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Bon

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#403816 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on Yesterday, 08:22 PM

Chicken planks, fries, & lemonade at Applebee's. Got my stitches out today, & was told I have really good range of motion, better then they thought I would at this time.


#403511 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 23 March 2017 - 07:13 PM

Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowl - bacon, eggs, potatoes, cheese


#403409 Today is National Puppy Day

Posted by Bon on 23 March 2017 - 10:39 AM

Show us your puppies...

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#403391 Pilot Announces There Is A Loose Snake On The Plane

Posted by Bon on 23 March 2017 - 08:33 AM

My heart rate would of been close to heart attack zone.


#403320 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 22 March 2017 - 08:10 PM

Hotdogs & Parmesan noodles


#403204 Sandy Township police officers commended for ‘heroic efforts’ saving m

Posted by Bon on 22 March 2017 - 11:33 AM

The only one I know is Jesse. He is a very nice guy and would help anyone out. I'm just glad all 3 were there to help one another plus the guy.


#403138 Sandy Township police officers commended for ‘heroic efforts’ saving m

Posted by Bon on 22 March 2017 - 07:27 AM

High five officers!! Job well done!


#403136 Sandy Township police officers commended for ‘heroic efforts’ saving m

Posted by Bon on 22 March 2017 - 07:25 AM

DuBOIS — Three Sandy Township police officers were commended at Monday’s supervisors’ meeting for their heroic efforts when a man dove into a freezing lake and they saved him.

At 12:09 a.m. March 12, the police department received a call from a resident who lives at 155 Woolendean Road, in Treasure Lake, Chief Don Routch said. She said that her son, Justin Wagner, had just been involved in a physical fight with his girlfriend. She stated that Wagner had left the residence on foot and said he was going to kill himself. She gave officers a description of her son, Routch said.

Officers responded to the area and encountered a man who was standing at the lake’s edge by the Lakeview Lodge and the breast of the lake.


Sgt. Kris Kruzelak, Officer Ken Kiehlmeier and Officer Jesse Cole walked down to the man, asked if he was Wagner, and he confirmed he was. In speaking to Wagner, he indicated that he was planning to kill himself by jumping into the lake and drowning. He also indicate that he had been in an altercation with his girlfriend, Routch said.

The officers spoke to Wagner for about 30 to 40 minutes to move away from the water as the temperature was 14 degrees F and that they could get him some help or talk in the patrol car, Routch said. While the officer was negotiating with Wagner, he stated numerous times that he was going to jump into the lake. Officers requested assistance from DuBois City Police and requested EMS and Sandy Township Fire Department water rescue.

Wagner then turned from the officers and ran into the lake and dove in, Routch said. All officers then immediately reacted and chased Wagner into the water, due to a drop of approximately 25 feet from the shore Wagner was fully submerged under water.

Cole reached out and due to the drop off also was submerged under water. Kruzelak and Kiehlmeier were trying to tread water and were able to grab Cole and pull him to where they could touch, Routch said. Cole was able to grab Wagner by the hood of his coat where he was pulled closer to shore. Wagner did resist while being pulled into the shore, he also resisted briefly at the shore where he finally conceded and stated, “I give up, I’m done.”

Wagner was taken into custody and custody was immediately transferred to paramedics for treatment. All officers had to immediately receive medical treatment for hypothermia and were transported to Penn Highlands Emergency Room along with Wagner, Routch said.

Wagner’s girlfriend was taken to Penn Highlands for injuries to her face, she was treated and release. She stated to officers at the hospital that she and Wagner were in her vehicle when he engaged her in an argument. She stated that Wagner slapped her with an open hand in the car. They then arrived at the residence on Wollendean where the argument continued with Wagner slapping her a couple more times. Officer Goodman did observe an injury to her lip and also on her cheek. Tellerico was unsure of how many times she was struck. She did state that he did strike him in self defense to get him off of her.

The officers that were involved sustained injuries and damage to equipment. Damage to equipment were three tasers, three portable radios, flashlights and officers’ uniform. An estimate for these damages will easily exceed $5,000, Routch said.

I just wanted to make the supervisors aware of that and these guys risked their own safety by pulling this guy up out of there,” Routch said. “I think it was pretty heroic for what they did and I just wanted to make you aware of it.”

Manager Dave Monella also commended the officers along with the fire department and rescue team.

“Everybody, as far as I’m concerned, did what they had to do that evening,” Monella said. “I had the opportunity to talk to Sgt. Kruzelak the Monday after that and a lot of things were going through his head, did he make the right calls, could it have been different? We could armchair quarterback all we want, it was a split-second decision. It was an at-the-moment kind of thing that these guys had to do. My hat is off to every one of the people that were, unfortunately, participants in that whole situation. It was 17 degrees out that night. It was cold.”

Supervisor Andy Shenkle said it’s really impressive how the officers react and perform their jobs in the township.

“It’s just remarkable,” Shenkle said.

The rest of the supervisors echoed Monella’s and Shenkle’s sentiments.


#402845 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 20 March 2017 - 08:03 PM

Today my hubby baked a pizza. Since I had PT, my shoulder is throbbing, & makes me not want to eat, but I did eat 1 piece. Good movement in my shoulder today, not tight like last week.


#402841 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 20 March 2017 - 07:53 PM

Yesterday, hubby took SOB & I to DuBois since they both needed something from Lowes.
Went to McDonald's because hubby had coupons for a bogo big mac, SOB had a triple cheeseburger, & basket of fries, & I had my usual cheeseburger with no pickle, onions, or mustard, & a LG chocolate Shamrock shake with no cherry!!


#402186 Gouda cheese?.

Posted by Bon on 17 March 2017 - 09:52 PM

Have any of you ever gone to the Cheese House in New Wilmington? It's an Amish store, & they have things in there that you just can't find anywhere else!!! The are very close to the Apple Castle. Fresh donuts, fresh cider, fresh honey, veggies, fruits, the list could go on & on!!


#402175 Valley Dairy closing?

Posted by Bon on 17 March 2017 - 09:01 PM

National Record Mart was the big hang out at the mall. I still have some of my original albums from there.


I still have a tote full. They are in the basement probably moldy, but still have some.


#402145 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 17 March 2017 - 05:58 PM

SOB brought me a Shamrock Shake, the 1/2 choc/mint, yummy. Didn't improve my mood though (pain).


#401968 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 16 March 2017 - 04:18 PM

SOB is making BLT's & for the picky eater BLC's.


#401808 Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

Posted by Bon on 16 March 2017 - 03:53 AM

Wishing you a speedy recovery and just to help with your healing, I had a Chocolate Shamrock Shake!  :yes:


I'm so glad we don't have a McD's close at hand..I would be a little green at the gills. LOL