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Angela Guglielmo

Mar 15, 1926 - Nov 13, 2023

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Weirton, WV

Angela Guglielmo, 97, of Weirton, WV passed away peacefully on Monday November 13, 2023. Born on March 15, 1926, in Belmonte Calabria, Italy, Angela was one of three daughters born to Francesco and Teresa Suriano Ianni. At the tender age of 11, Angela embarked on a journey to America alongside her mother and sister Alba to reunite with her father, Francesco, who had already established a life in the United States. This courageous move marked the beginning of a life filled with love, family, and ...Read More

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Ralph Perry Wyatt

Feb 27, 1927 - Mar 04, 2024

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Weirton, WV

Ralph Perry Wyatt, a dedicated and beloved member of the Weirton community, passed away on Monday, March 4, 2024, at the age of 97. Ralph was born on February 27, 1927, in Bessemer, Alabama, the son of the late Malcolm D. Wyatt and Mary E. Carreker Wyatt McWilliam. With a career spanning 38 1/2 years, Mr. Wyatt contributed significantly as a Weirtec mechanical supervisor for Weirton Steel. A man of faith, Ralph was a devoted member of the First Baptist Church of Weirton. He was also an active participant in various organizations, including the AF and AM Lodge 22 in New Cumberland, the Weirton Steel 25 Year Club, the Weirton Marina, Colliers Sportsman’s Club, American Legion Post 10, and VFW Post 2716. Notably, he served as the exalted ruler of the former BPOE 1801 from April 1, 1993, until March 31, 1994. Ralph’s commitment extended to the United States Navy, where he valiantly served during World War II. In addition to his parents, Ralph was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Martha Louise Guerin Wyatt November 2, 2012. Ralph is survived by his two daughters, Marguerite L. Davis and Patricia Ann Hvizdak. His legacy continues through his four grandchildren: Amber and Chad Thornburg, Denitra and Saleem Nizami, Lee Ann and Justin Porter, and John Hvizdak. Additionally, he leaves behind eight great-grandchildren. In the later years of his life, Ralph found joy and companionship in his life’s second journey with Elizabeth “Betty” Chappell, his second love. Together, they created countless memories that added richness to their lives. Visitation will be 9 AM until 11 AM Thursday at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home, where funeral services will be conducted at 11 AM. Interment will follow at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens with military services conducted by the United States Navy and the American Legion Post 10 as well as the AF & AM New Cumberland Lodge 22 will conduct the Masonic Services. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church Homewood Avenue Weirton, WV 26062. Share tributes at www.grecohertnick.com

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John B. DeMatteis

Died : Feb 26, 2024

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Weirton, WV

John B. DeMatteis of Weirton passed away peacefully in the early hours of Monday morning, February 26, at the Weirton Medical Center after a courageous battle with throat cancer. He was seventy-three years old. Our hearts are broken as we share the sad news of the passing of our beloved, Johnny “D.” Who was a loved father, grandfather, brother, uncle, friend, and life partner to Annette. Johnny graduated from Follansbee High School in 1968 and shortly after began his 25-plus year career with Weirton Steel until his retirement from Arcelor Mittal. He was a wonderfully kind and soft-spoken guy who was always willing to help anyone in need. During retirement he enjoyed golfing very much until he could no longer participate due to some back issues so after that he was very content just spending his time rooting on his favorite NFL team the Miami Dolphins of course. We will miss you more than words can describe rest in eternal peace sweet Johnny. In addition to his parents Johnny was preceded in death by his son, David DeMatteis. Left behind to cherish his memory are his life partner, Annette Harford and her children, Denny, and Amy. His sons John Paul and Michael A. DeMatteis of Weirton, granddaughter Meadow DeMatteis and a grandson. Johnny DeMatteis both of Weirton, brother Ray and sisters Fernanda and Mary Ann Atwell (William Reilly) a niece and numerous nephews and his best friend, Dennis. Friends can visit with John’s family on Friday, March 1, 2024, from 4 pm until the time of his 6 pm memorial service at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton. Pastor Larry Barkley will officiate. John’s request for cremation has been honored. He was cremated at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home Crematory. Send online condolences to www.grecohertnick.com.

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John B. DeMatteis

Died : Feb 26, 2024

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Weirton, WV

John B. DeMatteis of Weirton passed away peacefully in the early hours of Monday morning, February 26, at the Weirton Medical Center after a courageous battle with throat cancer. He was seventy-three years old. Our hearts are broken as we share the sad news of the passing of our beloved, Johnny “D.” Who was a loved father, grandfather, brother, uncle, friend, and life partner to Annette. Johnny graduated from Follansbee High School in 1968 and shortly after began his 25-plus year career with Weirton Steel until his retirement from Arcelor Mittal. He was a wonderfully kind and soft-spoken guy who was always willing to help anyone in need. During retirement he enjoyed golfing very much until he could no longer participate due to some back issues so after that he was very content just spending his time rooting on his favorite NFL team the Miami Dolphins of course. We will miss you more than words can describe rest in eternal peace sweet Johnny. In addition to his parents Johnny was preceded in death by his son, David DeMatteis. Left behind to cherish his memory are his life partner, Annette Harford and her children, Denny, and Amy. His sons John Paul and Michael A. DeMatteis of Weirton, granddaughter Meadow DeMatteis and a grandson. Johnny DeMatteis both of Weirton, brother Ray and sisters Fernanda Capaldi and Mary Ann Atwell (William Reilly) a niece and numerous nephews and his best friend, Dennis. Friends can visit with John’s family on Friday, March 1, 2024, from 4 pm until the time of his 6 pm memorial service at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton. Pastor Larry Barkley will officiate. John’s request for cremation has been honored. He will be cremated at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home Crematory. Send online condolences to www.grecohertnick.com.

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June Bodo

Oct 19, 1930 - Feb 24, 2024

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Weirton, WV

June Bodo Obituary June (Chappo) Bodo, 93, left this life peacefully to be with her Lord, Jesus on Sunday, February 24, 2024 surrounded by her family at Weirton Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born in Steubenville Ohio on October 19, 1930. She is the daughter of the late Tom and Sadie (Torok) Chappo. June was a 1948 graduate of Steubenville Big Red High School. Soon after she graduated, June went to work alongside her mother at Junedale‘s Meat Market on S. 4th St., from 1948 through 1951. June married the man of her dreams, Arthur Bodo on June 30, 1951. June’s first priority was to her loving husband, Arthur & her 5 children, they were her entire world. Followed by her love & devotional to God and Church. She was a member of Blessed Sacrament Church in Wintersville, Ohio. June had a passion for singing. As a child, she took voice & singing lessons. Later in life, she sang in her church choir for 39 years at Saint Pius the Tenth until it closed and later at Blessed Sacrament for an additional four years, until sadly; she lost her ability to sing after suffering a stroke. After their children were old enough to be on their own, June dipped her toe back in the workplace and went to work for the Carriage Inn Nursing Home as a Nurses Aide for a short period time. June was a huge Big Red fan & just as passionate about the Pittsburgh Pirates, Steelers & Penguins. June and Art’s home would later in life become known as the Christmas house on Lexington Drive. For decades they would hand make and display Christmas decorations where generations of families would come from miles around to view their lovely home. Some of these decorations are still being displayed & are part of the annual Nutcracker Village Festival in Steubenville, OH. June loved when spring arrived for she’d plant hundreds of flowers around her yard. She was the only woman we knew that didn’t mind getting her bare hands dirty with her diamond rings on. June had a heart of gold when it came to charities. Saying no wasn’t an option! She felt it was her christianly duty to help everyone. June was the family historian. Anything you needed to know, she had the answer. We already regret not writing everything down! If June knew you, she never forget your birthday, anniversary, or the day someone died. She sent cards to everyone! She kept Hallmark in business! She even called her children to remind them to send a card too! She never wanted anyone to be forgotten. Everyone was important to her! June loved to gamble. Her first taste of gambling was, of course in her beloved church. Her husband Arthur volunteered to help the church raise money. June helped too, by buying lots of bingo cards & never winning. Then, friends took her to a casino & she loved the lights & sounds. We never knew that casinos had a healing effect. June would have this ache or pain but once at the casino, you couldn’t keep up with her. She rarely won but, that didn’t matter; she wasn’t feeling any pain! June in addition to her parents, she proceeded in death by her granddaughter, Ashley Allyn Coleman, brother-in-law, Robert Lanham, brother-in-law, Albino Bodo, sister-in-law, Angeline Zucco and brother-in-law, Sylvio Zucco. June survived by her husband, Arthur Bodo, sister, Jeanette (Toots) Lanham of Williamsville NY, and her son, Arthur T (Kathy) Bodo of Steubenville, daughter, Sharon (Jim) Coleman of Myrtle Beach SC, son, Mark (Pam) Bodo of Huntersville NC, daughter, Leslie (Tony) Piergallini of Titusville FL, son, Brian Bodo (Jamie Maley) fiancé of Steubenville, ex daughter-in-law, Pam Cucarese Bodo of Steubenville, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, dear friends, and neighbors on Lexington Drive and Whitehall Place and devoted caregiver & friend Tammy Duchin. Visitation will be held Thursday, February 29 from 2-6 pm at the Mosti Funeral Home, Sunset Chapel, 4435 Sunset Blvd., Steubenville. A funeral liturgy with Mass at Blessed Sacrament Church will be held Friday, March 1 at 11:00am, Fr. Gossett will celebrate. Burial will follow in Mt Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memorial to, Prime Time Office on Aging, 740-314-5197, 300 Lovers Lane, Steubenville, OH 43953. Offer condolences, www.mostifuneralhome.com Read More

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June Bodo

Oct 19, 1930 - Feb 24, 2024

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Weirton, WV

June Bodo Obituary June (Chappo) Bodo, 93, left this life peacefully to be with her Lord, Jesus on Sunday, February 24, 2024 surrounded by her family at Weirton Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born in Steubenville Ohio on October 19, 1930. She is the daughter of the late Tom and Sadie (Torok) Chappo. June was a 1948 graduate of Steubenville Big Red High School. Soon after she graduated, June went to work alongside her mother at Junedale‘s Meat Market on S. 4th St., from 1948 through 1951. June married the man of her dreams, Arthur Bodo on June 30, 1951. June’s first priority was to her loving husband, Arthur & her 5 children, they were her entire world. Followed by her love & devotional to God and Church. She was a member of Blessed Sacrament Church in Wintersville, Ohio. June had a passion for singing. As a child, she took voice & singing lessons. Later in life, she sang in her church choir for 39 years at Saint Pius the Tenth until it closed and later at Blessed Sacrament for an additional four years, until sadly; she lost her ability to sing after suffering a stroke. After their children were old enough to be on their own, June dipped her toe back in the workplace and went to work for the Carriage Inn Nursing Home as a Nurses Aide for a short period time. June was a huge Big Red fan & just as passionate about the Pittsburgh Pirates, Steelers & Penguins. June and Art’s home would later in life become known as the Christmas house on Lexington Drive. For decades they would hand make and display Christmas decorations where generations of families would come from miles around to view their lovely home. Some of these decorations are still being displayed & are part of the annual Nutcracker Village Festival in Steubenville, OH. June loved when spring arrived for she’d plant hundreds of flowers around her yard. She was the only woman we knew that didn’t mind getting her bare hands dirty with her diamond rings on. June had a heart of gold when it came to charities. Saying no wasn’t an option! She felt it was her christianly duty to help everyone. June was the family historian. Anything you needed to know, she had the answer. We already regret not writing everything down! If June knew you, she never forget your birthday, anniversary, or the day someone died. She sent cards to everyone! She kept Hallmark in business! She even called her children to remind them to send a card too! She never wanted anyone to be forgotten. Everyone was important to her! June loved to gamble. Her first taste of gambling was, of course in her beloved church. Her husband Arthur volunteered to help the church raise money. June helped too, by buying lots of bingo cards & never winning. Then, friends took her to a casino & she loved the lights & sounds. We never knew that casinos had a healing effect. June would have this ache or pain but once at the casino, you couldn’t keep up with her. She rarely won but, that didn’t matter; she wasn’t feeling any pain! June in addition to her parents, she proceeded in death by her granddaughter, Ashley Allyn Coleman, brother-in-law, Robert Lanham, brother-in-law, Albino Bodo, sister-in-law, Angeline Zucco and brother-in-law, Sylvio Zucco. June survived by her husband, Arthur Bodo, sister, Jeanette (Toots) Lanham of Williamsville NY, and her son, Arthur T (Kathy) Bodo of Steubenville, daughter, Sharon (Jim) Coleman of Myrtle Beach SC, son, Mark (Pam) Bodo of Huntersville NC, daughter, Leslie (Tony) Piergallini of Titusville FL, son, Brian Bodo (Jamie Maley) fiancé of Steubenville, ex daughter-in-law, Pam Cucarese Bodo of Steubenville, numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, dear friends, and neighbors on Lexington Drive and Whitehall Place and devoted caregiver & friend Tammy Duchin. Visitation will be held Thursday, February 29 from 2-6 pm at the Mosti Funeral Home, Sunset Chapel, 4435 Sunset Blvd., Steubenville. A funeral liturgy with Mass at Blessed Sacrament Church will be held Friday, March 1 at 11:00am, Fr. Gossett will celebrate. Burial will follow in Mt Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memorial to, Prime Time Office on Aging, 740-314-5197, 300 Lovers Lane, Steubenville, OH 43953. Offer condolences, www.mostifuneralhome.com Read More

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Gary Ermon Conley, Sr.

Dec 07, 1946 - Feb 20, 2024

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Weirton, WV

Gary Ermon Conley, Sr., 77 of Colliers, WV affectionately referred to as “Pops” passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, with his family by his side at Weirton Medical Center.Gary was born on December 7, 1946, in Steubenville, OH, a son of the late Kenneth E. and Flossie (Leasure) Conley; In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by two siblings, Kenneth, Jr. and Elinda Conley.Gary was the owner operator of G&L Trucking and did construction for many years. He was formerly a pastor at the Elkton Church of God in Elkton, VA. Gary was a member of Promise of Victory Church of God in Weirton, WV. He loved to ride motorcycles and work outside. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, eating and especially having ice cold Dr. Pepper. Most of all he loved spending one on one time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.He is survived by his beloved wife whom he married on April 6, 1983, Alesia (Dean) Conley at home; four children, Gary Ermon (Stacey) Conley, Jr., Philip Ausby (Danielle) Conley both of Wellsburg, WV, , Kristen Clarice Conley of Follansbee, WV, Charity Faith (Israel) Smith of Colliers, WV; six grandchildren, Ava Paige, Allison Claire, Levi Ausby, Evan Wilson, and Jane Clarice Conley, Ezra Rhein Smith; four brothers, Harvey (Paulette) Conley, Allen Conley, Marshall Conley all of Colliers, WV, Raymond Conley of Stafford, VA; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.A private visitation and funeral service was held at Mullenbach Funeral Home 669 Main St. Follansbee, WV 26037.Gary was layed to rest at Franklin Cemetery in Wellsburg, WV.Condolences may be sent to: www.mullenbachfh.com

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Eric Joseph Stroud Sr.

Aug 02, 1965 - Feb 18, 2024

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Weirton, WV

Eric Joseph Stroud Sr., 58, of Burgettstown, PA, passed away on February 18, 2024 at Weirton Medical Center. He was born on August 2, 1965 to the late Donald Max Stroud and surviving mother Edna Stephanie (Yarosz) Stroud. He was also preceded in death by two brothers Teddy Stroud and Max Stroud. He leave behind to cherish his memory the mother of his children Tina Weigner, three children Eric Stroud Jr., of Follansbee, Levi Stroud of Burgettstown, and Chanci Stroud (Jacob Gardner) of Mingo Jct., four grandchildren Dakorah, Jameson, Wheilyn, Zachary, five siblings Larry (Patty) Stroud of Paris, PA, Richard (Cheryl) Stroud of Paris, PA, Patty (John) Miloch of Murdoxville, PA, Debbie McClaskey of Baltimore , Samuel Stroud of Kentucky, and sister in law Glenda Stroud. Eric worked for Iannetti's Garden Center, he loved to cut grass, was a part time Mechanic, fished if there was time, and went to the Victory Lounge. Friends will be received at the Schuetz Funeral Home 235 Clifton Ave Mingo Jct., OH on Sunday February 25, from 4- 8 pm with services at 6 pm with Rev. Jim Monogioudis officiating. To leave a condolence visit www.schuetzfuneralhome.com

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Lena Loretta Cochrun

Jul 30, 1942 - Feb 20, 2024

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Weirton, WV

Lena Loretta Cochrun, 81, of Wintersville, OH passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at Weirton Medical Center. She was born in Columbus, OH on July 30, 1942, the daughter of the late Roy H. and Frances Roush Miller. She retired from the former Kaufmanns-Macys at the Fort Steuben Mall as the Lancôme Business Manager. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her first husband Donald E. Flinn and second husband Robert Cochrun. Loretta is survived by her children Tamila (Brian) Argabrite, Donald J. (Nana) Flinn and Roger Flinn; brothers Jeffrey and Skip Miller; sister Claudia Hadley; grandchildren Robert Norman, Tamra Meto, John Norman, Michael Flinn, Kelly Flinn and Megan Flinn; 11 Great Grandchildren and 1 Great Great Grandchild. Friends may call on Sunday, February 25th from 2-5p.m. at Dunlope-Shorac Funeral Home, 215 Fernwood Rd., Wintersville, OH. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude’s Hospital or Jefferson County Humane Society To to the family or in memory of Lena Loretta Cochrun, please

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Christopher Glenn Dorman

Jul 29, 1970 - Feb 19, 2024

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Weirton, WV

It is with profound sadness that we announce God called Christopher Glenn Dorman, 53 of Follansbee, WV, home suddenly on Monday, February 19, 2024 at Weirton Medical Center. Christopher was born on July 29, 1970 in Jacksonville, FL. He was the son of the late Ron and Sandra Jo (Blair) Purvis. Christopher worked as a HVAC technician/ Maintenance Specialist for over 20 years. Many will remember Christopher as a loving and devoted husband, nothing brought him more joy than the time spent with his wife. He had a knack for making family and friends feel loved and valued, a testament to his generous spirit and loving nature. He also enjoyed riding his Harley and being gun enthusiast Christopher is survived by his wife of 23 years, Michelle (Cecelones) Dorman of Follansbee, WV, two children, John C. Dorman and his wife, Michelle of Japan and Kendel Dorman of Arkansas, a granddaughter, Johanna Dorman, two brothers, William Dorman and Michael Dorman and his wife, Kay, a father-in-law and mother-in-law, Gary and Linda (Warman) Cecelones of Follansbee, WV, a sister-in-law, Paula Morrison and her husband, Gregory, a niece, Karlee Hanchin and her husband, Jordan, great niece and great nephew, Vivian and Cole Hanchin, and numerous uncles, aunts, cousins and close friends. Christopher is gone from us but will never leave our hearts. He will be forever missed! Family and friends will be received on Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 11:00 AM until time of Funeral Service at 2:00 PM at the James Funeral Home, Follansbee, WV (304)527-1717 with Reverend Debra Dague, officiating. Interment will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery, Follansbee, WV. Please add or view condolences, photos and stories at www.chambersandjames.com

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Samuel R. Morris

Jan 01, 1950 - Feb 19, 2024

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Weirton, WV

Samuel R. "Sam" Morris, 74, of Mingo Jct., OH passed away on February 19, 2024 at Weirton Medical Center. He was born on January 1, 1950 to the late Abraham and Ruth (Heater) Morris. He is also preceded in death by siblings John, Joseph, Abraham G. Jr., Thomas, brother in law Bob McCartney, and three infant sons, and sisters Evelyn G. Higgins, and Sarah Lowe. Sam was proud to be one of the builders/creators of the steelworker statue in downtown Steubenville, he was a Navy Veteran and retired from Center Foundry in Wheeling, WV. He leaves behind his wife Diane (Kaczmarek) Morris of 48 years, four children Vanessa (Roy Moorehead) Moore of Mingo Jct., OH Melissa (Sean Kerr) Blanchard of Brilliant, Samuel Jr. (Stephanie) Morris of Erie, PA, and Eric Morris of St. Clairsville, eight grandchildren Kirsten (Steven Green) Moore of Martins Ferry, Savannah Moore of Toronto, Isaiha Morris of Mingo Jct., Abigail Morris of Brilliant, Braden Montroy-Morris , Alyssa Morris and Sammy Morris all of Erie, PA, Emily Morris of Mingo Jct. who resided in the home and who was raised by her moma and pappy, dog-Bear, cat- Ziggy, two sisters Alice (Butch) Watson of Wallace, WV, Dorothy McCartney of Lumberport, WV, and one one brother James Morris of Wallace, WV. He also leaves behind his second family Ray and Sarah Cooper's children and extended family. Friends will be received at Rosemont Chapel 23 Williams BLVD, Steubenville, OH 43953 on Friday February 23, from 1 pm until time of service at 5 pm with Pastor Ray Cooper Jr. officiating. In Lieu of Flowers Donations to the family. To leave a condolence visit www.schuetzfuneralhome.com

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