Georgette Terry Soulie’

February 28, 1951 - February 14, 2008

02/28/1951 - 02/14/2008

Past Services

Visitation
Monday February 18, 2008
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Elm Grove
154 Kruger Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Cemetery
Tuesday February 19, 2008
Greenwood Cemetery-Wheeling
National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-232-0330 | Directions
Service
Tuesday February 19, 2008
10:00 am
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Elm Grove
154 Kruger Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
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SOULIE’, Georgette Terry, 56, of Wheeling died Thursday, February 14, 2008 at Trinity East, Steubenville.
She was born on February 28, 1951 a daughter of the late Henry Albert and Marie Margeurite Penton Soulie’ Jr..
She was a retired Registered Nurse with the Health Plan of the Upper Ohio Valley and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where she was actively involved in the Womens Relief Society.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Walter Terry.
Surviving is her son, Robert Armstrong “Robby” Soulie’ of Wheeling, brothers Henry A, Marc B., Jason, Wyatt E., and Christian Soulie’, sisters Renee’ E., Suzzane M. and Jessica A. Soulie’ and Michelle A. Lennon. An aunt, Susan Yoho of Moundsville.
Friends will be received at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 154 Kruger Street, Elm Grove on Monday from 6-8pm where services will be held on Tuesday at 10:00am. Interment will be held in Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling.
On-line condolences may be expressed to the family at altmeyer.com

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Cathy Campbell, Jo and Phil Burdyn
7 years ago

Dear Robby,

We are so sorry about your mom. She was funny, and smart and so interesting. We felt like we could have listened to her stories all day. I am sorry also that we did not learn of the service until this morning, or we would have been there for sure!

Please let us know where you are going to be and how we can get ahold of you.

We love you,

Cathy, Jo, and Phillip

Jason Paisola
7 years ago

Georgette was one of the first people who welcomed us at church when we moved into the area. She was such a sweet person who made a wonderful impression. She would always ask: How is my sweet, little Miss Ava? This endearing question always brought a smile to our day. She was a woman who had such a great personality and was an amazing, caring individual. We spoke a few times of her life in California, as an advertising executive, and how she ended up in West Virginia. Each week she would show up to the activity on Wednesday nights and tell us about what Robby had done during the week, usually something outrageous and funny. She was an involved parent who was extremely proud of Robby’s accomplishments. All of us admired and loved her greatly. We know that Robby will continue to make her proud.

WE LOVE YOU ROBBY!!!!

We are truly grateful to have known your wonderful mom.

Jason, Trisha & Ava Paisola

ANDREW KOWALO
7 years ago

hEY ROBBY, iT’S ME ANDREW KOWALO. I’M SO INCREDIBLY SORRY ABOUT YOUR MOM. I NO WAT IT IS LIKE TO LOOSE A PARENT. IF YOU REMEMBER LAST YEAR IN THE BEGINNING OF SCHOOL I LOST MY FATHER. I DIDN’T EVEN GET TO SEE HIM THAT NIGHT. ME SISTER HAD PROM QUEEN TO ATTEND AND THAT WAS THE NIGHT HE DIDED. IT MUST SEEM LIKE A DREAM BECAUSE IT DID TO ME THE ONLY THING IS THAT THIS DREAM IS NIGHTMARE. EXECPT THE ONLY THING IS I STILL HAD A PARENT TO GO AND LIVE WITH. UNLIKE WITH YOU WICH SHOULD MAKE IT EVEN HARDER. TELL THE REST OF YOUR FAMILY I AM SORRY AND THAT IF THERE IS ANYTHING ME OR MY MOM CAN DO JUST ASK, WE WOULD BE MORE THAN WELCOME TO DO SOMETHING FOR YOU.AND REMEMBER FFFFFFFFFFFFF AAAAAAAAAAAAHH

Chris MacLeod Seybold
7 years ago

Meredith told me about Georgette and I am so sorry. It does not seem possible that she can be gone. It seems like only yesterday we were all together as kids. Please accept Jack’s and my condolences. It seems trite to say, but I truly think we can believe she is in a better place. Take care.

Love,

Chris, Jack, Jennifer and J.T.

Mark, Cheri, Brandon & Mikayla Westlake
7 years ago

Robby-I don’t know if you remember us or not–you and Brandon were good friends at St. Joseph’s school in kindergarden. You spent a lot of time at each other’s houses!! Your mom was a wonderful person. Her and I were older than most of the other kindergarden mom’s and I think that is why we got along so well. She will be greatly missed. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of need. Please contact us if there is absolutely anything we can do for you, or if you just need a friend to lean on.

God Bless You!!!!

The Westlake family

Deborah McWhorter
7 years ago

Robby,

You Mom was my hero.

I did not know a more courageous woman–ever.

I remember how proud she was a few years ago when you walked the entire night at the Relay For Life!

You showed your courage and determination and this will help you through difficult times ahead.

Your Mom said there were great things ahead for you and Mom’s are never wrong!

And you are now a big brother and will be quite a role model.

God bless you. I am sending lots of positive energy your way.