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MARK JEVICKY, 60
ROBINSON-LYTLE'S OF INDIANA

10/10/2012

 

Mark V. Jevicky, 60, of Clarksburg, passed away Monday, October 8, 2012, at Excela Latrobe.

 

A son of the late Frank V. and Emma Louise Fairman Jevicky, he was born January 29, 1952 in Indiana.

 

Mr. Jevicky was a graduate of Indiana Area High School and Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the “Big Indians” football team.  Mark was employed as a counselor at the Adelphoi Village in Latrobe.  He was also a singer and songwriter, having recorded music in Nashville.  Mark enjoyed his music career and entertaining for many years.  But foremost, he was a loving husband, father and grandfather; spending the most time with his family was very important to him.

 

He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Jamie Lynn Scott Jevicky, of Clarksburg; five children; Elijah J. Jevicky and wife Autumn L., of Charlottesville, Va.; Ruby R. Jevicky Proulx and husband Ben, of Swansboro, NC.; Moses M. Jevicky, of Greensburg; Scarlett R. Jevicky Sticca and husband Brian, of Baltimore, MD.; and Evie M. Jevicky, of Clarksburg; three brothers; Ronald L. Jevicky and wife Dianne, of Greenville, NC.; John E. Jevicky, of Cincinnati, OH.; and Timothy F. Jevicky and wife Debra, of Home; five grandchildren; Layne Martin Jevicky, Vienna Jevicky, Samson Proulx, Gideon Proulx and Aybrah Zelenski.

 

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Cheryl Jevicky, and a brother, Martin A. Jevicky.

 

Mark will be painfully missed…”This old fool still loves you… I do, I still do!!!  You, you are spring to me; you are everything to me…” Always and forever, Jamie.

 

There will be no visitation.  Services are private and will be held at the convenience of the family.

 

Memorial contributions may be made to the Jevicky family, c/o of Robinson-Lytle, Inc., 36 N 7th Street, Indiana, PA 15701.


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