Stephen M. Mazure

July 31, 1941 - November 17, 2021

07/31/1941 - 11/17/2021

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Monday November 22, 2021
1:00 pm
Our Lady of Peace Church
2 Allendale Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
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Avid WVU fan, Stephen Michael Mazure of Wheeling, WV passed away peacefully November 17, 2021 surrounded by family.

He was born in Grant Town, WV to Mike and Anne Smiljanic Mazure on July 31, 1941. He is survived by his wife Caroll Arnett Mazure, children Michael (Brigitte) and Gina (Jamie), brother Kenneth (Sharon), and grandsons Vance and Luke Mazure.

A 2012 inductee of the WV Broadcasting Hall of Fame, Steve was the voice of Jamboree USA in the late 60’s and early 70’s and a news anchor at WTRF TV for over 30 years. He also served as local host of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Labor Day Telethon and Your Town on West Liberty University TV.

An active member of Our Lady of Peace Church, he was a 4th Degree Knight in the Knights of Columbus. Steve served on the boards of the Florence Crittenton Home and Children’s Home of Wheeling, and lent his talents in support of various organizations and events throughout the Ohio Valley.

As longtime host of Wheeling Hospital Today, he ended every segment with “It’s your life, live it well,” and he certainly did.

A private viewing will be held at the convenience of the family. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 1 pm, Monday, November 22, 2021, at Our Lady of Peace Church, with Rev. Joseph Augustine as celebrant. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial contributions to Our Lady of Peace Church, Florence Crittenton Home, or the Children’s Home of Wheeling.

Arrangements by Altmeyer Funeral Homes, Wheeling.

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Pete & Erin Cuffaro
8 months ago

To the Mazure Family:

Sorry to hear about Steve.

Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

He will be sadly missed but never forgotten.

With deepest sympathy,

Pete & Erin Cuffaro

Lynn Hetzel
10 months ago

Im so sorry for the loss of Steve.
He was a wonderful man, so pleasant all the time.
I enjoyed knowing him from working at Wheeling Hospital and doing commercials with him.
My condolences to Carol

Terri Phillips
10 months ago

Steve was such a wonderful and positive man! His smile and encouragement was always something I looked forward to when talking to him. I worked with Steve for many years at Jamboree USA and WTRF. Sending loving prayers and thoughts to Carol and her family. Steve you will be missed! Soar with the angels now my friend!

LandersBonenberger
10 months ago

Barb and I send our deepest condolences to Caroll and family. Steve was a wonderful man and a true professional in every way. Lanny & Barbara

LandersBonenberger
10 months ago

Steve was a wonderful man and a true professional. Our deepest condolences to Caroll and the family. Landers and Barbara

Debbie Bates
10 months ago

Carol and family
Wetzel County will miss Steve,s smiling face. He was so much like all of us. Country boy at heart. Love and prayers to all of you.

Debbie Bates
10 months ago

Carol and famiily,
I will miss my friend being the one with the big smile. Wetzel County folks have lost a true angel. We will always remember his country side..A fine man of the people.
Sympathy to all of you.
Debbie

Betty Duffy
10 months ago

Carol,
It’s been a lot of years since our paths crossed at Sherrard Elementary … at that time I only knew Steve because he was the anchor for WTRF News. His smile … positive atitude … and genuine caring about the people of the Ohio Valley always shown through. I can still hear him closing his segment with “It’s your Life … Life it Well!” He was a positive example of that … as where you! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Charlene Hall
10 months ago

Carol, Mike, & Gina-I was saddened to hear of Steve’s passing. He was always so friendly and kind and a good neighbor. Prayers for comfort & strength for all of you.

Christine Bodkin
10 months ago

I have known Steve since the 70’s, always a positive person….sorry for your loss!
…. Will miss not seeing him and his always positive attitude! Chris