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Jeanne M. Hartranft SOUTHSIDE EASTON Jeanne M. Hartranft, 85, of Southside Easton, passed away Monday, Oct. 29, 2018, in Easton Hospital surrounded by her loving family. Born Sept. 8, 1933, in Easton, PA, she was a daughter of the late Frank Luchetti and Antoinette (Marinelli) Roscioli. Her...

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Mike and family-I just found out in January about your Mom, and wanted to say sorry for your loss.
I have a lot of great memories with you and your family. Your Mom was awesome! One that stands out was December 23rd, 1972- the Franco Harris catch in Pittsburgh. You, your Dad and family almost jumped through the ceiling that day. Your mom always made me feel at home. I think about you guy's a lot! The peace of Jesus Christ be with you all at this time.

Dave Barbera

RIP Jean. From the Casciano Family our sincere heart felt feelings to all the family of Jean. What a great mother .. God bless all of you

Rip my cousin Jenny You are now with your beloved Aunt Mary Give her a hug and kiss for me Wehad some wonderful memories at Gramy Lucchettes RIP I love you

I am so sorry for your loss. We were cousins and when we got together she would always make us laugh.

Mike and Jamie and family, So sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. All the memories you have of her will live forever in your heart. God Bless With deepest sympathy Shelley(Hendricks),Steve and Mike Fleming

Hartranft Family,

I know all of you are hurting with the loss of your beloved Mother. She was a very special Lady. Never a harmful word came from her mouth. I had the honor of working with her. She always had a smile that will never be forgotten.
You will all meet her again on the other side until then stay close. Remember she loved you all.

It is with a very heavy heart today I write. I pray that The Lord's Peace and Comfort be with you all. I will surely Miss Jeannie. God Bless~~~ Margaret Hochwarter Paschal

My deepest condolences to the Hartranft family. She was such a sweet lady.

As an Easton firefighter I can personally tell you we have lost one of our most ardent supporters. You always looked out for us and prayed evertime our trucks rolled out of the station. I grew up on southside and had the pleasure of knowing the Hartranft my entire life. It was a simpler time and place but I would never change a day of it. It's families and friends like them that make so many of feel this way. God grant you peace in heaven Jeanne, I know you and Jim are together again.