Edna Tadey

May 23, 1912 - June 29, 2006

05/23/1912 - 06/29/2006

Past Services

Monday July 03, 2006
Powhatan Cemetery
165 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942
740-795-5105 Ei | Directions
Monday July 03, 2006
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home- Moundsville Chapel
118 Grant Avenue
Moundsville, WV 26041
304-845-4560 | Directions
Monday July 03, 2006
2:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home- Moundsville Chapel
118 Grant Avenue
Moundsville, WV 26041
304-845-4560 | Directions

Tadey, Edna Stankiewicz, 94, of Moundsville, WV, died Thursday, June 29, 2006 in Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glen Dale, WV.
She was born May 23, 1912 in Adena , Ohio, a daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Zomienski Stankiewicz. Mrs. Tadey was the retired owner of the Dilles Motel & Restaurant, Dilles Bottom, OH, and a Christian by faith.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, George Tadey; two brothers, Stanley and George Stankiewicz; three sisters, Elizabeth Zuleski, Estella Majewski, and Violet Campana.
Surviving are a sister, Charlotte Wickersham of Moundsville; a brother-in-law, Gene Campana of Steubenville, OH; her niece and caregiver, Jerri Skvarka and her husband, Tony, of Moundsville; several nieces, nephews and friends.
Friends received from 1:00 pm until time of service at 2:00 pm at the Altmeyer Funeral Home, Lutes & Kirby Vance Chapel, 118 Grant Ave., Moundsville. Interment in Powhatan Cemetery, Powhatan Point, OH.
Online condolences may be expressed at altmeyer.com.

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Shelly Trussell
8 years ago

To the family of Edna Tadey,

I cared for Edna 3 years ago at Mound View when I worked there as an LPN. She was one of my most precious and favorite people. We would always sing “You Are My Sunshine” together. I never knew anyone who could sing the complete second verse without looking, until I was singing the first verse one day in the hallway while passing medicaitons and I heard this little voice inside the next room singing along. When I stopped after the first verse, the little voice continued on with the rest of the song. I rounded the corner to see who my singing companion was, and there was Edna. She looked up and smiled, as she always did, and she continued on singing. Every time I entered her room from that day on, we would sing our song. I’m still not able to sing the second verse, it just won’t stick, but every single time I hear that song, Edna is the sweet little face I see and I can still invision her sitting there with her smile singing with me. She blessed me with her gentleness and loving way. She will always hold a place in my heart.

God Bless your family and please know that she made a lasting impression on me. I loved her dearly.

My Deepest Sympathies,

Shelly L. Trussell, Edna’s friend. <*}}><