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Individuals that went Home in 2022?

Lucky’s Home Care Wishes you a Very Happy and Safe 2023!

The blog is about individuals that went Home.

Doesn’t each New Year’s celebration feel like a chance to shed the past and start anew? It does to us, at Lucky’s. We are fully energized and ready to start 2023 with greater enthusiasm than in previous years. We are upgrading and revitalizing our locations in New Castle, PA and East Liberty in Pittsburgh, PA. to dedicate more space to our clients and “walk-in” employment opportunities.

Enough about us. Are you and your loved ones excited to countdown and bring in the New Year? Get your resolutions ready! Cheers! Here’s to 2023

The following list is individuals that went Home in 2022. For a more consummate list select the “More people that left us” link.

Sidney Poitier (1927 – 2022)

Michael Lang (1944 – 2022)

Gaspard Ulliel (1984 – 2022)

Meat Loaf (1947 – 2022)

Monica Vitti (1931 – 2022)

Betty Davis (1944 – 2022)

Jamal Edwards (1990 – 2022)

Taylor Hawkins (1972 – 2022)

June Brown (1927 – 2022)

Andy Fletcher (1961 – 2022)

Ray Liotta (1954 – 2022)

James Caan (1940 – 2022)

Paul Sorvino (1939 – 2022)

Bernard Cribbins (1928 – 2022)

Nichelle Nichols (1932 -2022)

Issey Miyake (1938 – 2022)

Olivia Newton-John (1948 – 2022)

Raymond Briggs (1934 – 2022)

Jean-Luc Godard (1930 – 2022)


More people who left us:

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When a friend or loved one passes away, it can be difficult to know the right thing to say or do. People often feel lost when they lose someone close to them. This is natural and normal.

When someone dies, it can be difficult to know what to say or do. The first step is always to acknowledge your feelings and emotions. It’s okay if you’re not sure how to react — there’s no right way or wrong way — but it’s important that you take stock of what you’re feeling so you can respond appropriately.

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