Eileen Petroski Obituary, A Resident Of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Has Died

Eileen Petroski Obituary, Death – Eileen Petroski of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania sadly passed away. Despite the fact that neither of Eileen Vohar’s parents, Peter and Elizabeth (Novak) Vohar, survived to see her birth, she was born on December 27, 1923. A family life that is healthy and joyful is important to Eileen.

Since she lost her father unexpectedly while she was still a little child, she has dedicated her time and efforts to taking care of the rest of her family. Once she had finally found and married Frank, the man of her dreams, she was finally able to settle down and concentrate on her duties as a homemaker and mother.

Eileen was committed to attending her beloved St. Francis of Assisi Church in Miners Mills, and once the building was permanently closed, she started attending St. Benedict’s Parish in Parsons. When the church finally permanently shuttered its doors, Eileen was quite unhappy. Eileen loved to listen to polka music as she cooked, and she did both of these activities regularly.

Her family and friends like her most well-known creations, which include apple pies, poppy seed and nut buns, and banana cream pies. Some of her brothers and sisters, including Mary Eslick, Ann Valatka, Peggy Matinas, Betty Dushner, George Vohar, and Mickey Vohar, predeceased her. On September 22, 1990, her spouse Frank Petroski passed away.

There are many people left behind, including her daughters Alice Logan of Toano, Virginia, and Eileen Washko of Plains, her granddaughters Lisa Logan-Davis and Jessica Washko, her great-grandsons Jason and Michael Grimes, her brothers Joseph Vohar and his wife Janet of Swoyersville, and Josephine Keller of Kingston, as well as a sizable number of nieces and nephews.