George E. Hromanik

July 10, 1929 - February 1, 2014
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MONACA, PA 15061
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Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Wednesday 2/5, 11:00 am
Simpson Funeral Home
1119 Washington Avenue
Monaca , PA 15061
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George E. Hromanik, 84 of Freedom passed away early Saturday morning, Feb 1, 2014 at his home. Born July 10,1929 in Duquesne, PA., he was a son of the late George and Mary Hromanik. Following graduation from Duquesne High School, George attended the University of Pittsburgh where he was a four year letterman in basketballContinue Reading

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Bob Clarke left a message on August 8, 2022:
I only shared a narrow part of George’s life; tennis. George would occasionally come to Beaver Falls and play tennis with my father, Edwin Clarke, President of Geneva College who previously had won the CO state singles when he was in graduate school, my sister who later played #1 women’s tennis at Arizona state and me. My partner and I won the PIAA state high school doubles championship in 1963. George was a remarkable tennis player especially given that basketball was apparently his primary sport. George and Harold Matheson from Koppel were the best in their age group at that time. George was a very competitive, kind and accomplished gentleman. It was my privilege to have known him.
Phillip Steff left a message on February 6, 2014:
Mr.Hromanik had such a profound influence on me. He was a special man at a special time for me and many others in the class of 1965. Thank you George
Michael Glontz left a message on February 4, 2014:
Uncle George will be missed. He always had a quick and funny response and was fun to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Wynne, Tracy, and Paul.
Denise Dorn Roberts left a message on February 4, 2014:
Mr. Hromanik was one of the best teachers that I had. I learned so much about botany, types and family of trees and plants. Just to name a few. To this day I go online and research plants, trees and vegetables He taught me the difference between a true or false plants are subtle and if you don't know the difference it can be life threatening. I will always remember him. Denise.
Lucille McKinney left a message on February 4, 2014:
Mr. Hromanik was a fabulous Western Beaver teacher who encouraged and was instrumental in many of his students going into the medical fields. My daughter, Michelle was one of them. He taught her to love the medical field she is in and we will always be grateful for his leadership and concern for his students and others. Rest in peace Mr. Hromanik, you were a Godsend to the students and parents of Western Beaver. God will say, "A Job well done, you loved your students and teaching, I am pleased".
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Ed Hill left a message on February 4, 2014:
Wynn: Sorry to heard about your loss.
Kathie Ondra Gahagan left a message on February 4, 2014:
I want to convey my sincere sympathy to the family on his passing. He was, in my eyes, a brilliant teacher and no nonsense kind of guy. You studied and you learned, but in retrospect there was a sense of humor that was lost on me in 10th grade youth. I was in his class the day Kennedy was shot. A moment in history that stays forever. I cheered for the many basketball teams he coached during my tenure at Western Beaver HS as a cheerleader. I was a Popcorn girl and for the life of me can not remember how that came about. And I will always remember how he was admired, respected and loved by his students. His passing touched my heart, and how even to this day I remember so many things I learned in his classes. Some were biology, and others were how to be the best you can be. He was a good man and an amazing teacher. "Life's tasks all done, He sleeps."
Lynn Duncan left a message on February 3, 2014:
Wynne, We at your water aerobics class at the"Y" were saddened to hear of your great loss. Please know that you are in our hearts and prayers. We are looking forward to your return to class when you are able. We miss your smile.
Joanne Ratkovich Dimitt left a message on February 3, 2014:
One of my favorite teachers at Western Beaver. I still remember Mr: Hromanik's biology class to this day. He had such a sense of humor, but at the same time so full of knowledge. You have my deepest sympathies. And I really hated dissecting the eyes from frogs and fish. Ewww! Thanks for all the great lessons! RIP.
jay paisley left a message on February 3, 2014:
I used to play tennis with George. We had many good times.
Alec Robinson left a message on February 3, 2014:
to Wynne i really miss george he was a greatNeighbor person my folks are very we are praying for you and paul and Tracy we are let the lord bless the Hromanik flamily love alec
Rosemarie Cilli Steele left a message on February 3, 2014:
My condolences to the family. I had Mr. Hromanik as a teacher back in 1967. He was a legend then...he is a legend still. Not sure what he thought of me, but I sure revered him. Wonderful teacher - wonderful, strong and keen witted human being.
Patricia Ratkovich DeFina left a message on February 3, 2014:
My heartfelt condolences to the family... Many years ago I had the honor and privilege of being in one of his advanced biology extraordinary teacher..I have many great memories ... Still makes me smile!....God Bless you and your family. Lucky you are to be family to this wonderful man.
Bonnie Morse Finks left a message on February 3, 2014:
My sympathies in your loss. I will always remember Mr. Hromanik as one of my favorite teachers at Freedom High School.
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