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In Memory

Anna Libeg (Schupp)

Anna Libeg (Schupp)

AUGUST 27, 2014


HERMITAGE, PA. - Anna Madeline Libeg Schupp, passed away at 4:50 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014, at Sharon Regional Health System. She was 66.

Mrs. Schupp was born June 26, 1948, in Sharon, Pa., a daughter of Nicholas and Madeline Cain Libeg.

She attended St. Patrick Parochial Grade School, Hubbard; was a 1966 graduate of Ursuline High School, Youngstown; and received her Bachelor’s Degree from Youngstown State University in 1970. Anna, who was also known to many as “Lynne,” moved to Colorado in the early 1970s, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Education from Colorado State University. While raising her son, she was an adjunct professor of Spanish at Colorado State University and later taught Spanish at Thompson Valley High School in Loveland, Colo. While living in Loveland, she and her husband owned and operated a community magazine called Focus, of which she was the editor. Anna returned to Sharon in 1992 and taught Spanish at Warren JFK High School and Hubbard High School for several years. She was a tremendous teacher and highly regarded by her students and colleagues.

Anna was an avid tennis player and a former member of the USTA (United States Tennis Association). She loved being outside and also enjoyed roller blading. Her greatest joy, however, were her grandchildren, whom she adored.

Surviving are a son, Cory E. Schupp, his wife, Shannon, and three grandchildren, Maeve, Cael and Quinn, all of Knoxville, Tenn.; her father, Nick Libeg of Masury; two sisters, Valery Klaric and her husband, Jack, of Las Vegas, and Mary Kay Eli and her husband, Denny, of Masury; two brothers, John Libeg and his wife, Linda, of North Potomac, Md., and Thomas Libeg and his wife, Shirley, of Hermitage; and four nieces and four nephews.

Anna was preceded in death by her mother, Madeline Libeg; and her former husband of 20 years, Gary Schupp.

The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Sharon Regional Hospice and Palliative Care, 2320 Highland Road, Hermitage, PA 16148.

There are no calling hours.

Friends may visit www.McGonigleFuneralHomeandCrematory.com to email condolences to her family.

A private service will be held at the convenience of the family.

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10/11/15 11:00 PM #1    

Anna Marie Schiavone (Newman)

Was so saddened to learn of Anna 's passing! She really was a cheerleader on and off the field showing so much spirit through her friendship to much of our class. Her smile will remain forever in my mind.

10/30/15 06:18 AM #2    

William Gambrel

Like most, I loved Annie the moment we met. One night Spring 2014, we were invited to Art Canada's sister's home for a gathering because Art would be there. What a surprise when we were greeted by Annie as well as Art and our kind hosts. Annie had lost none of her charm and was in rare form telling old school stories as well as the perils of keeping her ninety-nine year old father off his full sized John Deere which he had forever used to maintain property he owned in Masury. Entirely anamated, Annie and Art took the lead in walking us down memory lane. On August 27 I learned Annie had succumbed to Cancer. She had been ill for two years and suffered silently.  Art, one of the few who knew, provided her much moral support through calls, texts and emails. Annie's younger brother, Tom, is my fraternity brother. She had died on a Wednesday and that Friday night friends and family celebrated her life at Squaw Creek Country Club. I was honored to have attended. She was a fiesty angel here on earth. I can't imagine Annie ruffling any feathers in paradise.

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