In Memoriam: Lorraine Klein

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Lorraine Klein

d. November 9, 2013

May she rest in peace.



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    Mon 11th Nov 2013 at 2:58 pm

    I was very blessed to know Lorraine. She became a member of Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court Westinghouse #759 when the Swissvale court closed. Our Court and all who were fortunate enough to be touched by Lorraine, knew a very fine lady and we are all better because of her. Rest in Peace, Lorraine. I love you – Lisa

  2. Elizabeth Leiser

    Wed 13th Nov 2013 at 6:02 pm

    We were so sorry to hear of the death of our cousin Sis Klein. We were childhood friends and, while we each went our separate ways as adults, we remained friends. Sis was a kind and wonderful person who loved her church. During all her many years of health problems she remained up beat and pleasant. We will miss her but know she is now in the hands of her Lord, Jesus Christ. May she rest in heavenly peace.
    Reda, Betty and Carol

  3. Father Metzler

    Thu 14th Nov 2013 at 9:56 am

    I am grateful for the dedicated service Lorraine gave, not only to St. James parish, but to the Wilkinsburg soup kitchen, the Red Door at St. Mary’s of the Point, and to all groups who benefited from her commitment to volunteerism in the name of the Lord. I have known Loraine from the days I took communion to her beloved mother at home when I first came to St. James parish. May they all Rest in Peace. Father Metzler

  4. David Aleva

    Thu 14th Nov 2013 at 4:56 pm

    Lorraine was an inspiration to me and to all who were fortunate enough to know her. She truly lived the Gospels, serving all who needed her help with true Christian charity. May God grant her a high place in heaven!

  5. Joyce Spark

    Wed 20th Nov 2013 at 1:02 am

    Sis was my friend for 58 years, from high school days until her death. We skated, danced, laughed, vacationed and wallowed in our love of the theatre organ and its music. I never saw Sis happier than when we attended the ATOS conventions. I admired her dedication to the less fortunate. Wherever we went, if there was someone in need of help, she was the first to offer assistance. It was so hard to see her deal with all of her health problems; but with her solid faith in the Lord, she pushed through everyday with determination not to let them interfere with the life that she wanted to lead. I was never aware of the many lives that she touched until her funeral services. She was an inspiration to all who knew her. I’m certain that God has welcomed His most faithful servant into His many mansions. Sis will have my love forever.
    Til we meet again, friend……..Joyce

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