Obituary of Lisa M. Marcera
Lisa Marie Marcera, 57, passed away January 19, 2022. She was predeceased by her parents Alexander and Joyce (Janas) Sorochty, sister Donna (Sorochty) Donovan, grandparents Chester and Martha Janas, Uncle Richard Sorochty, and mother-in-law Mary Marcera. She is survived by her husband, Frank Marcera, her children: Kristi (Matt) Marcera, Alyssa Marcera (Stavros), and Frankie (Rae) Marcera, two grandsons: Jackson Hynes and Asher Marcera, sister, Cathy (John) Mallet, brother, Brian (Mary Ann) Sorochty, stepmother, Eileen Sorochty, step sister Kristine Fredrick, father-in-law, Salvatore Marcera, brother-in-law, Michael Marcera, brother-in-law Salvatore (Lisa) Marcera, her Aunt and Uncle, Ginny and Jerry Janas, her cousins: Michelle (Ben) Craft, Mandy (Paul) Tramonto, and Jerry Janas . She is also survived by her loving nieces and nephews: Stephen and Jeremy Mallett, Brandon and Britney Donovan, Loretta and Amelia Sorochty, and Andrea and Gianna Marcera.
Lisa was born on February 18, 1964 in Rochester. She was a proud graduate of Bishop Kearney High School. She worked at General Motors for 20 years where she met her husband, Frank. Most recently, she worked for the Brockport Central School District. She started in the High School cafeteria and then after hard work and determination, became a bus driver. She was an extremely dedicated worker and truly loved her job and each child she worked with. Lisa was very dedicated to her family. Family always came first to her. Her greatest joys in life were the birth of her three children Kristi, Alyssa, and Frankie and watching them grow and become the beautiful people they are today. She also found immense joy in the birth of her two grandsons, Jackson and Asher. Lisa’s love for animals was a life-long passion. She was heavily involved with local rescue agencies as well as larger scale missions like Empty the Tanks, where she and her family would go to Marineland to protest the captivity of animals. Lisa’s motto in life was “every living thing has a purpose.” She had the most beautiful smile with such a natural warmth to make anyone in her presence feel happy and loved.
Calling hours will be on Tuesday January 25, 2022 at Fowler Funeral Home in Brockport from 4-7pm. Church service will be on Wednesday January 26, 2022 at St. Mary’s in Holley at 11:00am.
For any donations to honor Lisa’s memory, please send to Rescue Treasures, Pitty Love Rescue, Mr Grey’s Strays, Puppy Mill Rescue Team, or Empty the Tanks.