rachel bobalick
Rachel Bobalick, 61, of Weirton died suddenly at her home on Thursday February 13, 2014. Born on November 8, 1952, in Steubenville Ohio, Rachel was a daughter of Josephine Monski Bobalick and the late Joseph Bobalick. Rachel loved people and would enjoy helping and spending time with them. She especially enjoyed going everyday to Tudor's Biscuit World in Downtown Weirton. She never met a stranger, and would try to solve any problems they might have. Rachel was a member of the Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church in Steubenville, OH. In addition to her mother, Josephine, Rachel is survived by her sister, Barbara Campbell. Visitation will be held Monday at 10 AM until the time of her funeral services at 11:00 AM at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton. Rev. Fr. Gregory Thompson will preside. Interment will be in Highland Hills Memorial Gardens.

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  1. Rachel was a very wonderful person and i loved her dearly. i am going to miss her so very much she has a special place in my heart. she is one of the kindest and most worderful persons i have ever met. rip rachel i love you

  2. Rachel was a great friend.My best memories are of us sitting on the porch and talking.She loved to joke around and even tried to teach my dog Mouse how to drink from a straw. She will surely be missed by many. Love you Rachel now you can rest in the arms of God.RIP

  3. Rachel was very dear to all of us at Freedom Place. Her caring ways, sense of humor and always able to make us laugh will be missed by all. she was special to everyone.

    Mary Wasmer, Freedom Place

  4. To Mrs Bobalick and Barbara: I am so sorry to hear of Rachael’s passing but with the faith we have we know she is with her father Joe now and resting in the arms of the Lord.

  5. Josephine,

    We’re so very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved daughter Rachel. I always remember her with a smile on her face! I hadn’t seen her in quite a few years but she saw my mother and me at the beauty shop a couple of years ago and came over and we chatted a while. She was just as sweet as ever!

    May she rest in peace and may your loving memories help you through the days ahead.

    Chris (Lengyel) and Sam Greco

  6. Mrs. Bobalick and Bobby Joe, Please accept my deepest sympathy in the passing of Rachel. She was a lovely lady and so pleasant and humurous. She will be missed by all. She was always kind and nice to everyone. I went to school with Bobby Joe (my name-Sally Morgan); but I had the pleasure of meeting Rachel when she moved here to Freedom Place II. My prayers and thoughts are with the family. May Rachel rest in the Lord’s arms.

  7. I’m so sorry for your loss. Rachel was always a fun loving person. I’ll never forget all the fun we had growing up together. She will be missed.

    Theresa ( Porco) Jenkins

  8. Rachel was an amazing lady. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know her at Freedom Place. No matter what was going on she always had a smile. She cared about all of us— loved unconditionally. Almost every morning as I walked out of my apartment she was there with a “Good Morning” or in the evening–“Nite Lin”. Rachel–you have made my heart smile—fly with the angels my friend. I love you. Lin

  9. Joesphine,

    I always enjoyed talking to Rachel after church, She always treated my parents so nice. I wished that I could give you a comfort hug, but will not be able to attend the funeral services. Now Joe has someone to listen to his jokes.

  10. Dear Mrs. Bobalick and Bobby Jo: You have my deepest sympathy and prayers on the death of Rachel. Remember well your family when we lived on Elm St. many years ago.

  11. Mrs. Bobalick and Bobby Jo. I was so shock to hear about the death of Rachel. Words cannot express how I feel. She always had a smile on her face when we meant in passing at Freedom Place. I had alot of fond memories of Rachel and your family since I grew up on Elm Street. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. If there anything I can do please let me know.

  12. Jo sorry to hear about Rachel’s passing. Will really miss her. She was always in a good mood, I remember when she used to sub on our bowling team, we always had a lot of fun. My condolences are with you and your family. Your friend Judi

  13. I am so sorry, I did not know Rachel`s last name, did not know she had passed, she came to the senior center occasionally, we all loved her.

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