Marjorie Ann Irvin
August 22, 1939 ~ April 21, 2019
Marjorie Ann (Rosnick) Irvin, 79, of Weirton, WV died Sunday April 21, 2019, at Acuity Specialty Hospital, in Weirton, WV.
A daughter of the late George and Katherine (Lonchar) Rosnick, Marjorie was born on August 22, 1939, in Weirton, WV. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Eugene Gray Irvin, Sr., in 1964; her three brothers, Rudy, Mike and George Rosnick; and her three sisters, Dorothy Figlioli, Pauline Pyles, and Rose Mary Rosnick.
Marjorie retired from Hancock County Schools on August 8, 2005, after 26 years of service. Through the years, she taught Accounting at Dunbar and Weir High Schools.
When she was not working, Marjorie enjoyed shopping with her sisters, taking care of her yard, and planting flowers around her home. Doing word search puzzles was one of her favorite past times, but nothing compared to the time she cherished with her grandchildren.
She belonged to several card clubs and was a lifelong member of Weirton Heights Memorial Baptist Church.
She will be remembered with love by her sons, Danny and Talisa Irvin of Weirton, WV and Eugene G. “JR” and Susan Irvin, Jr. of Virginia; her brother, Paul “Sonny” and Roberta Rosnick of Weirton, WV; her sister, Mary Ann and Harold Elliott of Weirton, WV; her grandchildren, Danny (Camille) Irvin, Alexis (Colin Bennett) Irvin, Aleta Irvin, Melissa (Cody) Heyer and John Ryan Irvin, several nieces and nephews and beloved niece Karen (Russell) Leeson.
Visitation will be 2-4 and 6-8 PM Thursday, at Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV, where funeral services will be conducted 11 AM on Friday.
Rev. William Stout will preside.
Entombment will follow at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, in Weirton.
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“Aunt Marge” was such a special lady. I loved her so much. Every time I ran into her, I just wanted to hug her tight. She meant so much. She was always a bright light to me, especially when she was there for me my first year of teaching. When she gave me her desk when she retired, it meant a lot. I cannot imagine how happy Ronnie is to see her now. He loved her so much. We all did. My deepest sympathy to all her family and friends.
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