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Monday, January 9, 2017

Helen Margaret Gratton, 94, of Erie, PA, formerly of Emporium, PA

Helen “Margaret” Gratton

Helen Margaret Gratton, 94, of Erie, PA, formerly of Emporium, PA, passed away on December 31, 2016 at St., Vincent Hospital in Erie.

She was born October 28, 1922 in Big Run, the daughter of Albert and Marie Cole Mitchell. On May 17, 1944 in Emporium she married her husband of 68 years, James Gratton, who passed away December 18, 2012.

Margaret worked in the grocery industry in many capacities and as a baker for 10 years. She had also been employed by Sylvania-Phillips in Emporium for many years.

She was the beloved mother of one daughter, Bess Heiberger (Joe) of Atlanta GA; one son, James Gratton Jr. (Jan) of North East PA; was Grandmother to Brian Heiberger (Melanie) of Columbus OH and Jason Gratton (Sheila) of Erie, PA; and 3 Great Grandchildren.

She loved puzzles and neighboring with her many friends.

Funeral Services will be held at the convenience of the family and are under the direction of the Coppersmith-Condon Funeral Home in Emporium.

1 comment :

Harold Seay said...

I remember Helen from the bakery, she was a sweet lady. May she rest in peace.