Elizabeth A Workman

December 18, 1928 ~ February 1, 2022 (age 93)


Elizabeth Workman


Elizabeth Workman, 93, of Niles, passed away at Hospice of the Valley on February 1, 2022.  Elizabeth was born in Salem, Ohio on December 18, 1928. After graduating form Leetonia High School she married Harry Workman on June 12, 1946.  She was a member of the VFW of Girard and Vienna and spent her time as a homemaker.

Elizabeth is  survived by son Dan( Theresa) Workman of Kinsman, Ohio, brothers Kenneth Steer and Jerry (Evie) Steer of Damascus, Ohio and sister Wilda Shandle of Las Vegas. There are 6 grandchildren Kari Johsua of Las Vegas, Rebecca (Shawn) Osmon of Bazetta, Oh, Amanda (Terry) Peterson of Canton, Oh, Heather Weir of Bazetta, Oh, Alicia (Brandon) Moore of St Mary's, Georgia and Ashley (Joe) Crump of Columbus, Ohio.  There are two great grandchildren: Journee Rivers of Bazetta, Ohio and Emma Grace Moore of St Marys, Georgia along with several nieces and nephews.

Preceding Elizabeth is death are her husband, Harry on May 18,1999, daughter Vicki Joshua,  brother Melvin, sister Lois Sweeteye and a granddaughter Trina.

Elizabeth loved to shop, gamble, the Cleveland Browns, camping and socializing.  She enjoyed playing all games and enjoyed the grandchildren.  She loved cooking and celebrating the holidays.  She and Harry spent some years traveling the country.

Services will be held at a later time.

 Selby TJ Fox  Funeral Home was entrusted with the arrangements.


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