Mary Elizabeth "Lisa" Wellock

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Feb 27 1958
Nov 28 2017
59 Years
Coatesville, Pennsylvania

Mary Elizabeth "Lisa" Wellock, 59, of Coatesville, died on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at Brandywine Hospital. Born in Darby, PA, she was the daughter of Charles E. Wellock, Sr. of Coatesville and the late Patricia Nice Wellock who died in 2015. 

Lisa was a 1976 graduate of Upper Darby Senior High School. She was employed by the State of Pennsylvania at their office in Thorndale. 

She is survived, in addition to her father by three siblings; Charlie Wellock, Jr. and wife Marian of Glenmoore, Patty Reaney and husband Joe of Exton, PA and Rob Wellock of Wisconsin, seven nieces and nephews; Lauren Fetch and husband George, Kristin Reaney, Shannon Liepis and husband Geoff, Ryan Wellock, Joe Reaney, Mary Wellock and Robbie Wellock and seven great nieces and nephews; Juliette Reaney, Nathaniel Johnson, Matthew Atwood, Madison Fetch, Taylor Liepis, Harlo Wellock and George Fetch.

The Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, December 4, 2017 at 11 AM at the St. Peter Catholic Church, 2835 Manor Road, West Brandywine, PA with visitation from 10 until 11 AM.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Lisa's memory to the Wolf Sanctuary of Pennsylvania, 465 Speedwell Forge Rd, Lititz, PA 17543.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA.  Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Dec 4 2017 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
St. Peter Catholic Church

Condolences

Charlie

So sorry to hear of your sister's passing. Sending heartfelt sympathy to you, your father and siblings plus the remainder of your extended family. It has to be  a very difficult time for all of you.

Many Blessings - Julia

 

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Lisa was a ray of sunshine at work. She always greeted everyone with a smile and took the time to listen and help others.  She was a wonderful, caring person whom I’m so glad I got to know.  She will be dearly missed.  My sympathy’s 

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Lisa was a ray of sunshine at work. She always greeted everyone with a smile and took the time to listen and help others.  She was a wonderful, caring person whom I’m so glad I got to know.  She will be dearly missed.  My sympathy’s 

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I worked with Mary, not directly in her office but for the same Department.   She was a sweet lady who always had a pleasant smile - truly sorry for your loss.

Lynn M. Litzelman

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My condolences to you Mr. Charlie and family.  Lisa was so dear to me, she was more than just my Assistant, she was my friend; which made it even more difficult to leave Chester County when I transferred to Bucks County CAO but we kept in touch.  I am going to miss her phone calls and texts asking about "Jalapeno" what she affectionately nicknamed my youngest granddaughter and hearing the stories the way she tells them about you and Pepper.

Remember, if you need anything Mr. Charlie, just pick up the phone and call, no matter what time of day or what it is; just call.

With Much Love, Sincerity and Sympathy,

Mina.

 

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I met you at work a few years ago at Chester CAO.  I remember you for your kindness and love to people.  You showed me to always hug heart to heart.  I visited Chester CAO this past summer and you were one of the first person to say hi and hug me heart to heart again.  Thank you for a beautiful act and lesson that I will treasure for life.  My condolences and respect to your family.  

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To the Family,

Although I have only known Lisa a little more than two years, we developed a friendship that will last a lifetime. She helped me through so many personal issues, as well as work-related giving her heart-to-heart hugs! My heart is heavy and my eyes are filled with tears, but I feel so Blessed to have known her and shared much laughter and many long talks. I hope knowing that she has touched so many people in such a profound way brings you some comfort. I will miss her dearly and think of her soothing voice and graceful smile.

My sincere condolences,

Angelique Glenn-Chester County Assistance Office

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It is a great loss to everyone that such a precious life and soul has been taken from us.  You will surely be missed.  I’m going to miss that Good Morning greeting that came my way every single work day.  

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I send my sincere condolences to Lisa family, I met Lisa at Primavera and have be lucky enough to have her as a friend

 

She will be missed

Pat Gross

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