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In the past, people have written skook news obituaries about their loved ones in the Skok News. The paper is no longer publish but you can still find the obituaries for deceased family members and friends. The obituaries in the skook news are a collection of recent and classic obituaries. Listed below are some of the most notable obituaries from the last few years:

On Tuesday, December 28, 2018, William F. “Buck” Delinsky, a longtime resident of Mahanoy City, passed away peacefully at the age of 70. Born in Reading, PA, he was a graduate of Central Catholic High School, Kutztown University, and the University of Pittsburgh. He was also a member of the American Legion Post 74, a dart shooter, and was active in the VFW until Mahanoy City closed down. His children, Corrin Kegolis and Susan Kutchinsky, and grandchildren, were all preceded in death by her parents.

On Tuesday, February 1st, MaryAnne Menchefsky passed away skook news obituaries.

She was born on March 4, 1956 in Tamaqua, PA to Joseph and Anna Gawley. She was married to John C. Because Hartranft for 51 years, and was a member of the Saint Teresa of Calcutta Parish. Enjoyed cooking, gardening, and was a former waitress. She is survive by her children and grandchildren, and was predecease by his father and mother. She is survived by her husband and three children, and six grandchildren skook news obituaries .

On January 17, 2022, Maryanne Menchefsky of Mahanoy City passed away. She was the daughter of Leonard and Elizabeth Komanitsky. She was a lifelong Catholic and a member of Saint Teresa of Calcutta Parish. He is survived by her husband, William F. “Buck” Delinsky Jr., and their two children, Sarah (Jack), and Matthew Sullivan. Her three daughters are Alicia Menchefsky and Corrin Kegolis.

Nancy L. Rauenzahn, 74, passed away peacefully at home on January 10.

She was born on May 18, 1940 and died in 2011. She was the widow of Richard D. “Pappy” Willhoysky. She was a retired accountant at Argo Mills. She is survived by her son, Brian Rauenzahn, and daughter, Audra Kegolis, husband, and six grandchildren.

Because Maryanne M. Rauenzahn, 74, of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully on February 9. She was born on March 4, 1940 in Pottsville and was the wife of Richard D. Rauenzahn. She was a graduate of the Nativity BVM High School and retired from Argo Mills in 1992. Therefore Survivors include her daughter, Dr. Kate Harnish, her husband Charles Kegolis, and seven grandchildren.

– William F. “Buck” Delinsky, 84, of Pottsville, PA, passed away on January 17th skook news obituaries.

She was born on March 18, 1940, in Pottsville, to Theodore and Clara Rauenzahn. Her husband, Richard D., passed away on December 9, 2013. He was precede by his mother, his wife, and her sister, Theresa Yashinsky.

Because MaryAnne Menchefsky, 67, of Pottsville, PA, passed away on Feb. 10th. She was born on November 10, 1951, and a member of St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish in Mahanoy City. She worked as a software support technician at the View Point Corporation in Portland, OR. Sadly, her husband passed away on January 17th, but she was survived by her children, and her three grandchildren.

– MaryAnne Menchefsky, 55, of Pottsville, passed away on Tuesday, December 28th.

She was born on March 4, 1940, to Leonard and Elizabeth Menchefsky. He graduated from Nativity BVM High School in Pottsville and worked for the Pottsville Hospital. She was a member of St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in Ashland. She was a member of the Grace Evangelical Independent Church and the Skok News for more than 20 years.

Because Joanne J. Bartholomew, 82, of Port Carbon, PA, passed away on January 28. She was the wife of Joseph T. Burke, and was precede in death by her parents, sister, and brother-in-law. She was a member of the St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church and a former employee of Dana. Therefore family is grateful for the kindness shown to her.

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