Pauline Chuma, 90, of Weirton, died Thursday, March 4, 2004 at the Weirton Medical Center. Born October 4, 1913 in Jersey City, NJ, she is the daughter of the late Mike and Rose (Hallich) Glover. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Alex Chuma on October 22, 2002; five brothers Paul, John, Steve, Charles and Alex Glover and her sister Julia Glover. Pauline was a homemaker and a member of the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Weirton, where she was the founder of the Ladies Altar & Rosary Society. She was also a member of the VFW Ladies Auxilary 2716. Pauline’s survivors include her two sons Paul Chuma, and his wife Jo Ann of Elk Grove Village, IL and Larry Chuma of Cincinnati, OH; 2 grandchildren Paul Chuma, Jr. of Ivanhoe, IL and Mrs. Todd (Deborah) Applegate of Noblesville, IN; a step granddaughter, Mrs. Andrew(Corinne) Amrhein; 5 great-grandchildren, Eric, Austin, Elizabeth, Katherine, and Nicholas. Friends will be received 1-3 & 7-9 PM Sunday at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton. Funeral services will be held 10:00AM Monday at the St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Weirton with The Very Reverend Theodore Shomsky presiding. Interment will follow at the Saint Nicholas Orthodox Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be sent to St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, 604 Colliers Way, Weirton, WV 26062. Share tributes with her family at www.grecohertnick.com. Funeral Home: Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV US 26062

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  1. PAUL AND LARRY AND FAMILIES, SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR LOSS. EVEN THOUGH THEY ARE OLD IT IS STILL HARD TO GIVE THEM UP. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU ALL. SINCERELY , JERRY HAMILL

  2. Dear Larry – It was always a pleasure to take care of your mother at the Inn at Wyngate. I took her to many of her doctor visits and she was always smiling, no matter what. She loved her church and singing in the choir, and she was very proud of you and your brother. Whenever the folks at Wyngate sing “Let Me Call You Sweetheart,” I will always think of Pauline. You have my deepest sympathy. – Charlene Deter

  3. Paul and Larry I have very fond memories of you Mother and her kindness toward me always. You have my deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mother.

  4. Dear Paul and Larry, Our deepest sympathy is with you from all the family on the loss of your dear mother. Your mom and your dad now together will be deeply missed. They were always there with open arms and with love to share. Their smiles and hugs could always light up a dark room and help to mend a broken heart. Their steadfast faith in God and their dedication to help others and to work hard for their church was so beautiful. They were indeed an inspiration to us all. I will always remember the special times spent with your parents, mostly at church, and some visits at their home. I always felt so close to them. But I will always fondly remember one most precious planned visit to see your mom and dad at their home. I was invited to go along when their great grandchildren came in from Illinois. Your mom was getting over a bad cold and your dad had been having a rough time with his face/jaw. We were not aware of just how ill they were feeling prior to our arrival. Your parents welcomed us with open arms. Our prior plan was to take them out to dinner. They both had been too sick to have been able to go anywhere. In spite of the way your mom and your dad felt they had surprised us and made your mom’s delicious chicken noodle soup and lots of goodies. And what a treat it was! It was indeed a blessing to be together. We were so thankful for that time. Your parents were so happy to see the children and have them sit on their laps. I can still visualize Nick on your dad’s lap looking at a book of pictures. All of us “big girls” sang with your mom, Kate and Libby. Your mom and your dad had so much fun. It seemed to really perk them up. I will never forget the happy twinkle in their eyes. It always seemed that there was a special twinkle in their eyes whenever your names came up. They loved you all so much. I deeply regret that we were unable to be there with you and the family in person. I have lighted candles on Saturday and Sunday here in church in Florida and the priest said your mom’s name in prayer in church. We will continue to pray for your parents, you and your loved ones. Love, Betty and Family

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