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Judith Meyers

Judith Ann Meyers (Weber)

Monday, May 3rd, 1943 - Sunday, April 12th, 2020
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Age 76, of New London, CT, formerly of Pittsburgh, peacefully passed away Sunday April 12, 2020, of natural causes. She was born to the late Robert and Mercedes (White) Weber and loving raised by Robert and Helen (Schneider) Weber. She was the beloved mother of Blaise (Sue), Dismas (Jan), Gabriel (Mike) Payne and Trudi (Paul) Morneau, as well as 10 grandchildren, Blaise II, Brian, Brittany, Jake, Savannah, Dana, Alicia, Anita, Brandy and Sean and six great-grandchildren, Charleigh, Darnell, Nevaeh, Nathan, Nolan, and Rhys. She is survived by her two sisters, Margaret Potanko and Catherine (Leonard) Zientarski (‘nee Weber); also survived by numerous nephews, nieces, cousins, many family and friends. Her nurturing brought out the best in all of us. She shaped multiple generations within the family through caring, fostering, and with her loving upbringing. A burial is scheduled at Queen of Heaven Cemetery and Mausoleum, 2900 Washington Road, McMurray, PA 15317, on Friday, April 17th at 10 a.m. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, a graveside service will not be held. Gravesite visits are permitted after the burial detail has left the site. Please add tributes at www.beinhauer.com.
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    Location
    Queen of Heaven Cemetery
    Address
    2900 Washington Road
    McMurray, PA 15317
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    Private Interment

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Tom and Manny Berardinelli

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Remembering "Judith Meyers" in our minds and in our hearts.
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Ava Meyers

Posted at 12:45pm
I wasn’t ready to say goodbye, Grandma, but when God needs another angel, he needs them. Thank you for everything you gave me – my creative side, my desire for family, my love of reading and animals, my dad who took care of me all my life, and all the love you could possibly give. I’ll never forget your warm hugs, or hearing your “gobble gobble gobble,” at Thanksgiving. You always knew what to say to comfort me or inspire me, and I swear my sentimental ways all come from you. I’ll miss you forever Grandma, and I’ll love you forever, because I know you felt the same way for me.
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Gabriel Payne

Posted at 07:14am
My mom planted good things in me and I know that she would want something good from her passing.
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