Breanna Lynn Novosel, 34, of Indiana, died Wednesday, September 25, 2019 while at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.
The daughter of Rich and Mindy Novosel, she was born February 1, 1985 in Indiana, Pa.
Breanna was a 2003 graduate of Homer Center High School where she was involved in basketball, cross country, and a member of multiple clubs. She then went on to attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She had attended the Connect Church of Blairsville and Grace United Methodist Church of Indiana. Family and friends will remember Breanna as a loving daughter and mother who had an outgoing and bubbly personality that brought smiles to the faces of many.
She had been employed by Novosel Civic Center, PH Sterns Marketing, Modere Sales, and as a CNA for Beacon Ridge and Bethany Place Personal Care Homes.
Breanna was known as a giving person and even in death, her giving continues as she was an organ donor.
Surviving are her parents Rich and Mindy Novosel, State College (Formerly of Indiana); Curtis Fairman and his wife, Barbara (Michaels), Jacksonville, FL (formerly of Homer City); children Brooklyn Bence and Kinslee Novosel, both of State College; sisters, Jodi Fairman and her significant other, Richard Mack, Indiana, Cassie Novosel and her significant other, Joseph Kuzneski, Indiana, nieces and nephews, Braelyn, Reaghan, Ethan, Ava, Myla, Charlie, Nadia, and Mariah; and close friends, Brittany, Amanda, Ashley, Stephanie, Katie, and Allison.
Preceding Breanna in death is her brother, Curtis E. Fairman who passed away September 25, 2015;
grandparents, Clarence Frazier, Bert and Mary Ellen Fairman; and great great-grandmother, Eva Marie Frazier.
God has received a beautiful angel with wings that will never be broken! Breanna, we will miss your huge smile, your contagious laugh, your horrible, hilarious jokes, and of course your number one question you always asked everyone, “does my hair and make up look ok?” We loved every single moment we got to spend with you. You will be greatly missed. Watch over us, especially your beautiful daughters.
Funeral arrangements are private and have been entrusted to the John A. Lefdahl Funeral Home.
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