Rebekah Farace

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Beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend, Rebekah T (Yerger) Farace, 31, died unexpectedly Friday, Aug. 26. She is survived by loving husband, James, and young daughter, Abigail. Also survived by parents, Steve and Sandy Yerger, sister, Hannah with husband Zachary Gallagher, brother, Jonathan, parents-in-law, Doug and Denise Farace, sister-in-law Jessica with husband George Schwab, sister-in-law, Isabella and brother-in-law Garrett Farace. Born in Wheaton, MD, her family moved to New Windsor, MD where she was homeschooled before finishing high school at Carroll Christian School. While there she enjoyed and excelled on the volleyball and basketball teams. Following graduation she volunteered as an EMT at Lineboro VFD, helping for years with their Bedlam in the Boro before going on to complete her paramedic certification. She also volunteered on the rodeo rescue team at the J Bar W Ranch in Union Bridge. Another great love of hers was training dogs with her father's K9 security agency. Joining to James in September 2012, they ran JFarace Trucking together with excellence and pride.The two were the perfect pair and their life became even more perfect when their daughter, Abigail, arrived. Becka was an amazing woman full of life, joy and passion for her family, friends and farm. She will be greatly missed. Relatives and friends are invited to a viewing from 7-9pm on Friday, Sept 2 and a memorial service Saturday, Sept 3 at 11am at the Littlestown Eagles Lodge #2224 located at 427 Mengus Mill Rd, Littlestown, PA 17340. Following the memorial service there will be a celebration of life at the Farace's home at 1685 White Hall Rd, Littlestown. In lieu of flowers, please consider supporting the needs of her young family by donating to

Published in Carroll County Times from Aug. 30 to Aug. 31, 2016