David A. Yesko, Sr., age 90, of Goetsch Rd., Greene Twp., Greenville, passed away on Saturday evening, December 31, 2016 in his residence. 

Mr. Yesko was born in Sharon, PA on October 28, 1926 to John and Magdelina (Bassick) Yesko.  He served in the United States Army Military Police during the Korean Conflict. He was a member St. Margaret's Roman Catholic Church, Jamestown and was a member of American Legion Post #140. David was employed as a fabricator at Sharpsville Steele Fabrication for 50 years.

On December 29, 1952 David married the former Janice Glover, she survives. Also surviving are six sons, David Yesko, Jr. and his wife Bonnie of Bosque Farms, New Mexico, Dennis Yesko and his wife Heather of Jamestown, Pa., Mark Yesko and his wife Wendy of Greenville, Tim Yesko and his wife Nancy of Greenville, Philip Yesko and his wife Linda of Greenville, Brian Yesko and his wife Debbie of Greenville; nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Debra Yesko; an infant son, Alan Yesko; a grandson, Jason Yesko; three sisters, Margaret Yesko, Anna Yesko, and Rita Esmond; a brother, John Yesko.

Memorial contributions may be made to Greenville VFW, 54 Conneaut Lake Rd., Greenville, PA 16125 or Greenville American Legion, 278 Main St., Greenville, PA 16125.



  1. Louise Santoro Louise Santoro
    January 3, 2017    

    My deepest sympathy for the Yesko Family.

  2. Nancy Wilson Nancy Wilson
    January 3, 2017    

    I’m so sorry. I am keeping the family in my prayers.

  3. Bob and cyndy Dow Bob and cyndy Dow
    January 3, 2017    

    Dennis and Brian, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Prayers and thoughts for strength go out to you and your family during this difficult time. We will keep you in our prayers..

  4. Bill and Mary Jane Fay Bill and Mary Jane Fay
    January 3, 2017    

    We have a long history with the Yesko’s since we became neighbors in 1978. We were so sorry to learn of Mr. Yesko’s passing and will be thinking of the family in the days ahead.

  5. Norm R. Norm R.
    January 3, 2017    

    I am sorry to hear of loss, my prayers and thoughts for the family

  6. Steve Davenport Steve Davenport
    January 3, 2017    

    My deepest sympathy for the Yesko Family, I am sorry for your loss

  7. Kathy Garrett Kathy Garrett
    January 3, 2017    

    My deepest sympathy for the Yesko family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Hugs to you all.

  8. Mary Ann Monski Mary Ann Monski
    January 4, 2017    

    Prayers and strength being sent to the Yesko Family at this difficult time.

  9. victor snodgrass Januar4 4 2017 victor snodgrass Januar4 4 2017
    January 5, 2017    

    You have my deepest sympathy and even though I never met mr Yesco I had the honor of working with 3 of the sons.

  10. Jennifer Barger Jennifer Barger
    January 5, 2017    

    My deepest sympathy for the Yesko Family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless

  11. Rosemary Yesko Gregory Rosemary Yesko Gregory
    January 5, 2017    

    I am sorry to read of Dave’s passing. When I lived in Sharpsville, I would occasionally run into Dave and John in the bank on payday. They sure could make me laugh. I will miss all the stories about my dad, his brothers, and their cousins Davey and Little John, but I will never forget them. You have my deepest sympathy…Rest in Peace Cousin Dave…You will be missed.

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