Mary Lou Andrich

November 29, 1932 - February 25, 2023

11/29/1932 - 02/25/2023

Past Services

Visitation
Thursday March 02, 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
St. Vincent dePaul Church
2244 Marshall Ave.
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Mass
Thursday March 02, 2023
12:00 pm
St. Vincent dePaul Church
2244 Marshall Ave.
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Mary Lou Andrich, 90, of Wheeling passed away Saturday, February 25, 2023 at Wheeling Hospital.

Mary Lou was born on November 29, 1932 to the late William Stoten and Mary Ellen (Truax) Meyers in Martins Ferry, Ohio.

A Catholic by faith, Mary Lou was a member of St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church. She retired from AT&T where she had a long and fulfilling career as an office manager. Mary Lou loved her community and enjoyed volunteering. She served as a board member on the Board of Directors of the Wheeling Symphony and was also a past president of the Wheeling Hospital Auxiliary.

In addition to her parents, Mary Lou is preceded in death by her loving husband, Donald Andrich (1998); a brother, Robert Francis Meyers and her sweet Kitty Lou.

Left to celebrate her life is her brother, William L. (Mary Virginia) Meyers, nieces Mary Jo (Ed) Jepson and Jo Lynn Wiley; nephews, Bill R. Meyers, Bobby (Christine) Meyers and Craig (Kristine) Meyers as well several great nieces and nephews.

Family and friends will be received Thursday, March 2, 2023 at 11:00am until time of Mass at 12:00 noon at St. Vincent dePaul Catholic Church in Wheeling, WV with Father Jeeson Stephan presiding.

Memories and condolences can be shared at www.altmeyerfuneralhomes.com

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Renee Siburt
11 months ago

My apologies for this late post. Mary Lou was the epitome of classiness! I had the joy of being her dental hygienist for many years! I would tell her how smitten her husband was for her (prior to his death) just by the pride he had as he talked about her! I’m glad I had the pleasure of knowing this sweet soul! My condolences 🙏🏼

Holly Hogan Timmons
11 months ago

My deepest sympathy to Mary Lou’s family. She was a wonderful lady and a great family friend. I grew up two doors down from her and she was like a grandma figure to me. She watched me grow and then she enjoyed when my mother, Sally, and I would bring my children to visit. She taught me many life lessons and will be sadly missed.

Pete & Erin Vance Cuffaro
11 months ago

Mary Lou will be sadly missed, but never forgotten. What a wonderful lady!

Lynn Hetzel
11 months ago

Mary Lou was a beautiful lady inside and out. Always so gracious and always smiling 😊 May she RIP 🙏🏻

Barbara Minch
11 months ago

She was the sweetest to everyone! I was honored to know her and her husband! Loved seeing her drive around with her teddy bear strapped in! I worked at the Elm Grove Pharmacy (The Medicine Shoppe) that’s where I got to know them. I have a note she had sent me years ago. It was special. Always will remember you and Donald.

Terri Swearingen Murray
11 months ago

My mom worked with Mary Lou at the phone company and kept in touch through the yearsI remember being a little girl and admiring her class.she was always so out together. I would play dress up and say I was, “ Mary Lou”. Rest In Peace beautiful soul.

James W Everson
11 months ago

Rest in Peace Mary Lou…. my sincere sympathy to Brother Bill and family.

Jim Everson
Naples FL

Jody Seabright
11 months ago

My deepest sympathy to Mary Lou’s family. Mary Lou was a great friend and always had a welcome smile. I will never forget the many pranks that my brother and his friends pulled on her that she enjoyed so much! Especially the ones that made her laugh and enjoy life. A true inspiration for all that knew her. Rest easy and dwell in the arms of our Lord, Jesus Christ.🙏🏻🙏🏻💕

Constance M. Doran
11 months ago

I met Mary Lou at Wheeling Hospital. What a lovely lady. Sweet as could be and she always had a smile. Dressed so classy. I would always comment to her about that and she would laugh and say it wasn’t a big deal.

Marty Maness
11 months ago

Our sincere condolences. Mary Lou was a dear friend with a terrific sense of humor. She will certainly be missed.