Edwin Bartosh Death, Obituary – Yesterday evening, a person was hit by a motor vehicle in the northbound lanes of Interstate 55, near to mile marker 96. The accident took place on the northbound lanes of the highway. The pedestrian who was struck has been identified as Jim Allmon, according to the Sangamon County Coroner. Edwin Bartosh, who was 48 years old and from Springfield, was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision as a result of the injuries he incurred.

At this time, the Sangamon County Coroner’s Office and the Illinois State Police are continuing their inquiries into the circumstances surrounding the decedent’s passing in order to determine the cause of death. On Monday, we will conduct the autopsy that has been scheduled. His first job in the classroom was at the Beaver Falls School District, which is also where he began his career in education. Shortly after that, he was hired as a teacher in both junior high schools and senior high schools by the Ambridge Area School District, where he had been recruited shortly before.

After working in the position of Director of Guidance for a cumulative 35 years, he took his retirement in the year 1999. In addition to his roles as a union negotiator and representative, he also held memberships in the Knights of Columbus, the PSEA-NEA, the PASR, and the Beaver County Counselor’s Association. He was also a brother in the Knights of Columbus. In addition to that, he served as President of the Beaver County Coordinating Council for a period of time.

He acted as a teacher and a guide to a significant number of his former students, many of whom went on to become lifelong friends as a result of his influence. His love, trust, and faith in God were first nurtured at Saint Veronica Church/Good Samaritan Parish, and there they continued to grow and direct him for the rest of his life. He spent his entire life as a member of Saint Veronica Church/Good Samaritan Parish, which is the place where they were first nurtured. “Mr. B” is an avid cyclist who can be seen cruising around the Ambridge Area on his bicycle very frequently due to his enthusiasm for the sport.