Loretta Ann Morabito
July 31, 1937 – September 12, 2019
Loretta A. Morabito (nee Facian) age 82. Passed away on Thursday, September 12, 2019 surrounded by her large and overwhelmingly loving family. Devoted wife of the late John J., Loving mother of Terri (Frank) Grace, Jeanne (Daniel) Mori, Susan Morabito, and Judi (Fred) Stevens, dearest grandmother of 16, great grandmother of 19, great great grandmother of 3, dear sister of Alice (Bob, deceased) Capka, and the following deceased Irene (John) Vasarab, Marge (Andy) Hritz, and Helen (Paul) Lackney, loving sister-in-law of Rita (Paul, deceased) Pollack and Carol (Tom) Wagner, dearest aunt and loved by many.
FAMILY WILL RECIEVE FRIENDS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2019, FROM 2-6 PM AT THE HOLICK CRACIUN FUNERAL HOME 23040 CENTER RIDGE RD. WESTLAKE 44145, where Funeral Services will be held Monday 11 am, family will receive friends 10 am until time of service.
- Celebration of Life Sunday, September 15, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, September 16, 2019
Loretta Ann Morabito
September 13, 2019
One of the sweetest memories I have for you - her family, was of the last visit I saw her in Orlando. She was in the swimming pool and you could tell, she loved it so much, it was a childlike happiness, it was pure and so great. I remember some of the family around. She was just keeping cool in the water, under the sun and not a worry in the world.. I don’t know why this memory over all the others is what I’m choosing to write about but I think it’s because that kind of happiness, those moments are a gift... and she was so present, in a way few people ever learn to be. It was such a simple moment, and she looked so beautiful. May she Rest In Peace. Your beautiful shiney- sparkly feisty grandma Loretta , she was one of a kind.
Michelle Leski (Baker)
September 12, 2019
Every time I think of Loretta I think of sliding down her steps at her condo. We were so young. She was the only one who would let us kids do this . Jeanie would be in her room with the black light posters and Aunt Terri would be in the kitchen with Susan and Judy. She was always smiling and laughing. I thought how lucky I was to have all of them part of our family. Loretta you have never changed. You were just as beautiful inside as you were on the outside. You and John always made me laugh and made me feel welcome. My heart truly goes out to the entire family and friends that were blessed and lucky to know you. You will be missed dearly but the memories of you will live on in the beautiful and loving family you created. I love you.