STEUBENVILLE — In reminiscence of Judith Ann Coleman Hoover, born Oct. 12, 1938, in Steubenville, who handed away peacefully Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020, in Melbourne, Fla. Preceded in demise by her mother and father, Harry Coleman and Wilma Copeland Coleman; and her sister, Shirley Mae Coleman Burns.
Judith was born and raised in Steubenville, then resided in Elizabethtown, Ky. (1960-1961), Boardman (1960 -1988), Valencia, Calif. (1988-2006) and Melbourne, Fla. (2006-2020). She leaves behind one son, Christopher (Susanne) Hoover of Encinitas, Calif.; two daughters, Cynthia Lynn Hoover of Torrance, Calif. and Marcy Ann Hoover, with whom she made a house, of Melbourne, Fla.; and two grandchildren, Niklas Hoover and Lena Hoover, each of Encinitas, Calif.
Judith attended Wintersville Excessive College (1952-1956) and Mount Union Faculty (1956-1960), the place she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta (Gamma Chapter) and the Lauiger Senior Ladies’s Honorary. She furthered her schooling at Kent State College within the early 1960s, the place she was accepted to the Grasp of Arts in English program, and continued her post-graduate schooling at Youngstown State College, the place she studied economics and actual property legislation and principals within the early 1980s.
She began her profession as an English trainer in Elizabethtown, Ky., and went on to show at Boardman Excessive College, North Lima Excessive College, Youngstown State College and Hart Excessive College. Within the 1980s, she started work as a monetary counselor at IDS / American Categorical in Boardman, throughout which era she studied and obtained her Collection 7 safety license. After her transfer to California, Judith continued serving to households with funds as a monetary planner at Built-in Monetary, Braemar Monetary and Nice Western Bank, all in Los Angeles County. Most notably, Judith additionally labored as an authorized counselor / AARP at By Design Monetary Options in Granada Hills, Calif. and as a NFCC Licensed Counselor at Client Credit score Counseling Service of Los Angeles, Calif.
Judith was an energetic member of Junior League of Youngstown and carried out as a soprano within the church choir on the First Covenant Church (1960-1982) in Boardman. She was previously married to Dean R. Hoover, at Starkdale United Presbyterian Church in Steubenville, in June of 1960.
Personal graveside companies will probably be held in Union Cemetery in Steubenville. In lieu of flowers, the household asks you to please think about making a donation to the St. Jude Youngsters’s Analysis Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105, email@example.com, 1-800-478-5833.