Alice Szymialis

April 29, 1925 - July 4, 2002
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ALICE MARIE SZYMIALIS of Barnhill, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, July 4, 2002, having passed away at Twin City Hospital after a lengthy illness. Alice was born in Lafferty, OH, a daughter of the late Constantino and Mary A. Chini Zanotelli Bartolis. On February 12, 1944 she married Alfred J. Szymialis who prece…

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ALICE MARIE SZYMIALIS of Barnhill, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, July 4, 2002, having passed away at Twin City Hospital after a lengthy illness. Alice was born in Lafferty, OH, a daughter of the late Constantino and Mary A. Chini Zanotelli Bartolis. On February 12, 1944 she married Alfred J. Szymialis who preceded her in death on May 6, 1965. She was a member of Immaculate Conception Church in Dennison and also attended Midvale United Methodist Church. Alice was also a member and past-President of the Midvale VFW Auxiliary and past district president. Additionally, she belonged to the former New Philadelphia Moose Lodge, the New Philadelphia VFW, the Tuscarawas Valley Sports Club and Prosperity Grange. In 1987 she retired from General Electric in Dover after 25 years service. Alice spent many hours volunteering her time and talents with various organizations. She enjoyed spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Alice is survived by a son, John M. (Janice) Szymialis; four daughters, Kathryn M. (Michael) Oberholzer, Mary Anne (Richard) Baker, Christine E. (Ed) Vincent, and Toni J. Szymialis; grandchildren, Michael (Mindi) Oberholzer, Lori and Erin Oberholzer, Kelly (Gary) Crites, James (Lora) Szymialis and Kristen Chadwick, LeRoy (Sheree) Eberly, Leanne (Joe) Anthony, Jeff (Becky) Stearns, Fred (Becky) Warfield, Sean Warfield and Brian (Jessica) Warfield, Alyson Everhart and her companion Cliff Zimmerman; great-grandchildren, Jack Oberholzer, Cody, Cassie and Colt Crites, Madison and Brandon Szymialis, Devin Chadwick, Zachary Carr, Jessica, Jeffrey, Joshua and Jerrod Cottrell, Gabrielle and Holly Eberly, Jayden Stearns, Ashley and Emily Warfield, Aaliyah Warfield, Anthony and Logan Everhart; sister, Clara (James) Sorensen of Tucson, AZ and brother, John (Marlene) Zanotelli of Richardson, TX; numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, Alice was preceded in death by her sister, Freida Hennig, brothers, Robert and William Zanotelli, and long-time friend, Don Corder. Calling hours will be on Sunday, July 7, 2002 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home in New Philadelphia. The prayer service will be held at 4:30 PM. The funeral mass will be on Monday, July 8, 2002 at 10:00 AM in Immaculate Conception Church, 206 N. First St., Dennison, with Fr. Martin J. Ralko as celebrant. Burial, alongside her husband, will follow at Calvary Cemetery in New Philadelphia, with a few memories shared by Rev. Gordon Myers. Following the committal a reception will be given at the Knights of Columbus hall in Dennison. Contributions may be made to Immaculate Conception School, 100 Sherman St., Dennison, OH 44621 or to the Midvale United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 247, Midvale, OH 44653.

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Born: April 29, 1925
Died: July 4, 2002

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Kelly posted on 7/11/02

GRANDMA'S LOVE Grandma's held my heart, Right from the start Her arms open wide, The safest place to hide Inside Grandma's hug All safe and snug Grandma's love appears And trouble disappears Grandma makes me happy Because she loves me Grandma wipes my tears And chases away my fears Grandma's love will always be Very precious to me Dearest Grandma, You are the BEST GRANDMA a child could ever have You always loved me for who I was, not for what I should have or could have been,you loved me for me and that always meant the world to me. You were always there for me in good times or bad,YOU always stood by me, no matter what. I miss you telling me YOU LOVE ME, your advise,or our long talks, our laughter and our tears,and I miss you! I will keep these memories with me no matter where I go,I will think of you daily until I see you again. The love that you have showed me, I will carry on, for I will be a grandma in september and I hope I can be the grandma that you were to me. I love you and miss you I will love you for forever LOVE, Kelly

 

Patrick & Renee (Wilhelm) Shalosky posted on 7/10/02

So sorry to hear about your loss. Keep the memories of your mother/grandmother dear to your heart. In Friendship, Pat, Renee & Adam Shalosky

 

Kristen posted on 7/7/02

To Grandmother With Love ______________________________ I had an angel here beside me, Sent to Earth to help and guide me, An angel always there for me Sent to love and care for me. She did the things that angels should: She taught me what was bad and good, She gave me hope when no one cared, She held my hand when I was scared, She cheered me up when I was down (She could make a smile from a frown), She doctored me when I was sick, And many another angel trick. Today my angel earned her wings, Her halo, harp and other things. But today I'm lost and all alone For today God called my angel home. --David Pawson ©

 

Mildred Garrett posted on 7/7/02

Your family has my deepest sympathy. Mildred

 

Brenda Hartsough (Galanga) posted on 7/7/02

Sorry to hear of your loss of your mother. Sending all my sympathy to you and your family Brenda

 

Harvey & Vickie Byers posted on 7/7/02

You have our deepest sympathy and are in our prayers. May God Bless your family. Harvey & Vickie

 

PEGGY TODD posted on 7/7/02

PRAYING THAT GOD'S LOVE WILL BE YOUR STRENGTH DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. PEGGY TODD

 

JAYNE BAKER posted on 7/7/02

SHARING YOUR LOSS. SORRY I CAN'T BE WITH YOU. LOVE, JAYNE

 

Chris posted on 7/7/02

Our Family Chain We little knew that morning That God would call your name. In life we loved you dearly; In death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone, For part of us went with you The day God called you home. You left us beautiful memories, Your love is still our guide, And though we cannot see you, You are always by our side. Our family chain is broken And nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, The chain will link again.

 

Janice Szymialis posted on 7/6/02

Alice was just not my mother-in-law; she was my friend. I loved her as much as my own mother. Whenever I needed her, she was always there for me. There will never be another person on this earth like her. I was her only daughter-in-law and for that I felt special, especially when someone would ask me about my last name and always if I knew Alice and I was so proud to say yes, she is my mother-in-law. I will always remember her, her kindness and loving ways will never be forgotten. I will miss you ever so much, but I know that you are in a better place now. I love you very much, always have and always will. I hope to see you again one day.

 

Raymond Garcia and Robin Szymialis Garcia posted on 7/6/02

I'll always remember Auntie Alice's smile. I loved hearing her tell stories about the old days. About her and Uncle Al and my Dad and about the times my sisters came to visit. I am so glad we got to visit a few years ago. My Dad had such a wonderful time. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Love to all Robin and Raymond

 

Toni posted on 7/6/02

We lost a mother with a heart of gold, How much we miss her can never be told, She shared our troubles and helped us along, If we follow her footsteps we will never go wrong. We miss you from the fireside chair, Your loving smile and gentle air, Your vacant place no one can fill, We miss you mother and always will. She was a mother so very rare, Content in her home and always there, On earth she toiled, in Heaven she rests, God bless you mother you were one of the best. Each time we look at your picture, You seem to smile and say, Don't be sad but courage take, And love each other for my sake. O Sweet Jesus, for the sake of Thy Bitter Passion and the sorrows of Thy Immaculate Mother have mercy on her soul, and let the light of thy countenance shine upon her. We love and miss you Mom! We will all reunite in heaven someday. Love you, Toni

 

Florence T. Hanlon Kehl posted on 7/6/02

I will never forget my sweet cousin Alice; I spent many summers with her as we grew up together. We were very much like sisters. When I needed help, Alice was always there by my side. Rest Easily, my cousin, you have earned a beautiful spot in Heaven. My heart is with you, and I know we will meet again soon. Love, Cousin Florence

 

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