Marian K. Gould, 99, of Weirton, WV, died Monday December 10, 2007, at the Inn at Wyngate. She was born on November 8, 1908 in Brooke County, WV, the daughter of the late J. Roy and Etta Fulks Black. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Glendon W. Gould on August 23, 1992; her three cousins, who she was reared and were more like brothers, Raymond, Nelson and James Black. Marian was a homemaker and a member of the Cove Presbyterian Church in Weirton. She is survived by her two daughters, Glenda and William Arthurs of Mt. Lebanon, PA and Carol Gilmore of Michigan City, IN; her two sons, Alan B. and Florence Gould of Eldersville, PA and David and Karen Gould of Weirton, WV; her three granddaughters, Marian Carney and Eric Nabors of Mt. Lebanon, PA, Lori Gilmore and David Miltenberger of Valparaiso, IN and Alissa Gould of Philadelphia, PA; six grandsons, Bruce and Karen Gould of Chantilly, VA, Christopher and Yana Gould of West Chester, PA, Brian Gould of Philadelphia, PA, Gregory and Andrea Gould of Planfield, IL, Thomas and Erin Carney of Los Angeles, CA, Geoff and Erika Gilmore of Birmingham, MI; five great granddaughters, Emily and Madie Miltenberger, Maeve and Rowan Carney and Emma Gould; eight great grandsons, Tyler, Collin, Zack and David Gould, Chris and Will Nabors, Will Miltenberger and Finn Carney. Private visitation and services will be held at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, WV. Reverend Edward Rudiger will preside. Entombment will follow at the Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to the Salvation Army, 794 Cove Road, Weirton, WV 26062.

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  1. Our beloved grandmother, affectionately known as “Ganny” will remain forever in the hearts of her nine grandchildren.Ganny had a way of making each and every one of us feel special, so much so that each child was under the impression that he/she was Ganny’s very “favorite”!(it was supposed to be a secret :)) We all hoped to be Ganny’s favorite because of her charisma, her kindness,her sense of humour and of course her personal style and beauty that was uniquely Ganny. She and our grandfather made quite a pair in their day and the impression that they made on all of us is still alive in the values and traditions that we learned from them and will pass on to our children–Ganny and Dat’s 13 great granchildren. I am very proud to be my great grandmother’s namesake and grateful for all that Ganny and Dat added to our lives with their extraordinary love and care. Thank you. Marian Black Carney Nabors

  2. Dear Alan, David and families, May God Bless you all as you go thru the process of saying good bye to your Dear one. To raise such fine Men as you two are she had to be a wonderful lady and example. I do hope that the wonderful memories she left for you will help you each day as you think so fondly of her and your Great Father. I appreciate so much how much they did for the community and Weirton Steel. May God Bless You All Love, Darlene McKinley

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