Helen C. Krivak
April 10, 1908 ~ September 19, 2006
Helen C. Krivak, 98, of Weirton, passed away Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at the Lancia Villa Royale in Steubenville, OH. Born April 10, 1908 in Arcadia, PA, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Bednar Fialko. Helen was also preceded in death by her husband John on July 29, 1967, sister Catherine and brother Andrew.
Helen was a homemaker, a member of St. Paul Roman Catholic Church and the Christian Mothers.
Helen’s survivors include her sons Joseph J. Krivak and his wife Jean of Bowie, Maryland and Thomas G. Krivak and his wife Joyce of Harrison City, PA; daughters Kathleen Naret of Weirton and Virginia Stevenson and her husband Earl of Uniontown, PA; grandchildren Ed Krivak, John Krivak, Jeff Krivak, Sandy Krivak Fowler, Thomas Krivak, Katherine Krivak Jenkins, Christopher Stevenson, Justin Stevenson, Patrick Stevenson, Timothy Naret, Joseph Naret, Karen Schweizer and great-grandchildren Victoria, Courtney, Thomas, Mya Brooke, Caelen, Maia, Paul, Ross and Savanna.
Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be celebrated 11:00AM Friday, September 22, 2006 at Our Lady Queen of Angels Roman Catholic Church in Central City, PA. Interment will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery in Central City, PA.
Please consider a contribution in memory of Helen to St. Paul Roman Catholic Church, 140 Walnut Street, Weirton, WV 26062 or Alzheimers Association, 1323 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.
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Joe and Jeannie, Sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Sincerely, Jerry Hamill
The Krivak family: Please accept our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved mother. May she now rest in peace with the Lord. Our love, John and Irene Grossi
An earthly Saint has now gone to Heaven! When I was a newly ordained priest at St. Paul’s in Weirton, Helen and her gal pals from Freedom Place would be the first to be at the front doors waiting to walk down to the daily Chapel. I’ll never forget the morning when Helen was making her way down the ramp when I said to her: “Helen, you’re so holy!” Without missing a beat she was all smiles and simply said, “Thank you.” That day I met someone with true humility, a woman who took a compliment — whether or not she believed it — and graciously received it as a gift. It was always a joy to be with her over my three years at the parish. And, it was my recent added pleasure to bump into Mrs. Naret at Shop-n-Save back in April, to catch up on her son, Joe, my schoolmate and her mother. May Helen enjoy her husband again after all these years and may you all know of my prayers for you all! In Christ Jesus, Stan Tuchalski
Mr. and Mrs. Krivak, Ed, John, and Jeff, Sorry to hear about your loss. You are all in our prayers. Bill and Mary McCune