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Calling Hours:
Thursday, December 28, 2023, 10:00am-12:00pm
Adamsville Presbyterian Church
3979 Main St., Adamsville, PA

Funeral Service:
Thursday, December 28, 2023, 12:00pm
Adamsville Presbyterian Church
3979 Main St., Adamsville, PA
Rev. Julia Fraser, Chaplain of St. Paul's, officiating

Burial will be in Rocky Glen Cemetery

Mabel L. Mrvos, age 96, of Adamsville Rd., Hartstown passed away Thursday morning, December 21, 2023 in St. Paul’s Senior Living Community. She was born in Adamsville on December 20, 1927 a daughter of Wendell and Bessie (Berlin) Andrews.

She was a graduate of East Fallowfield High School. She was previously employed at Westinghouse in Meadville for 12 years, Garvin Industries in Adamsville for 20 years, and Daffins Candies in Greenville for 12 years. Mabel was an active member of Adamsville Presbyterian Church where she sang in the choir, taught Sunday school, bible study, helped with dinners, and was a part of missionary ladies. Church was always a vital part of her life. She enjoyed bowling and gardening.

Mabel put everyone before herself. She was an animal lover, a good listener, and most of all an amazing mother, grandmother, aunt, and friend. She endured a lot in the past several years but was always so determined and bounced back many times. She always said to never give up and to carry on.

She is survived by two daughters, Martha “Marty” Agnew and her husband Bill of Linesville, Beverly Burg of Venetia, PA; a son, Michael Mrvos of Hartstown; five grandchildren, Amanda Agnew, Andrew “Erika” Agnew, Alissa Agnew “Alex Welch”, Kevin “Savanna” Burg, and Jenna “Justin” Letts; three great grandchildren, William Agnew, Heidi Burg, and Peter Burg; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by an infant daughter Marsha Lou Mrvos, two sisters Peggy Greco and Mary Unger, a brother Robert Andrews, son-in-law Todd Burg, a great nephew Michael Byler.

Memorial contributions may be made to Adamsville Presbyterian Church, 3979 Main St., Adamsville, PA 16110. Arrangements have been entrusted to LOUTZENHISER-RANDALL FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION SERVICES, 416 LIBERTY ST., JAMESTOWN.

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4 Comments

  1. Linda McConnell Baker Linda McConnell Baker
    December 23, 2023    

    It is with great sadness in reading of Mrs. Mrvos passing. At the same time, it brings back such joy in hearing her name. She was always a sweet gentle woman in my life. I have many fond memories and she was such a big part of my Adamsville Church family.
    You all have my deepest sympathy. I know when Mrs. Mrvos arrived home, she was greeted with much love.

  2. Kim Kim
    December 26, 2023    

    Mike, Beverly, Marty, and Lori –

    We will miss your mom/aunt greatly. Loved and respected, Mabel and the entire Andrews family, were pillars of the Adamsville Presbyterian Church. We referred to the “old guard” later in life – the strong, faithful ladies of APC who kept things running smoothly; Mabel was one of them. Whether bowling, attending bible study or church service, or working in the kitchen handling pancakes or sausage, Mabel always had a smile and kind word to share. She certainly met her later-in-life health challenges with strength and grace. I like to think she received a grand greeting from the Adamsville ladies, like Genevieve, Geraldine B., Vi, “the Bettys,” etc. who have gone before. Dear family, may you find peace and comfort in knowing you were a loving and caring prescence to her, and she was a believer.

  3. Kim (Logue) & Matt Smargiasso Kim (Logue) & Matt Smargiasso
    December 26, 2023    

    Let’s try this again…

    Mike, Beverly, Marty, and Lori –

    We will miss your mom/aunt greatly. Loved and respected, Mabel and the entire Andrews family, were pillars of the Adamsville Presbyterian Church. We referred to the “old guard” later in life – the strong, faithful ladies of APC who kept things running smoothly; Mabel was one of them. Whether bowling, attending bible study or church service, or working in the kitchen handling pancakes or sausage, Mabel always had a smile and kind word to share. She certainly met her later-in-life health challenges with strength and grace. I like to think she received a grand greeting from the Adamsville ladies, like Genevieve, Geraldine B., Vi, “the Bettys,” etc. who have gone before. Dear family, may you find peace and comfort in knowing you were a loving and caring prescence to her, and she was a believer.

  4. Bunmi Bunmi
    January 8, 2024    

    I am deeply sorry for the loss of your family member dear to you, Mabel Mrvos. My heartfelt sympathy goes to your entire family during this difficult time. But it is heartwarming to learn that God feels for you and he longs for the time when he will bring back to life your loved ones sleeping in death according to John 5:28,29. Meanwhile, may the God of all comfort be able to comfort your entire family.

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