Mary Lou Krosovic, 86, of Ellwood City (formerly of Wampum) passed away Thursday, October 8, 2020 at the Haven Nursing Home in New Castle.
Born November 21, 1933 in New Brighton, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Tilda Petti Santelli. She was married to Robert A. Krosovic who passed away in 2001.
Mary Lou was a graduate of Wampum High School. She retired from Geneva College in 1994 following 24 years as a secretary. She was a member of the former St. Monica’s and current member of Holy Redeemer Church in Ellwood City. Mary Lou was a member of the Wampum Women’s Club and the Chewton Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.
Survivors include a son, Jeffrey Krosovic; grandson, Alex Krosovic; sister, Angela Kosior; brother, James (Donna) Santelli, all of Ellwood City; and numerous nieces and nephews whom she adored.
Family and friends will be received at the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum on Monday, October 12 from 5 pm until the time of the blessing service at 8 pm. Rev. Father Mark Thomas of Holy Redeemer Church will officiate. Entombment will follow in the Assumption Mausoleum at Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
Memorial Contributions may be made to the donor’s favorite charity.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
Mary Lou you have been a wonderful cousin and I will always remember the fun our families had growing up. So happy that we were able to
get together last year at Don & Jackie’s. You are now at peace with your parents in heaven.
When Mary Lou would come to visit her Sister Angie(who was a Snowbird) in Florida, and her Niece Lori Corbin and her Husband Bill (who lived and worked as Educators in Florida)—-We Florida Korans(James who is deceased) Kenneth, Pamela, Kristopher, Kristen, and Kennon—got to know Her. She bought us a special gift of a beautiful wooden Lighthouse! We will cherish it as it shines as a beacon in remembrance of a Classy Lady–Mary Lou. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with Her Family.
Our deepest sympathies to Mary Lou’s son Jeff, her grandson, family members and the many friends that she had. She will be deeply missed. May all the memories but you made throughout her life help you through these difficult times.
JK, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I wish I was up there to tell you in-person. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Really sorry to hear about your mom.
My sympathies to the family I enjoyed talking to MaryLou and glad she got to play bingo I will miss her. God Bless,Marsha Snyder activities aide
Mary Lou was a very dear friend and coworker for many years at Geneva. I will miss her calls and cards. My deepest sympathy to all her family.
The family has my deepest sympathy for your loss of such a beautiful lady. Angie and her seemed like they were more like twins that were connected at the hip. Always together and both dressed beautiful also.
Your family will sure miss her and I remember Her bringing Alex to my Moms and giving him the nutcrackers because he loved them so much. I am sure my Mom was there waiting for her to join her as another Angel in heaven.
My wife and I wanted to say how sorry we were to hear about Mary Lou’s passing. She was a wonderful Mom, sister, spouse and friend. She and Bob were a great couple with a kind and generous son. Mary Lou will be sorely missed by many but forever in our hearts. Jim and Diane DeMark