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Lucille Marie (Fabian) Hartman

Died: Sat., Aug. 21, 2010

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Lucille Marie (Fabian) Hartman of Edgewood, age 75, on Saturday, died peacefully on August 21, 2010 with her family at her side. She is finally home with our Heavenly Father and we all love you. Daughter of the late Angel and Florence Fabian. Beloved wife of Albert C. Hartman for 54 years. Cherished mother of Mary Ann Hartman of Forest Hills, Nancy (Dan) Sudsina of North Huntingdon, Diane Kemmerer of Oakmont and Carol (Jim) Tessauro of Edgewood. Loving grandmother of 7 and great-grandmother of 5. Sister of Louis (Mary) Fabian of Blawnox and the late Francis (surviving wife, Catherine) Fabian. Sister-in-law of Jackie Dragies and Jean and Lou Stempler. Lucille was a longtime member and former deacon of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Edgewood. Her family is grateful for the excellent care provided by Hillman Cancer Center and Forbes Hospice. A special thanks to her long time friends, Dave and Bert Hart. Friends welcome Monday 5-8 pm at Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home 700 Linden Ave., East Pittsburgh 15112. (412-824-8800) with a Prayer Service at 8pm. A Memorial Service will be held in the Presbyterian Church of Edgewood on Saturday, Aug. 28. at 10 a.m. Memorial Donations may be made personally to the family or sent to the funeral home.

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sherry Skutski

Please allow me to extend my heartfelt condolences for the recent loss of your loved one. I, too, have lost a family member and feel that pain.I was comforted by the realization of the resurrection hope that was promised at Acts 17:31 in the Bible where God furnished a guarantee to all men in that He resurrected his Son from the dead. Since the word resurrected means a “restanding to life” our loved ones would be sleeping in death. Jesus said this when referring to his friend Lazarus at John 11:11; “Lazarus our friend has gone to rest, but I am journeying there to awaken him from sleep.”With such wonderful prospects for the return of the dead, the Bible speaks comfortingly how they will return to a cleansed earth, a new world of God’s making, to be joined with their loved ones. If I can be of further comfort to you, please feel free to write to me at the above address. I would love to answer any questions that you might have. Be assured of my deepest sympathy.

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