YOUNGSTOWN — Helen T. Hornak, 92, peacefully handed away Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, surrounded by her household.
Helen was born in Daisytown, Pa., Oct. 23, 1927, the daughter of John and Mary Bednar Teringo. She and her household moved to Warren in 1946.
Helen was a homemaker most of her life. Previous to her marriage, she labored at GE Lamp Works and Gordon Trucking, each in Warren.
She married John Hornak Aug. 22, 1953. They lived briefly in Campbell earlier than transferring to Youngstown in 1956.
She was an lively member of St. Christine Church for over 50 years and was concerned in lots of actions there, together with the Toddler Jesus of Prague Guild and the Prayer Chain. Helen was a Lady Scout chief, a member of a Wedgewood Bowling League, beloved to construct puzzles and do crosswords, was a Prayer Warrior and loved making and gifting away banana bread and fudge.
Surviving her are her kids, Mark (Christi) Hornak of Fairlawn, Karen Hornak of Youngstown and Cynthia Ryan of Boardman; and her grandchildren, Mark Hornak of Columbus, Caitlyn Ryan (Lee Ann Werner) of Westlake, Michael Ryan of Boardman, John Ryan of Akron, James Ryan of Boardman and Peter (fiancee Paisley Curtis) Ryan of Boardman. As well as, she left many beloved nieces and nephews throughout the nation.
She was preceded in loss of life by John, her expensive husband of 35 years; her dad and mom; sisters, Mary Kosik and Margaret Paully; and brothers , John Teringo, Ed Teringo and Andrew Teringo, all of Warren, and George Teringo of Niles.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a personal Christian burial service was held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020 at Vaschak-Kirila Funeral Residence.
The household wish to thank the workers and residents of Marian Assisted Residing Heart, North Lima, for bringing pleasure and friendship to her life. We might additionally prefer to thank the workers at Hospice of the Valley for his or her sort and mild care of Helen. In lieu of flowers, the household is requesting donations be made to the Marian Assisted Residing Heart Actions Division.
“No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no thoughts has conceived what God has ready for individuals who love Him.” 1 Cor. 2:9
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