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Monessen Valley Independent (Newspaper) October 16, 2012, Monessen, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED DEATH NOTICES FAYETTE COUNTY Name, age Residence Funeral home Latkanich Jr., Thomas., 62 Belle Vernon Robert A. Friends of the deceased listed here are invited to sign the online guest book at www. Thomas ‘Farmer’ M. Latkanich Jr. BELLE VERNON Thomas Farmer TM M. ‘ Lat 62, of Belle Vernon was called by the Lord and the angels of Heaven on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. He was surrounded by his loving family at his home. He was born June 4,1950, in North Charleroi, a son of Thomas M. and Margaret (Yuhasz) Latkanich of Monessen. Thomas was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. He had a long work Swarovski Outlet history, starting with the Boilermakers Local 154, in Pittsburgh, and was the proud owner of Slammin Sammies restaurant and bar in Belle Vernon. He had a love for drag racing and building race cars, especially his 70 Chevelle. He enjoyed being with his family and most importantly the lights of his life, his grandsons, Mikey and Marcus. He is survived by his beloved wife of 40 years, Joanne (Baron) Latkanich of Belle Vernon; his mother, Margaret (Yuhaz) Latkanich of Monessen; his daughter, Rochelle Latkanich of Belle Vernon; his sons, Thomas Michael Latkanich III and wife, Jenifer, of Belle Vernon, and Michael Latkanich and wife, Lisa, of Belle Vernon; his grandsons, Mathew Latkanich of Virginia, Michael and Marcus Latkanich of Belle Vernon and Scotty Chioc chio of Belle Vernon; and his granddogs, Buddy and Bailey Latkanich of Belle Vernon. He was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Michael Latkanich Sr.; uncle, Douglas Paul Latkanich; grandparents, Michael and Sophia Latkanich and George and Susan Yuhaz; and mother and father in law, Putty and Jean Baron. on Tuesday in the ROBERT A. BILLICK FUNERAL HOME INC. Wednesday in the funeral home. in Lynnwood Lutheran Church, Belle Vernon. Interment will follow in Belle Vernon Cemetery. Kenneth R. Anderson SPEERS Kenneth R. Anderson, 74, of Speers, died Monday, Oct. 15,2012, in UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh. He was born Dec. 26, 1937, in North Charleroi, a son of the late Fred and Esther Irey Anderson. Ken graduated from Charleroi High School, with the Class of 1955. He retired in 1997 from the Columbia Gas Co. He was a member of the F and AM Tri County Lodge No. 0252 in Donora and was a past master of the F and AM Lodge in Fayette City. Ken was also a member of the Ancient Accepted Scot tish Rite, Council Chapter Consistory, Valley of Pittsburgh and the Valley of Uniontown Lodge. He was a former member of the Jay TMs Golf League and the Charleroi Lions Club. Surviving is his wife, Donna Crabb Anderson; his son, Kenneth C. In addition to his parents, Ken was preceded in death by his sister, Mary Jo Sprowls; his nephew, Todd Sprowls; and a brother in law, Edgar Crabb Jr. Wednesday in the SCHROCK HOGAN FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICES INC., 226 Fallowfield Ave., Charleroi. Thursday in the funeral home with the Rev. Mark Woomer officiating. Interment will follow in Mon Valley Memorial Park. Wednesday in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www. Norma G. Deems Dennis MONONGAHELA Norma G. Deems Dennis, 79, of Monongahela, died Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, in Monongahela Valley Hospital emergency department. She was born Oct. 31,1932, in Bentleyville, a daughter of the late John Nelson and Sarah Margaret Deems. Mrs. Dennis was a 1950 graduate of California High School. For many years she was a nurse TMs aid for HRS Health Care and was a foster parent and caregiver until her retirement in 2003. Mrs. Dennis was a lifelong member of the Grace United Methodist Church. Surviving are eight sons, Don Cree (Mary Jane) of Oak Harbor, Ohio, Stanley T. Cree, Bud Men zer (Susan), John Men zer (Ramona), Ben Dennis, Rob Dennis (Stacey,) all of Monongahela, and Ramon Dennis of Monroeville; two daughters, Jan Cree (Michelle Ross) and Kimberly Velmer, both of Monongahela; one brother, Gene Deems (Wanda) of West Pike Run Township; four sisters, Sis Colvin (Ray) of Fallowfield Township, Edie Sosnak (Bernard) of Coal Center, Kaye Mowrey (John) of Bethel Park and Karen Walsh (Charles) of Annapolis, Md.; eight grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Deceased in addition to her parents are three brothers, John Bub, Charles Lindy and Darrell Babe Deems. Wednesday in the JOHN B. Thursday, Oct. 18,2012, with Pastor Randy Landman officiating. Interment will be in Beallsville Cemetery Beallsville. Box 2680, North Canton, OH 44720. Online guest book and personal condolences may be accessed at www. Mary Elizabeth Ludwick STAR JUNCTION Mary Elizabeth Ludwick, 93, of Star Junction, passed away on Friday, Oct. 12,2012. She was born in Czechoslovakia, the daughter of the late Andrew and Theresa Cezsmadia Bilohlavek. She was a lifelong member of St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, Per ryopolis. She loved being a mother, grandmother and homemaker. She was a fantastic cook. She is survived by three daughters, Barbara Timcheck and husband, Thomas, of Per ryopolis, Rosemary Doria and husband, Eugene, and Kathleen Adam, both of Star Junction; grandchildren, Thomas Timcheck Jr. of Mechanicsbur Swarovski Outlet g, Brian Timcheck and wife, Tammy, of York, Debbie and husband, Rick Ack inclose, of Greensburg, Eugene Doria and wife, Debbie, of Coatesville, Pa., Angie and husband, Steve Seimbak, Maria and husband, Garrett Hoose, all of Perryopolis, Lisa Doria of Belle Vernon, Christine and husband, Jeff Calde rone of Smithton, Gregory and wife, Renee Matty, of Perryopolis; 15 greatgrandchildren; brothers, Andrew, John, Thomas and Paul Bilohlavek; and sisters, Irene Bubnash and Patricia Lafko. Mary was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, John E. Ludwick; two sisters, Catherine Larsen and Theresa Ber ezney; and one brother, Alexander. in St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, Perryopolis. The Rev. Father James Petrovsky will celebrate. Interment will be in Lafayette Memorial Park, Uniontown, PA, 15401. A wake service will be held Monday in the funeral home. We would like to extend a very special thanks to the staff of Anna Lisa TMs Personal Care Home and the nurses from Medi Hospice. Margaret Marie ‘Dzara’ Molchan PERRYOPOLIS Margaret Marie Dzara Molchan, 85, of Perryopolis, passed away Sunday, Oct. 14,20 Swarovski Outlet 12. She was born April 3,1926, in Edenborn, Pa., the daughter of the late Joseph and Helen Budner Gillock. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the BLAIR LOWTHER FUNERAL HOME INC.,306 Rear Independence St., Perryopolis, PA 15473. Oct. 9 from a residence at 901 Oakland Ave. in Charleroi, police reported. Wednesday with failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders after he moved from 899 Twilight Hollow Road and did not update his address as required by Megan TMs Law, police said. Thursday after she allegedly removed perfume from its box and concealed nail polish in her purse at the Rite Aid in Charleroi, according to police. Friday, police said. and found a glass marijuana pipe and evidence of marijuana use where juveniles were present, police reported. Derrick Blakey, 46, of 1003 Upper Crest Ave., Charleroi, was charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving while operating privileges were suspended following a Saturday afternoon traffic stop in the 500 block of Fallowfield Avenue, police said. According to police, officers discovered marijuana in Blakey TMs vehicle, and after taking him into custody and searching him, also found Blakey to be in possession of four individually wrapped bags of suspected POLICE LOG crack cocaine. Blakey was arraigned via video by Magisterial District Judge Robert Redlinger and remanded to the Washington County Correctional Facility on $15,000 bond. Saturday. While dealing with Cowart, officers discovered he had an outstanding warrant out of Westmoreland County. Cowart was lodged in the Monessen jail until he could be picked up by the Westmoreland County Sheriffs Department, police said. John Monack, 50, of 604 Fallowfield Ave., Apt. No. Sunday after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend, Margaret Dillard, at his residence, police reported. Monack was arraigned via video by Magisterial District Judge Robert Redlinger remanded to the Wash ington County Correctional Facility on $2,500 bond. Southwest Regional Donna Clark, 63, of 267 Stone Church Road, Union Township, reported that an unknown person or persons using an unknown method scratched up her windshield. Clark stated that this incident may have occurred over the dates on Oct. 8 or Oct. 10, police reported. Anyone with any information on this incident is asked to call police at 724 929 8484 or send a message to their Facebook page. Friday, an anonymous caller reported that three young juveniles were in the area of 206 Market Street in Belle Vernon throwing rocks at various homes, police said. Anyone with any information can contact police at 724 929 8484 or send a private message to the department TMs Face book page. Timothy Tortorice, 47, of 109 Fairview Road, Elrama, Union Township, was cited for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in relation to an incident at his residence, police said. Oct. 9. The incident was found to represent a violation of his probation on unrelated charges and he was transported and remanded to the Washington County Correctional Facility, police reported. David Doroshkevich, 18, of 973 Grant Ave., Monessen was charged with recklessly endangering another person, reckless driving and minor prohibited from Swarovski Outlet operating a motor vehicle with alcohol in his system in relation to an automobile accident on Dally Road in Long Branch. Doroshkevich allegedly crashed the vehicle he was operating into a brick pillar and tree stump at Howe Cemetery. A passenger in his vehicle, Eric McFeely, 19, of 1520 Meadow Ave., Monessen was charged with underage drinking and restrictions on alcoholic beverages as well as scattering rubbish after disposing brewed beverage containers in a wooded area near the scene, police said. Wednesday at the American Legion home, Broad Avenue, North Belle Vernon. Wednesday at the Bradenville Volunteer Fire Department. Reach more current renters with Trib Total Media and. Call me to see your changes for 2013. Annual enrollment starts 10/15 for you to change to any plan you want. 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