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SALOKA – Margie P., wife of Edward E. Saloka, passed into eternal rest Dec. 2, 2014. God put Margie on this earth 76 years ago for a special purpose and now she has left our world to return to her creator. She is the daughter of deceased John and Mary (Bohna) Fesko. For the past 58 years, she had experienced life, happiness and fulfillment with her best friend and soulmate, her husband, Edward, and their three loving children. Her children are Kathy Lynn (Dr. Mark) Gorchesky, Karel Jean (Edward) Sutter and Edward Johnathon “E.J.” (Lisa Lentz). Those who knew her will say we are all better people for knowing her. Margie leaves behind her sister, Helen Dyak, Raleigh, N.C.; sister, Georgiann (Edward) Petak, Johnstown; her special niece, Roseanne Beckerle; best friend, Marta Majoris; and BFF, Dee Kasper. Preceded in death by brother-in-law, Nick Dyak; sister, Irene, and husband, Joe Sidor; and sister, Mary Louise, and husband, Dennis Motter. Margie was the grandmother of Alex Gorchesky, Andrew and Kelsey Sutter and Elizabeth and Stephanie Saloka. Margie was a retired customer service supervisor at BonTon. She also worked customer service at Hess’s and worked in the jewelry department at Penn Traffic. She was a volunteer for Lee Hospital Ambulatory Surgery, secretary for St. Francis ladies guild and member of St. Francis Catholic Church, where she volunteered for various events, including holiday bread baking, fish fry’s and the Gabriel Project. Margie’s favorite things were baking and sharing recipes, growing flowers, shopping and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Funeral Mass celebrating Margie’s life will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, at St. Francis Church, 120 Barron Ave. Arrangements in care of Hindman Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inc., 1521 Frankstown Road. Condolences may be made at HindmanFuneralHomes.com
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