Lisa Justice

Obituary of Lisa Justice

               Mrs. Lisa J. Mancastroppa Justice, 48, of 614 N. 3rd St. Titusville, passed away unexpectedly, on Thursday, May 31, 2018 at UPMC Presbyterian in Pittsburgh.

               Lisa was born on March 1, 1970 in Somers Point, NJ, to Frederick “Stu” and Virginia Parke Mancastroppa. She married Joe Michael Justice on June 18, 2004 in Tennessee.

               She was a graduate of Titusville High School, class of 1988. She received her associate’s degree from Pitt Titusville, a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Christopher Newport University, and a bachelors in business management and accounting from Pitt Bradford.

               Lisa was a full time caregiver to her husband and was formerly employed by Senior Helpers out of Erie working as a caregiver. She traveled all over the area to be with her patients.

               She was certified in floral design. She was a former member of the Pleasantville Vol. Fire Dept. as a fire police officer, past president of the Pleasantville Community Festival Committee, was an amazing cook and traveled around the US competing in BBQ cook offs. She loved being with her K9’s, her cats and being with friends and family.

               Lisa is survived by her husband Joe of Titusville; her mother Virginia of Titusville; three siblings, Virginia Beavis and husband Gordon of Titusville, Roger Mancastroppa and wife Shawn White of Richmond, VA, and Analou Hathaway and husband Corey of Morrisville, VT; three step children, John Michael Justice of Virginia, and Andrew Justice and Karlee of Polk, and Brittany Justice; step grandchildren, Austyn Light, Brianna L. Gunther, Ailey Justice, Brayden Justice, Cullen Perry, Ashton Caldwell, and Briar Rose Justice; nieces and nephews, Carina and Colin Lewis of Colorado, Jade Mancastroppa of Richmond, and Eliana and Sylvan Hathaway of Vermont; several aunts, uncles, and many cousins on the east and west coast.

               She was preceded in death by her father Frederick “Stu” Mancastroppa.

               Family and friends are invited to attend a gathering on Sunday, June 3, 2018 at the Pleasantville Presbyterian Church Chapel 155 East State St. Pleasantville, PA 16341 from 2 PM to 4 PM. There will be a second gathering on June 17, 2018 at Blood Farm in Oil Creek State Park. For additional details contact

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