Condolence: I'll always remember Fran's smiling face when we would meet at Penn Station. A group of us ladies would meet at Penn Station on a Wednesday to see a play in NYC. Fran and I would meet at one of the "carts" and look at watches while waiting for the other ladies. She was always on the look out for new - fashionable watches, I still have the one she convinced me to buy!
She will be missed, and my condolence goes out to her family and for her sister and my friend Lorraine.
Condolence: Francine was like a breath of fresh air - so refreshing, so dynamic,so wonderful. I met her when I started working at Federal Sweets in Clifton when she was engaged to Richie . She would come to work wearing white gloves and beautiful dresses with her long hair in a pageboy cut. She was so easy to like and an excellent role model. We met again many years later and she became like a mom to me. She always gave good advice and loved to be with my husband Bob and I on our many outings. What s treasure my husband would say, We will miss our Francine and wish her family our deepest sympathy in the days to follow. It was our pleasure to love her and be loved by her.