Anna Mary Frye
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Anna Mary Frye
Anna was born on May 30, 1922 in Jennerstown, PA the daughter of the late Samuel and Prescosia Paulina Sikinow.
After graduating from Farmington High School, Anna was employed at Westinghouse Corporation in Fairmont during World War II. She was dedicated to her work at Westinghouse and was truly a "Rosie the Riveter" during that time, often working long hours and work shifts for the benefit of the war effort.
Following the war, Anna was married to her loving late husband Henry Nathaniel Frye for 67 years. She was extremely proud of raising her two sons Gregory Henry Frye of Huntersville, North Carolina and Ronald Nathaniel Frye of Freeport, Maine.
Anna created a loving home for her husband and two sons and thoroughly enjoyed her hobbies of flower gardening, home design, baking, and holiday cooking. She enjoyed creating a beautiful home for her family and especially delighted in celebrating holiday events with her family.
Anna was a member of First United Methodist Church in Fairmont (now Life United Methodist). Anna volunteered over 50 years to the Altar Guild and Methodist Women's Church Circle. She was also a member of the Green Hills garden club and enjoyed garden tours in Fairmont. She earnestly enjoyed family summer beach vacations, as well as adventurous travel throughout the U.S. with her husband.
Anna is survived by her two sons Gregory Henry (Rita) Frye of Huntersville, NC and Ronald Nathaniel Frye of Freeport, Maine., her two grandsons Gregory Casey Frye of Charlotte, NC and Blake Austin Frye of Orlando, Florida and also a great-grandson Chace.
Anna was preceded in death by her brother George Sikinow (Vera) of Farmington, Elsie Beavan (Arthur) of Columbus, Ohio, Kathryn Campbell (Bill) of Atlanta, Georgia, and Ann McCoy (Robert) of Grays Flats, West Virginia.
Anna is also survived by very special nieces Betty Cunningham of Farmington, West Virginia, Patricia (Scott) King of Morgantown, West Virginia, Linda Watson (CB) of Rancho Mission Viejo, California, and Doris Jean Walls of Columbus, Ohio.
Funeral arrangements are being handled by Domico Funeral home and a private family burial will be held at the West Virginia National Cemetery in Grafton, West Virginia.
The family wishes to thank the staff at Fitzwater Assisted Living for their passionate and loving care for Anna. In addition, the family greatly appreciated the professional and compassionate services offered by the WVU Medicine Hospice organization.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to the Marion County Humane Society and Life United Methodist Church in Fairmont.
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