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Lorraine (Guerrieri) Condit
July 30, 1928 ~ May 7, 2023 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Lorraine D. (Guerrieri) Condit, 94, of Economy Borough, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by love, Sunday morning, May 7th, 2023.
Born July 30, 1928, in Ambridge, she was a daughter of the late Alceste (Chester) and Assunta (Anna Costanza) Guerrieri. As a young woman, Lorraine worked for the Witherspoon family, The Union Supply Company, G.C. Murphy’s and the S.S. Kresge Company. As an “empty nester”, she later worked in the dietary department for the Sisters of Saint Joseph Convent in Baden. Foremost in her life, she was a Mom and homemaker. Her ‘home’ was her haven. In 1985, along with husband Charles, she was fortunately able to enjoy many years of retirement.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Charles E. Condit; son Kenneth A. Condit; grandson, Kenneth David Condit; five of her siblings, Stella Lucy Guerrieri; Antoinette (Gloria) Sumko; Rudolph (Rudy) Guerrieri; Alceste (Al) Guerrieri Jr.; and Sue Hamrick; along with her husband’s parents, eight sisters-in-law and nine brothers-in-law.
She is survived by her daughter, Stella L. Condit of Economy Borough with whom she resided; daughter-in-law Encar (Roa) Condit; granddaughter, Stephanie Lynn; great-grandchildren, Sierra and Logan; and great-great grandson, Aiden, all of Florida; Sister, Mirella Krauss of Texas; Sister and Brother-in-law, Marie and Jerome Kempisty of Florida and her special grand-pups, Benji and Snoopy. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Born of Italian immigrants, Lorraine was passionate about genealogy. Her family research spanned continents and with an eye for detail encompassed a labor of love for more than 50 years. She eagerly shared her knowledge and in her younger years taught genealogy classes.
She was a baptized member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was humbled, along with her husband, to have fulfilled a church mission in 1994. She served in various gospel capacities and most enjoyed teaching Sunday School to children, youth and adults. As she never failed to read her scriptures, her faith committed her to a testimony of the life, teachings and mission of Jesus Christ and a knowledge of God as a loving Heavenly Father. Her fervent belief that there is life after death and that family ties are bound through eternity brought her comfort to her mortal end.
As per her wishes, private burial arrangements were handled by the Bohn-Matich Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc., 1099 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pennsylvania. On Wednesday, May 10, 2023, her body was laid to rest beside her husband and grandson in Economy Cemetery, Economy Borough, Pennsylvania.
If wished, memorial contributions may be made in her name to
The Humanitarian Aid Fund: https://philanthropies.churchofjesuschrist.org/humanitarian-services/
Stella wishes to extend a special thanks to Three Oaks Hospice staff whose home care service was outstanding. A heartfelt thanks to her mom’s “above and beyond” loving and tenderhearted nurse Nicole, kind and gentle aide Rose and exceptionally caring director Kelley, whose promise of ‘the utmost compassionate care’ never failed. Stella also wishes to extend her extreme gratitude to Dr. James Meditch and his attentive staff for providing her mom years of dedicated healthcare.
- For Mom,
This year ‘Mother’s Day’ will be different
No card, no flowers, no dinner plans, no sweet treat …
I’ll think of years past,
Of portrait silhouettes, tiny hand prints and crayon drawings