YOUNGSTOWN — Victoria Frazzini Petrella, Campbell, Ohio, passed away Sunday morning (3-26-06) in St. Elizabeth Health Center. She was 87.

Mrs. Petrella was born June 6, 1918, in Campbell to Frank and Rosina DeRocchis Campione.

She was a homemaker and co-owner and operator of Vic and Syl Curb Service and was co-owner of local Burger Chef and Hardee’s restaurants.

As a member of St. Lucy Catholic Church, she belonged to its Altar and Rosary Society and Infant Jesus of Prague Guild. In 1966, she had an audience with the Pope.

Fondly called “Grandma Glitter, she was known for her garlic pizza, bread and rolls. For 27 years, she made all the homemade noodles and pizzelles for the West Middlesex baseball team-sponsored craft show held in November.

She was a member of the Silver Leaf Garden Club and enjoyed crocheting, exercising, dancing, games of chance and traveling, especially the 35 annual pilgrimages she made to St. Anne de Beaupre, Canada.

Her first husband, Sylvester J. Frazzini Sr., whom she married Aug. 27, 1938, passed away Nov. 27, 1969. Her second husband, John J. Petrella, whom she married Nov. 15, 1980, passed away June 22, 2005.

Surviving are: her family who loved her dearly: her children, Rose Marie, wife of John Makosky, Warren, Ohio; Syl Frazzini Jr., husband of Ginny, Hubbard; and Debbie, wife of Jerry Novosel, Pulaski; a daughter-in-law, Marian Frazzini, Valparaiso, Ind.; three sisters, Theresa Zetts, Mary Mazias and Clara Casal Woychik, all Campbell; a brother, Harold, husband of Alice Campion, Florida; a sister, Vera, wife of John Texter, Campbell; 14 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Besides her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by a son, Dr. Henry Frazzini; a brother, George Campion; a sister, Alvira Campione; and a granddaughter, Diana Lynn Moore.

A funeral Mass was held at 10 a.m. Wednesday (3-29-06) in St. Lucy’s Church.

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