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Jeanne (Regina) Farabaugh

1927 - 2020

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Jeanne (Regina) Farabaugh, formerly of Westshore Drive, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at Country Club Retirement Center in Ashtabula. Jeanne was born December 5, 1927 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania to Joseph and Regina New Glasstetter.  She was a graduate of St. Xavier Academy, Latrobe Pennsylvania and St. Mary’s College Notre Dame, Indiana.

She married Clarence P. Farabaugh of Greensburg on Thanksgiving Day 1951. They began their life together in...

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Jayne Juchnowski

July 24, 2020 2:37 PM
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Thinking of you and hoping the pictures will post soon...

Jayne Juchnowski

July 18, 2020 1:23 AM

It is said that a picture can speak a thousand words so I posted just a few in memory of you, ("Great") Grandma. You are missed and will always be loved! 

Jacob Pitchler

July 14, 2020 12:48 AM

I could not have asked for a better Grandmother! She was loving, careing, smart, she helped me with my school work as well as she helped teach me to read. She made some of the best food, especially her desserts like apple dumplings. Some of my more treasured memories was going on walks with her and Grandpa at the mall and sometimes getting to pick out a  cheap lego set. I enjoyed the family get togetheres at thier house, and the family reunions. I enjoyed going over and making gingerbread cookies with her and Zack. Grandma you will be greatly missed.    

The Juchnowskis

July 13, 2020 8:33 AM

I remember her as being a quiet and gentle soul. She was creative and artistic loving art and music. And a good cup of hot tea. She will be missed. We will be praying your family through the coming months as you grieve the loss. Diana & Chris   🌹

Joan Pitchler

July 12, 2020 12:41 AM
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I enjoyed many things which my mom was a big part of. She was there reading me stories when a toddler, teaching me how to bake as a young girl, allowing me to have my first date as an early teen, helping me through difficult times as a young wife and mother and always sharing the love and reverence of God throughout my life.There is just so much that could be said, a lifetime of always being there for dad, us children and all her grandchildren/great-grandchildren...she is truly loved and will be missed. I will remember her piano playing,,,,the Blue Danube, my dad's favorite and others growing up and in her last months.So glad the little ones got to see and hear her play. She loved her dogs especially, tolerating all of my pets when asked to care for them at times. She and dad taking us on vacations and sharing the joys of their past and our Nation'sgreat  history. I could go on and on. This I can only say, I hope to be a blessing to my family as much as my mother has been to me and my family. "I love you mom".

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