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Schuylkill County Obituaries

Joan Fucci, 81 – Enjoyed Shopping and Word Search Puzzles

Joan C. Fucci, 81, of Gordon, passed away Monday April 6, at the Lehigh Valley Medical Center, East Norwegian St., Pottsville.

Born in Frackville, November 27, 1938, she was the daughter of the late William and Tillie Kozlowski Green. She was a graduate of the former Frackville High School, class of 1956.

She was employed for Ashland Shirt Factory (Gitman Brothers), as a sewing machine operator until her retirement in 2007.

Joan loved shopping, spending time with her grandchildren, and doing word search puzzles.

She was a member of Simpson United Methodist Church, Gordon.

Preceding her in death was a son, Fred Fucci Jr., passing in September 1998, sisters, Irene Herb, and Estelle LaTorre, and a brother, William Green Jr.


Daughter: Terri Gerber and her companion, Shawn Gillespie, New Ringgold

Son: Paul Fucci, and his wife Elaine, Gordon

Son: Patrick Fucci and his wife Anita, Bristow, Virginia

Sister: Virginia Green, Ambler, PA

Brother: Jerry Green and his wife Donna, Easton

Grandchildren: Ryan Fucci and his companion Emma, Ian Fucci and his wife Erika, Evan Fucci and his companion Jenn. Mason and Braydon Gerber, Abigail, Jacob and Nicholas Fucci, Several nieces and nephews

Friends and relatives will be invited to attend a Celebration of Life memorial service in the Simpson United Methodist Church, 119 E. Biddle St., Gordon. Officiating will be Rev. Sue Hocking. As per recent guidelines, the service will be held at a later date to be announced. Interment will be in Christ Church Cemetery, Fountain Springs. Memorials may be made to Simpson United Methodist Church, 119 E. Biddle St., Gordon, PA., 17936.


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