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Novakovich hired at 84 Lumber |

Novakovich hired at 84 Lumber

| Saturday, October 5, 2002 12:00 a.m

J.R. Novakovich has been hired as a manager trainee at 84 Lumber.

Novakovich is a 1998 graduate of Monessen High School and a 2002 graduate of Washington and Jefferson College.

He is the son of James and Karen Novakovich of Monessen, and resides in the city.

Simon joins father at Howard Hanna

Tom Simon Jr. recently joined Howard Hanna Simon Real Estate Services as a real estate agent.

He is the son of Tom Simon, broker/owner of the company.

The new real estate agent is a 1998 graduate of Frazier High School, where he played football and baseball.

He graduated from Alan Kells School of Real Estate in 2002.

A native of the Banning Area, he now resides in West Newton with his father.

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