Joyce L. Cutright, 69, of Weirton, died Thursday, January 31, 2002, at her residence. She was born on November 2, 1932 in Mannington, WV, the daughter of the late Lucy McDougal. In addition to her mother, Joyce was preceded in death by her former husband, Gerald Cutright, on February 5, 1995. Joyce came to Weirton in 1967 and worked as a clerk at the M & B Market on Main Street in Weirton. She has been the owner and operator of the M&B Market since 1971. Joyce enjoyed being an active member of the Hancock County Animal Shelter and was very instrumental in the building of a new shelter. She was a member of the Weirton Women’s Club Art Department. Surviving include her three daughters, Carolyn Rogers-Shaw and her husband David, Brenda Keener, and Diana Griffith all of Charlotte, NC. She is also survived by her 6 grandchildren, Grady Keener, Ginger Neshat, Tiffany Schepens, Tracy Byers, Chris Garrett, all of Charlotte, NC, and Chad Rogers of Daytona, FL; three great grandchildren, Grady Carson Keener, Brittany Neshat, and Jordan Byers, all of Charlotte, NC. Visitation will be 7-9 PM Saturday and 1-3 and 7-9 Sunday at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, WV. Her funeral will be 10 AM Monday at the funeral home, with the Rev Raymond Draa, officiating Entombment will be in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Clarksburg, WV. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hancock County Animal Shelter. Obit/send condolences to the family at www.grecohertnick.com. Funeral Home: Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV US 26062

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  1. I would like to express my deepest sympathy to Joyce and her immediate family..especially to her extended family Connie and Benna and their family…I know how close they were and understand what a terrible loss this will be for them. I will make a donation to the animal shelter that Joyce supported so strongly – supporting my love for animals as well and a memorial in her name. Mary (Benna Millikens friend and co-worker)

  2. I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the family of Joyce. I knew Joyce through the grooming of her pets. She had a great love for her pets. I know Joyce will be remembered for the great deeds that she did for the community. Please except my condolences. Lynnette Gerace

  3. Our Love & Prayers are with the family and friends. brother-in-law and sister of Margie Penco.

  4. Our love and prayers to the family and friends. brother-in-law and sister of Margie Penco

  5. I am sorry to hear of Joyces passing. She was a kind woman I we have had the pleasure to have known for 30 yrs. She was our landlady when we got our first apartment after we were married back in 1971. She always had a moment to talk with us when we ran into her. We will always remember her as a kind lady, and we will miss her.

  6. Joyce was a wonderful woman who had a heart of gold. She touched the lives of many people in great ways. She will be remembered always with the deepest love.

  7. We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Joyce. She talked a lot about her family and really enjoyed traveling and visiting with them. She also enjoyed her travels with her dear friend, Connie Francis. We have been grooming her dogs for a few years and she had a great love for her animals. They were her children also, Keno, Misty and Penny. (They’ll miss their roast beef sandwiches) We will miss her small talk when she came to our shop. She will be remembered for a long time for her kindness and love for all. Amanda Bailey and Penny Lahr

  8. To the family of Joyce Cutright, Your Mom was a very special person. She gave so much and always made you feel welcomed. She is someone we will never forget.

  9. Joyce was a special person and will be greatly missed. Son-in-law and daughter of Margie Penco

  10. Our thoughts and prayers are with family and friends in this time of sorrow. Niece of Margie Penco and husband.

  11. TO THE FAMILY OF JOYCE. YOU HAVE MY DEEP SYMPATHIES. I KNEW YOUR MOTHER FOR A LONG TIME. I CAN REMEMBER HER WHEN SHE CAME TO WEIRTON BECAUSE I TOO USE TO WORK AT THE M AND B MARKET. I TAUGHT HER THE ROPE ON THE MAGAZINE. MR LURIE WAS OUR BOSS AT THAT TIME. SO YOU CAN SEE WE KNEW EACH OTHER A LONG TIME. SHE WAS A FINE LADY. I TRULY GOING TO MISS HER, LOVE JANET

  12. My name is Tiffany Schepens and I am Joyce’s granddaughter. My mother was her middle daughter Diana and she passed in 2016. I have seen many comments here from 2009 and after. Well after my grandmother’s passing. I am very grateful for the posts and memories, especially after all these years. I have shown them to my children, Brady (18) and Hailey Joyce (15) so they can see how much grandma was loved. It is a great comfort to us all that she impacted so many lives and our greatest wish is to be the kind of person she was…kind, fair, and compassionate. Thank you all for the continued memories!

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