Florence P. Fraumeni (Genua)
The Fraumeni and Genua Families:
Please accept our deepest condolences at the passing of Florence. I had spoken to Florence just before Christmas and had promised her a visit but the snow has kept us away this winter. Florence was my first grade teacher at Broad Street School. She and I got re acquainted in the mid 1990's and we have been exchanging cards ever since. My 3 sisters and I remember her very fondly and she was very devoted to all her students. Florence was very proud of her grandsons and had lots of stories to share. Blessings to all. Irene Luke Hope, East Greenwich, RI
My late mother (Teresa Petrocelli) treasured her friendship with Florence and all the Genuas. Please give Grace my own deepest condolances, and let her know I offered mass for Florence. (I sent a Mass card to her Smithfield Ave. address, but it was just returned by the post office.) May God be with you all, and give you consolation.
Florence was a dear colleague at Worcester State University, an excellent role model and constant friend.You must be so proud of her.
Nancy Harris, Nancy Johnson and Mary Ellen Meegan-WSU Professors Ret.
Dear Grace,Kathy,Matt,Bud and Dee,
Mo and I were sorry to hear of Florence's passing. We trust she rests in peace now with Francis and all the others in the family who have left us. God bless you.
John and Mo Orabone
To the Fraumeni and Genua families,
Our sympathy and prayers to you on the loss of Florence. We remember her as a dear and devoted friend and classmate from RICE (RIC) of our late mother, Evelyn Crohan Pollard, and late aunt, Claire Ducharme Crohan. May she rest in peace.
Sincerely, Katherine Pollard Garafano, Claire, and Mary Pollard