Selma J. Wojcik
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Selma Jane "Sally" Wojcik, 89, of Greensburg, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family Friday, Nov. 20, 2020, after a valiant battle with breast cancer. Sally was a dedicated volunteer at Excela Westmoreland Hospital for decades and also volunteered at "Feeding the Spirit" in Greensburg. She is survived by her brother, Neal O'Mahony; and her sister, Patricia Caldwell. She is also survived by her four children and their spouses, Mark and Karen Wojcik, of Greensburg; Kathy and RJ White, of Riverview, Fla.; David and Mary Wojcik, of Hollis, N.H.; and Robert and Alison Wojcik, of McMurray. She will also be dearly missed by her grandchildren, Andrea Meyer and her husband, Josh, of Champion; Melissa O'Brien, of Greensburg; Michelle White, of Riverview, Fla.; Mandy Presock and her husband, Ken, of Mt. Pleasant; and Amanda, Shawn and Matthew Wojcik, of Hollis, N.H.; and her 11 great-grandchildren, Elizabeth, Westley and Julia Steele, of Colorado; Josh Wojcik and Megan and Logan O'Brien, of Greensburg; Kenny, Zacary, Danielle and Sarah Presock, of Mt. Pleasant, and Anthony Boromei, of Riverview, Fla. The family would like to send special thanks to the Hillman Cancer Center in Latrobe and to AHN Hospice for their caring staff and unlimited resources, hospice nurses, Renee, Corrine and Abby and the support from Visiting Angels, particularly "angel" Karen, was greatly appreciated. Arrangements are being handled by McCABE FUNERAL HOME in Derry. There will be no viewing. In lieu of flowers, Sally would have been honored for donations in her name to be sent to Feeding the Spirit, 611 Southwest Ave., Greensburg, PA 15601.

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Published in Tribune Review from Nov. 26 to Nov. 27, 2020.
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November 28, 2020
As a member of Team Feeding the Spirit, I worked alongside Sally at the Thursday night meals week in and week out these past several years. I will always remember the warm and happy greetings from all that would welcome her every time she walked into the kitchen, apron on and ready to lend a hand. I will cherish those times, her willing and giving spirit ... and her occasional smart remark. That was probably my favorite thing of all! We all loved her and we all will miss her immensely. May you, her loved and loving family members, be comforted in knowing what she meant to others.
Judy Knapp
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November 27, 2020
Our Deepest Condolences Mark, Karen & Families! Our Hearts Break For All Of You & We Share In Your Great Loss! We Know There Are No Comforting Words That Can Ease Your Pain But We Offer Our Prayers, Love & Support! We Feel So Blessed To Have Known Sally & Are Forever Grateful That She Included Us As Family Especially After The Loss Of Our Own Parents! She Always Gave Us Hope That Our Parents Were Still With Us & That We Would See Them Again One Day. She Always Smiled & Had A Great Sense Of Humor & Was Always Loving & Caring To Us! We Will Miss Her & She Will Be Forever Remembered & Carried In Our Hearts. May God Give You All That You Need To Get Through This Most Difficult Time & In The Days Ahead! May Sally’s Beautiful Memories Help Sustain You Until You Are Reunited Again One Day! May Sally Be At Peace & Rest In Her Eternal Home With The Lord! Our Love & Prayers Go Out To You All! ❤❤❤
Linda & Bernie Kapus
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November 26, 2020
Mandy, my deepest condolences to you and your family.
Mary Davis
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