Amy Jurosko Egan
February 16, 1976 ~ June 17, 2009
Amy Jurosko Egan, 33, of Imperial, PA, formerly of Weirton, WV, died Wednesday June 17, 2009, at her home.
Amy was born in Weirton, WV to John "JJ" and Mary Dalessandri Jurosko on February 16, 1976.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert J. Egan, Jr.
Amy is survived by her parents, John "JJ" and Mary(Dalessandri) Jurosko of Weirton, WV; her four brothers, Brian Jurosko of Jewett, OH, Jeff Jurosko of Morganton, NC, Greg Jurosko of Carolina, WV, and Tim Jurosko of Goose Creek, SC; her two sisters, Cathy Cork of Morganton, NC, and Laura Hurst of Lumber Port, WV; her father and mother in law, Robert and Julia (Slaby) Egan of Robinson Township, PA; several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be 2-4 & 7-9 PM Thursday at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV, where funeral services will be held 11 AM Friday.
Rev. Brian Kilbert will preside.
Interment will follow at the Grandview Cemetery.
Memorial; contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society PO Box 2166 Weirton, WV 26062
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Although I never had the pleasure of meeting Amy, I knew her through the Egan family. My sincere sympathy to the Jurosko and Egan families and all who knew Amy. She was a wonderful woman and wife. I know she will be sadly missed. But, she is with Bobby now and their spirits will remain together forever.
My deepest sympathy to all who loved Amy and especially to her parents, who I did not know, and to her mother-in-law and sister-in-law (Karen Yanke), who I do know. Please know she is at peace.
Dear Mary and JJ, We are so sorry over the death of Amy. I can’t imagine your grief. She is no longer suffering. You did all you could do to help her. God bless you. Toni and Dave
Brian, Denise and family, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Amy will forever be your guardian angel watching over you. God Bless you in this time of sorrow.
I offer my sincere condolences to family and friends. Although I did not know Amy personally, I know of her courageous, loving and sensitive spirit through her loved ones. Amy’s courageous struggle with her illness is truly an inspiration, but it is not the only quality she possessed which should be remembered. Remember as well the joy with which she lived, her ability to revel in the wonder of the simple gifts the rest of us often take for granted, remember the love and friendship and warmth and support and laughter Amy brought to those many souls to whom she reached out in life. Celebrate Amy’s life by taking comfort in the certainty that those qualities that filled, and indeed overfilled, her heart, joy … warmth … love … friendship … support … laughter … those qualities unquestionably will live on, not only in her memory, but in your hearts. Never doubt that Amy is still reaching other souls.
I never met Amy but JJ always kept me informed as to how she was doing. My deepest sympathy I am so sorry to hear of Amys’ passing. She put up a great fight against her illness she was a very brave woman.
mr and mrs j, i am sorry that i couldn’t be down there in person during this time. amy was such a great friend and a strong person. i am sure you will never forget our late night karaoke sessions on your front porch along with all of our other antics… May God be with you during this time.
I am so sorry to hear that, We will all miss her dearly. We have known each other for a long time. Amy and I had some great times together. You all will be in my prayers. I am so sorry I cannot make the funeral on such a quick notice. Anthony wants to send his condolences also.
To the Jurosko Family, My condolences to you all on the passing of Amy. I’m sure she is in a better place now. I’m very sorry that I wasn’t able to make it down to the funeral home, but my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.
Please know we have thought about you and your family regarding dearest Amy for many years and your struggle to care for her throughout these many years. Our hearts are heavy. Our prayers are sincerely asking for healing to begin and that all the wonderful memories of Amy’s life be with you today and always to help strengthen your family. We send our sincerest condolences.
I am so very glad to have had Amy for a sister-in-law she had more strength than anyone I have ever known as her road was guiding her to heaven. She took such good care of my brother while he was ill and she was going thru her own illness at the same time. She made him so happy he loved her with all his heart. They were a match made in heaven and heaven is full of their loving hearts today. I will miss the two of them dearly but my heart is lighter knowing they are together and no longer in pain. Mary and Jim you are such loving parents and you did all that you could for Amy and your love and caring ways brought her more strength. You also took good care of my brother which meant so much to my family. To all of Amy’s family and friends we were all blessed to have Amy as a wonderful part of our lives.
To All of Amy’s Family, I never meant Amy, but I need to say I am so sorry for your loss and pain. Watching a parent grieve over a child and a sibling sadness is heartbreaking. I lost my little brother 7 months ago, and I understan your greif. My heart just breaks for all of Amy’s family. I am sorry for all the hurt that you will feel, may the thought of her in heaven with her husband and pain free bring comfort in your loss. I am so very sorry, may the Lord bring everyone comfort in your time of need
JJ and Mary my condolences to you and your family in this time of sorrow Amy was a wonderful person and it will be a loss for all that knew her . I regret not being able to attend her funeral service but my thoughts and prayers are with you all
Thoughts & prayers from my family to yours. Joey Klepack
Thoughts & prayers from my family to yours. Joey Klepack
Dear Mary and Family, We were so sorry to read about Amy and sorry we didn’t make it to the funeral home. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Would love to hear from you. Sandi and Bea 748-5280
aunt amy (: you were my favorite aunt in the world i remember when i was 12 i told mom i was moving in with you because you were cooler then her i miss you so much you have a beautiful nephew masein blake efaw he is almost 10 months old now you were my moms lil sister ur always in my thoughts n prayers i wish u were here to see masein he looks like one of us i need you more than ever right now aunt cathy is really sick n im scared i miss u aunt amy so much i wish u were here..idk how many people told me how much i look like u it brings tears to my eyes love always sis love you lots and mase does too