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1 Steve Mika, Linesville Merchant, Dies
Steve B. Mika Sr., 57, of Linesville, died Friday, Dec. 28, 1962, at his home after a long illness.
He was born at McKeesport April 4, 1905, a son of Frank and Louise Zimma Mika. He was a merchant for several years in Linesville where he owned Mika's Children Shop. He had operated a drug store previously.
He was affiliated with St. Philip's Roman Catholic Church, and was a former member of the Linesville Lines Club.
Surviving are his widow, the former Selma Lyskava; a daughter, Mrs. Fred (Jean) Tyers of Meadville; two sons, Steve B. Jr. and Regis, both of Ashtabula, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Stella Hus of Troy, Mich., and Mrs. Genevieve Maycutt of McKeesport; a brother, Leo, of McKeesport, and eight grandchildren.
Services were held Monday morning at St. Philip's Roman Catholic Church in Linesville. Rev. Fr. Samuel Houpt officiated. Interment was at St. Philip's Cemetery. Bearers were Joseph Maykut, Frank Lyskava, Howard Woodard, Paul DeArment, Albert Mulvey and Dr. Howard Mershon. 
Mika, Stephen Bernard Sr. (I35422)
2 cause of death: acute nephritis, chromic myocarditis, old age Miller, Robert Caldwell (I58583)
3 cause of death: apoplexy Stewart, Sarah R. (I14131)
4 cause of death: arteriosclerosis, mitral endocarditis Blair, James (I30881)
5 cause of death: arteriosclerosis, old age Shipman, Sarah (I24696)
6 cause of death: capillary bronchitis, carcinoma of right axilla Stewart, Hannah L. (I14172)
7 cause of death: carcinoma of stomach with metastasis to liver and lung Wareham, George Watson (I14784)
8 cause of death: carcinoma of the lungs McClurg, Lowell Allen (I44872)
9 cause of death: carcinomatosis Miller, Emma (I80027)
10 cause of death: cardiac insufficiency and chronic endocarditis Miller, John N. (I80026)
11 cause of death: cerebral hemorrhage Blair, Frances H. "Fanny" (I33715)
12 cause of death: cerebral thrombosis, infarction Stewart, Robert Nelson (I31696)
13 cause of death: cerebral thrombosis, terminal bronchopneumonia, epilepsy, congenital hydrocephalus Stewart, James Walter (I35980)
14 cause of death: chronic endocarditis Blair, Frederick (I30882)
15 cause of death: chronic myocarditis, arteriosclerosis McKay, Nell Garrison (I13736)
16 cause of death: chronic myocarditis, non-malignant cyst of liver Ralston, Bertha Lucinda (I67829)
17 cause of death: chronic myocarditis, unclassified psychosis Blair, Thomas (I30884)
18 cause of death: coronary thrombosis, coronary artery disease Stewart, Fred Blair (I14186)
19 cause of death: dissecting aneurysm of arch to the aorta Henry, Don (I58139)
20 cause of death: fracture of right hip and right wrist from fall at home, hypostatic pneumonia Miller, Sarah L. (I80024)
21 cause of death: metastatic carcinoma of liver, carcinoma of breast Blair, Ida M. (I33717)
22 cause of death: mitral insufficienc Vogan, Cora (I80014)
23 cause of death: organic heart disease Stewart, Clement Ewing (I14185)
24 cause of death: organic heart disease Blair, Elizabeth Ann (I14182)
25 cause of death: pulmonary tuberculosis Blair, Esther (I30878)
26 cause of death: pulmonary tuberculosis, pulmonary hemorrhage Secondgost, David K. (I69788)
27 cause of death: renal failure Mika, Stephen B. Jr. (I35423)
28 cause of death: tuberculosis Wade, Nancy A. (I55824)
29 cause of death: valvular heart disease, congestion of liver and kidneys Stewart, William Patterson (I14177)
30 cause of death: valvular insufficiency of heart, chronic nephritis Stewart, James Allen (I14167)
31 cause of death: viral gastroenteritis Shellito, Irene Harriet (I31695)
32 from a scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society:
George W. Wareham, 76, of Linesville, died Wednesday morning at Meadville City Hospital where he had been a patient for 16 days.
Born near Sandy Lake, he operated a farm near Espyville and worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad as road supervisor for 24 years. He moved to Linesville in 1941 and 1942. Was named Linesville Borough street commissioner. He served in that capacity until November, 1953.
He was a member of the Linesville Baptist Church and the board of deacons, Linesville Grange, State Police Camp of Erie and Crawford County No. 38.
He is survived by his widow, Linnie Wing Wareham; seven stepchildren; several step-grandchildren; a brother James of Sandy Lake and four sisters, Mrs. Sarah Smith, Mercer; Mrs. Pearl Lyons, Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. Elizabeth Donahue, Cleveland, and several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call at the Maryott Funeral Home, Linesville, where services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. Interment will be at the Linesville Cemetery. 
Wareham, George Watson (I14784)
33 from a scrapbook at the Linesville Historical Society: William P. Stewart died at Sharon March 24, 1909, aged 59 years, of inflammatory rheumatism. Deceased formerly lived at Linesville where he has a sister, Mrs. LH Freeman; a sister, Miss Sadie Stewart at Meadville, and brother James Stewart of North Shenango. His wife survives him. Interment was made in the Linesville cemetery on Saturday. He was a carpenter and erected the UP Church. Stewart, William Patterson (I14177)
34 from the April 15, 1976 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Robert N. Stewart, retired farmer who lived at West Erie Street Ext., Linesville, Pine Township, died at 3 a.m. Tuesday morning at Greenville Hospital where he had been a patient for a few days. 
Stewart, Robert Nelson (I31696)
35 from the April 22, 1976 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Robert Nelson Stewart, 71, RD 2, Linesville, Pine Township, died after a sudden illness Tuesday, April 13, 1976, at Greenville Hospital where he had been a patient for five days.
He was born in North Shenango Township Nov. 11, 1904, son of Fred Blair and Nell G. McKay Stewart. He married Irene Harriet Shellito. Mr. Stewart was a self-employed farmer since 1921. He also bred livestock, Collie dogs and Shetland ponies.
He was a member of Linesville United Presbyterian Church; a life member of Elks Lodge 219, Meadville, and a member of Pymatuning Sportsmen's Club.
Survivors include his widow; two sons, James R. Stewart and Fred H. Stewart, both of Linesville; three daughters, Mrs. Fred W. (Shirley) King of Brookville, Mrs. Regis A. (Sue) Mika of Longmont, Colo., and Miss Jane Stewart of Linesville; a brother, James G. Stewart of Rushville, Ill.; 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by one brother, Dr. Claire M. Stewart who died in 1974.
Funeral services were held Thursday at 1 p.m. from Thurman M. Houghton Funeral Home, with the Rev. Gary Larson, pastor of Linesville United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment was at Linesville Cemetery. 
Stewart, Robert Nelson (I31696)
36 from the April 27, 2009 issue of the Meadville Tribune:
LINESVILLE - Phillip John McDermott, 79, of Linesville and Lakeland, Fla., passed away Saturday, April 25, 2009 at the Good Shepard Hospice House in Lakeland.
Born July 2, 1929, in Brownville, N.Y., he was the son of Fred P. and Bernice Crystal McDermott. His first wife, Alice Corice McDermott, preceded him in death in 1995. He married Eleanor Jane Stewart on Sept. 4, 1996, in Longmont, Colo.
He was of the Catholic faith.
Phillip was a graduate of Brownville High School. During the Korean War, he served our country in the U.S. Army for two years.
In his earlier years, he worked in a paper mill in Brownville. He retired as a foreman from the New York State Highway Department.
He was a member of the Cleveland Heights Men's Golf Association. He loved playing golf and played in various men's golf leagues, included on Mondays in a league in Linesville, on Tuesdays in a league in Andover, and on Thursdays in a league in Hartstown.
Phillip enjoyed gardening and watching sports, especially football. Also, he admired and enjoyed watching the operations of the North Shore Dairy Farm run by the Stewart family.
Survivors include his wife, Eleanor Jane McDermott; a brother, James F. McDermott of Amherst, N.Y.; a sister, Alice Mary McDermott of Watertown, N.Y.; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Alice McDermott, and his parents.
Calling hours will be Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. at Royal-Coleman Funeral Home, 6028 U.S. Highway 6, Linesville. Additional calling hours will be Thursday from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Philip Roman Catholic Church, 401 S. Mercer St., Linesville, with Father John A. Walsh as celebrant.
Burial will be in Linesville Cemetery with full military honors provided by the Meadville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2006.
The family suggests memorials be made to the Good Shepherd Hospice, 1919 Lakeland Hills Blvd., Lakeland, Fla. 33805; or to St. Philip hour, 401 S. Mercer St., Linesville, Pa. 16424.
Condolences may be e-mailed to the family at 
McDermott, Phillip John (I32435)
37 from the April 6, 1978 issue of the Linesville Herald:
James G. Stewart, 81, of 26 Parkview Road, Rushville, Ill., died Wednesday, March 19, 1978, at Rushville Hospital after a long illness.

He was born in North Shenango Township, a son of Fred and Nell McKay Stewart. He graduated from North Shenango High School and attended Allegheny College.

Before his retirement he was employed as traffic superintendent by Pullman Standard Co. at Rushville.

Survivors include his wife, Beryl Pitzer Stewart; two daughters, Mrs. Blake (Louise) Devitt and Mrs. Clark (Marjorie) Moreland, all of Rushville; also 8 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

Two brothers, Robert N. Stewart of Linesville and Dr. Claire M. Stewart of Louisville, Ky., preceded in death.

Burial was at Rushville. 
Stewart, James Garrison (I13738)
38 from the August 2, 1951 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Fred B. Stewart, 80, life-long resident of the Linesville area, died Monday afternoon at Meadville City Hospital following a ten-day illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart had celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary March 22. She died May 23.
In addition to farming in Pine Township, Mr. Stewart was a well-known dealer in horses and ponies.
He was a member and elder of Linesville United Presbyterian Church and a member of Linesville Grange.
Surviving are three sons, Claire M., of Louisville, Ky., James G. of Chicago, and Robert N. of Linesville; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren and two nieces.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Linesville Cemetery.
Stewart, Fred Blair (I14186)
39 from the February 17, 2001 issue of the Meadville Tribune:
LINESVILLE - Irene H. Stewart, 96, of West Erie Street, Linesville, died Friday, Feb. 16, 2001, at Rolling Fields.
Born in Espyville, Aug. 22, 1904, she was a daughter of Henry and Elmira Little Shellito. She married Robert N. Stewart May 1, 1925, in Ripley, N.Y. He preceded her in death April 13, 1976.
A graduate of North Shenango High School, she attended Meadville Business College. She was a housewife and helped with the Stewart Dairy Farm, Pine Township.
She enjoyed sewing and gardening.
She was a former member of Linesville Rebekah Lodge and Linesville Grange 694. She was a member of Linesville Sunshine Club and a life member of Linesville Historical Society.
She was also a member of Linesville United Presbyterian Church, where she had been active in the choir, and a member of Presbyterian Women's Associations.
Survivors include three daughters, Shirley King and her husband, Fred W., of Brookville, Jane McDermott and her husband, Phillip J., of Lakeland, Fla., and Sue Mika and her husband, Regis A., of Longmont, Colo.; two sons, James R. Stewart and his wife, Dorothy, and Fred H. Stewart, all of Linesville; 11 grandsons, Ron Mika, Ken, Bob, Ron and Alan King, and David, Paul, Tom, John, Fred J. and Robert T. Stewart; four granddaughters, Kathy Wielbob, Jenny Mortenson, Sandy Swift and Linda Grinder and 13 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, Mable Penfield and Lora Krouse; and two brothers, Bernard and Frank Shellito.
Calling hours will be Sunday from 6:30 to 9 p.m. and Monday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Harold W. Coleman Jr. Funeral Home, 6028 US Highway 6, Linesville.
The funeral will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Linesville Presbyterian Church, 206 Erie Street, Linesville, with the Rev. Patrick S. Pettit, pastor, officiating.
Burial will be in Linesville Cemetery.
The family suggests memorials be made to Linesville Presbyterian Church, Box 235, Linesville, Pa. 16424. 
Shellito, Irene Harriet (I31695)
40 from the February 26, 2011 issue of the Meadville Tribune:
James R. Stewart
LINESVILLE - James R. Stewart, 83, of Linesville, passed away Friday, Feb. 25, 2011 at UPMC Horizon Hospital in Greenville after a period of declining health.
Born Oct. 18, 1927, he was a son of Robert and Irene Shellito Stewart. He married Dorothy M. Wolfey in Alexander, N.Y., on June 10, 1950, and have since resided on the Stewart Farm where they raised their five children.
In 1945, he graduated from Linesville High School where he played basketball and won a county league championship. He served our country in the US Navy aboard the USS Randolph from 1946 to 1948.
He was the oldest member of the Linesville Presbyterian Church.
Jim was a lifetime dairy farmer on the family farm, now North Shore Dairy LLC, which started in 1921 by Fred B. Stewart and is being currently operated by the fourth generation sons. He operated the farm under the Robert N. Stewart and Son Dairy Farm and James R. Stewart and Sons Dairy Farm. In more recent years, he truly enjoyed overseeing the operations on the family farm.
For 36 years, he served as a Pine Township supervisor and donated land where the municipal building was dedicated in honor of him. He was a lifetime member and past commander of Linesville American Legion, Post 462, and a lifetime member of Linesville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7842, and the Pymatuning Sportsman's Club. He was a loyal lifelong Democrat.
Jim enjoyed bowling, country music pet dogs, the Lawrence Welk television show, reading the newspaper and hunting in his younger years. He loved relaxing on his side porch watching cars go by and overseeing activities in Pine Township. He cherished spending time with his children and grandchildren and enjoyed watching them in school and sporting activities. He enjoyed socializing with friends and had a quick wit and a great sense of humor that everyone loved.
Survivors include his loving wife of 60 years, Dorothy Stewart; five children, David Stewart and his wife, Debbie of Linesville, Kathy Wielobob and her husband, Jeff, of Conneaut Lake, Paul Stewart and his wife, Lisa of Linesville, Thomas Stewart and his wife, Caroline, of Linesville, and John Stewart and his companion, Caren Stutzman, of Linesville; five grandchildren, Adam Wielobob and his wife, Jody of Meadville, Jana Wielobob and her fiance, Travis Laird, of Beachwood, Ohio, Paula Stewart of Port Charlotte, Fla., Anthony Stewart of Linesville, and Amanda Stewart of Linesville; three sisters, Shirley King and her husband, Fred, of Brookville, Jane McDermott of Linesville and Lakeland, Fla., and Sue Mika and her husband, Regis, of Longmont, Colo.; one brother, Fred Steart of Linesville; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and a brother-in-law, Philip McDermot.
Calling hours will be Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. at Royal-Coleman Funeral Home, 6028 US Highway 6, Linesville.
The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Linesville Presbyterian Church, 206 Erie St., in downtown Linesville, with the Rev. Bryan J. Powell of the church officiating.
Military honors will be provided after the service by Huidekoper Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2006.
The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Linesville Presbyterian Church, PO Box 235, or Linesville Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Service, PO Box 55, both of Linesville, PA 16424; or to the charity of the donor's choice.
Please share a condolence or memory for the family at
Stewart, James Robert (I32438)
41 from the funeral home records:
Steve B. Mika, Jr.
Steve B. Mika Jr., 48, of Plainfield, Ill., formerly of Linesville and Ashtabula, Ohio, husband of JoAnn Mika, died Saturday, Sept. 15, 1979, in St. Joseph's Hospital, Joliet, Ill., following a one-year illness.
Mika was born Feb. 25, 1931, in McKeesport, a son of Steve B. Mika Sr. and Selma Lyskava Mika. He was married to the former JoAnn C. Pisarchick.
He was employed as a salesman for R.H. Miller Co., Mika was a member of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Plainfield. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and the Korean War and was a member of the Plainfield American Legion.
In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by two daughters, Susan Mika of Boulder, Colo., and Karen Mika, at home; two sons, Wayne Mika, who is in the U.S. Air Force based in Texas, and Daniel Mika at home; one sister, Mrs. Fred (Jean) Tyers of Linesville, and one brother, Regis Mika of Longmont, Colo.
Mass will be celebrated today at 10 a.m. at St. Philip's Roman Catholic Church, Linesville, with the Rev. Fr. Robert O'Connor, pastor, officiating.
Interment will be at St. Philip's Church Cemetery. 
Mika, Stephen B. Jr. (I35423)
42 from the January 10, 1912 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Word was received here of the death of Mr. Frank Carkuff , of Chicago, on Dec. 23, after a lingering illness of three months from blood poisoning. He leaves a wife, daughter, mother and brother. He was the youngest son of the late David and Mary E. Carkhuff, old residents of Espyville and will be remembered by many friends who will join in sympathy to the bereaved family in their sorrow. He was loved by all who knew him and his death will be deeply lamented by his friends, his death coming as it has in the prime of life. 
Carkuff, Frank (I50146)
43 from the January 19, 1978 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Mrs. Harriett Carkhuff Stewart, 89, Louisville, Ky., formerly of Espyville and Westford areas, widow of Dr. Claire M. Stewart, died at Westminster Terrace, Louisville, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 1978, after a long illness.
Born in Westford March 8, 1888, she was a daughter of David and Mary Hurlbert Carkhuff.
Survivors include a son, Claire M. Stewart Jr., Madison, Ind., and three grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday at Linesville Cemetery with the Rev. Gary Larson, pastor of Linesville United Presbyterian Church, officiating. Funeral arrangements were under direction of the William H. Houghton Funeral Home, Linesville. There were no calling hours. 
Carkuff, Harriet E. (I35622)
44 from the January 3, 1923 issue of the Linesville Herald:
David Secondgost
Died Dec. 30, at Harmonsburg. Funeral services held Tuesday, January 2. Deceased was veteran of Civil war. He was 81 years of age. Rev. E.O. Minnigh conducted funeral services. 
Secondgost, David K. (I69788)
45 from the June 21, 1922 issue of the Linesville Herald:
The funeral service were conducted at the home by Rev. Mr. Smith of Meadville last Monday. Interment was made in Linesville.
Miss Esther Blair died June 16 at Hartstown in the 68th year of her age, survived by sisters Mary and Fannie and brothers James, Fred and Thomas. 
Blair, Esther (I30878)
46 from the March 12, 1885 issue of the Greenville Record Argus:
Death of Hugh F. Blair
Mr. Hugh F. Blair, of Hartstown, Crawford Co, Pa., died on Saturday, March 6, at 5 o'clock p.m., and was buried on the McMaster farm between Hartstown and Adamsville (now owned and occupied by Thomas Patton) on Tuesday, the 10th, at 11 o'clock.

Mr. Blair was fifty-nine years of age. Was born and reared on the old homestead one and one-half miles north of where he died. He was the son of James Blair. He was married to Catherine McMaster, daughter of Hugh McMaster, in March, 1852, who survives him. Three sons and four daughters mourn the loss of a father. Early cast on his own resources, and having in charge the younger members of his father's family, he developed a character for work and thrift which largely accounts for his success in life. He paid the heirs of his father's estate and owned the homestead. He became owner of the farm where he died, by purchase from Samuel Rixstine. He owned the flouring mill in Hartstown, and lately bought the farm known as the "Colton Farm." He was widely known as a cattle dealer, and was useful in bringing into the community the best stock of both horses and cattle. Like all wise stock raisers, he sought the very best, and would have nothing to do with inferior grades. He was a farmer of a high order and great intelligence. He closely read and studied the science, and hence with his untiring energy came his merited success. The family name is extensive in this part of Crawford county. Hugh F. was born where the original pair resided, and from whom came a large family. The family settled in 1802, and spread through a large male offspring, till now it is in some relation to nearly all the inhabitants of the region.

Hugh F. narrowly escaped with his life in 1853, when the fearful scourge of typhoid dysentery swept over the face of the country. It probably left him in a broken condition. A further increase of his disability occurred a few years ago when he fell from a load of hay in harvest. From that time with increasing severity and at shorter intervals his attacks came upon him, and now the opinions of his physicians or probably his own forebodings have been realized, and he who was in our midst erstwhile, has hurriedly stepped out with scarcely time to say good bye.

Blair, Hugh F. (I30879)
47 from the March 15, 1916 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Miss Sarah R. Stewart
Miss Sarah R. Stewart died at the Children's and Old Ladies' Home in Meadville, March 9, aged 74 years and four months. Funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. Nicols of the Congregational Church, Saturday at the Home. One sister and two brothers survive, Mrs. Nellie Trace, San Jose, Cal., Andrew of Los Angeles, Cal., and Allen W., Florida. Interment in Greendale Cemetery. Friends and relatives attended from Linesville, Miss Emma McNutt, Mrs. Wm. Neal, Mrs. John Van Winkle, L.D.F. Bennett and wife, Miss G.W. Bennett and F.B Stewart. 
Stewart, Sarah R. (I14131)
48 from the March 20, 1912 issue of the Linesville Herald:
Mrs. Hannah Freeman
Hannah Stewart Freeman, aged 79 years, 4 months and 26 days, was born October 16, 1832 in North Shenango township, and married Hampton Freeman, April 28, 1876. She died March 13, 1912. She is survived by three brothers, James, of Espyville Station, Pa., Allen of Galt, Fla., Andrew of Los Angeles, Cal., and two sisters, Sarah of Meadville and Nell Trace of San Jose., Cal. She was a life long member of the United Presbyterian Church and the funeral was conducted by her pastor, Rev. Dight, at her late home in Linesville. 
Stewart, Hannah L. (I14172)
49 from the March 22, 2012 issue of the Meadville Tribune:
LONGMONT, Colo. \'97 Regis Andrew Mika of Longmont, Colo., passed away Sunday, March 10, 2013.

Born March 17, 1937, in McKeesport, to Selma Lyskava Mika and Stefan Bernard Mika, Regis is survived by his children, Jenny Mika Martenson (Roger), Ron Mika and Sandy Mika Swift (Padraic); and his grandchildren, Jack Padraic Swift and Samuel Mika Swift. He is also survived by his sisters-in-law, Shirley King, Jane McDermott and Dorothy Stewart; and brothers-in-law, Fred Tyers and Fred Stewart.

He is preceded in death by his beloved wife, Laura Suzanne "Sue" Stewart Mika; his mother, Selma Lyskava Mika; father, Stefan Bernard Mika; sister, Jean Tyers; brother, Steve Mika; mother-in-law, Irene Shellito Stewart; father-in-law, Robert Stewart; sister-in-law, Joann Mika; and brothers-in-law, Phillip McDermott, Jim Stewart and Fred King.
Mika, Regis Andrew (I32437)
50 from the May 20, 2009 issue of the Meadville Tribune:
Leonard J. Pisarchick
ESPYVILLE - Leonard J. Pisarchick, 69, of Espyville, formerly a long-time resident of Linesville, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, May 17, 2009.
Born Nov. 24, 1939, in Brockway, he was a son of Joseph and Estella Polites Pisarchick.
He was a member of St. Philip Roman Catholic Church in Linesville.
Leonard retired as a steel worker from Greenville Steel Car after 35 years of service. Also, he had worked as a heavy equipment operator.
He was an avid outdoorsman and loved to spend time with his family.
Survivors include four children, Doreen Pisarchick of Meadville, Don Pisarchick and his wife, Janet, of Rock Hill, S.C., Dave Pisarchick of Linesville, and Tammy Williams and her husband, Mike, of Atlantic; 11 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two brothers, Joe Pisarchick of Harmony, and Kirk Pisarchick and his wife, Theresa, of Harmonsburg; a sister, JoAnn Mika of Morrisville, N.C.; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Thomas and Regis Pisarchick; a grandson, Steven Pisarchick; and his beloved pet dog, Lacey "Horse."
Calling hours will be Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Royal-Coleman Funeral Home, 6028 U.S. Highway 6, Linesville. A prayer vigil will be at 3:45 p.m.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Tobias Catholic Church, 1135 Hewitt St., Brockway, with Monsignor Charles Kaza as celebrant. Calling hours will preceded the Funeral Mass from 9 to 11 a.m. at St. Tobias Church.
Burial will be in St. Tobias Catholic Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family in care of Royal-Coleman Funeral Home, PO Box 823, Linesville, Pa. 16424. Condolences may be e-mailed to the family at 
Pisarchick, Leonard J. (I55049)

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