Eunice L. Driscoll

February 17, 1923 - September 16, 2012

02/17/1923 - 09/16/2012

Eunice L. Whitey Driscoll, 89, of Pipe Creek, Ohio died Sunday September 16, 2012 at the Shadyside Care Center in Shadyside, Ohio.

She was born February 17, 1923 in Pipe Creek, Ohio, a daughter of the late Roy and Ethel Swegard Schaffer.

Eunice was a homemaker and an adopted member of New Life Fellowship Church in Shadyside, Ohio.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, William E. Driscoll on December 31, 1995, four sisters, Mary Whitlatch, Vera Mottle, Bernice Chimley Steele and Virginia McIntyre, her stepfather, William Adams and her half brother, Herman Adams.

Surviving are two sons, William E. Judy Driscoll and Gregory D. Terry Driscoll of Shadyside, Ohio, also four grandchildren, William Jr., Lori, Gregory Jr., and Dr. Kindra Sue, several great and great-great grandchildren.

Friends will be received at the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home 3900 Central Ave. Shadyside, Ohio on Wednesday from 4 to 8 pm
Where services will be held on Thursday at 11 am with Pastor Joel Traylor officiating. Interment in the Powhatan Cemetery, Powhatan Point, Ohio.

Memorial contributions may be made to the New Life Fellowship Church 365 W 36th Street Shadyside, Ohio 43947.

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Uncle Jim & Aunt Mary Jo Wallace
7 years ago

Chris, Valerie & Kathy: We are so sorry for the loss of your grandmother. You will remain in our thoughts and prayers. Love you all!

Marsha Biery-Stone
7 years ago

I an so sorry for your loss and seeing your mother’s name reminded me of one halloween. The boys on the creek had been grounded after the previous halloween. My sister,Brenda and I were standing on the back porch using soap on the kitchen window, while Eunice and Dona Borsch were in the kitchen talking. We could hear every word, but they were having such a good time that they didn’t notice us. We then crept up to the road between her house and the church next door. Just as we came up on the road surface, a line of boys came walking single file up the road. We stood there as they walked by and Greg was the last one. As he turned to go to his house, we ran home. We had soaped everyone’s window that we could reach. The next morning on the school bus, all the boys were complaining that they were grounded again but this time they weren’t guilty. We never told anyone that it was us! It has been 50 years, but everytime I drive past her house, I remember and chuckle to myself. Marsha Biery-Stone

Cathy Zimmerman
7 years ago

May God’s strength see you through losing your mother. You are in my prayers.


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Carolyn Prickett Benesh
7 years ago

So sorry to see that Eunice has relocated to Heaven but I’m sure she isn’t. Haven’t seen her in years but she made an impression on me as a child growing up next door for a short time anyway. She will be missed I’m sure. Praying God will bless you with many, many memories and hold you all close! Carolyn