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Alliance, OH 44601
(330) 823-1050
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Bernard “Bernie” J. Wlodarski, Sr. Obituary - WKBN.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Name Society. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #3984, Masury, Ohio, St. George Croatian Club, Youngstown, Ohio, the Croatian Fraternal Union of America and the Polish National Alliance.Bernie was a devoted and loving family man who taught his children everything they know. He dearly enjoyed his grandchildren, traveling, crossword puzzles and listening to polkas and Croatian music.Survivors include his wife, the former, Evelyn E. Sulich, whom he married on June 13, 1964; three sons, Donald Sherman and his wife, Misty, Atlanta, Georgia, Bernard “BJ” Wlodarski, Jr. and his companion, Debbie Ott, South Pymatuning Township and Chris Wlodarski and his wife, Heidi, Masury; five grandchildren, Nathan, Chase and Alexis Sherman and Emma and Leah Wlodarski; a sister, Marlene Smith and her husband, Jack, Farrell and a brother, John Wlodarski and his wife, Jean, Masury.In addition to his parents, Bernie was preceded in death by a sister, JoAnn James.The family suggest memorial contributions be made to St. Anthony Church, 804 Idaho St., Sharon, Pennsylvania 16146.Calling hours will be 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 East State St., Sharon.Funeral mass will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 12 in St. Anthony Church, Sharon, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be at Our Lady Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Hermitage.Funeral arrangements handled by J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home, Inc.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Area deaths for April 18 - The Independent - Massillon Independent

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

BANDY, Linda W., 74, of Homeworth; call one hour before the service at 1 p.m. Thursday at Middle Sandy Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Walton-Schrader, Alliance.BRANCH, 63, of North Canton; no service. Reed.BRAY, Edgar, 89, of Massillon; call a half-hour before the service at noon Thursday at Friendship Baptist Church. Reed, Canton.CHAMBERS, Michael S., 67, of Alexandria, Va.DUBLIKAR, Frank J. Jr., 93, of Louisville; call 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Joseph Rossi and Sons in Niles; service at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Niles.EBERT, Betty D., 93; service pending. Reed, North Canton.FRYE, Gladys, 93; no calling hours; service at noon Thursday at Sunset Hills Burial Park in Jackson Township. Reed, Canton.GIBBONS, Ralph E. Jr., 66, of Canton, formerly of Stow; service at 7 p.m. Friday at Cuyahoga Falls Church of the Nazarene. Waltner-Simchak.HALL, Ruth E., 89; call 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Reed in Canton; service at 11 a.m. Friday.HICKMAN, Donald R., 51, of Tuscarawas Township; private family service pending. Paquelet, Massillon.KLEE, Kevin C., 61; call 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Reed in North Cant...

JOHN MILLARD FULTZ - The Navasota Examiner

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Masonic Navasota Lodge #299, and Washington Lodge #18, St. Alban's Lodge #1455, Scottish Rite Lodge, Shriner's, Kiwanas, Boy Scouts, Little League, River Rats, Ducks Unlimited, Navasota Theater Alliance, Pink Flamingos, Grimes County Bar Association, Fellow of the Texas Bar Association, Todd Mission City Attorney, Navasota City Attorney and Council Member, Founder of Navasota as the "Blues Capital of Texas," Texas Exes Life Member, First Baptist Church Treasurer and Deacon, and former Washington on the Brazos Board President. Together John and Kathy built a life on Sunshine Valley of gracious hospitality and continuous extensions of grace. Their devotion and love is a hallmark of their shared faith. Co-founder of CampNanaPoppy. Dad. Firework Stand Manager. Rancher. Businessman. Role model. Disciple. Administrator of Monkey Blood. BBQ specialist. Tour guide. Mentor. Longhorn Tailgater. The smartest man his family knew. Serving as pall bearers are Jon C. Fultz, Shawn Stuart, Josh M. Fultz, Justin E. Jarvis, Jeb Kolby, Joe King Fultz Jr. and Jeffrey P. Fultz. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Texas CHARGERS or First Baptist Church of Navasota. ...

Pastors perturbed by ousting of funeral home leader - Indianapolis Recorder

Monday, April 03, 2017

Indianapolis that have not been touched by Mr. Bluitt’s kindness,” said Pastor Ray S. Ware, leader of Eastside Baptist Church and past president of the Ministerial Alliance, which includes 100 churches in the city of Indianapolis.Ware said he was shocked to hear about Bluitt’s removal, because “everyone knows Bluitt is the business.” Though Ware said Bluitt treated the funeral home more like a ministry than like a commercial venture.“He is not in it to make money, but rather to help people,” Ware said. “The corporate world looks at individuals as numbers. Mr. Bluitt looks at people with names and hearts.”Pastor Ware said the situation makes him think of the precariousness of a snow-capped mountain. “If one important piece is shifted, everything will fall apart causing an avalanche,” he said. “Mr. Bluitt is that important piece to Williams and Bluitt Funeral Home.”Ware said that in addition to providing funerals for families who were unable to pay, Bluitt has also been a major financial supporter of the local Black Church.Pastor Fitzhugh Lyons, leader of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church and president of the Interdenominational Ministers Alliance, said the Black Church needs Bluitt’s support.“Without the service of Mr. Bluitt, the Black Church will be at a severe handicap,” Lyons said.Bluitt remains the sole proprietor of Bluitt and Son Funeral Home in Kokomo, Indiana, which was created in 1957 by his father.Lyons said he has faith that God will come through, allowing Bluitt to continue his work in Indianapolis, but the court could also play a role. Bluitt has reportedly filed a suit against Wilson Financial Group to be able to sell the rights to the Bluitt and Son name to local investors looking to open a Bluitt and Son Funeral Home in Indianapolis.Regardless of what the future holds, Covington said Bluitt has the support of local pastors who are rooting for his return to where “God has placed him.”As of Recorder press time, Bluitt could not be reached for comment.© 2017 Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Giving the grieving a break: Online disclosure of funeral costs in South Bay helps avoid gouging - The Daily Breeze

Monday, March 27, 2017

A report last week from the Consumer Federation of America and the Funeral Consumers Alliance criticized “the industry’s intractable stance on price transparency,” adding, “it is past time for funeral homes to join the 21st century and post their prices on their websites as nearly every other retail service sector does voluntarily.”The two nonprofit groups called on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which is set to revise its funeral rules next year, to require online cost posting.“Funerals are not elective activities — everybody dies,” the groups noted in a 2016 petition to the FTC. “Between now and 2019, consumers will likely spend at least $50 billion on funeral services.”A consumer winIn 1984, under President Ronald Reagan, the FTC issued new rules after investigations found many of the nation’s 22,000 funeral homes were gouging customers, adding hidden fees and charging them for services they didn’t want.The rules required death care businesses to list goods and services item by item, with a price for each. Customers had to be allowed to choose a la carte. Prices for each service had to be disclosed in person or by phone at a consumer’s request.And in 1994, the FTC outlawed handling fees should a customer choose to buy a casket from a third-party retailer instead of from the funeral home.Despite the federal rules, compliance is uneven. In May 2015, the FTC reported undercover investigators found about a quarter of funeral homes in six states failed to disclose prices to consumers.“It is difficult enough to comparison shop under the time pressure a funeral creates, in addition to the emotional stress of making arrangements...

Scott Robert Marko - Amery Free Press (blog)

Monday, March 27, 2017

PM on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at the Amery High School Gymnasium and for 2 hours prior to the service on Thursday at the Church. Funeral Services will be held at 6 PM on Thursday, March 2, 2017 at Alliance Church of the Valley in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin.   A private Family Internment will be held at a later date.Arrangements have been entrusted to the Williamson-White Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 222 Harriman Avenue North Amery, Wisconsin 54001. ...

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Bernard “Bernie” J. Wlodarski, Sr. Obituary - WKBN.com

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Name Society. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus Council #3984, Masury, Ohio, St. George Croatian Club, Youngstown, Ohio, the Croatian Fraternal Union of America and the Polish National Alliance.Bernie was a devoted and loving family man who taught his children everything they know. He dearly enjoyed his grandchildren, traveling, crossword puzzles and listening to polkas and Croatian music.Survivors include his wife, the former, Evelyn E. Sulich, whom he married on June 13, 1964; three sons, Donald Sherman and his wife, Misty, Atlanta, Georgia, Bernard “BJ” Wlodarski, Jr. and his companion, Debbie Ott, South Pymatuning Township and Chris Wlodarski and his wife, Heidi, Masury; five grandchildren, Nathan, Chase and Alexis Sherman and Emma and Leah Wlodarski; a sister, Marlene Smith and her husband, Jack, Farrell and a brother, John Wlodarski and his wife, Jean, Masury.In addition to his parents, Bernie was preceded in death by a sister, JoAnn James.The family suggest memorial contributions be made to St. Anthony Church, 804 Idaho St., Sharon, Pennsylvania 16146.Calling hours will be 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., 1090 East State St., Sharon.Funeral mass will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 12 in St. Anthony Church, Sharon, with Rev. Matthew Ruyechan, pastor, as celebrant.Interment will be at Our Lady Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Hermitage.Funeral arrangements handled by J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home, Inc.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement...

Area deaths for April 18 - The Independent - Massillon Independent

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

BANDY, Linda W., 74, of Homeworth; call one hour before the service at 1 p.m. Thursday at Middle Sandy Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Walton-Schrader, Alliance.BRANCH, 63, of North Canton; no service. Reed.BRAY, Edgar, 89, of Massillon; call a half-hour before the service at noon Thursday at Friendship Baptist Church. Reed, Canton.CHAMBERS, Michael S., 67, of Alexandria, Va.DUBLIKAR, Frank J. Jr., 93, of Louisville; call 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Joseph Rossi and Sons in Niles; service at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Niles.EBERT, Betty D., 93; service pending. Reed, North Canton.FRYE, Gladys, 93; no calling hours; service at noon Thursday at Sunset Hills Burial Park in Jackson Township. Reed, Canton.GIBBONS, Ralph E. Jr., 66, of Canton, formerly of Stow; service at 7 p.m. Friday at Cuyahoga Falls Church of the Nazarene. Waltner-Simchak.HALL, Ruth E., 89; call 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Reed in Canton; service at 11 a.m. Friday.HICKMAN, Donald R., 51, of Tuscarawas Township; private family service pending. Paquelet, Massillon.KLEE, Kevin C., 61; call 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Reed in North Cant...

JOHN MILLARD FULTZ - The Navasota Examiner

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Masonic Navasota Lodge #299, and Washington Lodge #18, St. Alban's Lodge #1455, Scottish Rite Lodge, Shriner's, Kiwanas, Boy Scouts, Little League, River Rats, Ducks Unlimited, Navasota Theater Alliance, Pink Flamingos, Grimes County Bar Association, Fellow of the Texas Bar Association, Todd Mission City Attorney, Navasota City Attorney and Council Member, Founder of Navasota as the "Blues Capital of Texas," Texas Exes Life Member, First Baptist Church Treasurer and Deacon, and former Washington on the Brazos Board President. Together John and Kathy built a life on Sunshine Valley of gracious hospitality and continuous extensions of grace. Their devotion and love is a hallmark of their shared faith. Co-founder of CampNanaPoppy. Dad. Firework Stand Manager. Rancher. Businessman. Role model. Disciple. Administrator of Monkey Blood. BBQ specialist. Tour guide. Mentor. Longhorn Tailgater. The smartest man his family knew. Serving as pall bearers are Jon C. Fultz, Shawn Stuart, Josh M. Fultz, Justin E. Jarvis, Jeb Kolby, Joe King Fultz Jr. and Jeffrey P. Fultz. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Texas CHARGERS or First Baptist Church of Navasota. ...

Pastors perturbed by ousting of funeral home leader - Indianapolis Recorder

Monday, April 03, 2017

Indianapolis that have not been touched by Mr. Bluitt’s kindness,” said Pastor Ray S. Ware, leader of Eastside Baptist Church and past president of the Ministerial Alliance, which includes 100 churches in the city of Indianapolis.Ware said he was shocked to hear about Bluitt’s removal, because “everyone knows Bluitt is the business.” Though Ware said Bluitt treated the funeral home more like a ministry than like a commercial venture.“He is not in it to make money, but rather to help people,” Ware said. “The corporate world looks at individuals as numbers. Mr. Bluitt looks at people with names and hearts.”Pastor Ware said the situation makes him think of the precariousness of a snow-capped mountain. “If one important piece is shifted, everything will fall apart causing an avalanche,” he said. “Mr. Bluitt is that important piece to Williams and Bluitt Funeral Home.”Ware said that in addition to providing funerals for families who were unable to pay, Bluitt has also been a major financial supporter of the local Black Church.Pastor Fitzhugh Lyons, leader of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church and president of the Interdenominational Ministers Alliance, said the Black Church needs Bluitt’s support.“Without the service of Mr. Bluitt, the Black Church will be at a severe handicap,” Lyons said.Bluitt remains the sole proprietor of Bluitt and Son Funeral Home in Kokomo, Indiana, which was created in 1957 by his father.Lyons said he has faith that God will come through, allowing Bluitt to continue his work in Indianapolis, but the court could also play a role. Bluitt has reportedly filed a suit against Wilson Financial Group to be able to sell the rights to the Bluitt and Son name to local investors looking to open a Bluitt and Son Funeral Home in Indianapolis.Regardless of what the future holds, Covington said Bluitt has the support of local pastors who are rooting for his return to where “God has placed him.”As of Recorder press time, Bluitt could not be reached for comment.© 2017 Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Giving the grieving a break: Online disclosure of funeral costs in South Bay helps avoid gouging - The Daily Breeze

Monday, March 27, 2017

A report last week from the Consumer Federation of America and the Funeral Consumers Alliance criticized “the industry’s intractable stance on price transparency,” adding, “it is past time for funeral homes to join the 21st century and post their prices on their websites as nearly every other retail service sector does voluntarily.”The two nonprofit groups called on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which is set to revise its funeral rules next year, to require online cost posting.“Funerals are not elective activities — everybody dies,” the groups noted in a 2016 petition to the FTC. “Between now and 2019, consumers will likely spend at least $50 billion on funeral services.”A consumer winIn 1984, under President Ronald Reagan, the FTC issued new rules after investigations found many of the nation’s 22,000 funeral homes were gouging customers, adding hidden fees and charging them for services they didn’t want.The rules required death care businesses to list goods and services item by item, with a price for each. Customers had to be allowed to choose a la carte. Prices for each service had to be disclosed in person or by phone at a consumer’s request.And in 1994, the FTC outlawed handling fees should a customer choose to buy a casket from a third-party retailer instead of from the funeral home.Despite the federal rules, compliance is uneven. In May 2015, the FTC reported undercover investigators found about a quarter of funeral homes in six states failed to disclose prices to consumers.“It is difficult enough to comparison shop under the time pressure a funeral creates, in addition to the emotional stress of making arrangements...

Scott Robert Marko - Amery Free Press (blog)

Monday, March 27, 2017

PM on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at the Amery High School Gymnasium and for 2 hours prior to the service on Thursday at the Church. Funeral Services will be held at 6 PM on Thursday, March 2, 2017 at Alliance Church of the Valley in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin.   A private Family Internment will be held at a later date.Arrangements have been entrusted to the Williamson-White Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 222 Harriman Avenue North Amery, Wisconsin 54001. ...