Madge A. Douglass Obituary

April 27, 2017 Obituary

Madge A. Douglass, Youngstown, Ohio - obit

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Philip Rogers at 11:00 a.m. Monday, May 1 at St. Charles Church, for Madge A. Douglass, 92, who passed away peacefully Thursday, April 27, 2017 at her home.

Madge was born July 8, 1924 in Youngstown, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Hazlin Sally.

She was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School class of 1942.

Madge was a homemaker and was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She also worked in the Boardman schools in the cafeteria.

She was a member at Saint Charles Church and Saint Cyril and Methodius Church, Ladies Alter Guild, Junior Seaton Circle, St. Charles Bowling league, the Resurrection Choir and the over 55 club.

Her husband, Andrew J. Douglass, whom she married September 4, 1946 at Saint Cyril and Methodius Church, passed away November 22, 2015.

She touched many lives in many ways, with her loving open heart, filled with grace, strength and character. Dedicated, not just to her family but all whose lives she touched. She will be missed by friends, relatives and family.

She Leaves her four daughters, Patricia (John) Yozwiak of Lexington, Kentucky, Barbara (Bob) Ferranti of Boardman, Marilou (Ron) Detwiler of Columbiana and Terri (Michael) Calautti of Boardman; her 11 loving grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Madge also leaves her two sisters-in-law, Mary Louise DiMarco of Boardman and Amy Holland of Liberty.

Besides her parents and her husband, Madge was preceded in death by her brothers, Joseph, John and Aloysious Sally and her sister, Agnes Mentzer.

Material tributes can be made in Madge’s name to either Saint Charles Church, 7325 Westview Dr., Boardman, Ohio 44512 or Saint Cyril and Methodius, 252 E. Wood St., Youngstown, Ohio 44503.

Honoring mothers wishes a private family calling hours will be held.

Family and friends may visit www.foxfuneralhome.org to send condolences.


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