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Agnes Grezdacho

October 16, 2012
Weirton Daily Times

GREZDACHO, Agnes Turnbull Williams, 93, of Mingo Junction, OH, went to the arms of her Lord on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at Trinity West.

She was surrounded by her loving family. She was born January 8, 1919, in Mingo Junction, OH, a daughter of the late Robert and Cassie Peeler Turnbull.

Agnes has been a lifelong Presbyterian, baptized at Potter Memorial Presbyterian Church in Mingo Junction.

Agnes's first employment was at the Mill Restaurant in Mingo Junction. She quit High School in her senior year to become the bread winner for her mom, brothers and sisters when her dad died. She also worked at the Mingo Taxi Office for John Timcho after she was widowed twice. Agnes worked as a practical nurse at Mary Grossclose's nursing home in Pleasant Hill. She also worked as a matron at Indian Creek School and her last employment was at Aunt Weezie's Restaurant in Mingo Junction.

Agnes was preceded in death by her 1st husband Godfrey P. Williams; 2nd husband, John A. Grezdacho; son, Ernest E. Williams; two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Marker and Miss Margaret Turnbull and two brothers, Robert and Arthur Turnbull.

Surviving loved ones celebrating Agnes's life are her son, Leonard and Judith (Koontz) Williams of Bellevue, NE; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Simmons of Wintersville, OH and Miss Emily Williams of Mingo Junction, OH; brother, George Turnbull of Indianapolis, IN; four grandchildren, Michael L. (Gina Schaecher) Williams of Purcellville, VA, Albert (Kristina Williams) Bies of Bellevue, NE, D. Michael (Rhonda) Quinn of Mingo Junction, OH and R. Matthew Stromeyer of Colliers, WV and four great grandchildren, Jordan Michael Quinn of Toronto, OH, Albert Trey and Anissa Bies of Bellevue, NE and Ciera Hoover of Minerva, OH.

Friends may call at Hoff Shorac Funeral Home, Mingo Junction on Wednesday 36 p.m. where a service will be held Thursday 10 a.m. with Rev. Leonard Peeler officiating. Burial at Oakland Cemetery.

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