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Private Justice J.I. Orfield

Private Justice J.I. Orfield Obituary

Pvt. Justice J.I. Orfield, 18, of Rock Glen passed away Friday at his home.

Born in Hazleton, he was the son of Amie Vosburg, Rock Glen, and Matthew James Sipler, Drifton.

He was an active solider in the U.S. Army Reserves in the 233rd Battalion as an engineer. He loved and was a proud to fight for his country, just like his forefathers in the American Revolution, World War II, Vietnam and the Korean War.

Justice loved playing sports. There wasn't a sport he didn't enjoy. He was an avid wrestling and weightlifter. He won several medals during his career. He had placed first and second in state for both sports. He helped lead the Valley View Cougars in an undefeated season to win the championship. In his spare time he loved golfing and helping coach his younger brother's wrestling team.

Justice was very political and talked about running for president in 2040. He wanted to become the youngest president ever elected.

Preceding him in death was his maternal uncle, Dakota Jadush.

Surviving, in addition to his parents, are brothers, Jeremiah Orfield and Eddy Munoz; sisters, Annaleigh Munoz and Sirlena Orfield; maternal grandparents, Philip and Julia (Orfield) Jadush; aunt, Christina Orfield; and uncle, Philip Jadush lV.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, a walkthrough viewing with NO MASK, NO ENTRY, will be held Saturday from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at McNulty Funeral Home, 494 E. Butler Drive, Freeland.

Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery, Drums. Military honors will be accorded graveside.

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