James H. Lottie Osovich

January 10, 1914 - February 20, 2005

01/10/1914 - 02/20/2005

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James H. "Lottie" Osovich, 91, of Neffs, Ohio, died Saturday, February 20, 2005 in Belmont Community Hospital, Bellaire, Ohio.

He was born January 10, 1914 in Lafferty, Ohio, a son of the late Andrew and Bernice Lopachinski Osovich.

He was retired from the former Hannibal Coal Company, a member of the P.N.A. Lodge and a Catholic by faith.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Ann Smutylo Osovich, two brothers, Stanley and Mike Osovich, two sisters, Carolyn Hegedus and Jean Klimek.

Surviving are a son, James J. Osovich Jr. of Belmont, Ohio, two daughters, Barbara Bill Huntington of Waverly, Ohio and Kay John Bradley of Jacksonville, North Carolina; two brothers, Charles of Toledo and John Rose Osovich of Bridgeport;eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.

At James’ request, there will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family.

Interment in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Bellaire, Ohio.

Arrangements by Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory, 441-37th Street, Bellaire, Ohio 43906.

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James J. Osovich
7 years ago

In loving memory of my dad who was also a great person. Life will not be the same without you. Love you always, Junie

Rita Remley
7 years ago

Jim, Kay and Barbara,

I miss your dad and all of my phone conversations with him. He always had something funny to tell me, though he had a very weird sense of humor much of the time. He was a character I will always remember fondly.

Rita Remley

St. Clairsville, Ohio

Dave & Judy Szymanski
7 years ago

Jim, Mary Kay & Barbara Ann:

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you and your families at this sad time. We’ll remember Uncle Lottie as the “joker” of the family. He would always say something to make us laugh; especially the last time we saw him a few years ago at his house. It was late morning and upon our arrival, we were invited into the kitchen and offered something to eat. Little did we know that it would be “pop and doughnuts”!!! Well of course we ate them – they were great!! He’s away but not forgotten.

Janet Hegedus
7 years ago

My prayers are with Uncle Jim’s family. He was always cracking jokes and something that makes me laugh every time I think about it is when he told me he had given up wine, women, and smoking for Lent. I eyeballed his lit cigarette and looked at him with a puzzled grin on my face. He jumped right back in with “but I didn’t give up lying!” He was the Johnny Carson of the Osovich family! I will always smile when I think of him!