Avona, whom she married in 1941 and who died in 2002; her sister, Enis Canale; and her brothers, John and Orlando Chechitelli. He was a member of Bass Masters, loved fishing, and enjoyed playing horseshoes and cards, coaching basketball, deer hunting, sitting on the porch and watching hummingbirds. 10, 1923, in Struthers, to the late, Stephen Sam and Julia Weiss Krause. She was a South High School graduate and attended Mt. Miriam worked at the Moreman-Yerian Insurance Company, and then became a homemaker, lovingly raising two sons. She is survived by one son, Raymond (Jacalyn Danchise-Edie) Edie of Phoenix; three grandchildren, Stephen Edie, Christie-Anne Edie-Veras, and Angela Edie-Osborne; three stepgrandchildren, Jessica Dye, Pete Packard, and Francine Packard; and several great-grandchildren. The family asks, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Camp Fitch YMCA Metro Office (Patty), 17 North Champion St., Youngstown, OH 44503, or to a charity of your choice.
He was an avid lifelong Steelers fan and loved the Lord. Dorothy graduated from Youngstown South High School on Jan. Miriams hobbies included playing bridge and working crossword puzzles. Besides her parents and husband, Miriam was preceded in death by one son, James Edie (Freda Packard); and three sisters, Mildred Darr, Virginia Yerian, and Carolyn Moreman. Visit AUSTINTOWN There will be a memorial service at a later date for Virginia B.
He is survived by his wife, Judy Black; a daughter, Sarah (Kris) Athey of East Palestine; a step-son, Jason Parker; five daughters from his first wife, Joyce Wonner Pavlov, Jenelle (John) Spagnola of Poland, Melissa (David) Foster of New Middletown, Marjorie (Scott) Grimm of Cape Coral, Fla., Valarie Emanuel of New Middletown and Melinda (Sean) Maloney of Perrysburg. 28, 1943, and was employed as a salesperson for JC Penney. Coates on June 25, 1942, and they spent 46 years together before Jacks passing in 1988. Edie, 95, passed away peacefully at her home on Aug. Judy, 95, who died Thursday evening at Hospice House.
She had a great sense of humor, loved cooking Sunday dinners for her family, spending time with the grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and playing with her dog, Gizzy.
Eleanor enjoyed playing cards, and usually always won, and she also enjoyed dancing, listening to Italian music, crocheting, bingo and bowling.
Rose Church, the Tri-County Red Hatters and the Girard Multi-Generational Center, where she and her friends enjoyed spending time together.
Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, James V. at the Blackstone Funeral Home in Girard, where the family will receive relatives and friends from 10 a.m. Eleanor will be laid to rest at Girard City Cemetery next to her husband. Black, 69, of Windsor Way, passed away Thursday, Aug. He was a 1965 East Palestine High School graduate who worked as a long haul truck driver with R&L Transportation and was also a self-employed driver. Friends may call one hour prior to the time of the funeral service.
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Your departure date must be within 4 months after your arrival date.Hotels near Stambaugh Stadium 6 miles east Hotels near Covelli Centre 6 miles east Hotels near Youngstown State University 6 miles east Hotels near Southern Park Mall 8 miles SE Hotels near Youngstown Airport - YNG 12 miles NE Hotels near Penn State Shenango 16 miles NE Hotels near University of Mt Union 23 miles SW Hotels near Westminster College 23 miles east Hotels near Hiram College 24 miles NW Hotels near NEOMED - Northeast Ohio Medical University 25 miles west Hotels near Thiel College 29 miles NE Girard OH Hotels 4.8 miles NE Niles OH Hotels 5 miles north Youngstown OH Hotels 6 miles east Lordstown OH Hotels 7 miles NW Boardman OH Hotels 8 miles SE Warren OH Hotels 10 miles north Vienna OH Hotels 11 miles NE Newton Falls OH Hotels 12 miles NW Salem OH Hotels 15 miles south Columbiana OH Hotels 15 miles south Sharon PA Hotels 17 miles NE Austintown Hotels, Motels, Lodging, and Accommodations Austintown, Ohio OH, USA © 2016 Hotel Guides.com, Inc. GIRARD Eleanor Avona, 93, passed away suddenly on Thursday, Aug. She leaves to cherish her memory, her son, James (Linda) Avona of Boardman; her daughter, Elizabeth Reiser, with whom she made her home; five grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. 19, 1947, a son of the late Vaughn Emile and Mildred Irene Crowl Black, and had been a lifelong resident of the area.She loved to walk on the beach and collect sea shells. She was a member of the Western Reserve United Methodist Church. The family moved to Ravenna when she was three-years-old. She worked many years ago at the Pyramid Rubber Co. She enjoyed reading, crocheting, traveling and entertaining her grandchildren.Her famous quote was, I had a good life and lived it the way I wanted. The most important aspect of her life was her family and friends; she loved them deeply along with her dog, Bailey. The family would like to send a special thank you to family and friends for all of the thoughts and prayers and to her caregivers for their compassion and the wonderful care given to Dorothy during this difficult time. She will be remembered for the enjoyment she found playing cards and she was a member of several card clubs. She is survived by her husband, Sidney Judy, whom she married on June 30, 1948; three sons, Robert (Jackie) Judy of Austintown, James (Barbara) Judy of Florida and Samuel (Mary Jo) Judy of Austintown; and one daughter, Pat (Walt) Harris of Florida.She leaves her two daughters, Gail Lynn Friedenberger and Marsha Rose Cohn, both of Boardman; son Joel (Michele) Cohn of Boardman; four grandchildren, Sarah L. Flowers are beautiful, however the family would like donations to be made to Hospice of the Valley, Hospice House, 9803 Sharrott Road, Poland, OH 44514. She also was an avid bowler and participated in numerous leagues, and she was an original member of the Austintown Pony Colt Bowling League. She also leaves numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.