My dear Aunty Frances, you have been such a big part of my life. Growing up, I couldn’t wait to spend time by your house and always marveled at how much food you would prepare. Of course there was always a big dish of cookies to take home! You always made me feel so special and I couldn’t have loved you more. Love, Kathy
Fran was always one of those amazing women that made everything she did look easy.
At every party she would be there wearing the perfect outfit for the occasion ,with her hair done as if she had just came from the beauty shop.
Most is all I loved to watch her light up talking to her family and the joy she brought to each of them and they to her.
Dear Chris, Linda, and family,
I miss all the lovely times we had together as a family. My sister and Gil always went out of their way to make you feel at home when you were in their home. They showed you pictures of them growing up and spending time with family and of course made sure that we were well fed. Family was the most important thing and that was exactly how they lived.
My heart is broken with the loss of Frances and my sister Elsie. They were the best sisters who took great care of me. You all our in my thoughts and prayers.
Much love always,
Our dear and loving aunt Franie was a very special part of our Chicago family! My dad‘s loving sister, my godmother, and an all-around kind giving person. Always remember her good cooking and special touches. She was always very excited to see us all.
My fondest memories of my Grandmother were to watch her get excited. Whether it was over sharing a plan for the future, sharing some good news, or just a funny story. Her blue eyes would beam like a child, as she would clap her wrists together. That is my main memory, one of joy. I wish I had a pic of Grandma in the act, to share with others, but I remember clearly.
GG, I will miss you dearly. I remember all those Thanksgiving dinners... maybe 10 of us; but, we had 30 different foods from which to choose :-) Let's just say I never left your house hungry! The baking and the cooking and the caring... so much care went into every meal. I mean, who takes the time to make rice crispy treats into turkeys? Just the sweetest, most caring , loving grandmother a person could ever ask for... Rest in Peace. Love you so much.