Lillian (Kelly) (Erhartic) Sabatino of Lowell formerly of Largo, FL and Garden City Park, NY

 

5874-sabatinoLillian (Kelly) (Erhartic) Sabatino, 91, of Lowell formerly of Largo, FL and Garden City Park, NY died surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at Town and Country Health Care Center.

She was married to the late Joseph Sabatino, who died June 12, 1985, and the late Lou Erhartic who died August 31, 1980.

Born in Mount Vernon, NY, she was the daughter of the late James Michael and Lillian Dorice Kelly.

Lillian was a dedicated homemaker to her family.

She was a volunteer for Hospice and the Foster Grandparents Program of Pinellas County FL.

Lillian enjoyed reading, playing cards, dancing and socializing with many close friends and family. She lived independently into her nineties.

She is survived by four sons, Michael and his wife, Lee Barber Erhartic of Chelmsford,MA, Mark and his wife, Joanne Erhartic of Wellesley,MA, Paul and his wife, Lois Erhartic of Portsmouth, RI and Philip and his wife, Kathy Erhartic of Grafton, MA; two daughters, Luanne and her husband, John Petrone of Rutland, VT and Daria Erhartic McNeil and her husband, Richard McNeil of Weston, MA; thirteen grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

She was the sister of Gary (Kelly) Knapp, Eleanor Lois Kelly LeClair and Eileen Swanson of Oklahoma City, OK.

A Celebration of Life will be held Wed. Sept. 21, at 2:30pm at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, MA. Memorials may be made in her name to the Greater Lowell Hospice. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com

Funeral

September 21, 2016
2:30 PM
Dolan Funeral Home
  1. Carol Lavallee says:

    Although I never met Lillian personally I feel like I knew her from all the wonderful and funny stories told by Phil. When Phil spoke about her it was always with love, warmth and admiration for his mother. And I learned from these stories that she had a great sense of humor and cared greatly for others, not just her family, but also with her volunteer work.

    You can usually learn a lot about a person by the children they raised. I’ve been a member of Phil’s van family for more than 20 years and have heard enough to know that she raised caring and loving children. My condolences go out to all those children and their families as I am sure she will leave a big whole in their lives.

    Rest now, Lillian. I know you will always be watching over them and will still hear wonderful stories from Phil.

  2. Laura Perry says:

    My sympathy to all of the extended Erhartic family. Mrs. Erhartic/Sabatino was fortunate to have been surrounded by all of you over these last several years, staying at Daria’s where she could spend time with Luke and Zackery, and having Sunday dinners at Michael’s. It’s great that the grandchildren all knew her well. When I think of Lillian, I remember her always getting all dressed up/made up and I got a kick out of Daria’s stories about her insisting on having a little dessert….after EACH meal. Love to you all, Laura Perry

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