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JACMENOVIC- WARHUL - Agnes T., 82; formerly of Johnstown, passed away August 24, 2017 at UPMC Altoona. Born November 15, 1934 in Johnstown, daughter of Blase and Josephine (Szwedo) Micik. Preceded in death by parents; first husband, Frank Jacmenovic; second husband, Stanley Warhul; daughter, Michelle Jacmenovic; brothers, Johnny, Stanley, Walter, and Joseph; sisters, Mary Johnson, Helen Rudock, Anna Burkhardt, Bertha Warhul, Veronica Schrieber and Nellie Barnhart; and sisters in law Mary, Antonia, Anne, Verna, Helen and Josephine Agnes was the last survivor of her immediate family. Agnes will be forever missed and lovingly remembered by her daughter Linda (John) Barnes and her two grandchildren Johnathan and Madalyn Barnes who were the greatest joys in her life. She was an amazing mother having raised her two daughters on her own when her husband Frank passed away suddenly while her daughters were still very young. She worked as a seamstress for many years in two factories and also privately in her home and was known for her beautiful work and handmade costumes. She was a loving aunt and second mother to many nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews and cousins. Her greatest joy came from being a grandmother. Lovingly referred to as Grammy by Johnathan and Maddy she was an amazing grandmother, teacher and role model to them both. She adored Johnathan so deeply and loved to tease him and joke with him and was always kissing and hugging him. She would tease him and tell him she didn't remember him hugging and kissing her just to get an extra kiss and hug from him. She called Maddy her little butterfly, always kissed her hands so tenderly as a sign of affection and loved to spend time with her teaching her how to bake. Known as Aggie by many of her family and friends she was a wonderful cook and was happiest when surrounded by friends and family cooking, baking, playing polka music and celebrating holidays in her home on Benshoff Hill. All who knew Aggie knew she had an open door and she welcomed everyone and anyone into her home for food and coffee no matter the hour! Hours upon hours were spent by so many sitting at her kitchen table drinking coffee and eating delicious home made food while praying the rosary, discussing current events and old times and telling jokes and funny stories. She was a true character and loved to make people laugh. She once said she was here for a good time not a long time. She loved Christmas, Easter and Halloween and her beautifully decorated home will be remembered fondly by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her and celebrating with her over the years! All who knew her are invited to a celebration of her life at Saint Francis Catholic Church, Friday September 1, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. the Franciscan Friars OFM Conv. Committal will take place at Grandview Cemetery. Arrangements by Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home Inc. Condolences may be sent at fgozogfuneralhome.com
Published on August 26, 2017
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