Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring Part 2

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring Part 2

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Last week I began to review the report from the Human Resources consulting firm employed by the district to review our teacher hiring practices. The firm did a thorough review of the teacher hiring process used the last five years, conducted an extensive survey of teachers, did a […]

Ida Elizabeth Severance

Ida Elizabeth Severance

Ida Elizabeth Severance, 69, of Edinboro, died Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at UPMC Hamot. She was born in Erie on January 7, 1947, the daughter of the late Albert F. and Helen S. Severance. Ida had previously worked at Maco Manufacturing and Warren Electronics. She enjoyed crafts, reading, watching old movies and crossword puzzles. She […]

Todays Quote 03-17-16 Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Todays Quote 03-17-16 Happy St Patrick’s Day!

Pat and Jimmy-Joe met and one said to the other, “Have ye seen Mulligan lately, Pat?” Pat said, “Well, I have and I haven’t.” His friend asked, “Shure, and what d’ye mean by that?” Pat said, “It’s like this, y’see…I saw a chap who I thought was Mulligan, and he saw a chap that he […]

William Gerald Bowers

William Gerald Bowers

William Gerald Bowers, 73, of Waterford, died Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Erie on March 28, 1942, the son of the late Donald and Frances Bowers. Bill worked at Penn Union, Jays Auto Wrecking, Troyer Land Resources and Hillcrest Auto. Whether he was simply […]

Deborah Sue Confer

Deborah Sue Confer

Deborah Sue Confer, 43, of Edinboro, formerly of Mill Village, went onto be with Our Lord and her father Ray Moore, Sr., on Friday, March 11, 2016. She was born in Erie on November 11, 1972. She is the daughter of Katherine Moore (Graham) and the late Ray Moore, Sr.. Deb leaves behind her husband […]

Dr. Joseph Willard Laythe

Dr. Joseph Willard Laythe

Professor at Edinboro University of PA Dr. Joseph Willard Laythe, PhD, 50, of Edinboro, died March 12, 2016. He was born on October 3, 1965 in Spokane, Washington to Helen (Neimann) and Charles Laythe. After attending high school in Boise, Idaho, he enrolled at Carroll College in Montana where he graduated with a BA in […]

Message of Faith – Accentuate the Positive

Message of Faith – Accentuate the Positive

This weeks Message of Faith submitted by Rev. Joanne Rowden The Hebrew word for gratitude is “Hakarat Hatov” which means recognizing the good. As you and I focus on gratitude throughout our day, we open ourselves to recognizing the good that is always present in every moment. Studies have revealed that your brain sees what […]

AmeriCorps Week: Saluting Two General McLane AmeriCorps Staff

AmeriCorps Week: Saluting Two General McLane AmeriCorps Staff

AmeriCorps Week is an annual year that recognizes the commitment of AmeriCorps members and alums by highlighting the extraordinary impact AmeriCorps makes across our nation every day. AmeriCorps Week is a time to salute AmeriCorps members and alums for their service, thank AmeriCorps community partners, and communicate AmeriCorps impact on communities and on the lives […]

Virgil Clair Marsh

Virgil Clair Marsh

Virgil Clair Marsh, Sr., 84, of McKean, has gone home to be with his family on Thursday, March 10, 2016, after a long battle with ALS. He was born in McKean, on October 10, 1931, son of the late Clair C. and Mary (Wright) Marsh. Virgil was a simple man of simple needs and found […]

Peter Kralj, Jr

Peter Kralj, Jr

Peter Kralj, Jr., 91 of Meadville, passed away, Thursday, March 10, 2016 at Meadville Medical Center. He was born on May 1, 1924, in Mount Clare, West Virginia, a son of the late Peter and Mary Pangerc Kralj. He married Catherine Constantinovich on October 12, 1946, she preceded him in death on March 10, 2003. […]

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring

Lancer Letter – Facts on Hiring

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District I attended a leadership conference once where a speaker spoke about opposable thumbs. He noted that humans are one of the only species that has them and that the tension between the thumb and forefinger is important to allow us to pick up and hold items. He noted […]

Irene Warso Fendya

Irene Warso Fendya

Irene Warso Fendya, 95, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 6, 2016. She was born in New Castle, PA on February 20, 1921. While living in Edinboro, she worked at First National Bank/Marine Bank of Edinboro and for the Borough of Edinboro. She was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of Edinboro and […]

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