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Grace G. Fascetti
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“Dear Debbie, Cindy, Chuck, Tina and families, My family and I were very saddened by the news of Graces passing. How fortunate to have been given...Read More ยป
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Age 88, born July 17, 1931, from Johnstown, Brookline, most recently Bethel Park. Loving daughter of the late Rose McClendon and Anthony Gangemi. Sister to Frank McClendon and the late Jennifer Gangemi. Former Spouse of Charles Fascetti, Mother to Debbie (Dan) Mancuso, Chuck Fascetti, Cindy (Barry) Rack, Tina (Tom) DeLorenzo, and her late son Robert Fascetti. Grandmother to Danny (Carey) Mancuso, Chaz (Chrissy) Fascetti, Justin (Mallery) Fascetti, Jordan (Lori) Fascetti, Anthony Rack, Christina Zeuger, Candice (Maura) Fascetti, & Maro DeLorenzo. Great-grandmother of Josh, Julia, Bella, Cameron, Mya, Adriana, & Daughtry. Grace took pride in her family and her work. Her most accomplished position was HR for Kopper's supporting thousands of employees. She loved making her porcelain dolls, her politics and spending time with her family. Grace left us peacefully with her family surrounding her. She loved the Lord and would discuss with him nightly how she was not ready to come home yet. We looked at her as a source of strength. When we forgot our self worth, she reminded us. If we made a mistake, she'd be the first one to check us. If we were sad, she reminded us that we came from a long line of strong and resilient women that knew how to pick themselves up and handle it. But most importantly, she rejoiced in all of our successes as if they were her own constantly reminding us how far we have come and how far she knows we can go. Our biggest cheerleader and supporter. How lucky our family was to have such a woman that loved us so much and was able to be so many things to us. A Private Service will be on Thursday, May 7, 2020, at WILLIAM SLATER II FUNERAL SERVICE, Scott Twp. (412-563-2800) with a Celebration of Life Service at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to: http://liverlifewalk.org/newyorkcity/support/#teamgratitude