Anna V. Loeh

Anna V. Loeh

December 5, 2012


Anna V. Loeh, Petersburg Section of Scranton, died Wednesday morning at home.  She was the widow of George L. Loeh who died in 1966.

Born December 16, 1918 in Carbondale, and was the daughter of the late Michael and Anna Kuzniacek Harkenreader.  She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church.  Prior to retirement she had worked for the Grove Silk Mill, the Arthur Schultz family and was also a waitress at Redesky’s now known as the Glass Onion.

She was an excellent cook and baker.  She made wonderfull blueberry pies.   She also loved polkas and was a member of various polka groups in the area.  She will be dearly missed.

Surviving are sons George H. Loeh and his wife Mary-Ann of Scranton and James Loeh and his wife Theresa of Forest City; a granddaughter Jennifer Loeh of West Pittston;  a sister Hellen Tkach of Bristol, Pa.;  several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by siblings Mary Debish and Paul, Joe, Stanley, Frank, Pete, Charles, and Steven.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated Monday at 10am in the Immaculate Conception Church 801 Taylor Ave. Scranton.

Friends may call Monday morning from 9:30am until the time of Mass at the church.

Arrangements are entrusted to and under the care of the Vanston and James Funeral Home, 1401 Ash St. Scranton.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial contrubtions be made to the Griffin Pond Animal Shelter 967 Griffin Pond Rd. Clarks Summit, Pa. 18411


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  1. Evelyn Harkenreader

    My Aunt Anna was an upbeat and fun-loving person. She will be missed.

  2. Joe Chomack

    Jim & George I am deeply saddend by the death of your Mother, she was a great woman. Always had a smile & always treated me right. The Lord has a new Angle

  3. Barbara Rudzinski--Citizens Savings Bank

    George, Jim and families–my deepest condolences for your irrreplaceable loss. I know that you can’t believe it now but the pain of this loss will pass and the good memories of “Ma” will remain

  4. Bob, JoAnn and Marissa Jones

    Dear Jim,George and family we are so sorry on the loss of your mother, I never met MA but she must of been a wonderful lady to have two sons as kind and nice that you both are. Once again we are so sorry I am sure she is looking down and smiling at the both of you.

  5. Paul Toomey

    George, Mary-Ann, Jimmy, Terry – I am very sad to hear about the passing of ‘Mrs Loeh’. The world has lost a kind, wonderful person. She has a special place in my heart with many fond memories of growning up on Ridge Ave. The Lord has called her home to His House.

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