Stella C. Misoyianis
April 15, 1929 – September 13, 2018
Stella Caravas-Misoyianis Born in Weirton, W.Va. only child of immigrant parents Irene Kontokosta Caravas and Gust. She married Charles Kyriako Misoyianis 1953 in Brooklyn, NT. They were childhood sweethearts and married as soon as the Korean Was ended. They have no children. They do have 12 godchildren. Stella attended Weir High School, west Liberty College, Geneva and WVU. Taught school 4 years in Weirton, 26 years in Steubenville, Ohio. Retired in 1979 at the age of 50 and then moved to Clearwater. Very active in her career. Life member of Ohio Teachers, ST.R, past president and present member of All Saints Philoptochos, honored by the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Pittsburg for outstanding work in her diocese. Charter member of the Pallas-Athene Chapter of the daughters of Penelope Choir and Jr. Goya Advisor, past president of the Karthamelian Society, member of Ayia Markella-Weirton and Steubenville, Ohio. Member of All Saints Church in Weirton, where she served 10 years on the board and past treasurer. Previous member of the Weirton Woman’s Club, Elks, VFW and Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, and member United Way. At West Liberty, she belonged to Nathan Shotwell Society in which she left a Scholastic Endownment in her memory. In Florida she taughe Sunday School at St. Stefanos Church and along with her husband, started the Agape Seniors Club. She was a member of holy Trinity Church-Clearwater, St.Stefanos-St. Petersburg, St. Raphael, Nicholas and Irene-Palm Harbor, All Saints in Weirton. Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park Peacefield Mausoleum-Clearwater.
- Visitation Monday, September 17, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, September 17, 2018
- Committal Service Monday, September 17, 2018
Stella C. Misoyianis
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September 15, 2018
Stella and Charlie were both beautiful people. They were very kind to me and my children during our time at St. Raphael, Nicholas and Irene Church, and at Holy Trinity. May her memory be eternal.