ann majoris
Ann Louise Majoris of Weirton, a loving wife mother and grandmother, passed away Tuesday, April 21, 2020, after a lengthy illness. She was 100 years old. Ann was born on December 28, 1919,in Windber, PA, to George and Suzanne Kecskovsky Golish . Mrs. Majoris was a homemaker, a member of St. Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church and the St. Joseph Holy Rosary. Ann will be remembered for her great love of God, her love and devotion to family, relatives, and friends. A woman of prayer, she spent countless hours praying for the needs of others. She delighted in making others happy, providing guidance, sharing wisdom, and cooking her delicious meals. In addition to her parents, Ann was preceded in death by her husband Michael Majoris in 1997, brothers Andrew, George, and John Golish and sisters Mary Ann Hazy and Elizabeth Rakoczy. Ann will be remembered with love by her son, James Majoris, daughters Carol (David) Bradley, Barbara (Ronald) Hoenig, and Michele Krnaich all of Weirton; grandchildren Michael Hoenig, Robert (Katherine) Hoenig, Mark (Brandy) Bradley, Jeff (Carol) Bradley, Laura (Rodney) Boniti, Melissa (David) Karas, Michael Majoris, and Ashley Krnaich; great-grandchildren Zachary, Peter, Jenna Ann Hoenig, Jonathan (Ashlee) Llewellyn, Corey Bradley, Rachel Boniti, Megan Boniti, Lauren Karas, Emilee Karas, Isaac Majoris, and Martina Majoris and great-great- grandchildren Nevaeh and Madalyn Llewellyn. Private visitation and funeral will be held Friday at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, WV. Entombment will follow at Saint Paul’s Cemetery Mausoleum. Share written or video tributes or send a Hug from Home balloon via the Greco Hertnick Website by noon on Friday. In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution may be made to St. Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church, 224 California Avenue, Weirton, WV 26062.

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  1. Jimmy, Barbara, Carol & Michelle: My deepest sympathy of the passing of your mom. Ann was a very kind and loving person and I considered her my Sister. Throughout the years we shared many happy memories and I am going to Miss them deeply. We were always there for each other to share our “ ups and downs “ and they always ended with a trip to the ice cream parlor . My dearest sister Ann , I will treasure our memories forever! So may God keep you in his loving care until we see each other again . Mary Majoris

  2. To all of Anne’s family, My deepest sympathy go out to all of you. Anne was a wonderful lady, neighbor and a great friend to my Mom Alberta Guzzetta. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Love to you from the Guzzetta Family from Wilkins Ave. Joe, Matt, Jim and Joann

  3. Dear Carol, Dave and family, We are saddened to hear of the earthly passing of your beloved mother. She was a true woman of God. May your memories of a wonderful mother and grandmother comfort you. With love, Susan and Grant

  4. Grandma Majoris was a wonderful women! The room seemed brighter and warmer with her in it. She will be missed dearly. Her advice, insight, and kindness has made us all better people. Heaven has gained an Angel! She is with Jesus now! With deepest sympathy, we say Goodbye. Love, Steve and Jody Zdinak

  5. Aunt Anna will always be remembered as a kind, caring, understanding religious person. I especially remember all the snacks she would make for me and her son Jimmy after a game of baseball or basketball. I never heard her raise her voice in anger nor say anything negative about anyone. Prayers for her and her family. Nephew Ray and Joyce Delasko

  6. Aunt Anne, Your smiling face will live forever in our hearts ! So many memories from childhood days….. My love and prayers to my dear cousins!

  7. To all of Ann’s family: deepest sympathies and prayers go out to all of you. I met Ann at church, and was saddened to hear of her passing. She was always dear and kind, and she had a direct connection to God with her prayers that she offered for all of us. She’s still praying for us, only now she’s praying from a different place. May God rest her soul in peace. Colleen Mindzak

  8. I mourn with you in the death of my dear friend Ann. She was a joy to know and a shining example of Christ’s love. We laughed, prayed , and shared memories together. I will miss her but now she is home with the Savior that she loved. Minnie Fox

  9. You are in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve. God bless you and keep you close in your time of sadness and loss. Love, David and Deborah Norman

  10. To Ann’s Family: We were deeply saddened to learn of Ann’s passing. She was such a beautiful person and Dana and I have such wonderful memories of the times we shared with her, Michelle and Ashley. She was always smiling and so very welcoming, and we will truly miss her great sense of humor. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Kathy, Michael and Dana Ballato

  11. DEAR Jim, Carol and Barbara, You and all the family have our deepest sympathy at this very difficult time. We go back along ways and our prayers are with all of you.

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