Lucretia Mohr
Friday
5
March

Mass

12:00 pm
Friday, March 5, 2021
St. Sylvester R.C. Church
68 Ohio Avenue
Medford, New York, United States

Final Resting Place

Calverton National Cemetery
210 Princeton Blvd.
Calverton, New York, United States

Obituary of Lucretia C. Mohr

Lucretia (Lu) Mohr passed away February 28th surrounded by her three daughters. She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 39 years Anthony. She is survived by her children Susan Kramer (Ken), Kristi Mohr, Linda Cronin (Tim), her four grandchildren Kevin, Samantha, Joe and Jessie; as well as her beloved cousin, who was more of a sister, Gloria Morch and her children Michael Morch-Falci (Vinny) and Michele Proctor (Matt) and their children Davis and Emily. 

Lu began her career as a legal secretary in Patchogue. She then started a family and Tony built their home on Robinson Ave in 1967.  She supported her husband’s construction company by handling all of the finances. Later in life she worked at Chemical, turned Chase Bank, where she worked her way up to Branch Manager. She retired from Chase after more than two decades of service. After retirement she ran the financials for Saint Sylvester’s church. 

Lu loved her family, including her large extended family of 25 nieces and nephews and her many grand-nieces and grand-nephews. She was also an avid reader, and she loved board games and history. 

Lucretia was very giving and gave to many charities.

In lieu of flowers we are asking you to give to one of her three favorite charities:

Ronald McDonald House

Catholic Relief Services

Covenant House

Lu will be laid to rest on Friday, March 5th. Due to COVID we are keeping the service small and will celebrate her life around her birthday in June. We will post more information soon.

The funeral mass for Lu will be live streamed from St. Sylvester R.C. Church begining at 12 Noon on Firday, March 5, 2021.  Please use this link to participate in her funeral mass from your own safe environment.  https://client.tribucast.com/tcid/40346412

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