Carmelina Ann Mazzarella Frankosky

Landenberg, Pa, Delaware

Age 78


Landenberg, Pa, Delaware


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Carmelina Ann Mazzarella FrankoskyLandenberg, PA - Carmelina Ann Mazzarella Frankosky, daughter of the late Charles & Antonietta Villano Mazzarella, passed away in Landenberg, PA, on Monday, April 20, 2020, 5 days before her 79th birthday. She was born and raised in Wyoming, PA and graduated...

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My sincere condolences to Carmen's family. This lovely lady was taken way too soon.

Condolences to the Frankosky family,we go back many years ago.
Joe & Rose Pineno

Tina, Jack, Kevin and families - our condolences regarding your recent loss. Please know you are all in our thoughts during this time.
Andy, Sally, Andi Nicole and Ty Mazzarella - York, PA

Dear Jack, Kevin, Tina, and your families,
I'm so sorry to learn about dear Carmen's death. She was a sweetheart with a heart of gold, a trusted friend with whom I shared many laughs and good times. I pray that your happy memories will one day overshadow the grief.

Im so sorry to hear about Carmens passing. I worked with Carmen many years at St francis Hospital. What a wonderful person and a great IV nurse. She made everybody comfortable when placing an IV. She will be missed by many. Heaven has gained another angel. God bless her.

Tina and family.
I am so sorry for the loss of your sister. I remember her so clearly. She was a beautiful person.

I'm so very sorry to hear of Carmen's passing. I worked with Carmen at St. Francis for a brief time. The patients and staff were graced with her exuberance, smile and nursing skills every day. As we pass through this life, there are others that leave a lasting impression and memory with us. Carmen left that with me and everyone who had the pleasure to work with her at St Francis Hospital. God Bless her.

Jack, Kevin and families, everyone that met your mom loved her. She welcomed all of us into your family the moment we met. A beautiful smile and her addictive laugh with a hug is how she will be remembered by me the most. The Earth will have one less wonderful mom, but Heaven gains an angel.

I am very sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful mentor to many nurses including me. May she rest in peace.