lucille hinerman
Lucille C. Hinerman, 79 of Weirton, died Friday April 5, 2002, at the Weirton Medical Center, surrounded by family and friends. Lucille was born on January 17, 1923 in Weirton, WV, the daughter of the late Casey and Clara Wahl Jones. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Edwin J. Hinerman on March 6, 1996, Her sisters, Alice Burnetta, Mildred Salopek, Elizabeth McGrogan and Dorothy Crum; her brothers, Ralph, Frank, Edward and Earl Jones. She was a homemaker and a member of the Weirton Heights Memorial Baptist Church. Lucille is survived by her two sons, Raymond A. Hinerman and his wife Barbara, David E. Hinerman and his wife Toni all of Weirton; a brother, Richard Jones of Scio, OH; her four grandchildren, Heather Wallace, Dr. Rachel Hinerman, Dr. Raymond Hinerman, Jr. and Alissa DeSciscio; two step grandchildren, Michael Muscara and Monica Fuccy; three great grandchildren and four step great grandchildren. Her special friends, Jim Hilt and Mary Jurosko also survive her. A memorial service will be held 2 PM Sunday April 14, 2002 at the Weirton Heights Memorial Baptist Church. Rev Kregg F. Burris will preside. Memorial contributions may be made to the Weirton Heights Memorial Baptist Church Memorial Fund 121 Ivy Street Weirton, WV 26062 or to the Weirton Area Ambulance and Rescue Squad 1305 Pennsylvania Avenue Weirton, WV 26062 Obit/share thoughts with her family at Visitation: Blank US Funeral Home: Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV US 26062

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  1. I wish to extend my hearfelt prayers and sympathy on the loss of your dear mother. She and your father were wonderful neighbors to us. I shall miss her calling out from her porch, “Hi Father Stas!” every time I visited Weirton over the recent years. May she rest in peace.

  2. Dear Dave & Toni,We were sorry to hear about your mom. You have our symphony. Love Uncle Augie & Aunt Shirley Pinti

  3. Dear Dave & Toni,We were sorry to hear about your mom. You have our symphony. Love Uncle Augie & Aunt Shirley Pinti

  4. Our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your Mother, she was a beautiful lady, and we know you will miss her immensely. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. ray and dave and families, sorry to hear of your loss. my thoughts and prayers are with you all. sincerely, jerry hamill

  6. Barbara Condolences to you and to your family members. I read the paper everyday via the internet, and I saw the obit. for your mother-in-law. Take care. My thoughts and prayers go out to you. Respectfully, Clemmie Payton Frierson

  7. Our deepest sympathy to the Hinerman family. Sorry we could not be there in your time of sorrow. You are in our prayers. Tony & Ruth Licata

  8. Dave, Sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. All our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


  10. Dear Ray and Dave, So sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. Was a wonderful lady and always remember when I would see her how she always braged on my Mom’s home made bread and rolls. May God Grant you both the strength to get thru this time of sorrow and grief, just remember all the good times that you had with her. We are sending all our sympathy to you at this sorrowful time. God Bless You All. In sincere sympathy, The Charles Forster family

  11. Dave and Alissa, and family, I am so sorry for your loss, you are in my thoughts and prayers, God Bless You and be with you. Love Danita

  12. To “Lu’s” family and Jim Hilt It was with shock and dismay that I read “Lu” had died. My first contact with Lu was at Walmart, where I worked in the snack bar. It is where I came to know her, to respect her, to admire her, to love her. I saw the most understanding, compassion, humor, and pride in her family, and all the attributes that a person could possess. The sincere discussions and robust laughter she, Jim, and I had will be with me always. It is ironic that shortly before she passed I had thought about contacting her for lunch. How sorry I am that I didn’t. Believe me when I tell you she will be sadly missed, but remembered fondly. Sylvia

  13. I met Lucille when I was working in real estate. I helped sell her sister-in-laws house. We lost contac after that , but we soon found each other again when I was working at the Wal-Mart. She was a great lady. She was a very giving person with a great personality. She always had a way to make you smile and laugh. She loved and was very proud of all her family members. She had a zest for life that I envied. I no longer work at Wal-Mart but I know everyone who worked there and knew her, loved seeing her come into the store. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her, especially by me and my daughter Shauna.

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