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Ann L. Mezzatesta-Hearn

Ann L. Mezzatesta-Hearn, age 59, of Newark, DE passed away on Monday June 25th, 2018.

Born in Wilmington, Ann was the daughter of Anne (Gannon) and the late John Mezzatesta. She graduated from James H. Groves High School and worked as a home healthcare aid, as well as a full-time homemaker. She loved spending time with her family and her grandchildren.

Ann is survived by her husband of 16 years, Brian Hearn; her daughters, Lara Turner (Kevin) of Millsboro, DE and Deborah Faulkner (Shane) of Newark, DE; her mother, Anne Mezzatesta of Wilmington, DE; her stepchildren, Mary Husband and Mark Hearn, both of Warren, OH, Melissa Sutton of Masury, OH, and Matthew Hearn (Crystal) of Glasgow, DE; her brother, John Mezzatesta (Jennifer) of Newark, DE; her sisters, Carol Blevins (Wiley) and Amy Blankenship (John) both of Wilmington, DE; and her 11 grandchildren.

A visitation will be held from 11 A.M. to 12 P.M. with funeral services beginning at 12 P.M. on Thursday July 5th at the Mealey Funeral Home, 2509 Limestone Road Wilmington, DE 19808. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Richardson Park United Methodist Church, 11 N Maryland Ave, Wilmington, DE 19804. Online condolences may be made at mealeyfuneralhomes.com

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Submitted by Peggy Salisbury on
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I am so sorry, for you loss,I can remember Lara at 3; the first wedding, I will miss talking to her, prayers for all of you .

Submitted by Debbie Faulkner on
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Mom, i miss you so much. I love you with all my heart and will forever have you in my heart.

Submitted by Lorraine Denson on
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"Friends of our God though they may pass away, will never be forsaken. All those asleep who in God's Memory stay, from death He will awaken. Then we'll come to see all that life can be: Paradise eternally!" John 6:40, John 5:28; John 11:25; Luke 23:43

Submitted by Amin on
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Dear Mezzatesta- Hearn family, I did not know Ann personally but I extend my condolences to your family. I Will keep your family in my prayers so that God may be with you during this difficult time. The scriptures say at 1Peter 4:8” Draw close to God and he will draw close to you”. May prayer and reading the Bible help to give you comfort af this time.

Submitted by Karen Damato on
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We started out rocky but became friends, I will miss our late night talks about the kids and all that drama I had with Missy, you were there when I needed you as I was there for you. Rest now my friend ,Rest in peace, We will meet again one day.