Helen DeMaria

Obituary of Helen M DeMaria

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Helen M. DeMaria, Age 81, of Beaver Falls passed away Monday, May 20, 2019 in Allegheny General Hospital surrounded by her loving family.


Helen was born August 10, 1937 in Beaver Falls and was the daughter of the late Raymond Marnicio and Dorothy Pavlinich Marnicio Kofalt.


She was a member of St. Monica Parish and a former greeter, a member of the Angel Fund Committee of St. Monica and a volunteer to the St. Monica's Adoration Chapel, she had served as co-president and secretary of the Business and Career Women's Club of Beaver County, a volunteer for the Heritage Valley Beaver Auxiliary and had been their corresponding secretary.  Helen worked at the Yorke Agency, Inc. for 38 years before retiring and was currently working at A D Campbell Funeral Home, Inc.


She is survived by 2 grandsons: Joshua DeMaria, Beaver Falls and Michael A. Eaton, Jr. (Jenna), Pittsburgh, a great-grandson, Evan DeMaria and a brother, George Marnicio and an aunt, Anne Popovich, and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and a great nephew, cousins and numerous friends.


Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Angelo DeMaria, daughter, Diane DeMaria and a sister Toni Dunn.


There will be a Blessing Service in St. Mary's Cemetery Chapel, Chippewa Twp on Saturday, May 25 at 10:00AM with Father Kim Schreck officiating.


Contributions if desired can be made to the St. Monica's Angel Fund, 21 St. Andrews Drive, Beaver Falls, PA  15010


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Blessing Service

10:00 am
Saturday, May 25, 2019
St. Mary Cemetery Chapel
Clayton Road
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States


St. Mary Cemetery
2927 Clayton Road
Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United States
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