Shirley Comer Heintz-Hill
1934 - 2020
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Comer Heintz-Hill, Shirley
Jan 06,1934 - Nov 12,2020
Passed away on November 12, 2020 at the home of her daughter in Asheville, NC. Shirley was born on January 6, 1934 to Anthony and Amelia Sitter Comer. She lived in Erie, PA much of her life. She was the first in her family to graduate, Class of 1952 from Villa Maria Academy. Preceded in death by her father Anthony, her mother Amelia, her sister Arlene, brother Robert and sister Louise. Surviving family
members include her sister Rose Comer, her daughter Cheri Dweck her husband Joe Dweck, daughter Lynne Heintz and daughter Mary Turco and her husband Ken Turco. She has 5 grandchildren Melissa, Raymond and spouse Kristin, John and spouse Lindsey, Amelia and Grace and 4 Great Grandchildren. Our Mom was very devoted to her family and will be missed beyond measure. A memorial mass will be held in her honor at her church, St. Martha's Catholic Church in Sarasota, Florida. In lieu of flowers you can donate to St Martha's Catholic Church 200 N. Orange Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34236 or Four Seasons Hospice, 571 South Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731. Mom we all Love you dearly, Rest in Peace, till we meet again.

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Published in Herald Tribune from Nov. 16 to Nov. 19, 2020.
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November 19, 2020
Shirley became a good friend of mine through our neighborhood store where I was employed and Shirley would patronize with her three daughters. Our friendship continued after I got married, her kids grew up and all of us moved from the neighborhood. We still conversed on the phone or while on an evening stroll through the old neighborhood. At times, we attended church at the Carmelite Monestary together. Shirley believed in the power of prayer using her daily prayer cards to invoke help and support from Our Lord. She loved her kids and was so proud of the way they showed their love and support of her in their daily lives as adults. Her grandchildren were her pride and joy. I never got to meet them personally, she would always fill me in on their accomplishments. Even though Shirley and I recently lost touch with each other, we were still close in your hearts and will be together in glory in a blink of an eye. I pray God will grant her loving family peace that passes all understanding. She is still with you and praying for you everyday. With lots of love and blessings, Sue Dc uda
Susie Duda
November 16, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief, and find comfort from knowing that God draws close to the broken-hearted.
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