FRANCES-DeMARCO-Obituary

FRANCES DeMARCO

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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DeMARCO FRANCES "FEE FEE" Peacefully on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 100 years old, of Swissvale. Devoted wife of Dominic DeMarco; beloved sister of Mary Alioto, Anne Indovina, Anthony and Joseph Girasia; loving and generous Aunt to many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews. The...

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Aunt Fee Fee was my "adopted" Aunt whom I loved so very much. She was a sweet, funny, caring wonderful lady whom I will miss very much. My only consolation in "losing" her is that I know she is at piece and in a much better place now with OUR HEAVENLY FATHER. GOD BLESS YOU AUNT FEE FEE. Peace be with you and with those that you have left behind.

Rest in peace Aunt Frances...I have fond memories of going to your house on our visits to Pittsburgh. Loved your your homemade ravioli and meatless meatballs! And sitting in your kitchen just "shooting the breeze" while Uncle Dom sat there giving us that "look" and sly smile. Happy memories...

my Deepest Sympathy. to the family. my heart is hurting .I.ve been taking care of FIFI .when she arrived at the Hertiage .she is gonna be missed by so Many. prayers ..Ms Dina Garner #3rd fl

Aunt Frances, I'm going to miss our weekly conversations so much. I know you're at peace right now but I wish you were still here. I so enjoyed our visits together and am so happy I was able to spend the day with you on your 100th birthday celebration, I wouldn't have missed it for the world. Go in peace Dear Aunt and know that I will be thinking of you often.
Love, Antoinette

It is with a heavy heart that I won't be able to say goodbye to Aunt Fee. May she Rest In Peace. I am happy I was able to attend her 100th birthday party this past January. She was her usual feisty self and I shall cherish the memories.

How sad my heart will be forever without "My Fee Fee"...I couldn't say Frances so she became "Fee Fee" to me...This was a special person..On my Uncle Joe's deathbed, he asked me to "take care of my sister Frances"..I promised him I would and that I did..When I could no longer care for her myself, I searched until I found her next home..How fortunate we were able to find her new home and how she loved the people and her "new home" as she fondly called...