CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Eleanor Dzuracky Harver, 93, handed away Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, at PruittHealth Heart in Monroe.
She was preceded in loss of life by her husband, Andrew John Harver; mother and father, Elizabeth Kupec Dzuracky and Andrew Dzuracky; brother, Andrew Dzuracky Jr.; and toddler daughter, Andrea Harver.
Eleanor was born in Campbell on Oct. 28, 1927, and she or he lived in Youngstown upon her marriage till she moved to Charlotte in 2013.
She was a lifelong member of SS. Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic Church and was energetic in quite a few committees and fundraising campaigns. She served as Eucharistic minister for a few years.
She was happy with her Japanese European heritage, was fluent in Slovak and valued each non secular and ethnic traditions. A younger lady throughout the Nice Despair, she embraced austerity, onerous work, duty and sacrifice all through her life.
She is survived by her sister, Elizabeth Dzuracky Cotton; youngsters, Stephen and Susan Harver of Lake Oswego, Ore., Andrew and Nancy Harver of Charlotte and Therese Harver and John Linden of Bossier Metropolis, La.; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
Eleanor will likely be remembered for her robust will, combating spirit and unconditional devotion to the church and her household.
A graveside service will likely be held at Calvary Cemetery of the Diocese of Youngstown on a date to be decided.
Family and friends could supply tributes and remembrances by visiting https://hankinsandwhittington.com/tribute/particulars/203282/Eleanor-Harver/obitu ary.html.