John Naniewicz was born in 1915 and passed away on March 13, 1998. A native of Archbald, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, he was an acclaimed musician.
He is the co-owner of Naniewicz and Patterson Excavating and Paving, as well as an avid hunter who travels worldwide for big game. Additionally, he belongs to the Factoryville Sportsman Club.
Early Life and Education
Parents are often the primary educators of their child during the early years. Not only do they teach them how to speak and walk, but children also need stimulation and socialization with other people.
Theories have long guided early childhood education and continue to shape today’s classroom practices.
Some of these theories draw upon Friedrich Froebel and Jean Rousseau, both credited for their contributions to early childhood education.
Early childhood education is considered to be essential in a child’s development and can shape them for life. It also helps them hone social skills and build self-esteem, as well as shape their outlook on the world and moral principles.
Achievements and Honors
John Naniewicz has accomplished a lot in his life. He holds an accounting degree from Wilkes University and co-owns Naniewicz & Patterson Excavating and Paving with his partner Mike Patterson. Additionally, John serves as celebrity chairman for the Arc of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s golf tournament as well as being heavily involved with their Recreation program.
He is an avid sports fan, having followed the game of golf for years. His cousin is a professional golfer and he enjoys watching his family play the sport. An accomplished player himself, he’s been playing weekly at Scott Greens since 2010. As part of Penn State Summer Games team, he’s won several gold, silver and bronze medals while being an incredibly dedicated family man.
John Naniewicz was not only an accomplished professional but also a proud father and husband. As co-owner and operator of Naniewicz and Patterson Excavating and Paving, where he worked alongside his wife Alice for more than 40 years, John also supported numerous local organizations such as Arc of Northeastern Pennsylvania and Lackawanna Trail High School Athletic Association with dedication.
He is survived by his daughter Alice Naniewicz and husband Bernard Jr. of Dalton; four sons: Frank and his wife Janelle of Tunkhannock, Chris with his fiance Elizabeth Ryan in Factoryville, Carl with his wife Katie Butzer also of Factoryville; Scott with Desarah Barnes from Factoryville; 15 grandchildren Joshua, Jonah Naniewicz, Loughan/Skuyler family, Troy/ Tori families, Brianna/Carlee family members Ayrianna/ Shania Grace all born to him; three brothers with whom he shared a special bond – Harold Thomas John all from Scranton; along with many beloved nieces/nephes he shared an affectionate affectionately;