Local news Saturday, June 24, 2000
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South Bethlehem native survived by niece here
Martin Dilk, 144 N. Crescent Drive, Hermitage, died at 6:40 p.m. Friday (6-23-00) in Nugent Convalescent Home, Hermitage. He was 92.
Mr. Dilk was born Feb. 22, 1908, in South Bethlehem, Pa., to Joseph and Elizabeth Ser Dilk.
Surviving are: two nieces, Irene Racketa, with whom he lived, and Helen Perfilio, Billingham, Wash.
Jennie E. Isacco
Jennie E. Isacco, Forestville., died at 3:50 p.m. Friday (6-23-00) in her home. She was 88.
Obituary information was incomplete.
John S. Liszka
West Salem dairy farmer retired from Damascus
LOUISVILLE, Ohio -- Mass of Christian burial will be Monday for John S. Liszka, Alter Care Nursing Home, formerly of 198 N. Maysville Road, West Salem Township, who died at 8 p.m. Thursday (6-22-00) in the home. He was 85.
Mr. Liszka was born May 18, 1915, in Everson, Pa., to George and Zophia Wojnarowski Liszka.
Retiring in 1980, he was a furnace operator for what is now Damascus-Bishop Tube Co., Reynolds.
Mr. Liszka had previously worked as an attendant at McClimans Sterling Gas Station, Greenville.
A lifelong farmer, he worked on what is now the Col. Hunter Game Farm, Jamestown.
Since 1945, Mr. Liszka was a diary farmer having his own farm in West Salem Township.
He was a member of St. Michael’s Church, Greenville.
Mr. Liszka enjoyed woodworking and all things mechanical.
Surviving are: his wife, the former Mary Rerko, whom he married Dec. 1, 1945; a daughter, Mrs. William (Dolores) O’Hara, Export, Pa.; a son, Edward J. Liszka, Randolph, Ohio; two sisters, Harriet Liszka, Jamestown, and Rose Clute, Kinsman, Ohio; three brothers, Leo and Thomas Liszka, both Greenville, and Frank Liszka, Jamestown; and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by an infant sister, Rose Liszka; a sister, Stephi Cummins; and a brother, Joseph Liszka.
Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.
Gertrude A. Resetar
Former Jamestown woman was a homemaker
Gertrude A. Resetar, 1687 Perry Highway, Volant, formerly of Jamestown, died at 12:03 p.m. Thursday (6-22-00) in United Community Hospital, Pine Township. She was 83.
Mrs. Resetar was born May 1, 1917, in Homestead, to Walter and Pauline Mundel Slomka.
A homemaker, she was a member of St. Margaret’s Church, Jamestown, and the Ladies Guild.
Her husband, George F. Resetar, whom she married Aug. 4, 1935, died Sept. 20, 1997.
Surviving are: a daughter, Patricia Knight, Volant; a son, George Resetar, Los Angeles, Calif.; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Edward and Walter Slomka.
Walter F. Sabulski
Sawhill retiree also owned cafe in Sharon in 1970s
Walter F. Sabulski, 1295 N. Albright-McKay Road, Brookfield, died Thursday (6-22-00) in his home. He was 71.
Mr. Sabulski was born Nov. 1, 1928, in Sharon, to Stanley and Mary Kupiec Sabulski.
He served with the US Army from 1951-1953.
Mr. Sabulski retired in 1975 after 32 years as a craneman and pipefitter at Sawhill Tubular Division, Cyclops Corp., Sharon.
He was also the former owner and operator of Sabulski Cafe, Sharon, from 1971-1975.
Mr. Sabulski was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Church, Vienna, and was an usher.
He was a member of the Shenango Valley Bowling League (Thornton and Sunset Lanes); Shenango Valley Golf League; Polish National Alliance; Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5286, Farrell; and the VFW Bocci League.
Mr. Sabulski was an avid woodworker and gardener.
His wife, the former Margaret L. Murko, whom he married May 16, 1953, died July 14, 1993.
Surviving are: six daughters, Karen E. Showman, Sharon, Mrs. Gary (Sandra) Wellman, and Mrs. Gary P. (Mary Lou) Sabo, both Masury; Mrs. Thomas R. (Peggy) Strimbu, Hubbard; Diane Sabulski, Naples, Fla.; Drs. John (Dorene) Ash, North Canton, Ohio; a son, Gary M. Sabulski, Charlotte, N.C.; two sisters, Frances Cowger, Girard, Ohio, and Stephanie Truchan, Hermitage; three brothers, Ted Sabulsky , Wheatland; Vince Sabulsky, West Middlesex; and Stanley Izenas, Sharon; and fourteen grandchildren.
Besides his wife, he was preceded in death by twin sons, James and John Sabulski; two sisters, Violet Busch and Sallie Habinak; and a brother, Benjamin Sabulski.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Vincent de Paul Church, 4453 Warren Sharon Road, Vienna, Ohio 44473.
Audrey L. Shook
Sandy Creek homemaker worked on family farm
Audrey L. Shook, 115 Shook Road, Sandy Creek Township, died at 7:40 a.m. in her home. She was 71.
Mrs. Shook was born Aug. 9, 1928, in Perry Township, to Howard M. and Pearl E. Roberts Smith.
A homemaker, she actively assisted with the family farm and enjoyed fishing, gardening, crocheting and playing card games.
She was a member of Hadley Presbyterian Church.
Surviving are: her husband, Donald L. Shook, whom she married Sept. 11, 1950; a daughter, Renee L. Shook, Clarks Mills; two sons, Doug L. Shook, Hadley, and Randy L. Shook, Sheakleyville; a sister, Mrs. Wayne (Doris) Scott, Greenville; a brother, Howard ‘Mike’ Smith, Hadley; and six grandchildren.
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