Renee J. Musguire, 60, of Haggerty Rd., New Galilee (New Beaver Boro) died peacefully Friday, December 21, 2012 following a short illness.
Born March 27, 1952 in Ellwood City,she was the daughter of the late Albert J. Yerace and Mary C. Magliocca Yerace of Ellwood City. She was married for 40 years to Jerry W. Musguire, who survives.
Renee had a strong Christian Faith and attended many different Churches in the area. She was always unselfishly giving of herself to assist and support anyone in need.
In addition to her mother and husband, survivors include three sons, Judd, Jordan and Matthew Musguire, all at home; two brothers, Robert and Raymond (Missy) Yerace, both of Ellwood City; a granddaughter, Madelin Musguire; and a number of nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father and a brother, Richard, both in 1992.
Visiting hours will be held on Sunday December 23, 2012 from 2-4 and 6 until the time of the funeral service at 8 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home 341 Main Street Wampum.Pastor Cindy Antinossi of Dayspring Ministries in Ellwood City will officiate.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
Judd and boys I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss her so much. She was such a good person. I know she is with the Lord now. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
I offer my sincere sympathy to the family of Renee. I know you are grieving and will miss her so much. She was a strong presence and loving force in your life. Things will not be the same but you will come through this difficult time. Lean on the strength of the Lord. Renee did. She is at peace now with the One who sent our Savior Jesus to show us the way to the Father’s House. I am here for you.
I remember all we talked about and will keep all my promises I made to you. Remember to keep the one you made to me! The last words we spoke to each other was I LOVE YOU just as our Lord Jesus so much wanted us to Love each other in HIM. You held on to FAITH which is the key to the Door and we know that OUR LORD JESUS is that DOOR. I don’t have to tell you how much we were like sister’s and that I will miss you so much in this temporal world, but you and I know as Jesus sent them out 2×2 You are always here with me. We made that agreement years ago and we just recently talked about it. I am at rest in the Lord (for he is the Sabbath) and have found peace in my heart, You always would say Syl you are so strong how do you do it. First in the Joy of the Lord and Second in my best friend who I LOVE and will always LOVE. You were always there for me and I hope that I was always there when you needed me. Hey Girlfriend remember that promise you made me and thank you Sweet Jesus for already allowing me to see a vision of Renee in Paradise. It was so beautiful I seen you walking on the streets of gold and you was dressed in all white and was looking all around and had the most beautiful smile on your face, you never looked back at me and you were singing and praising the Lord. I will never forget that smile Renee Thank you Sweet and Precious Jesus for allowing me to see Renee where she is now living eternally. I will Love you always and keep you in my heart as my sister who helped me to be strong in my FAITH. P. S. Don’t forget your Promise You Made Me!! We are all one in Christ’s Body when one hurts we all hurt and when one finds home in Paradise we all wipe away the tears of hurt and start rejoicing knowing that you have fought the good fight Renee and you have finished the race and never lost your Faith! You were the strong one sis! Love Forever
To the most faithful, giving, caring person I’ve ever met! You are home with your maker now, and I’m sure it’s just as majestic as we’ve always talked about! If you can sister, please come back and tell me about it. You will be greatly missed!
My condolences to Renee’s family. I graduated from high school with Renee. She was a precious woman who loved her family and loved her Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. Although she is away from her family for a time, she is now in Jesus’ very presence and I know she wants you all to be united with her one day. If you don’t know Jesus as Savior and Lord of your life, seek Him and you will find Him, if you seek Him with all of your heart.
To Renee’s family – our deepest sympathy for your loss. From Aunt Rose and Uncle Andy Nocera, cousins Sandy and Romy.
Judd and Family,
I was so sadden to hear of Renee’s passing. We all had a lot of good times in high school and after. I lost touch with Renee through the years and wish I hadn’t. She was a good friend and alot of fun to be around. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.