WELLSVILLE — Angela “Dolly” Brophey, 83, of Wellsville, handed away Wednesday, December 2, 2020, at her dwelling following a prolonged sickness.
She was born August 27, 1937, in East Liverpool, the daughter of the late Fred and Betty (Prezzia) Amato. Along with her mother and father, Dolly was preceded in demise on November 4, 2017, by her husband, Thomas J. Brophey, whom she married October 26, 1957. She was additionally preceded in demise by her daughter, Gerry Brophey Postich; her son, Thomas F. Brophey; and her brother, Charles “Chuck” Amato.
Dolly graduated from Wellsville Excessive College in 1955, and he or she was pleased with being the top majorette whereas in highschool. She was employed as a clerk for AJ Olsen in East Liverpool, Kroger Grocery Retailer, and Dom’s Sparkle Market. Dolly was very energetic in her neighborhood. She was a member of the Wellsville Alumni Exercise Committee and fashioned the Wellsville Excessive College Alumni Band in 1989. She was acknowledged in 2009 for her assist of the Wellsville Native College District when she was awarded the G.W. McMillan Good friend of the College Award. Dolly was a long-time board member for the Wellsville Space Chamber of Commerce, and he or she was awarded the Chamber’s Lady of the Yr Award in 2010. She was additionally part of the Wellsville Village Flag Committee and former Superintendent’s Historical past Committee. Above all else, Dolly was a proud member of the previous Immaculate Conception Church in Wellsville the place she was the previous organist and cantor in addition to a member of the Altar and Rosary Society and Catholic Daughters of America. When the church closed, she was a part of the driving drive behind the Save Immaculate Conception Church Committee that fought to maintain it open. Dolly was additionally a member of Sacred Coronary heart Catholic Church.
Survivors embody one granddaughter, Michelle Michel and her companion, Paul Coen, of Wellsville; and two great-grandchildren: Elizabeth and Dominic Michel of Wellsville. Additionally surviving is her sister-in-law, Irma Amato of Wellsville, many nieces and nephews, and her caregivers: Courtney Bratt, Kathy Pleasure, Jenny Pleasure, and Michelle Stockman.
The Catholic Funeral Liturgy shall be held at 1:00 pm on Friday, December 4, 2020, on the Sacred Coronary heart Catholic Church, 418 4th Road, Chester, WV, with Rev. Jeeson Stephan presiding. Masks have to be worn contained in the church and social distancing measures have to be adopted.
Burial will comply with in St. Elizabeth Cemetery.
Household and buddies might name from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm on Friday on the Roberts Funeral Dwelling, 631 Essential Road in Wellsville. As a result of COVID-19 pandemic and to stick to social distancing tips, the variety of individuals within the funeral dwelling at one time shall be restricted. Additionally, as mandated by Governor Mike DeWine, face masks are required to be worn whereas within the funeral dwelling.
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