Lois Jean Carfagna, 80, of Weirton, died Tuesday, November 29, 2005 at the Weirton Geriatric Center. She was born February 11, 1925 in Weirton, a daughter of the late William T. Price and Elaine “Helen” (Raveaux) Price. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Elio Alfonzo Carfagna and one sister, Elizabeth Francis. Lois was a homemaker, a member of Cove Presbyterian Church and was very active in the American Cancer Society. Lois is survived by her son, Kim Carfagna and his wife Suzette of Weirton; two grandchildren, Evan William Carfagna and Kristin Nicole Morris; and three great grandchildren. Visitation will be Thursday from 2-4 and 6-8 PM at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, where funeral services will be held 11 AM Friday. Burial will follow at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Weirton. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Hancock County Unit, PO Box 2166, Weirton, WV 26062. Share tributes and memories with her family at www.grecohertnick.com.

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  1. Dear Kim and Suzie, We are so sad for your loss. Keep her memories alive in you and that will help. Know that your friends care about you and will keep you in our prayers

  2. Dear Kim and Sue, Sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Lo.She was a very special lady who will be greatly missed.Craig and I are in Chicago for his treatments and are sorry to say we will have to miss the funeral services.You will be in our thoughts and prayers . Restpectfully Bruce&Craig Costello

  3. KIM AND FAMILY, SORRY TO HEAR OF LOSS OF YOUR MOM. WHAT A WONDERFUL PERSON. SHE WAS ALWAYS SO KIND TO ME ESPECIALLY WHEN I HAD KIM IN SCHOOL AS STUDENT. I WILL ALWAYS TREASURE THAT TIME AND FUN WE HAD ON THE LAKE. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH ALL OF YOU. IF YOU EVER GET TO FLA PLEASE EMAIL ME AS I CAN GET U A GREAT RATE AT A BEACH RESORT. I STILL TEACH SWIMMING THERE. SINCERELY, JERRY HAMILL

  4. KIM AND FAMILY, SORRY TO HEAR OF THE LOSS OF YOUR MOM. WHAT A WONDERFUL PERSON SHE WAS. SHE WAS ESPECIALLY NICE WHEN I HAD KIM IN SCHOOL WILL ALWAYS TREASURE THOSE MOMENTS AND THE FUN WE HAD AT THE LAKE. SHE WAS SPECIAL. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH ALL OF YOU. IF YOU EVER GET TO FLA EMAIL ME . I WORK AT A HOTEL WHERE I CAN GET YOU A GREAT RATE . I AM STILL TEACHING SWIMMING. SINCERELY, JERRY HAMILL

  5. Kim and Sue – as you know, Lois was truly a special person to me. I will forever be grateful that she touched my life in so many extraordinary ways. I loved her so much. Kristin and Evan are blessed to call her Grandma; Luke, Lexi, and Anthony — to call her GG. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers as you say goodbye to such a special Mom. —Debby

  6. I’ll never forget the time that Lois and Al went out of their way on a trip to Florida to visit us at Jacksonville Beach just after Joe was born. They made a big fuss over him and made Myra and me feel as though we had accomplished something wonderful.

  7. Kim and family, My Mom Pauline Bradley and your Mom became fast friends at Serra Manor. They truly loved each other and my Mom was so sad when Lois moved to Steubenville. Right after my Mom passed away, 11/14/03 I had gone to the Geriatric Center to visit residents I had met whule I worked there for a short time, and your Mom saw me and wanted to talk about my Mom. She didn’t know she had passed away. We had a nice talk. Your Mom was always nice to me and to everyone she met. God Bless her and your family. Carol Hays

  8. Kim, My Sincere Condolences on the loss of your Mom…. I often think about all wonderful times we had skiing at Tappen Lake. Rick Bailey (God Rest his Soul) was always with us. Your parents did a “Great” job raising you and I am fortunate to have had you cross my path. May you Faith give you strength…May your character pay tribute to your Mom. John Cupp

  9. Kim and Sue, Sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. My mother died earlier this year and many said that she “lived a good life”, which she did, but losing your mother is really difficult. Hope all is well with the both of you. Bill

  10. Dear Kim and Sue, I was so sad to hear of your mom’s passing. Lois was a sweet and generous lady who never uttered an unkind word about anyone. She will be greatly missed by those who were blessed to know her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Cathy

  11. Kim, Sorry we did not see this in the newspaper until that evening, we wish to send you our deepest sorry for your loss. Roger Kirkpatrick Mark Olexick John Porco Vince Soplinski

  12. Kim, So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I was just asking my cousin, JoAnn Pelliccione, about her last week. I shall always remember all of the good times down at Lake Austin with your mom and dad, the Stolls, the Marantz’s, your little yellow boat, and your moms delicious “caramels”. It was great being a “kid” ! She will be in my prayers. Peppi

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