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Ann Pavich Markovich

January 24, 1923 - March 10, 2019

Burial Date March 14, 2019

There will be no public visitation. A graveside service will be held on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at the Shinnston Memorial Cemetery.

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Posted by:
Vanessa Belcastro

Posted on:
March 15, 2019

Mitchy and John Thomas so sorry to hear of Aunt Annie's passing. She was lady with a lot of taste and a fine person. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

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Tom Condron

Posted on:
March 14, 2019

John and Family Deepest sympathy at the loss of your wife and mother. Tom Condron

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Mikaelah Cianfrocca Seifrit

Posted on:
March 13, 2019

It is with great sadness that I write this loving tribute to the life of my Great Aunt Annie. Anne Pavich Markovich was a vibrant and selfless woman who devoted her life to her family. She was funny, bold, creative, direct, and those of us who had the pleasure of knowing her always looked forward to her engaging stories and witty remarks. Most important to me personally, however, is the inspirational imprint she left upon me as a young child with her gift for Interior Design. Aunt Annie's home was a showplace! It was filled with perfectly coordinated custom fabrics and wallpapers, blue and white chinoiserie, and bold use of color. Her grande white kitchen was dreamy, and each room had a different "look" but somehow it all worked together. I even got to be her first overnight guest for a sleepover as a young teenager, and I felt like a queen in her big, fancy guest room. Today, I run a successful Interior Design firm in Bluffton, South Carolina. I always incorporate a touch of blue and white chinoiserie pottery into every home, and her design taste certainly influence my choices, even today. The supportive and fun-loving friendship shared by Aunt Annie and her sister, my grandmother, Dorothy Pavich Cianfrocca, brought me much joy over the years. They never excluded me from their late night conversations. I always felt included - like I was a part of their secret girl club. Many of my most fun girly times in my youth were spent around one of their kitchen tables with a cup of coffee - always homemade cookies or treats and sometimes even leftover spaghetti - and some good conversation. I wish I could have shared all of this with Aunt Annie myself in a time when she could have really known it. I pray she is at peace now, with Jesus, and free from all discomfort. I send my love and condolences to John Albert, John Thomas, Mitch, and all the rest of my family in WV. My heart will be with you, even though I can not be, on Thurs. God Bless you all. Mikaelah and Brian and Bo and Joel Seifrit

Posted by:
Mark Zeck

Posted on:
March 12, 2019

I was saddened to hear the news of Ann's passing. She was such a beautiful and loving person. I had the privilege of growing up with her grandson John Albert and spending countless hours in her home. My family was blessed to have crossed paths with Ann through this journey in life. God truly blessed us with her in our live's as our friend. I will never forget the beautiful smile on her face and the warm love that she expressed to me every time I was in her presence. When you came to her home, you were always treated as family! She would stop whatever she was doing to make you her only priority. Always ready to feed you some of her wonderful cooked food and ask you to share whatever was going on in your life. She was also the most loving mother and grandmother I have ever met. Those that knew her, saw the love and support that she gave to her sons and grandson. They were blessed to have her for 96 long years by their side and in their corner at all times. R.I.P Ann, I will always love you and cherish the beautiful memories of you and your kind heart. My sympathy and prayers goes out to the entire family and friends of Ann Pavich Markovich.

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Mike Fresa

Posted on:
March 12, 2019

My sincere condolences. You were able to enjoy her thru a long life but it is most difficult to lose your mother. God has his own plan and I will pray for her soul and your family while at St. ANN Adoration Chapel in Shinnston.

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