YATSKO, John S.

YATSKO, John S.
JOHN S. YATSKO. Age 87. Beloved husband of Rita (nee Philipps). Loving father of Phyllis Malcom (William), Tracey Terlacher (Michael), John (Kathy), Rhonda Lang (Todd), Joseph (Aldo), and Annmarie Lanza (Joe deceased). Dear grandfather of 10. Dear brother of Edward (Rita deceased), Robert, and Betty Eckert (John). Dear uncle, cousin, and friend to many. Many thanks to the Veterans Administration for the years of support and to Holy Family Hospice for their loving care.
MEMORIAL VISITATION FRIDAY, MARCH 2ND FROM 4-8 AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (between Ridge and Snow). PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH FOR THE MEMORIAL MASS SATURDAY 9:30 AM AT ST. BARTHOLOMEW. INTERMENT WOODVALE CEMETERY. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Holy Family Hospice 6707 State Rd. Parma, Oh 44134.
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  1. Charlie Pomykal on February 28th, 2018 1:27 pm

    Joey – I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts. Much love and laughs (as always with you!) -Charlie

  2. Fredrick M. Eckert on February 28th, 2018 5:54 pm

    First off Comrade I want to thank you for your service. I’ve known you since I was 9 years old. You were always fun to be around in the family outings and always had a good time.
    Comrade go in peace and be with your mom and dad.
    RIP
    God Bless
    Fredrick M.Eckert

  3. Bill & Jane Knoll on March 1st, 2018 6:52 am

    Rita and family, sorry for your loss, John will be missed, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Sincerely Bill & Jane Knoll

  4. MAXINE SABO on March 2nd, 2018 3:36 pm

    Dear Rhonda so sorry to hear about your father. i will keep you and your family in my prayers. —–Flesh and heart may fail, but God will be your strength .

  5. John Schindler on March 3rd, 2018 6:29 am

    I remember that he’d bring fireworks back from his business trips to states where sales were legal & shoot them off on the other side of the pond at Uncle Herm Mayer’s “farm” To entertain us kids (until the Brunswick police would inevitably show up). Always kept us kids happy.

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