Mary Anne Zerucha

Died: November 25, 2010
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Zerucha, Mary Anne (nee Wrubel), 78, formerly of Fairview Park, OH entered into her eternal rest Thanksgiving Day. Dedicated & Beloved wife of the late Stephen Jr. Loving mother of Mary (Ralph) Jeffers, Therese (Rick) Tuers, Joseph (Teresa), Stephen (Carol), George (Inger), Anthony (Alma). Proud grandmother of Christopher, Rachel, Stephanie, Amanda, Natalie, and Gregory. Great grandmother of Gwenyth. Loving sister of Alex (Patricia) Wrubel and the late Joseph Wrubel.

A celebration of her full, dedicated, giving life begins on Friday, December 3, 2010 at the Humenik Funeral Chapel, 14200 Snow Road, Brook Park, OH from 2PM to 5:30PM and 7PM to 9:30PM.

Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist; 1007 Superior Avenue (E. 9th Street and Superior) at 10AM. Interment at Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Parma.

For those who wish, contributions may be made in her name for the education of Catholic Seminarians Worldwide; either at the Funeral Chapel during the viewing, or can be mailed to Alter Christus Apostolate & Foundation c/o George F. Zerucha, PO Box 222, Judson, TX 75660.

Visitation Details

Friday, December 3rd, 2010, 2:00pm – 5:30pm, Humenik Funeral Chapel

Friday, December 3rd, 2010, 7:00pm – 9:30pm, Humenik Funeral Chapel

Service Details

Saturday, December 4th, 2010, 10:00am, Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

Interment Details

Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery

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Died: November 25, 2010

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Terri Tuers posted on 12/6/10

Hi Mom, It's Terri. We all made it home safely from your funeral. I am sure you were praying for all of your children and grandchildren from Heaven, as we did the hardest thing we eveer had to do... plan your farewell. You would have been so proud of everyone. George and Christopher planned all the prayer services and your Mass. You were in the Cathedral!! CAn you believe that? And you rode in a fancy white limo!!!! Joe played trumpet, just like he did at Daddy's funeral. Amanda and I read the readings and Chris read the Gospel. Stephanie and Natalie took up the gifts. Mary ordered all the flowers for you. They were beautiful.... and she picked out your dress and earrings. I brought the pearls you gave me and George and Inger brought the sweater. As a Fashionista... you looked maaaaahvelous! Steve gave a wonderful talk at the funeral home and honored all your wishes..he read from Shakespeare, gave you a Frank Sinantra send off and even one last cigarette (Oh Mom!!!) Rachel and Rick read at the prayer services at the funeral home. Tony was his usually funny self and gave the most beautiful eulogy at the Cathedral! Afterwards, he stayed right there in the cemetery to make sure you were buried in the right spot, next to dad and grandpa. Joe and Teresa and the kids all put a wonderful lunch together and made your favorites... kielbasi and kapusta and Swedish Meatballs. Georgie gave a nice talk too. So many friends and family were there. You would have enjoyed it...for you always loved to entertain and stuff all of us with your good food and bakery! (hahaha!) Oh Mom, I miss you so much, but I know where you are...with Jesus, Mary, and all the saints you got to know while you were here. You are polka dancing with Dad and our 2 serts of grandparents. You are not in pain any more. You are the happiest you have ever been. And for that, I am so relieved and happy. My heart is broken and it actually hurts...if it continues, I promise to go to the cardiologist. The snow is starting to get real bad in Cleveland and across all the lake effect areas....we are grateful that this held off so we could all be there together. I love you Mom and Dad. Always have...always will. Please pray for all of us kids as we grieve. Pray that Georgie is healed and won't need any more surgery. Pray that all of us stay close to Jesus, so that we will be ready when he calls us home. Love you, Terri (AKA CHicken Little)