There were no calling hours for Mary “Maggie” Catullo Meyers, 96, who passed away Friday, January 11, 2019, at Briarfield Manor. She had been a resident at the Inn at Glenellen for almost seven years.
Maggie was born May 15, 1922, in Youngstown, the daughter of Matteo and Maria Donato Catullo.
She was a 1940 graduate of East High School and was a member of its National Honor Society.
Maggie was a long-time member of St. Matthias Church (Our Lady of Sorrows) and was a member of its Infant Jesus of Prague Guild and served as its secretary.
Maggie was an avid bowler and a member of the Wednesday Idlers, Grandmothers and the Italian-American mixed foursome leagues, with the Wednesday Idlers being her favorite.
Maggie is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Patricia Houck of Chesapeake, Virginia and Laura Meyers of Tallmadge; son, Joseph A. Meyers of Fort Myers, Florida; sister, Amelia Knapick of Youngstown; brother, Joseph (Sue) Catullo of Boardman; six grandchildren, Julie (Bob) Schaeffer of Chesapeake, Virginia, Christopher Boyle of West Haven, Connecticut, Donny Houck of Columbus, David (Karen) Houck of Canfield, Jesse (Kelly) Brotje of North Royalton, Jamie Sipps of Cuyahoga Falls and three great-grandchildren, Corey Schaeffer, Kristen Boyle and Ava Elise Brotje.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Joseph “Bud” Meyers, whom she married on December 14, 1943, at Immaculate Conception Church in Youngstown; an infant son, Vincent; daughter, Kathleen Levine; two brothers, Anthony and Patsy Catullo; a sister, Sue (Joseph) LoCicero and a son-in-law, Donald A. Houck, Sr.
Maggie will be laid to rest at Lake Park Cemetery alongside her husband, Joseph.
Family requests any material contributions in memory of Maggie be made to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44512.
Arrangements are being handled by the Fox Funeral Home.