Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
HABRAT, Vivian J.

HABRAT, Vivian J.

VIVIAN J. HABRAT. Age 73. Dear daughter of the late Stanley and Helen (nee Falkosky). Dearest sister of the late Evelyn. Dear friend, cousin and niece. Vivian was a dedicated, compassionate teacher. For over 40 years, she was a mentor to all her students at both Nazareth Academy and Holy Name High School. In lieu of flowers, if desired, donations can be made to Holy Name 6000 Queens Highway Parma Hts. Oh 44130.

FUNERAL MASS FRIDAY 1/10 AT MARY QUEEN OF PEACE AT 10AM PRECEDED BY VISITATION AT CHURCH STARTING AT 9:30AM. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. To offer condolences visit www.ZaborFH.com.

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  1. Vivian,
    A friend since the age of 18 for me, All of the pain and suffering–gone! You are now sleeping in the arms of the angels. I’m going to miss your smile. Condolences to your special caregivers and family.

  2. Ms. Habrat was such a lovely, wonderful person and a terrific teacher.My deepest condolences to her family and friends.

  3. Vivian was an amazing teacher with a gentle heart! We all loved her very much at Nazareth! I will never forget our lip sync she made us all do senior year! She was such a dedicated teacher and was an inspiration to everyone who was lucky enough to have her as a teacher! Rest In Peace Ms. Habrat, we will never forget you!
    Rose Kane Cugliari 78’

  4. Rest In Peace Vivian. You will be missed. I have known Vivian for 20 years and will miss her great sense of humor. My condolences to her friends and family.

  5. Even though we didn’t live near each other I have many fond memories of time spent with you from over the years.
    Rest in peace, cousin Vivian.

  6. Vivian,
    You may be gone, but you will always remain in our hearts. I am proud to say you were always one of my favorite people and best friends for over fifty years. Our meaningful and lengthy conversations will never be forgotten. We came to learn we had so much in common. The way you handled your illness to the end was an inspiration to all of us. You never complained. Now is your time to rest, relax and enjoy a much better place. Thank you for all you did for your students, Nazareth Academy, and Holy Name High School.

  7. Ms. Habrat was the most influential teacher I ever had. She introduced me me to amazing writers. Also, she was very kind, understanding to me when I struggled with my teen years. She listened to me. Ms. Habrat, you remain my favorite teacher!!

  8. Blessed Repose and Eternal Memory! Thank you for making Drama Club at Holy Name, the annual play, Reader’s Theater, and BW One Act Play Festival some of the best and happiest times in the turmoil of our teenage lives.
    The curtain has come down on this earthly life for you, yet has been raised again on the other side, in Heaven, where you now see Jesus and Our Lady, Ms. Powers, the angels and saints forever. A great applause resounds for you from the earthly stage. . .Thank you for the encouragement, smiles, kindness and laughter.
    Thank you for your help in English and writing. My deepest condolences to the family – Ms. Habrat was a true lady and gentlewoman. I know one day you will be there with St. Peter, Ms. Powers, Jack Tish, and Neal Squires at the Gate to say, “Welcome Mary Regina – Oohh, Ahhh Headspin!” (’92 BW Play Festival joke)

  9. Vivian was such a special person and everyone loved her. I was on the faculty with her and my children were students at Holy Name. My wife and children and I will remember her in our prayers often. She is now in God’s faculty and will be looking after all her friends and students. Jack and Vivian Bonza and children

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