Eula Marie Volz

July 29, 1923 ‒ September 22, 2009

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Eula Marie Volz, age 86, of Allison Park, Pennsylvania, and formerly of Mansfield, passed away Tuesday morning September 22, 2009 in Vencentian Regency following a long illness.

She was born July 29, 1923 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri the daughter of Andrew Duncan and Helen Steinmann, and was a resident of Wyandotte, Michigan where she was graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1941.

On September 13, 1943 she married Fred E. Volz, the couple made their home in Mansfield later that year, where Eula and Fred remained residents.

For 20 years Eula worked in sales for the JC Penny Co. retiring in 1992.

Eula was a long time member of First Congregational Church in Lexington where she served as deacon. She was also active with the Berean Baptist Church Tuesday morning bible study. She was a volunteer at MedCentral for many years.

Eula was an excellent cook and her baked goods were unsurpassed. She especially loved spending time with and doting on her family.

She is survived by two sons and a daughter-in-law Fred E. Jr. and Brenda Volz of Willard, and Charles L. Volz of Mansfield; two daughters and sons-in-law Barbara L. and Ted Beal of Lexington, and Gayle A. and Chris Bacquet of Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania; ten grandchildren Tom M. Leech, Brian E. Leech, Heather M. Frazier, Victoria A. Iceman, Robin L. and Orlando Pearson, Charles F. Volz, Jason D. Volz, Jeffrey L. Volz, Jessica M. Volz, and Ephraim H. Bacquet; four step granddaughters Melissa Floyd, Rachel Floyd, Angel M. Johnson, and Randi M. Floyd, eight great grandchildren, brothers and sisters Andrew Duncan, of New York City, Kathryn Baines of Murfesboro, Tennessee, George Brinley of St. John, Michigan, along with numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.

In addition to her parents, Eula was preceded in death by her husband Fred E. Volz on June 7, 1998, and siblings Lee Duncan, Ruth Pryzlblski, and Alton Brinley.

Friends may call Thursday, September 24, 2009 from 5-8 p.m. in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where the funeral service will be held Friday morning at 11 am. Pastor David J. Smith will officiate, and burial will follow in Shauck Cemetery.

Memorial contributions to First Congregational Church may be made through the funeral home.

For those unable to attend, condolences may be expressed online by visiting: www.snyderfuneralhomes.com