Thomas F. Guio, 78, of Weirton, WV, passed away Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at his home, surrounded by his family. Born May 25, 1939, in Weirton, WV, he was a son of the late Richard and Agnes Telmanik Guio. Tom retired from the B.O.P. at Weirton Steel and was a United States Army Reserves Veteran. He was an avid bowler and was very humble about the fact that he bowled a “300 game” twelve times. He is survived by his son Thomas B. Guio (Tamara) of Follansbee, WV; daughter Chris Guio- Starvaggi and her fiancée Samuel Smalley, both of Weirton; former wife and friend Barbara Majoris (George Romage); brothers Robert “Bob” Guio (Dolores) of Follansbee and Jack Guio (Jean Kemp) of Sarasota, FL; grandchildren Shawn Guio (Moriah Chicoine); great grandson Hayden Caldwell and Lunarae Snow Guio; and his dog and best friend Tucker MAYHEM. Visitation will be held Friday from 5 until the 7 PM funeral service at Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton, WV. Chaplin George Romage will officiate. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Brooke County Senior Center, 948 Main Street, Follansbee, WV 26037 or Valley Hospice, 10686 St. Route 150, Rayland, OH 43943.

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  1. Chris, my heart hurts for you so much right now. May you find comfort in knowing he no longer suffers and is at peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. Love to you all.

    Aunt Susan and family.

  2. A beautiful picture, just the way I remember him. I used to baby sit him when he had his broken leg. and we read comic books together. I loved visiting Weirton every summer because I loved seeing and spending time with my favorite cousins Bob, Jack and Tom, Aunts, Uncles and Grandparents. May you rest in peace cousin Tommy. Joan Dondrea Lowry

  3. Your dad was so quiet and humble. He began referring to me as “Just Cathy” because when I would call, he’d ask if I’d like to leave a message, and I’d say, “No, it’s just Cathy.” Then he’d tell you, “Just Cathy called.” He was no-nonsense, and we laughed at how he would caution us against “throwing your money in the street.” That became the standard by which we made all our purchases. On your wedding day, I asked him how he was holding up, and he said, “I’m not ready to let her go.” The wonderful news is, he never, ever did. I know he is smiling down on you all now and at peace. God bless you and may you be comforted by the happiest memories. I offer much love and heartfelt prayers for your peace of mind and soul.

  4. Thank you for sharing, Joan! I have forgotten so many memories that I have heard about over the years. Each one comforts me today as I read or hear them.

  5. Thank you, Just Cathy. He never understood why we wanted to go to the food festival. Yet he always gave me money, loaned me whatever vehicle he was driving at the time and waved good bye.

  6. I would like to extend my deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers to your family on the loss of your loved one.
    Sincerely,
    Stan Tuchalski

  7. I wish to extend my deepest sympathy goes to you and your family and love for Tom’s journey into heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Don Dondrea, Sr.

  8. Tom & Chrs you have my deepest heartfelt sympathy over the loss of your beloved Father. May his soul Rest In Peace. Uncle John ❤️

  9. Mike Semple
    Deepest sympathy to family & friends. Tom & I had some interesting years of friendship. Always fun to be around & helpful during difficult times. Lots of memories from back in the day. Thank you for being my friend.
    Mouse

  10. Thank you so very much! We were looking at pics over the past week and some included you guys and took us way back all the way to Marland Heights. (-:

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