YOUNGSTOWN — Jeanne L. Miller McMaster handed away Sunday night, Could 16, 2021, precisely one month after her 96th birthday, surrounded by her loving household.
Jeanne was born April 16, 1925, in Youngstown, the eldest of two youngsters, to Joseph and Margaret Miller. She was a lifelong space resident.
Upon graduating from South Excessive College, Jeanne was employed as a secretary for Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. In 1948, she married the love of her life, Robert “Scotty” McMaster, and collectively they had been blessed with 4 sons, Gary, Greg, Ron and Scott. Jeanne’s boys had been her satisfaction and pleasure.
As a homemaker, Jeanne taught that elevating a household and being the loving and beneficiant help to these she cherished was certainly a full-time job. Jeanne cooked many scrumptious meals, was identified for her unbelievable pies, and she or he proved that filth had no place in her house.
She was a member of Boardman United Methodist Church for her grownup life, and it was there she taught her sons to like God.
She appeared ahead to election season, when she volunteered as a ballot employee on election days.
Each month, for greater than 70 years, Jeanne had card membership together with her closest mates, lots of whom she had identified since fourth grade. She additionally bowled within the Wednesday morning league at Boardman Lanes, making one other group of superb mates.
An avid sports activities fan, Jeanne at all times knew when the Browns and Indians had been taking part in and loved attending Indians video games together with her two oldest grandchildren.
Jeanne additionally cherished to journey. Vacationing together with her husband and mates in Hawaii, Mexico, California and New York created a few of her best recollections. She additionally steadily visited Florida, however it was her weekends at Lake Erie that she cherished most.
Jeanne leaves behind her 4 sons, Gary (Ruth) McMaster of Sitka, Alaska, Greg McMaster of Boardman, Ron (Cheryl) McMaster of Youngstown, and Scott (Ann Michelle) McMaster of Boardman; her beloved eight grandchildren, Faye and Daybreak McMaster, Nicole (George) Zetts, Dustin, Michael (Lauryn), Danny, Scotty and Shannon McMaster; and 5 great-grandchildren, Ava McKay, Georgio, Vincenzo, Antonio, and Francesca. She additionally can be missed by her prolonged household of cousins, nieces, and nephews, in addition to mates and neighbors.
Jeanne was preceded in demise by her dad and mom; her husband, Robert McMaster, in 1999; and her brother, George Miller.
Jeanne’s household wish to specific honest gratitude to Violet, Jeanne’s niece Xandra, and the whole employees of Hospice of The Valley for the care and compassion proven to Jeanne and them all through this troublesome time.
Household and mates might pay their respects 11 a.m. till 12:50 p.m. Friday, Could 21, 2021, with a funeral service to observe at 1 p.m., all on the Thompson-Filicky Funeral House, 4221 Market St., Boardman, with the Rev. Matt Ferguson officiating.
Burial will happen privately in Forest Garden Memorial Park, Boardman.
The household and funeral house can be training social distancing and correct well being protocols. Please observe all tips. The 6-foot social-distancing rule can be honored, and all visitors should put on a masks.
The McMaster household understands in the event you really feel uncomfortable or if you’re unable to attend. Please maintain them and Jeanne in your ideas and prayers.
Household and mates might go to www.thompsonfh1932.com to view this obituary, signal the visitor e-book or ship condolences to Jeanne’s household.