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SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013
THE DALLAS POST
PAGE 5
OBITUARIES
COLOVOS - Gus, South
« Lehigh Street, Trucksville, and
St. Petersburg, Fla., died Friday,
. May 24, 2013, at Suncoast
Hospice, Florida.
He and his wife were suc-
cessful restauranteurs, being
¢ affiliated with the Twin Grill
Europa Lounge; the Red
' Rooster, Kingston; Teedyus-
ung Inn, Kingston; Sandpiper
estaurant, Avalon, N.J.; and
Saratoga Restaurant, Wildwood
Crest, N.J.
He served with the Merchant
~ Marine in World War II. He
was a member of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce, Busi-
nessmen’s Association, Wilkes-
Barre Lions Club, Irem Temple
Shriners and Pennsylvania
Restaurant Association.
He was a member of Christ
Lutheran Church, St. Peters-
burg.
Surviving are his wife, Edith
Calpin Colovos; his children,
Chris, Springfield, Va.; Ger-
ald, Lake Station, Ind.; Linda
Clapps, St. Petersburg; Kevin,
' Manassas, Va.; Jeffrey, Swamp-
- scott, Mass.; Amy, Levenoskie,
Point Pleasant, N.J.; 10 grand-
children; 10 great-grandchil-
dren; sister, Juana Chappen,
Scranton and Fort Lauderdale.
Memorial donations to Sun-
coast Hospice, 5771 Roosevelt
Ivd., Clearwater, FL 33760.
DARON - Edith M., 86, of
Hickory Hills Road, Dallas, died
on Monday, June 10, 2013, at
Hospice Community Care Unit,
Wilkes-Barre.
She was born in Wilkes-Barre
and graduated from Kingston
Township High School, class of
1945. She had resided in Dallas
for the past 51 years.
Surviving are her son, Craig,
Shavertown; daughter, Jill
Tomek, Dallas; six grandchil-
dren; nieces and nephews.
Memorial donations to
St. Jude Children’s Research
Hospital , 501 St. Jude Place,
Memphis, TN 38015 or to the
Fellowship Church, 45 Hildeb-
randt Road, Dallas, PA 18612.
EDWARDS - James D,, 76, of  /
Hunfock Creek, died :
June 6, 2013, at The Laurels
Senior Living Community.
He was born in Wilkes-Barre
and was a graduate of Lake
cléss'in 1955.
#% He was a member of Harve
Lake Rod and Gun Club.
Surviving are a son, James
' D., Mountain Top; daughters,
i Lori Parsons, Dallas; Cheryl
- Carsten, Newport News, Va.;
five grandchildren; brothers,
John and Edward.
Memorial donations to the
Bernardine Franciscan Sisters,
c/o Hazleton General Hospital.
~  MINCKLER - Robert T.
~ retired U.S. Navy Seabee, of
. Tunkhannock, died Wednesday,
: June 5, 2013, at home.
| He was born on May 13,
943 in Wilkes-Barre, raised in
Luzerne and attended Luzerne
schools. He served in the U.S.
Navy Seabees for 21 years. He
. also worked at the Wyoming
County Courthouse and as a
~ Pennsylvania State Constable.
Surviving are his wife, Ethel
Mae (Barber) Minckler; son,
- George; daughters, Roberta
-. Minckler-Hood, Emily Minckler
and Vicky Coney; four grand-
children; nieces, nephews,
cousins and his best friends,
- Ginger and Taz.
~  REGULSKI - Dolores 68, of
* Hunlock Creek, died Monday,
© June 10, 2013, at home.
She was born in Nanticoke
“on Jan. 3, 1945, graduated from
- Nanticoke High School in 1963
and received her bachelor’s de-
- gree as a registered nurse from
Luzerne County Community
“College in 1986.
She began her career at
- Mercy Progressive Care Unit
Wilkes-Barre, was employed
WY, Geisinger Wyoming Valley
‘Medical Center for two years
© and retired from State Correc-
© tional Institution, Dallas, after
© 16 years of service.
! : She was a member of the
Sweet Valley Church of Christ.
Surviving are her mother,
former Elizabeth Krynik, of
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Hunlock Creek; her husband of
49 years, Charles J. Regulski;
daughter, Jacqueline Stanton,
of Hunlock Creek; sister, An-
drea Jones, of Harrisburg; two
grandchildren.
Memorial donations to the
Sweet Valley Church of Christ,
5439 Main Road, Sweet Valley,
PA 18656 or Hospice of the
Sacred Heart, 600 Baltimore
Drive, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702.
SCULL - Raymond, 69, of
Harveys Lake, died Wednesday,
June 5, 2013, at the Veterans
Administration Medical Center,
Wilkes-Barre.
He was born in Pittston on
Sept. 18, 1943, was a member
of the Noxen Bible Baptist
Church in Noxen and resided
at Harveys Lake since 1968.
He served in the U.S. Marine
Corps during the Vietnam era
and owned and operated Auto
Shine Car Sales since 1978.
Surviving are his wife of 44
years, the former Carolyn Dick-
son; son, Robert M., Noxen;
daughter, Donna L. Geritz,
Tunkhannock; brothers, Wayne,
Harding; and Ralph, Atwater;
six grandchildren; one great-
grandchild.
ZIMMERMAN - Shirley, 84,
of Dallas, died Wednesday, June
5, 2013, at home.
She was born Oct. 31, 1928,
in Plymouth, N.H.
For many years, she worked
alongside her husband as an
office manager of A.M. Zim-
merman Sheet Metal Co., a
family-owned business.
She was a member of St.
Paul’s Lutheran Church, Dallas,
a 50-year member of the Order
of the Eastern Star, an adviser
for the Rainbow Girls and a vol-
unteer with the Girl Scouts of
America in the Back Mountain.
She was a judge of elections for
many years for Dallas Borough.
Surviving are her sons,
Larry Gordon, Cheshire, Conn.;
Craig Gordon, Tampa, Fla.;
daughters, Sandy Sprau, Dallas;
Debbie Eyerman, Larksville,
and Cory Geary, Richmond,
Va.; 12 res hig
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601 Wyoming Ave., Kingston,
CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Lehman-Jackson Elementary School students Mia Contardi, Breanna Wesley and Hailey Rambus dance the Macarena celebrat-
ing their success at the Cow Pie Bingo Deeds contest for the Knights of Mayhem.
the field day.
Long-time Lehman-Jackson Elementary School pricipal Marilyn
Glogowski leads a congo line of students.
Students rewarded for Cow Pie Bingo sales
Cow Pie Bingo was a big hit at last weekend's
Knight of Mayhem to benefit the Lake-Lehman
School District - thanks, in part, to students from
the Lehman-Jackson Elementary School who
sold more than 1,000 deeds for the contest. As a
reward for their sales efforts, students attended a
movie at Movies 14 in Wilkes-Barre and, upon their
return to school, were treated to lunch, an ice
cream truck and lots of outdoor activities. Princi-
pal Marilyn Glogowski, who retired at the end of
this school year, capped off a 38-year career at
CHURCH BRIEFS
HANDBELL ARTIST AT
SUMC
Shavertown United Method-
ist Church Fine Arts Concert
Series will present Kristine
Stout, handbell artist, from
Michigan, in concert with two
of the church’s bell choirs at 7
Speak-a Bell!” "
The SUMC Praise Ringers | :
and God’s Tintinnabulators
&
will open the program. A free{
will offering will be taken.
The Shavertownr United Meth-
odist Church is locatediat 163 N.
Pioneer Ave., Shavertown.
Rebabifitstion Besadetes, PC
Kevin M. Barno MPT
Nevin M. Barno, MPT e K. Bridget Barno, PT
Sharon Marranca, MPT e Hal Glatz, MPT
Maria Hall, PTA » William Montross, MPT
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Thursday, June 20 at the
‘church, 2293 W. 8th St., Dal-
GET READY FOR VBS
Orange United Methodist
Church invites all children
ages 3-12 to get ready to dive
regular Deep Sea Voyages into
Bible fun and creative crafts,
hands-on mission work, water
science and music. Call Leslie
into fun at “Operation Over- at 333-4269.
board: Dare to Go Deep with CRAFTERS NIGHT
God” Vacation Bible School. The Orange United Meth-
Vacation Bible School
will be held from 5:45 to 8
p.m. today, June 16 through
odist Church, 2293 W. 8th
St., Dallas will host a crafters
night out from 7 to 9 p.m. on
Wednesday, June 26.
Craft night is gpen to
las. The adventures include everyone looking to finish of
start any craft project. (A craft
is defined as anything you
bring to work on, like sewing,
scrapbook, knitting, drawing,
jewelry making, mending or
balancing your checkbook.)
Participants ae asked to
bring everything needed to
work on a project. Material
to make an ugly quilt for the
homeless will be collected.
For information, call Jenn at
855-9693.
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