January 4, 2017, age 66
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin he lived most of his life there until retiring and moving to Georgia in 2012. Charlie is survived by his wife Barbara Trepczyk (nee Lathrop, Totten), his son Matthew Trepczyk and his wife Jillan Trepczyk, his daughter Bethany George (nee Totten) and her husband Ronald George, his brother Thomas Trepczyk and his wife Judy Trepczyk, his niece Bethany Berg (nee Trepczyk) and her husband Kyle Berg, and his loving grandchildren, Sydnee, Zoee, Ryan, Sophia and Riley. Charlie is preceded in death by his parents, Ervin J Trepczyk and Mary T Trepczyk (nee Asti), and his son Adam Totten.
Charlie never met a stranger! He loved meeting new people, and if you’ve ever gotten into a conversation with him you know how engaging he was! Charlie was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and spent 36 years in the U.S. Air Force Reserve, retiring in 2006 as a Senior Master Sergeant. He truly loved this country.
Upon retiring from Cooper Industries after 30 years, Charlie was finally able to spend ALL of his time doing what he loves. Charlie barely crossed the Georgia line and was involved in Habitat for Humanity and Knights of Columbus. Charlie loved being a “Grey Ghost” for Habitat and assisted in building numerous houses.
August 30, 1950 – February 22, 2017
Maryann Clarke, age 66, of Kennesaw, GA, beloved wife, mother, and sister passed away on Wednesday, February 22 surrounded by her family. Maryann was born on August 30, 1950, in Hackensack, NJ, the daughter of the late Richard and Velma Marulli. She graduated from Montclair State University with a Bachelor’s degree in math and a teaching certificate. A teacher for 25 years, she made lasting impacts on students and her co-workers. She earned her Masters of Education at Kennesaw State University in 2003. Maryann enjoyed painting, spending time with her family, and exploring gardens.
She is survived by her husband, Glenn Clarke; daughters Emily Logelin (Joshua) and Jillian Clarke; fur baby Cooper; brothers Richard D Marulli (Stephanie), Ronald J Marulli (Betty Lynn), Daniel G Murulli (Regina), and several nieces and nephews. Maryann lived an admirable life, and she will be loved and missed by all.
September 20, 1956 – March 3, 2017
John Jerome Klein, 60, Kennesaw resident died Friday March 3, 2017. John was born September 20, 1956 in South Bend, IN. He worked as a sales trainer for TASC and Allstate, enjoyed travel, golf, and Michigan State University sports. Was a devoted husband, loving brother, uncle, and friend. John is preceded in death by his parents, Jerome Klein and Joan Klein; and sister-in-law, Kathy Klein. Survivors include his wife of twenty three years, Kitty Hansen Klein; sister, Margie Klein Lascelles and husband Robert; brother, Steve Klein; one niece, Courtney Klein; and three nephews, Camron Klein, Nathan Lascelles, and David Lascelles.
John attended Benilde Saint-Margaret School in St. Louis Park, MN. John went on to graduate from Michigan State University. Throughout his school years, John established life-long friendships with a number of his teammates and classmates. Following John’s school years, he was actively involved in the Michigan State University Alumni Association, performing numerous functions on both his local Atlanta and National Alumni Boards. He was involved in the creation of the Greater Atlanta Alumni Club Endowed Scholarship Fund as well as leading game watches for the alumni in Atlanta over the years. John also enjoyed traveling with his wife to places like Italy, Scotland, an the Canadian Rockies. John will be loved and missed by all who knew him.
April 26, 2017
Beloved Mother of Stephanie Flores, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, Sister, Wife, Aunt and Friend has gone home to the Lord.
Sally Johnson, 81, of Salt Lake City, Utah passed away April 26th surrounded in love by her family. Sally was born in Salt Lake City, Utah into a large family of 11 to Alfred and Muriel Lindquist. She was a graduate of Granite High School and later married George Panos . They spent a life time of happiness together, raising seven children and being devoted to the Catholic church until his death in 1981.
She remained strong and dedicated in raising her family and her employment at Mountain Bell. This is where she met her second husband Owen B. Johnson (OB). They later married and Sally moved to Big Sky Country Billings, Montana. Sally spent 18 memorable years enjoying everything Montana had to offer; snow shoeing, cross country skiing, golf and the mountains. She volunteered at the local Hospital and was an active member of the Women’s Croiselle prayer group.
After OB’s passing, Sally moved back to Salt Lake City in 2001 in order to be closer to her family and again became actively involved by volunteering with the Good Samaritan program at the Cathedral of the Madeline. Sally loved the Opera, the symphony, and the repertory theater, which she attended regularly with close friends. We believe that in Sally’s last days, she held on a little longer to feel the warmth of the spring sun and see the beauty of her rock garden. Sally loved her family, especially the grand babies. Grandma “Sal”/ “Yia-Yia” will be greatly missed by so many that loved her.
December 18, 1938 – June 17, 2017
February 6, 1932 – September 9, 2017
July 14, 1962 – September 24, 2017
Maryann Jashinske, age 55 years, of Acworth Georgia passed away at home on September 24, 2017. She was born to John and Lorraine (Lippincott) Hoffman in Bristol, Pennsylvania on July 14, 1962. The former Maryann Jashinske married Mitchael Jashinske on September 27, 1986. She was a 1980 graduate of Bishop Conwell High School and a 1984 graduate of Michigan State University. Maryann was a member of St. Clare of Assisi Roman Catholic Church. She had been the owner of Package Engineering Solutions, LLC after many years of working in the packaging profession and several companies. She is survived by her husband, Mitchael Jashinske, one daughter, Devyn, and one son, Connor, of Acworth; mother Lorraine Hoffman of Bristol, Pennsylvania; one brother John (Pauline) Hoffman Jr. of Yardley, Pennsylvania; one sister Marita Connor, of Bristol, Pennsylvania; as well as several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, John Hoffman Sr.
October 10, 2017
Carol Elizabeth Cobb, 45, of Acworth, Georgia passed away on October 10th, 2017. Ms. Cobb is survived by her husband of 7 years, Ryan Cobb; her son, Avery Cobb, her daughter, Peyton Cobb; her parents, Harry and Jean Hanauer; her step-parents, Wayne London and Ossie Hanauer; her sister and brother-in-law, Cathy and Billy Scannapieco; her parents-in-law, Eldron and Chris Cobb (St. Clare parishioners and choir members); her brother and sister-in-law; Bryan and Marci Lea; her nieces and nephews, Caroline, Ben, and Alexander Lea; her grandmother, Nellie Cobb; as well as countless uncles, aunts, and cousins, and a world of friends and strangers who were fortunate enough to have had her brighten their lives.
November 21, 2017, age 73
Martin Orlando Wisherd of Cleveland, was the widower of Kay Trammell Wisherd. They married in 1989. Martin was born in Paris, Ark., in 1944 to Ida Mae and Jim Wisherd. He earned an associate degree from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Ga., and graduated from the University of Georgia with an Agricultural Engineering degree in 1967.His favorite fall activity was watching the Georgia Bulldawgs play football. Martin retired from Marel Stork Poultry Processing in 2011.
He is survived by his daughter Martina Wisherd of Fort Worth, Texas, his son James Martin Wisherd, daughter-in-law Kelly Wisherd and grandchildren Corinne, Skylar and Timothy of Acworth, Ga (St. Clare parishioners)., sisters Sarah Jane Wisherd Hime (Jessie), Barbara Ellen Wisherd, Ann Wisherd Hanson (Wayne) and Pat Wisherd Strebeck (Daniel), stepdaughter Amanda Evans and grandson Jay Swain and 15 nieces and nephews.
August 18, 1942 – November 27, 2017
Bonnie L. Schwan passed away peacefully in Acworth, Georgia on November 27, 2017 after a long illness. She was born on August 18, 1942 in Racine, Wisconsin to the late W. Vernon and Lorraine Carls. Bonnie moved to Georgia in 2016 after living in Great Falls, Virginia for the previous 38 years. She is survived by her husband, Carl Schwan (St. Clare parishioner and Mass pianist); step-children Amber (Sean) Barry and Scott (Amy) Schwan; grandchildren Colby, Landon, and Parker Schwan and Amanda, Liza, and Adeline Barry; her brother W. Ronald (Mary) Carls; and their children, W. Thomas (Cory Ann) Carls, Tamara (Gary) Shortess, Timothy (Franca) Carls, and Trish (Darrell) Howard, with whom Bonnie was particularly close. Bonnie graduated from Dominican College in Racine and was an elementary school teacher for over 20 years in Wisconsin, Hawaii, and the Washington D.C. area. Bonnie will be greatly missed by her family and her very many friends.
December 13, 2017
Michael John Switalski
March 29, 1957 – December 16, 2017
Michael Switalski, age 60, passed away Saturday, December 16, 2017. He was born on March 29, 1957 in Buffalo, New York to the late Henry and Jane Latawski Switalski. Mr. Switalski was a veteran of the United States Air Force, employed by Blaw Knox Incorporated for thirty years and was a member of Saint Clare Catholic Church in Acworth, GA.
Survivors include his wife of thirty-eight years, Paula Valvo Switalski of Dallas, GA; son, Charles Jakubczak of Dallas, GA; daughters, Amy (John) Sicienski of Dallas, GA. and Mary Beth (Craig) Hall of Buchanan, GA; brother, Thomas (Janet) Switalski of Columbus, Ohio; grandchildren, Analeigh Sicienski of Dallas, GA. and Emma Hall of Buchanan, GA; several nieces and nephews.
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