Barbarich: Monica J., 56, Johnstown. (Henderson, East Hills)
Hardison: George, 82, Johnstown. (Moskal-Reid)
Lazor: Joseph, 85, Sidman. (Dimond)
O'Quinn: Stephen W., 55, Johnstown. (Hindman, Chandler Avenue)
Pfeil: Ronald G., 70, Johnstown. (Geisel)
Tisinger: Doris Carol, 84, Johnstown. (Moskal-Reid)
Larimer: Evelyn Mae, 89, formerly of Johnstown and Somerset. (Halverson)
Lewis: Duane G., 82, Hagerstown, Md., formerly of Cresson. (Gibbons, Ashville)
Robertson: Phyllis P. Montgomery, 89, Robinson, formerly of Ligonier. (Stuart)
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Rob McCombie and Steve Coy showed up Wednesday at a Path of the Flood Trail spur in East Conemaugh dressed like they were ready to get to work.
Instead, a group of community advocates were waiting there to thank them for the hard work they’ve already put in.
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