Dan Grossi Obituary, Death – Dan Grossi has died. During World War II, he was a member of the United States Navy and served his country with distinction. He also gave his life for the country that he loved, the United States of America. In addition to being a founder member of the Brotherhood of the Grape, Dan was a member of the I.S.D.A., the Weirtonian Lodge, the Weirton Steel 25 Year Club, the Toastmasters Club, and the St. Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church. He was also a member of the Toastmasters Club.
After 34 years of service at Weirton Steel, where he had been employed as an electrician, Dan took his retirement package and left the company. In addition to that, he was an employee of the Hancock County Circuit Court for a total of twenty-six years, and he was the proprietor and manager of the A & W Root Beer Stand in Weirton for a total of ten years during that time. Both of these positions were held simultaneously.
In Weirton, at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, which is located at 3219 Main Street, friends and family will be given the opportunity to pay their respects on Thursday. The visitation is scheduled to take place beginning at three in the afternoon and continuing until eight o’clock in the evening. Dolores McGaughey Grossi of Weirton, West Virginia, who he married on November 10, 1951, is Dan’s surviving spouse. He is also survived by his two sons, Dan Grossi of Weirton, West Virginia, and Rich and Maria Grossi of Paris, Pennsylvania; his four daughters, Maria and David Robertson of Presto, Pennsylvania, Mary Ann and Doug Wells, Kathleen Grossi, and Dana and Ken Bailey all of Weirton; his brother, John T. Grossi