Weekly Update: Combatting Domestic Violence, Training PA’s Workforce, and Supporting Seniors

first_imgToday I’m proud to sign #TiernesLaw, which gives our justice system more tools to hold domestic abusers accountable and strengthens protections for victims who are still at risk. pic.twitter.com/CLaSELG9YQ— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) April 16, 2018 The Blog,  Weekly Update,  Workforce Development Tierne’s LawOn Monday, Governor Wolf signed SB 449, also known as Tierne’s Law, sponsored by Senator Camera Bartolotta. This act amends Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) and clarifies judges’ use of risk assessment tools when setting bail amounts to determine whether the perpetrators of domestic violence pose a continued danger to their victims.“We all know the tragic story that led us to take a hard look at our laws, and make this change,” Governor Wolf said. “We mourn Tierne’s loss with her family, and while we can never fix what they’ve had to go through, Tierne’s law will help us prevent senseless and horrible situations like this one from happening to more Pennsylvania families, and will hold perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse accountable for their heinous crimes.By signing Tierne’s Law, Governor Wolf builds on his support for victims of domestic violence. On April 6, the governor asked State House leaders and committee chairs to send him a package of domestic violence reform bills that passed overwhelmingly in the Senate.“I urge the House to pass a package of domestic violence bills, including Senate Bill 501, which would fix an arcane law that allows domestic abusers to have access to guns,” said Governor Wolf. “We know that many domestic abusers use firearms to harm their victims, as was the case with Tierne, who died from a gunshot wound inflicted by her abuser spouse.”Workforce DevelopmentGovernor Wolf announced new funding for the Greater Johnstown Career & Technology Center to help with the creation of two new welding training programs in Bedford and Somerset counties. These programs will help companies identify and train a skilled workforce which will inevitably help the companies succeed and grow in a rapidly-evolving economy.This investment builds on the governor’s commitment to workforce development in Pennsylvania. On Wednesday Governor Wolf announced that his administration has helped more than 2,000 companies train their existing workforces. A total of 120,000 workers at more than 2,200 companies across the commonwealth have been supported through the incumbent worker training program since the beginning of the Wolf Administration. Additionally, on Thursday the governor announced his commitment to helping youth and young adults receive the work experience they need to succeed in college by announcing funding for local summer internship programs throughout Pennsylvania.SeniorsOn Friday, Governor Wolf announced that 41 senior centers across the commonwealth would receive grants from the Department of Aging’s 2017-18 Senior Community Center Grants, totaling $2 million funding from the Pennsylvania Lottery.“Senior community centers serve as gateways for older adults to access vital community services,” said Governor Wolf. “These grants give senior centers the resources they need to revitalize and expand services that enrich the lives of Pennsylvania’s senior population.”See a complete list of grant recipients.Governor Wolf’s Week, April 15, 2018 – April 21, 2018Monday, 4/16/18Wolf Administration Previews 2018 Construction Season in South Central PA, Highlights ProjectsWolf Administration Cabinet Members Host Community Event in TunkhannockGovernor Wolf Signs Tierne’s Law, Providing Protections for Victims of Domestic ViolenceGovernor Wolf Supports Recommendations of Medical Marijuana Advisory Board Approved by Secretary of HealthGovernor Wolf Supports Call for Independent Redistricting CommissionTuesday, 4/17/18Governor Wolf Announces Funding to Increase Welding Training Opportunities in Bedford and Somerset CountiesPennsylvania Governor Wolf Statement on Expected Resignation of Rep. Charlie DentGovernor Wolf Orders the Commonwealth Flag at Half-Staff to Honor Former Greensburg Fire Department’s J. Edward “Hutch” HutchinsonPennsylvania’s School Safety Task Force Hears from Students, Others in the Southeastern RegionGovernor Wolf Thanks House for Passage of ‘Grandfamilies’ Legislation, Urges Senate to VoteWednesday, 4/18/18Governor Wolf Orders Flags to Half-Staff to Honor Former First Lady Barbara BushGovernor Wolf Announces Administration’s Efforts Helped More Than 2,000 Companies Train Their Existing WorkforceGovernor Wolf Announces $60 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 12 CountiesGovernor Wolf Praises Senate Action to Combat HazingThursday, 4/19/18Pennsylvania Investing More Than $2.8 Million to Expand Summer Internship ProgramsGovernor Wolf Celebrates Revitalization at Groundbreaking Ceremony for The Highline in PittsburghFriday, 4/20/18Governor Wolf Awards $2 Million in 2017-18 Senior Community Center GrantsPennsylvania Submits Nominations for Qualified Opportunity Zones to U.S. Department of TreasuryHighlights from the Blog:April Jobs That Pay Update: Preparing PA’s Workforce, Creating Jobs That Pay, Connecting Growing CommunitiesGovernor Wolf Signs Tierne’s Law, Urges Action on Domestic Violence Legislation (Round-up)Highlights from Twitter:When Meek Mill was resentenced to prison for parole violations, his case brought hundreds of thousands to call for change in PA. We need to make our system more fair, more equitable, and more focused on rehabilitation. My plan: https://t.co/hgbFL5aVyU pic.twitter.com/p3IzlJmVYU— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) April 17, 2018 April 23, 2018 Weekly Update: Combatting Domestic Violence, Training PA’s Workforce, and Supporting Seniors SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Albert F. Naderman, 73

first_imgOn Monday, February 4, 1946, Albert Ferdinand Naderman was born to George J. and Clara M. (Hessler) Naderman. Along with four sisters and three brothers, he was raised on the Naderman family farm near Millhousen, Indiana. He graduated from Jac-Cen-Del High School in 1964. He was an airplane mechanic in the Air Force Reserves from 1965-1967. He married Cheryl J. Holt on June 22, 1974 and together they raised five children. He often went home to help his Dad with farming. He was a mechanic at Westport Implement for 14 years. He thoroughly enjoyed his time there, as he made many good friends while fixing IH equipment. He loved International Harvester so much that he would often tell his children and grandchildren not to look at a John Deere or they might go blind. Although he was giving his famous crooked grin as he said this, his young children suspected it might be true.  He could not bear to see the land he loved sold to someone outside of the family, so he moved his wife and children onto the farm in 1981, when his own parents were no longer able to live there. His children grew up having the same family pride and work ethics instilled into them that only farm living can bring. Sadly, illness forced Albert and Cheryl to leave their beloved farm and move into Greensburg. No longer able be a farmer or mechanic, and having had to sell the farm, Albert was heartbroken. He passed away at his home on October 17, 2019.  Albert was not “just a farmer”. He was astonishingly smart, and could weld anything. He was an incredible mechanic and a caring neighbor. With his own crops waiting for him in the fields, he would stop what he was doing to fix another farmer’s combine, tractor or other equipment. He was a devoted father and husband. He literally worked his fingers to the bone for his family and his farm. He had a great sense of humor and could talk for hours with people he knew. He was an honest man. If he gave you his word, you could count on it. If he yelled at you, you were probably a salesman or telemarketer.  He is survived by his wife and children, Michelle J. (Fred) Miller, Kimberly M. (Michael) Shaw, Albert M. “Matthew” (Magnolia) Naderman, George A. (Courtney) Naderman, and Adam J. Naderman. He was so proud of his 11 grandchildren, and they all survive him. They include Jaden Matthew Miller, Justin Albert Miller, Sara Michelle Miller, Joshua Matthew Naderman, Cecilia Michelle Naderman, Albert Matthew Naderman Jr, Isaac Joseph Naderman, Carson Michael Shaw, Brady Dennis Shaw, Charley Joy Naderman and Carter Rose Naderman. He was proceeded in death by his parents, a sister, Anne Cardinal, and a brother, John Naderman. He was the best man we ever knew and we will miss him forever.   A rosary service will start at 3:30 pm on Tuesday, October 22nd followed by visitation until 8 pm at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home.  Visitation will also be held at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on Wednesday, October 23rd from 10-11 am followed by a Funeral Mass at 11:00 am with Rev. John Meyer officiating.  Burial will follow at Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery.  Online condolences can be made at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more