will be a Community build project to create a new play space for Young people in the neighbourhood and visitors to Whites Woods. The Cost of the project is about $ 30,000, half of which is still needed to Complete the playground. Anyone who would like to contribute to or help with the construction of the Park can visit playful Indiana. Word press. Com for More information Call Roland Francis at the Indiana Borough office at 724 465 6691, or Milt lady at the White township office at 724 463 8585. Indiana wins playful City designation for third year Dalai Lama to be honoured

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