Virginia Azar Petros

December 5, 1913 - May 9, 2006

12/05/1913 - 05/09/2006

Past Services

Visitation
Saturday May 13, 2006
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Wheeling
1400 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-232-0330 | Directions
Service
Saturday May 13, 2006
11:00 am
St. Joseph Cathedral
13th and Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-233-4121 | Directions
Cemetery
Saturday May 13, 2006
11:45 am
Mt. Calvary Cemetery Wheeling
National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
Directions

PETROS, Virginia Azar, 92, of Moundview Health Care Center, formerly of Brook Park Place, Wheeling, died Tuesday, May 9, 2006 at Moundview. She was born in Lebanon on December 5, 1913 a daughter of the late Abraham
and Helen Malick Azar. She was a member of St. Joseph Cathedral, Wheeling and a retired employee of London Casual Company, Washington, DC. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, John
S. Petros, Sr., and a son, John Petros in 1987. a brother and three sisters. Surviving are two nephews, Dr. Robert W Azar of Vienna, WV, and Edward Petros and his wife Dorothy of Moundsville, a niece, Dorothy Fenton and her
husband Robert of Columbus, OH.
Friends will be received on Saturday from 9:30am to 10:45am at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 1400 Eoff Street, Wheeling. Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on Saturday at 11:00am at St. Joseph Cathedral with the Very Rev.
Kevin M. Quirk as celebrant. Interment will be held in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Wheeling. Memorial Contributions may be made to the American Heart
Association. On-line condolences may be expressed to the family at
altmeyer.com

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Mary E. Azar
7 years ago

It is with my deepest sympathy that I send my condolences to the rest of the Azar and Petros family. My Aunt Virginia was a very dear lady and a very special woman in my life.

I never had the fortune to meet my grand mother and my grand father passed away when I was a little girl. It was through Aunt Virginia that I learned about the Azar side of the family and became proud of my Lebanese heritage. She use to tell me stories about the ìold countryî and shared my family recipes with me for kibbeh and tabouleh ñ telling me how important it was that I learn to cook so the recipes would never be lost.

I will always treasure the time I spent with her over the years. My sister Catherine and I looked forward every summer to our trips to Washington D. C. to visit her and Johnny. Later I spent time with her in Wheeling and she cared for us when my mother was away in England. After I left for college I wrote her and called her as often as I could. She was the closest thing I had in my life to a grand parent for a very long time and she will be greatly missed.

Please feel free to contact me for anything. In the end, family is the most important thingÖ

Mary E. Azar

4852 Lakeshore Place, Apt. #3112

Indianapolis, IN 46250

azarmary@yahoo.com

317 679-8282

With my sympathy and all my love,

Mary Azar

Eldest daughter of Dr. Robert W. Azar of Parkerburg.