Lorraine
Greece: Friday, May 14, 2010. Predeceased by her husband, Richard J. Guck. Survived by her son, Peter (Clair) Guck; daughter, Kathleen (Timothy) Smith; grandchildren, Jennifer (Matthew) Genzman and Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Smith; many dear friends. Friends may call SUNDAY 4-7 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Private, Entombment, White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association in her memory. For more information or to sign Lorraine's guestbook please visit MeesonFamily.com.

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  1. I am Adelaide Floods daughter Pat I am sorry that I missed your Mom’s calling hours she was a great lady. I remember going to her wedding when I was young. She was very good to my Parents Pat and Adelaide Flood. I am sure she will be missed by all who knew her. Pat

  2. Kathy I was so sad to read of your mother’s passing this morning. She was such a sweet lady. For the 25 years that I have worked for Dr. Capacci our day was always brighter when she walked through the door!

  3. Mrs. Guck leaves a wonderful legacy. She is going to be missed by many people, on whom, she made a wonderful impression. Lorraine’s passing is a great loss to the Greece community! She was a wonderful person!

  4. Mrs. Guck was a wonderful person. Her smile and kind ways will be in our memories. She had a special way of seeing the good in others and giving people the benefit of the doubt. She was giving and was there for others. I don’t remember having an encounter with her where I didnt walk away smiling too. Kathy is a true reflection of this and so she will live on…. We will miss her.

  5. My deepest sympathy to you all. I left Friday AM to go to Massachusettes to help my daughter Rose. I just got home tonight (Sunday) at 7 PM. Please call if you need anything.
    Eileen Haefner Wurzer

  6. My sympathy to all of you in the passing of Aunt Lorraine. I have many fond memories of our times together. May your memories support you in the coming days. Prayers and comfort to you.

  7. Pete and Kath:
    I’m sorry I missed the service on Sunday. I didn’t find out till I got home sunday night. I’m sorry for your lose and I will miss her very much too. Lets all hope we have as long and full a life as your dear mother did.
    Bill Guck

  8. Peter and family,

    I am so sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing. Hang onto the memories and keep them in your heart.

    May you feel God’s presence near you during this time.

    Bonnie

  9. Peter and Kathleen,
    Happy memories of Dick and Lorraine from my pre-teen years fill my mind as I write you. They stopped by the old Schutt Rd. farm frequently when they were dating and for a few years after they married. They weren’t just relatives to me, but my very special grown-up friends. Ever since then, whenever I was lucky enough to see her and visit with her, Lorraine went out of her way to refresh memories of those times with me and to let me know I was just as special to her as she always was to me. They were so happy and in love with each other, the happiness was contagious. I know that they never lost those feelings and they are enjoying them together now even more than ever.
    Their love has blessed your lives many times over. May you continue to enjoy peace and consolation in remembering them.

  10. Peter, Kathy, Tim, Jen and Lizzy;

    We will miss your mom so much. We were neighbors for 18 years and each day we saw her she had a smile on her face. I can still see Collin and Connor at the fence while she was gardening and they would just talk her ear off, and your mom would kindly listenthrough all the questions and whys. We all loved her and will miss her our prayers are with you all.

    Colleen, Jim, Collin and Connor

  11. So sorry to hear of your loss. Sorry we don’t live in town anymore and could have paid our respects in person.
    God Bless
    The Van Niel family

  12. the best neighbors i ever had were richard and lorraine guck…always there to listen, always offered kind and helpful words. thank you very much!

  13. We were saddended to hear Mrs. Guck passed away. I know my father (John Maira) used to receive cards and well wishes from her quite often in the nursing home. They always seemed to cheer him up!

    Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

    — Lorraine Maira, Nancy Abbondanzarei and Michelle Maira—
    ~ Nancy Abbondanzieri

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