Tributes published on March 20
at Christ Our Savior St. Nicholas Church, both in Struthers, for Mary Lou Massaro, 77, who died Saturday.
She was an office manager and worked in accounting at the Penn Ohio Plaza Trucking. She was a member of Christ Our Savior St. Nicholas Church and the church Altar and Rosary Society. She was an avid bowler and bocce player, member of the 600 Club, and a member of the Golden Girls Class of Mary Lou leaves one brother, Donald Joseph Massaro Sr. of Struthers; two sisters, one with whom she made her home, Rose Marie Massaro of Struthers and Gloria Tiller of Illinois; and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, David G. Massaro Jr. the II and Vincent A. Massaro.
In lieu wholesale jerseys of flowers, the family requests that material contributions be made to the Christ Our Savior St.
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ANNA MARGARET ELIAS STRUTHERS Anna Margaret Elias, 89, died Saturday evening, March 16, at her home in Struthers.
Anna, affectionately known as Amy, was born May 16, 1923, in East Palestine, a daughter of Robert and Jessie McKee Young. She came to Struthers as a young child and resided in Struthers her entire life. She served for two years in Bethesda, Md.
Amy was a homemaker and also worked as a Kindergarten Tutor for the Struthers School System.
She was a member of the Struthers VFW Post No. 3538 Ladies Auxiliary, Struthers Eagles Ladies Auxiliary, the Democratic Women Party, the Struthers Band Boosters, where she served as a band counselor at the Toronto, Ohio, Band Camp for many years. She was a member of the Red Hats Society of Poland and the Struthers Couples Club.
Amy was a member and Deacon of the Struthers Presbyterian Church, now known as the Struthers Parkside Church.
Amy was the Matriarch of the family. She never forgot a birthday, an anniversary, or accomplishment, and family looked forward to her greetings cards acknowledging those events. Every family celebration, dinner, and holiday were at Amy and Emil home. Amy hospitality was extended not only to family, but to all her friends. Amy even invited the on call police officers and firemen to share breakfast at her table on the holidays.
She was known for her famous potato salad, homemade chop suey and throwing great parties at least once a month for family and friends. Even the neighborhood children knew to visit Amy for an ice cold drink after playing hard at Mauthe Park.
Amy enjoyed life and lived life to the fullest. Her family and friends will always cherish the wonderful memories of life with Amy and Emil.
Her husband of 55 years, Emil Elias, whom she married March 2, 1946, died May 28, 2001. and John (Terry) Elias of Mineral Ridge; one sister, Beverly (Ken) Lunn of The Villages, Fla.; nine grandchildren, Dan, Mike, Tom, Shane, Josh, Brianne, Amanda, Andrew, and Ashley: and 13 great grandchildren, Rachel, Daniel, Sarah, Megan, Michael, Jordan, Jonathon, Brandon, Cole, Sophia, Juliana, Alivia, and Aiden.
Besides her parents and husband, Amy was preceded in death by her brother, James Young. at the Davidson Becker Funeral Home, Struthers, with Pastor James Berkebile officiating. Interment will follow at the Lake Park Cemetery. at the funeral home.
Contributions may be made to Struthers Parkside Church. Please cheap jerseys make checks payable to SPC, 110 Poland Ave., Struthers, OH 44471.
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JESSE BERNARD PROPRI JR HOUSTON Jesse Bernard Propri Jr., 77, of Houston, passed away Monday, March 18, 2013, at Brookshire Nursing Home.