LYDIA V. MANCINILydia V. Mancini, 58, of Duluth, died peacefully Monday, May 14, 2012 in her home at Greysolon Plaza Apartments.
Lydia V. Mancini, 58, of Duluth, died peacefully Monday, May 14, 2012 in her home at Greysolon Plaza Apartments.
She was born Feb. 27, 1954
Lydia was an emblem of compassion, truthfulness and integrity in her community. She possessed an incredible capacity to love and to open her heart to all people. A longstanding member of the Baha’i Faith, Lydia was committed to the unity of all mankind and the search for truth. Lydia was an artist and a social activist, and created two conscious-raising websites. Her door was always open for spiritual conversation. Lydia attended college in Worcester, Mass, volunteered as a chaplain with St. Mary’s Medical Center and hosted interfaith devotional gatherings in her home.
Lydia enjoyed spending time with her family and her many friends at Greysolon Plaza, watching movies and spending time along the shores of Lake Superior.
Lydia was preceded in death by her mother Margaret Taylor; father Herb Taylor and brother Mark Taylor.
Lydia is survived by her husband, Michael Mancini; her three daughters, Rachael Finglovsky, Celeste Finn and Justine Finn; stepchildren Nick and Olivia Mancini; sister Sylvia Neo Taylor and brother Adam Taylor; sons-in-law Christoph Finglovsky and William Barrett; and granddaughters Amara and Margo Lydia Finglovsky.
SERVICE: 12 Noon Thursday, May 17, in Bell Brothers Jarvi Dowd Funeral Home, 925 E 4th St, Duluth, 55805.
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