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Edward F. Andrejcik
June 16, 1933 ~ October 22, 2023 (age 90) 90 Years Old
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Age 90, formerly of Natrona Heights and Creighton, passed away on Sunday, October 22, 2023 at Forbes Hospital, Monroeville. He was born in Creighton on June 16, 1933 and was the son of the late Joseph P. and Mary A. (Haburaj) Andrejcik. Prior to moving to Natrona Heights, Ed was a longtime resident of Creighton. He and his wife, Juanita, recently moved to Latrobe a few years ago.
A veteran, Ed served in the Army during the Korean War. He was the Manager of Upper Allegheny Joint Sanitary Authority in Tarentum and retired after 38 years. Ed also owned and operated the Normantown Tavern. He was a very active church volunteer and member of the former Holy Family Roman Catholic Church, Creighton and Guardian Angels Parish, Most Blessed Sacrament Campus, Natrona Heights. Ed was also a member of the Tarentum Elks, Brackenridge American Legion Post 226, and the Slovak Club in Creighton. He enjoyed watching the Pirates and Steelers. Ed was an avid golfer, liked listening to Frank Sinatra’s music, and traveling with his wife. When he lived in Natrona Heights, he enjoyed his McDonald’s get-togethers every morning with his friends for years. When McDonald’s closed during the pandemic, Ed and his friends brought their lawn chairs to the parking lot. Ed really enjoyed his time spent with his family and friends.
He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Juanita (Shores) Andrejcik, children, Michele (Jody) Michael of West Leechburg and Timothy (Stephanie) Poskin of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his four brothers, Paul, John, Andrew and Joseph Andrejcik and his three sisters, Margaret H. Kachurik, Anna Bodnar, and Mary Petruny.
In accordance with Ed’s wishes, private visitation and a blessing service were held. Burial with military honors followed in Our Lady of Hope Cemetery, Frazer Township. Arrangements by the Paul R. Ajak Funeral Home, Inc., Creighton.
To share an online condolence with the family, please visit www.ajakfh.com.