maureenkrasavage
Greece: Monday, March 10, 2014. Survived by her loving husband of 58 years, Walter Krasavage; her children, Beth (David) Rice, Eileen (Stephen) Hopkins, Brian (Ellen) Krasavage, Susan Holt; grandchildren, Emily, Timothy and Katie Rice, Paige, Megan and Zachary Hopkins, Nicole, Rachel, Jason and Tyler Krasavage, Jessica and Justin Holt; sister, Margaret (Robert) Fallon; several nieces, nephews and dear friends. Maureen came to Rochester following graduation from Misericordia University to work as a chemist at Eastman Kodak Company. In 1992, she retired from the Greece Central School District. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She enjoyed spending time with her family, square dancing, golfing and traveling in their RV. No prior calling. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday (March 15th) 9:30 AM at Our Mother of Sorrows Church. Private Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association in her memory. For more information or to sign Maureen's online guestbook please visit MeesonFamily.com.

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  1. Sue, My deepest condolences for your loss. Losing a loved one to Alzheimer\’s is hard. I know what you\’ve been through. Just remember she\’s at peace.

  2. Beth and the whole Krasavage klan. Our prayers and thoughts are with you as you say your final goodbyes to a wonderful wife, mother, garnadmother and friend. we pray that the God who upholds all things, holds you tight in His arms and lets you know the many ways He cares and loves you all. I love the bright spunk and beauty that shines through that picture of Maureen. I can see that same smile in Beth and the Rice girls!
    Love,
    Brian and Donna for the Larsons

  3. Beth, Sorry for your loss and praying for you and family, may warm memories encourage you. Chemist, GREAT mom, I see where you got it blessings,Mark and Brenda

  4. Beth, when I think of your mom, I always see her pretty smiling face that reached all the way to her eyes. She passed on her caring, loving ways – what a gift. Thinking of you and your family at this very difficult time. Patty Leicht & family

  5. When love calls, the loved one goes home, and the firmament explodes with the briliant, kind and everlasting love of God. – George Hopkins

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