Pauline G. Mudrinich
Pauline G. Mudrinich, 97, passed away at 1:02 a.m. Thursday (11-28-19) in Whispering Oaks, Hermitage, following a brief illness.
She was born on Sept. 13, 1922, in Farrell, to Michael and Veronica Mayerchack David. Pauline married John on March 6, 1943. He preceded her in death on March 21, 1987.
She was a member of the former St. Ann Parish in Farrell and a current member of Church of Notre Dame Parish in Hermitage.
She was a graduate of Farrell High School, class of 1940. Her memberships included: the former St. Ann Altar Society, Catholic Daughters of America Court 1740, the Hermitage Womens' Club, the Catholic Sokol, the Croation Fraternal Union, and in her earlier years the Tuesday Morning Breakfast League at Hickory Bowl and the Buhl Club Ladies Golf League.
Pauline is survived by two daughters, Virginia Kudrich in Warren, Ohio, and Beth Ann Brown and husband Keith of Hermitage; two sons, David and wife Eve of Russelville, Ariz.; and Jan of Ridgewood, W.Va.; 10 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and one great-grandchild to mourn her passing.
She is preceded in death by two sons, John and Mark; and five brothers, George, Charles, Paul, Michael and Edward.

MUDRINICH
Pauline G., 97, of Hermitage.
Calling hours: 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday (12-1-19) at the A.E. PUSTINGER FUNERAL HOME, LTD., 1310 Idaho St., Farrell.
Funeral service: 11 a.m. Monday (12-2-19) in the funeral home, with Very Rev. Richard Allen, E.V., pastor of Church of Notre Dame presiding.
Burial: St. Ann Cemetery, Hermitage, following the service.
Published on November 29, 2019

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WV Tax Dept. - Legal Section
Dec 03, 2019
We planted a memorial tree in your mom's honor.

So sorry for your mom's passing.
Dec 03, 2019
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Pauline G. Mudrinich.  Plant a tree
Robert DeMoss
Dec 02, 2019
I always felt welcome when visiting aunt Pauline. I never left hungry. I loved her. She will be missed . Ginger,Beth Ann, David and Jan, sorry for the loss of your mother.
Rachelle Mudrinich
Dec 01, 2019
Our family planted a memorial tree in Aunt Pauline's honor too. Have PDF of certificate to send to family member. Also, big standing flower arrangement was sent to funeral home. Please confirm receipt. Thank you and God bless!
Michele Snapp
Dec 01, 2019
My family planted a memorial tree in your Mom's memory. Prays to you all at this time.
Michele, Roger and Victoria Snapp
Dec 01, 2019
Memories of Aunt Pauline are filled with warmth, smiles and kindness. Her gracious hospitality through years of holiday celebrations will always be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of her family at this time. She will truly be missed.
Michele, Roger and Victoria Snapp
Dec 01, 2019
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Pauline G. Mudrinich.  Plant a tree
Fr. Jeff
Dec 01, 2019
As Pastor of Notre Dame for many years, I always enjoyed Pauline. She was a faithful Catholic, always present, always smiling, always positive and affirming. May the Lord bless her with Eternal Peace and Happiness!
Jim DeMoss and Kathy
Nov 30, 2019
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Pauline G. Mudrinich.  Plant a tree
Jim DeMoss and Kathy
Nov 30, 2019
Aunt Pauline was always one of my favorite aunts who took the time to send us birthday and Xmas cards. I remember staying at her house a few years ago before she sold it and sleeping up in the attic where I use to have sleep overs when I was a kid with my cousin Johnny Junior. We are here any time you want to talk. To Ginger, David, Beth Ann and Jan , we are sorry for the loss of your Mom.....we will all miss her.
Janine Barnett
Nov 30, 2019
And Pauline was one of my favorite aunts. At every summer we would go to aunt Pauline and uncle Johnny’s house and spend the day. She would always invite me in with full open arms and fed me to the brink. How I missed this part of my life so much. She always had so much love to give me. Rest in peace aunt Pauline you’re with uncle Johnny now