Marsha Ellen Mulhollen, 77 of Ellport, passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 17, 2020 and is now in the joyful presence of our Heavenly Father. Marsha had a compassionate heart for people, selflessly caring for others as if they were her very own. Everywhere Marsha went she left her lasting mark of love and joy, from her time in Oklahoma, to her part-time homes in Florida and Pennsylvania. Finding the good in everyone and everything, you could always rely on her for encouraging words to guide you through rough times, to be your cheerleader through thick and thin, and your best friend to celebrate your every accomplishment.
She loved her family dearly, with a tender place in her heart for her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Being a self proclaimed weatherwoman she always made sure everyone knew when a storm was on the horizon! She loved reading autobiographies and recipes, often times reading three books at a time. Most importantly, Marsha was a women of great faith. She will be greatly missed by many. Marsha was a life member of Ellport United Presbyterian Church where she was an Elder and Deacon. She was also a member of the Red Hat Society and the Hungarian Club Auxiliary.
Marsha is survived by her husband, Harry C. Mulhollen whom she married on December 12, 1964 and is survived by her children Holly Gatto of Ellport, Rhue (Kathleen) Mulhollen of Ellwood City, Noelle (Mike) Hobrat of East Palestine, OH, step daughter, Lisa (Jim) Hunt of New Castle and adopted daughter, Susan (Rocco) Sesti of Ellwood City, grandchildren, Austin, Hogan, Roni, Ashley, Dani, Darion, Qiqi, Eryn, Keshewn, Rachael, Xena, Cella, Paxton, Zach, Tigist, Quinn, Audrey & Sami Gatto, Reeve, Wil Mulhollen, Andrew, Nic, Analynn and Faith Jaskola, Marissa Moore, Selena Ritordo, Laiken, Rocco & Milo Sesti, 6 great grandchildren, Peyton Sisibaldi, Oliver Richards, Sophia, Knox, Jaeven & Phoenix Gatto.
Marsha was preceded in death by her parents Julia and John Locher and a grandson, Jojo.
Until we see her again we will cherish and celebrate the beautiful memories that we each have made with her; and her legacy of kindness, goodness, love and compassion will resonate for eternity.
Private Services were held at the Ellport United Presbyterian Church with interment in Locust Grove Cemetery.
A future celebration of Marsha’s life will be held later this summer in Ellport and will feature a bacon roast.
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