A FRIEND IS GONE
Many people have been following the events concerning JTR Enterprises and its ongoing legal battles and have no doubt heard of the tragic death of Jay Miscovich. According to reports in the news, last Tuesday Jay took his own life.
Those of us who knew him best are deeply saddened and are struggling with what’s happened. We’ve all had to deal with the death of someone close to us at some point in our lives, but for someone to die this way is especially traumatic for the family and friends left behind.
I had the pleasure of meeting Jay many years ago when I first got started in the treasure hunting business; Jay was always there to lend a hand if he could and we shared many adventures along the way.
There are good guys and bad guys in this world; Jay was truly one of the good guys and he will be greatly missed.
Friday November 8th there will be a visitation at the Frederick Funeral Home in Latrobe, PA. At this time we believe the times will be from 2-4 and 7-9.
Frederick Funeral Home, Inc.
1543 Ligonier Street
Latrobe, Pennsylvania 15650
Phone: (724) 537-7766
G. Joseph Frederick
On Saturday November 9th there will be a Mass service at the Holy Family Church at 10AM. It’s possible that this time might change and we will let everyone know if this happens.
For those of you who wish to send condolences to his family you can send email to;
Many people have asked me a simple question this week; “Why would he do it?” It’s a question I keep asking myself; I wish I knew the answer. I think it’s something we’ll never know or understand. We can only hope that he’s now found the peace that he was denied in life.
Fair winds and smooth seas my friend!
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