mildred perlowski
Mildred Adyniec Perlowski, 91, of Weirton died Sunday January 30, 2011, at the Trinity West in Steubenville, OH. Born April 15, 1919, in Weirton, WV, Mildred was a daughter of the late Jacob and Agnes Koper. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, Stanley Adyniec, and her second husband, Theodore Perlowski; two brothers, Edward and Walter Koper; and a sister, Stella Posti. Mildred was a homemaker, and an excellent seamstress. She also found enjoyment in baking, cooking, and volunteering for her church. The flowers in her yard were a testament to her green thumb. Mildred was a member of the Sacred Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, Weirton, Christian Mothers, PNA, and the Three Score Seniors. She is survived by her son, Walter and Linda Adyniec of Weirton; her daughter, Patricia and Charles Beck of Winthrop, ME; a sister, Janet Czapla of Weirton, WV; four grandchildren, Sharon Murray, Lisa Rogers, Aaron Adyniec, and Allison Cowden; seven great grandchildren, Matthew and Lauren Murray, Griffin and Hanna Rogers, Adam, Kaleigh and Elliana Cowden. Visitation will be 4 to 8 PM Wednesday at the Greco - Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton. Funeral Liturgy with Mass will be celebrated 11 AM Thursday at the Sacred Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, Weirton. Rev. Fr. Dean Borgmeyer will preside. Interment will follow at Saint Paul Cemetery, Weirton. Share tributes and memories at

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  1. Grandma, You were a wonderful, loving, caring and generous grandma, not only to me throughout my life, but to my children as well. You were very loved and will be missed. I am so sorry we could not be there for your funeral due to the snowstorm, but know that you will never be forgotten. Even though we could not be there physically, please know that you are always in my heart. I love you. Lisa

  2. Mom, you were a loving, caring mother, who did many things for me, and taught me so many skills during my life. You also helped me when I needed it most. You will always be in my heart and on my mind, and prayers for your soul will be said for you all the rest of my life. I will miss you more than you could ever imagine, forever! I am so sad that we had to miss your funeral because of the bad storm that is coming, but I am happy that I was able to talk to you right before you passed away. Love, Patty

  3. Grandma, You could never know just how much you meant to me. Though the miles separated us, I always felt so connected to you. Your love, laughter, talents and giving nature helped shape my life. Memories of you are filled with such happiness and love. You will always remain a part of our lives. I love you and miss you! I am so sorry that the weather has hindered travel. I believe you know that we would be there if at all possible. All my love, Sharon

  4. Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss, your lovely mother & grandmother. She was an exceptionally classy lady who was very friendly & sweet. I will miss seeing her at Sunday mass, and will not be forgotten. Rest in Peace Mrs. Perlowski. Sincerely, Michael & Marlene (Rybka) Runkel

  5. Linda & Wally & family, So sorry for your loss. I remember her as being very proud of her family. She was such a classy woman with so many talents (sewing, baking, gardening, etc, etc.) I’m sure she will be missed by all. May she rest in peace.

  6. On behalf of the children of the late Stanley & Mary Jane Tuchalski, please accept our condolences on the loss of your mother. We remember Mildred not only from SHM but also through her presence and active role in the Polish National Alliance. You are in our heartfelt thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Stas’ Tuchalski

  7. Dear Family of Mildred We are so very sorry to learn of Mildred’s passing way. She had been a dear and close friend of the Sagan family. She will be remembered for her cheerfulness and kindness to all who knew her. May you feel the presence of the Lord during this time of grieving. Stan and Fran Sagan

  8. Gerard and I are very sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May she rest in peace and hopefully you will find peace knowing that she is in a better place.

  9. Patty and Wally and family members, I remember meeting your parents in the early 50’s down on Heaslett ave. Your Mom always invited us kids in to play and watch tv I will always remember her in those days. After retiring I moved away and when we returned to visit Weirton, We would attend SHM church and she still was the beautiful person who would talk to me . Boy was she ever proud of her two children. Our prayers are with you and her. Allan

  10. To the family of Mrs. Mildred, Chick and I offer our heartfelt condolences in the passing of Mrs. Mildred. In the last three years of living across the street from her I have enjoyed numerous conversations with her. She told and showed me where the apple orchards use to be before the area was zoned for residential dwelling. She was a very nice and sweet person. Chick and I always got a kick out of watching daily attire. She dressed so cute and her shoes always matched her top or sweater. God plucked the prettiest flower from the garden to be his latest angel. R.I.P. Mrs. Mildred.

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