Lisa A. (Mertz) WooleyLisa A. (Mertz) Wooley, 40, of Larimer, passed away on Friday August 9, 2019. Born November 14, 1978 in Pittsburgh, she was a daughter of Donald A. & Kathleen M. (Simpson) Mertz of Allegheny Township. Lisa was a 1997 graduate of Penn Hills High School, and obtained her Associates Degree in Accounting from CCAC Boyce Campus. She worked as an accountant for EPIC Metals Corporation in Rankin for 16 years, last working in 2018. Lisa was an animal lover, and especially enjoyed her pets. She liked being out in nature, including visiting State Parks. Lisa was preceded in death by her mother-in-law, Marianne Wooley. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her husband, Brian J. Wooley; her children whom she adored, Morgan & Jason; sister, Michelle (Doug Peluse) Mertz; nieces, Angela & Olivia; nephew, Nico; father-in-law, Ronald Wooley; sister-in-law, Melissa (Chris) Anawalt; and their son, Nathan. At the family’s requests, all services are private, and have been entrusted to the Curran-Shaffer Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., Apollo, PA. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests Memorial Contributions be made in Lisa’s memory to Give Kids The World, 210 S Bass Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34746.
November 14, 1978 - August 9, 201911/14/197808/09/2019
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August 14, 2019
Lisa I will always love you like a little sister to me! I will keep you in my thoughts, prayers and memories for the funny times we had even if was years ago. Seems like yesterday. I'll never forget your smile. Always in my heart like a lil sister. ❤💞❤💞 Xoxo... Jacki
August 13, 2019
Lisa I'm so shocked and heartbroken to see this. You and Brian moved next door and almost instantly became family. We will never forget you or those times. Rest in peace with God.
Mary and Brownie from FL
August 12, 2019
Brownie and I will always remember 'Little Lisa' as a sweet little red head that we have know since she was born. She always had a sweet smile. Brownie use to babysit her if she was sick and couldn't go to school or Kathy would call and ask him to pick her up at school... Continue Reading