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Zenith P. Sirbaugh
Date of Death: March 12, 2015
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Thursday 3/19, 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
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     Zenith Poland Sirbaugh departed on her heavenly journey March 12, 2015 after 91 years of life.  Born April 28, 1923 in Inkerton, WV to Bryan Carl and Della Weese Poland, she often expressed awe and appreciation for her parents raising three children during the Great Depression.  Zenith was a graduate of Capon Bridge High …
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Linda Beavers left a message on March 14, 2015:
Zenith was the epitome of a good neighbor to my husband and me. We tried to be the same to her, but she was a hard act to follow. Once when my husband was in UVA Hospital, she asked if she could ride down with me to visit her brother, who was also in the hospital. She and I had the best conversations on the way down. We picked up my husband and started back home. She insisted on stopping for lunch, her treat. It wasn't necessary to us, but it was to her. We will always remember with great admiration and love. Linda & Tom Beavers
Robin Rose & John Harrell left a message on March 19, 2015:
So sorry for your loss.
Mona Poland Rawles left a message on March 19, 2015:
Much love to all family and friends who cared about this amazing woman. I am so proud to call her Aunt, and will miss her so very much. Please give Daddy a hug and kiss for me.
Cindy Ballenger left a message on March 18, 2015:
Sorry for your loss, she was a great woman.
Dolly Armentrout left a message on March 18, 2015:
With regret, she will be missed.
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Michael and Peggy Wolford left a message on March 17, 2015:
I have so many fond memories of Zenith and her family. As a child, I always found it very exciting when Junior, Zenith, Beverly and Allen would come to Ohio or our family would make the trip to Virginia to visit. Our trips always included a stop at Junior and Zenith’s home. Zenith was the perfect hostess to offer a meal and/or lodging. She is remembered as being positive and cheery. Her laughter and smile was a blessing to any day. Zenith was a loving and proud wife, mother and grandmother. She was truly the salt of the earth! I was fortunate that my wife was able to meet such a wonderful relative in the last few years of our travels. Our hearts are heavy Beverly, Allen and all associated family and friends! I pray that your sorrow will soon be replaced by loving memories!
Marsh M Wolford left a message on March 16, 2015:
For many years gene and I and our kids would go back to VA. to visit. Our favorite place to stay was with Jr. and Zenith.They always made us, family and all feel welcome and special.Zenith was a lovely lady with a big heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with Beverly and Alan and their familys. With loving memories Marsh Wolford.
Denny E. Sirbaugh left a message on March 15, 2015:
Our sincere condolences go out to Beverly Ridings(Zenith's daughter), Alan Sirbaugh(Zenith's son), and their families. Zenith was one of my favorite aunts and throughout the years I always looked forward to driving out to see her and my father's twin brother(Harry Jr. - Zenith's husband). We had such wonderful times as Zenith always exhibited her boundless energy by leading my family throughout the hills of Virginia and West Virginia in search of old Sirbaugh haunts. These excursions were always followed by lunch served up by Zenith and great conversation and laughs with Junior and Zenith. I fondly remember the old gas station, the old farm, and marveling at Zenith's energy level and wit well into her 80's. The grand old lady(my last aunt) will be greatly missed by this nephew.
Michelle Wolford Yeater left a message on March 15, 2015:
Zenith was my great aunt. My paternal grandmother was Harry Jr.'s sister, Norma Sirbaugh Wolford. I remember many trips to Virginia as a child. We always visited Junior and Zenith and they welcomed us with open arms. Zenith was quite the southern lady......and I loved her laugh. Bev and Allen, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this very difficult time. Shelley Wolford Yeater
Gale Alderman Newlin left a message on March 20, 2015:
Bev, Alan and Family, So sorry to hear the passing of your Mom. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. I have wonderful memories of your Mom and her work with us kids at Old Bethel Church. She will be Missed!!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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