Harriet June Mulroy, 89

Harriet June Mulroy, 89, of West Mayfield passed away Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at her residence.

Born April 21, 1928 in Meadville, she was the daughter of the late Redden Lamuel and Thelma Leona Straley Terrill .

Harriet was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, John E. “Jack” Mulroy, a daughter Cynthia “Cindy” L. Fuze, a son, Charles “Chuck” Mulroy, a sister, Jacquelyn “Jackie” Kaufman, and a grandson, Charles “Chuckie” Mulroy.

She will be sadly missed by seven grandchildren, her beloved granddaughter and her fiancé, Dusty L. Mount and Bob Cumberledge, Seneca Fuze, Farrah, Christopher, Timothy, and John Mulroy, and Jacqueline Turner; numerous great grandchildren; a cherished niece, Deidrea Mulroy and beloved friends, Clyde and Ena McDonald.

Per Harriet’s wishes, there will be no services.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum.

Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.

3 thoughts on “Harriet June Mulroy, 89

  1. Gram I am going to miss you so much…I am so thankful of the time I had with you…even if it was nowhere near enough. You always were more like a mom to me rather than a grandma. I’m going to miss all our talks, all your stories, and your advice. I’m going to miss taking you grocery shopping and bringing you your McDonald’s and hot dog shop. I am going to be so lost without you. I know you said you were ready, that you were tired….you always told me that…even though I never wanted to hear it. But it doesn’t make this any easier. I was so looking forward to spending Easter together and most of all, your 90th birthday in April. We were planning on throwing you a big surprise party. Now you’ll be celebrating in heaven with everyone you loved and everyone who loved you. Please visit me in my dreams and watch over all of us. I love you so much gram and I will miss you more than I could ever put into words. I know I will see you again someday, so its not goodbye, its I’ll see you later…xoxox ???

  2. Dear Dusty and Family,
    Our Deepest Sympathy for the Passing of Your Grandmother. Our Families go way back together. I remember going to Your Grandmother’s home, as kids, Your Mom and I were friends, and Your Grandmother treated all of Us like Family. We need to hold onto the thought that someday we will all be reunited with Our Loved Ones, and Oh what A Glorious Day that will be…

    With Love,
    John and Naomi (Daellenbaugh) Shenesky

    • Thank you so much for the kind words. My Grandmother was an exceptional woman. She always tried to be kind to everyone. Glad you were able to know her and how great she was.

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