Justin Yanner | obituary | Democratic Tribune

The 41-year-old from Ebensburg passed away suddenly from a heart attack Friday morning, September 15, 2023, at his residence. He was born April 15, 1982, in Johnstown, the son of Dennis and Denise (Hatch) Yahner. He is survived by his parents of Ebensburg; and his wife, Hilary (Manning) Yahner, of 13 years, and sons, Sullivan Montgomery and Ketch Manning Yahner, at home; sisters: Annette (Mike) Noel and Angela (Mike) Lorenz; his grandfather, John (Mary) Yahner, his mother-in-law, Diane Manning, and his father-in-law, Douglas Manning. Also survived by his special uncle Kevin Hatch, his loyal employees at Country Garden 6-Pack, his dog “Chief”, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts and cousins. He graduated from Central Cambria High School and Shippensburg University, and was the owner and operator of Country Garden 6-Pack in Ebensburg. Justin was very active with his sons in the Ebensburg Youth League, and enjoyed membership in the Culver Athletic Club. and the Carrolltown Rod & Gun Club. He also served as a member of the Ebensburg Mainstreet Partnership Board. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother, Mary Jane Yahner, his maternal grandparents E. Jane and Beverly J. Hatch, his cousins ​​Bevin Culian, Calvin Yahner, and Alyssa Hoover and his canine companion “Captain” who recently passed away. Justin left this earth too soon, but he used his short 41 years to leave a legacy of generosity and laughter. He left an unforgettable impression on everyone he met as well as entire schools, organizations and the entire city of Ebensburg. Ebensburg came to a screeching halt on September 15 when news of his death spread. Justin was the father who had to play catch with his kids before they took the bus to school and have the ball ready for when they got home. He was the husband who looked into his wife’s eyes every day and told her how beautiful and wonderful she was before she left for work. Justin was the son who made his father proud to see him as a father. He was the love of his mother’s life. Justin was the brother who would challenge you on any trivial matter, offer you a donut he’d just sucked the frosting off of, and come over to help with anything, anytime. He was the uncle who asked to be called “King Alpha” and he was always a lot of fun. Jahner was the friend who always made you laugh and made you feel alive just by being in his presence. He was an outdoorsman who felt at peace while hunting and fishing. He was the neighbor known as “Mr. Mom” ​​and treated every child in the neighborhood as his own. Justin was the coach who told you to “suck it up” and then hugged you. He was the 6-pack owner that the entire city visited just to share a drink, laugh, and catch up on Penn State and Pittsburgh sports news. Justin was a member of the community who was always considered the unofficial mayor of Ebensburg. Justin was the stranger who would give you the shirt off his back. Justin John Yanner was a soul unlike any other. Friends will be received from 2-4 and 6-8 PM Tuesday at Askew-Houser Funeral Homes, Inc., Ebensburg. A private funeral service will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Justin may be made to the Ebensburg Youth League c/o PO Box 834 Ebensburg, PA 15931.
Condolences may be left for the family at www.askew-houser.com

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