anna selip
Anna Selip, 82, of Weirton died Tuesday December 30, 2003, at the Weirton Medical Center. She was born on October 23, 1921, in McDonald, PA, the daughter of the late Michael Lutz and Mary Lesko Lutz Aftanas. Anna was also preceded in death by her step father, Joe Aftanas, her husband John Selip, on December 28, 1994; an infant brother; a grandson, Benjamin Selip on May 31, 1988. Anna was a homemaker. She also worked as a floor lady, in the Tin Mill of Weirton Steel during World War II. Anna was a member of Saint Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church, Saint Mary’s Altar Society, Catholic Daughters of America, Four Seasons. She also was a past officer of the Moose Lodge 688. Anna is survived by her two sons, Greg and Debbie (Marino) Selip of Copley, OH, and Alan and Janet (Rendulich) Selip of Weirton; her three sisters, Mrs. Vincent (Sophie) DeAngelo, Mrs. William (Helen) Burchill, and Mrs. Thomas (Delores) Azzarello all of Weirton; her four grandchildren, Danielle,Vince, Alex, and Nathan Selip; many nieces and nephews, and many friends. Visitation will be 2-4 & 6-9 PM Thursday at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV Parastas services will be held 6 PM Thursday in the funeral home. Blessing services will be held 10 AM Friday in the funeral home Funeral Liturgy will be 10 30 AM Friday at Saint Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church. Interment will be follow in Saint Paul Cemetery, Weirton Share tributes with her family at Funeral Home: Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV US 26062

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  1. Our prayers are with the family, on the loss of your mother, mother in law, and grandmother. She was a sweet lady, and very kind to all she came in contact with. We are cousins. From your Dad’s side of the family. God Bless you all. She is with God now.

  2. Our deepest sympathies to the Anna Selip Family. She has been missed in the neighborhood.

  3. We are deeply sadden to learn of Anna’s passing. She and John were neighbors of our brother and late sister-in-law for many years. They were both great people. Every Christmas Ann would send over a big plate of Christmas cookies. They were always delicious, and everyone knows no one could make lady locks like Ann. Rest in Peace, Ann, we will miss you. Bertha, Martha, Adam Simich

  4. The neighborhood will not be the same. Loosing Anna and Virginia (her friend and neighbor) so close together has been very sad for all the great friends that she made on Weircrest. I loved her roses sticking through her fence so that I could enjoy them. Rest in Peace Anna and just know that you touched alot of people down here and we will miss you deeply. Love, Diane, Joe, Paige, Joseph and Kylie and of course Butch (the dog) will miss you too.

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