Myral Adaline (Little) Wojcicki, 83, of Wheeling, WV, passed away Sunday, May 2, 2021, in Wheeling Hospital.
Myral was born July 8, 1937, in Wheeling, a daughter of the late Irvin R. and Dulcie (Crawford) Little. She was a graduate of Triadelphia High School, a retired customer service representative for Comcast, and a Roman Catholic and member of St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Elm Grove. She also attended the Reedsville United Methodist Church, Reedsville, WV, and was considered part of their church family. In addition she assisted with the RCIA at St. Vincents and was a member of the Our Lady of Seven Dolors Altar Society and the Third Order of Mary. She was also a volunteer with Ohio Valley Hospice, the Greater Wheeling Soup Kitchen, the Red Cross and at the annual fish fries at Our Lady of Seven Dolors.
In addition to her parents, Myral was preceded in death by her loving husband, Ronald J. Wojcicki, whom she married on October 12, 1957; three infant children; four brothers, Malvin E., Irvin Duane, Charles L.and Joseph H. Little; and three sisters, Louise Davis, Elizabeth Stipetich and Margaret “Peg” Shaw. She is survived by her son, Ronald L. Wojcicki (Sharon) of Reedsville, WV; two granddaughters, Allison & Jordin Wojcicki, both of Reedsville; a sister-in-law, Alberta Little of Wheeling; loyal cats, Muffin and Mitzi; and several wonderful nieces and nephews.
“Thanks to everyone who came into my life and made it better, especially my Tuesday Bible Study Group and my Monday Luncheon Ladies.” – Myral
Friends will be at Altmeyer Funeral Home, Elm Grove Chapel, 154 Kruger Street, Wheeling, Friday, May 7, 2021, from 2-4 & 6-8 pm, and Saturday, May 8, 2021, from 10 am until time of service at 11 am, with Deacon Thom Truzno and Pastor Robert Sisler officiating. Entombment will follow in Mount Calvary Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum, Wheeling, WV.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Preston County Animal Shelter, 278 Poor Farm Road, Kingwood, WV 26537 or online through tmcfunding by (clicking here), or the Wounded Warrior Project, 600 River Avenue, Suite 400, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 or online through tmcfunding by (clicking here).
Very sorry for your loss. Myral was my mother in laws (Lora Bishop) best friend and I will always remember her bible study group with Dorothy and Marg meeting at Elmhurst when I worked there. Take comfort knowing they are all together sharing the glory of their Lord.
I was deeply saddened to hear of Myral’s passing. I worked with her at TCI/AT&T/ Comcast in Brookside. We always made each other laugh and she made my job a pleasure. Myral was so kind in assisting my wife and I with the adoption of our daughter by writing a recommendation letter for us to submit to the state. She was like a second mother to me. We always looked forward to receiving a Christmas card from her. She will truly be missed by all.
My prayers & thoughts go out to her family for we have only one mom, grandma & friend on the way to our home in heaven. I remember when the family home was being built above the play ground in Elm Crest, Elm Terrace, Elm Grove. When I was appointed to St. Vincent’s, it was good to reconnect with Myral & Deacon Don again. When he was ill, Myral asked me to visit Deacon Don in their home. They were a wonderful married couple who helped build up the faith community of St. Vincent de Paul. May she rest from her labors & may our loving God remember all the good that she did in this life. May she rest in peace. Shalom, Fr. Gary Naegele
Ron & family, sorry to learn of the death of your mom. She was a special lady and will be missed. Always enjoyed talking with her. You and your family are in my prayers
Aunt Myral was my cheerleader, my sounding board,she was here whenever we needed her . I will never forget all the fun times we had together. Her laughter was infectious, her heart huge, and her smile lit up a room! She will be greatly missed .
Myral was such a blessing to my life. We first met during Christ Renews His Parish and her talk was such an inspiration to me. She was my Mom’s best friend. Our group of friends spent so many Saturdays going to Mass and then out to breakfast which often lasted till lunchtime. She will be missed but memories of her will live on. May they give all her family comfort and peace.
Ron I so sorry to learn of the passing of your Mom. Myral as a wonderful lady. She was a great person to work with and a friend. We are praying for you all during this difficult time. Sending you hugs. Fly high Myral. Heaven surely has gained a new angel.
Myral was a beautiful, faith-filled woman who looked out for the needs of others. I grew to know her well when I served St. Vincent’s Parish as the Outreach Coordinator in the late 80’s and early 90’s. She added spiritual depth and loving service to the ABC (Apostolic Base Community) she belonged to with her Deacon Ron. She was a gift to her family and to the world
My Aunt Myral is a wonderful example of what “family” means. My first memory of her was when I was just 4 years old. She was on the floor playing Ants In My Pants with me and my sister. From that time on, she’s always been with us helping for every party, picnic, wedding anything! She was the first one there’s and last to leave. I will cherish all those memories and hope I’m as good of an Aunt as she is.
So sorry to hear of Myral’s passing. I worked with her at TCI in Elm Grove and then at Comcast in Bridgeport. She taught me so much through the years. Heaven has truly received a new angel. God bless!!!