Eleanor Yurcho Pearce

November 13, 1922 - April 20, 2013
Wroblewski Funeral Home
1442 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, PA 18704
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Eleanor Yurcho Pearce, 90, a resident of Forty Fort, entered into eternal life suddenly on Saturday, April 20, 2013, at the Wilkes-Barre General Hospital.   She was known to her friends as Ellie and was a coalminer’s daughter born on November 13, 1922 in Hazleton, the daughter of the late Mary Petrisko and Joseph Yurcho.Continue Reading

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Melanie and Fra... left a message on May 2, 2013:
Jean and George, We were so shocked to hear your mother passed away. Where does life go. I remember going to the apartments with you and watching Mrs. Pearce, she was always full of energy, doing everything, such a hard worker, She was thankful that you and George were there to help her, now she'll be up in heaven helping the angels .If there is anything you need please let us know . Our Sincere sympathy. Love Melanie, Frank and family
Cindy Badomi left a message on May 1, 2013:
Dear Jean and George, I am truly sorry to hear about your beautiful mother. I will always admire in my heart watching your dedication and love you had always shown to her throughtout the years. I will miss the many times we all sat around telling our stories watching your mothers face light up with that beautiful smile. Many blessing and prayers to you and your family. Love, Cindy
Ron & Meg left a message on April 30, 2013:
Dear Bill & Barb, so sorry to hear the passing of your Mom. Similar to my Mom, it appears she lived a long and productive life. Years before my Mom passed, we did a tribute video to her that included the lyrics from the song: "You are the wings beneath my wings." Hope those comforting words help with your grief during the days and months ahead: It might have appeared to go unnoticed, but I've got it all here in my heart. I want you to know I know the truth, of course I know it. I would be nothing without you. Love, Ron & Meg
Jodie Eichhorn ... left a message on April 30, 2013:
Dear Jean and George, So sorry to hear about your mom ,It was always so nice to see her when you brought her over to moms house , all the times we talked I never knew she had grandchildren. I feel bad for everyone, just know if you need anything we will be here for you ,All our thoughts and prayers. Jodie and family
Wendy Narcum left a message on April 29, 2013:
Gloria and George, I saw your moms picture and thought how upset you must be .I always remember you and George with her no matter where we saw you ,those were memories you can never forget ,they were some good times ,its not easy to say good bye to the people we love. I know time does help . God will give you both strength. Love Wendy and boys
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Sandy and Ralph... left a message on April 29, 2013:
Dear Gloria and George, I was so sad to hear of the passing of your mom. I know it has to be a very painful time for you both. All the love and caring things you both have done for her can never be taken away ,you were always there for her . God Bless you always. Love You Both our prayers are with you. Sandy and Ralph
Vicky and Antho... left a message on April 29, 2013:
Gloria and George, So sorry to hear about your mother ,she was such a nice person ,I remember the times you brought her to my moms house and we would sit and talk. Gloria and George you were always special to her. Remember those good times to get thru these sad times .We are here for you. All Our Love Vicky and Anthony
Mary/Jim Ruth left a message on April 23, 2013:
We are so sorry to learn of your mom's passing. We had the first apt. near the house for 6 wonderful years. Your mom was the dearest person to us; she told us about herself and we all shared stories. when our first son was born, oh, how she loved seeing him. Living there was the best place we had, especially when our son was little; that big driveway was the best. Years later, i visited your mom when she had a hip replacement, I think? at John Heinz. She was a bit shocked to see me, but the size of her smile when I told her who I was and she remembered :-) I sat and visited with her a while; and i know she appreciated that. Ellie was a dear lady with a big heart!!!
Joe Supulski left a message on April 23, 2013:
I met Ellie more than 25 years ago when she hired me as a contractor to help do repairs on her apartments. She was a sharp businesswoman yet a compassionate friend. Willing to give anyone the benefit of the doubt...for a meal...a place to stay....or an ear to listen. Even after I left my contracting business, Ellie still sent me the annual Christmas card, called me for advice about her properties, called me from time to time just because she was thinking about me...and we talked about how her beloved 'Kiko' was doing and asked about my wife and pets. When Ellie would call or I'd stop by, we'd always ended up talking about our faith in Jesus Christ. St Paul once wrote of those whom he had converted and nurtered in the Faith: "You are living epistles, known and read by all men." Ellie was such a 'living epistle'. Anyone who ever met Ellie came to know Jesus by her love...and her own sufferings. Thank you, Ellie, for taking in this 'stray' and giving him a permanent home in your heart! Joe Supulski
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Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Thank you for trusting us to care for your loved one. May comfort and peace surround all of you.
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