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The history of Lane Funeral Homes was reviewed by, at right, Wally Sinn when he spoke at a recent meeting of Austintown Rotary. An associate of the homes since 1965, and now vice president, Sinn said Lane Funeral Homes came into being in 1855 in Mineral Ridge as a combination funeral home and furniture store, and in 1934 it began to provide funeral service only. Sinn said the business was passed from one generation to the next, with the fifth generation of leadership assumed by Joseph D. Lane in 2002. As the 150th year of operation was celebrated in 2005, he noted that Lane Funeral Homes had evolved from one funeral home to seven, making it one of the leading firms in the state with more than 200 employees. Following the talk, Brian Laraway, Rotary president, left, presented a book to the speaker.

The history of Lane Funeral Homes was reviewed by, at ...

The history of Lane Funeral Homes was reviewed by, at right, Wally Sinn when he spoke at a recent meeting of Austintown Rotary. An associate of the homes since 1965, and now vice president, Sinn ...


KENNETH FOGLEMAN AND 
BETHANY OLIVER

KENNETH FOGLEMAN AND BETHANY OLIVER

KENNETH FOGLEMAN AND BETHANY OLIVER


JASON F. PACANOWSKI AND  
KATIE A. WHITE

JASON F. PACANOWSKI AND KATIE A. WHITE

JASON F. PACANOWSKI AND KATIE A. WHITE


Mark Daigle

Mark Daigle

Mark Daigle


Batting practice is taking place at the outdoor field at the Glacier Baseball Facility in Struthers. In the background is the dome and batting building.

Batting practice is taking place at the outdoor field at ...

Batting practice is taking place at the outdoor field at the Glacier Baseball Facility in Struthers. In the background is the dome and batting building.


Reginald Everson

Reginald Everson

Reginald Everson


Aaron Fields (29) of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers waits for the ball as Markus Brisker of the Auburn
Doubledays slides safely back to second base during Wednesday’s game at Eastwood Field.

Aaron Fields (29) of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers waits for ...

Aaron Fields (29) of the Mahoning Valley Scrappers waits for the ball as Markus Brisker of the Auburn Doubledays slides safely back to second base during Wednesday’s game at Eastwood Field.