Emma L. Fetkovich

Emma L. Fetkovich, 28, of Greensburg, passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at her home. She was born February 14, 1991 in Greensburg, the daughter of George A. and Marilee (Menarchek) Fetkovich of Greensburg.

Emma was a 2010 Graduate of Greensburg Salem High School and a member of the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral in Greensburg. She was an employee of Walmart in Greensburg and volunteered for Excela Health Latrobe Hospital and the Catholic Charities annual Salt and Light Dinner.

To the many people she knew and loved, Emma was a blessing. She had a warm heart, was very kind and caring. She was a bright spot in everyone’s day. She was a joy to work with and be around. She had a beautiful smile.  Emma’s favorite hobbies were crafting and creating fairy gardens, but she especially loved shopping—for herself and for others—and sleeping with her night buddy, our cat, Tiggs. Emma was a spiritual soul and she cherished spending time with her family above anything else.  We are heartbroken that she left us at such a young age. Fly peacefully our sweet angel.

Emma was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Albert G. and Flora E. Fetkovich, and her maternal grandfather, Joseph J. Menarchek. In addition to her parents, Emma is survived by her brother, Luke A. Fetkovich, her maternal grandmother, Cecelia Menarchek, her aunts, Michele Weibel (Dave) and Diane Swetz (Joseph), her uncles: Joseph Menarchek (Malinda), Michael Menarchek (Sue), and Donald Menarchek (Cathy); her cousins: Taylor Ollason, Amanda Noone (Michael) and their son Asher, Adam Swetz (Megan), Matthew, Daniel, and Andy Menarchek, Julia Donofrio (Dominic), and Ben, Anna, Nic, and Seth Menarchek, her great aunt Theresa “Tweet” Mignogna, and her uncle Greg Hutchinson.

Friends will be received Sunday from 12 noon until 3 PM and from 5 until 7 PM in the Hartman-Graziano Funeral Home, Inc., 1500 Ligonier Street, Latrobe. A funeral mass will be celebrated Monday at 9:30 AM in the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral, 300 North Main Street, Greensburg, with Monsignor Raymond E. Riffle as celebrant. Everyone please go directly to the Cathedral. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Catholic Charities of the Greensburg Diocese, 711 East Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg, PA 15601, online www.ccharitiesgreensburg.org. or to a charity of one’s choice.