Analee Virginia Korzep

December 15, 1922June 8, 2018

Analee Ingram Korzep, age 95, of Tucson, AZ, passed away Friday, June 8 2018, at Brookdale Tanque Verde in Tucson. She was born December 15, 1922, in Martinsburg, West Virginia to the late Russel Jesse and Edna Pauline (Hays) Ingram. She was a graduate of Martinsburg High School and married Louis Edward Korzep on February 15, 1943.

Analee was a member of Bethel Assembly of God in Martinsburg, where she served as organist, pianist, and adult Sunday School teacher, until she moved to Tucson because of ill health. She was the first woman to be elected to the deacon board of the church. She and her husband owned and operated Berkeley Paint and Glass in Martinsburg.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband of 67 years, an infant son. Analee is survived by six children: Miriam Testasecca of Springfield, MO; Rachel (Ron) Darnell of Tucson; Daniel (Crystal) Korzep of Methuen, MA; Russ (Karen) Korzep of Martinsburg, WV; Ruth Brown of Leesburg, VA; and Lois (Jim) Machemer of Hagerstown, MD; seven grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

A graveside service will be held Wednesday, June 13, at 1:30 at East Lawn Palms Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Harmony Hospice, 1200 N. El Dorado Pl, Tucson, 85715


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Analee Virginia Korzep

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Lois/Jim Machemer

June 12, 2018

I’m writing to tell you how much I loved you. You always guided me on the right path, though I did stray from time to time, I knew I could count on you to lead me back to the straight and narrow.
I appreciated all the kindness, love and dedication you bestowed upon Joel and Rachel. You always went over and beyond for them. I’d like to THANK YOU:
For taking care of my children while putting me through nursing school and allowing us to live with you and dad all those many years.
For accepting my husband, Jim, into our family and for all the kindness and understanding you showed him.
For giving of your time energy and extreme patient’s while helping Joel to play the violin.
For teaching me how to shop for sales and save money.
There are not enough words to describe what a wonderful, caring and dedicated mother you were.
Analee (Mom),
I am so very grateful and humbled to have known you and Louis (Dad) these past 20 years and that you accepted me into the family with open arms. There are so many wonderful memories: Sunday dinners after church, your selflessness in caring for Joel and Rachel and the way you kept dad on his toes.
“Louis, did you sweep the floor?” Yes I did, he would reply. “Well do it again, it’s still dirty”. And he would dutifully do it again even though the floor was perfectly clean.
You will forever be in our hearts and prayers.

Joel Korzep

June 12, 2018

My grandmother has given so much to this family over the years. Many of us would not be where we are today if it wasn't for the care and love she put toward raising her children and many of her grandchildren. There were many times that she sacrificed her wants to give all of us what we needed growing up such as driving me to my violin lessons. She gave me a love of music, and a love for her cooking. She impacted many lives whether raising us or through the church. We all will really will miss her