Francesca-Martino-Obituary

Francesca Luciana Ferrari Rojas Tijerina Martino

Pinellas Park, Florida

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MARTINO, Francesca Luciana Ferrari Rojas Tijerina 23, died Monday, Oct. 19, 2009. She is survived by her parents, Richard and Cecilia; her sister Alejandra of Largo; her grandmother, Dorothy Martino of Brockway, PA; plus several cousins, aunts and uncles across the United States. She came from...

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i never knew her /feels i do / shes the lady that touched hearts [ from what i read] and that is an everlasting thing few people have got to have in today's world we live in,,,its true God has a plan what that plan is,sorry to say only he knows the answer to it. Richard & Cecilia Martino only you know the loss of a child....and maybe, just maybe its another part of Gods plan for us all,,,, The Love Of a Child

God Bless - May His arms comfort you in your time of loss and strengthen you in His Holy Name.

I stumble on to this obituary - I wanted to send my condolences and prayers to you and your family. God Bless - Cynthia Pantoja

Francesca, I miss and love you so much

Congratulations! Francesca Luciana Martino met all requirements for her Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering (aka rocket science). She had already completed 200 credits when it takes 120 credits to graduate. She will be honored at a special ceremony at the 2010 Spring Graduation of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where her parents will be proud to accept her diploma. She was majoring in aerospace engineering, aerospace studies, and minoring in mechanical engineering,...

Just checking in on you...Miss you today as much as ever.

My deepest condolences to the family on your loss. My prayers are with you.

May God always be looking over your shoulder.

My dear cousins,
My time around Francesca was sparce and yet she always left me thinking of my own experiences. When I was around her it felt like we had spent lots of time together. I greatly admired her warm and out going nature. I also worked at NASA, Johnson Space Craft Center during my youth (mid 70's last three Apollo flights). I loved every minute of it as I know Francesca did.
My heart stopped the moment I heard of her death and I still feel the hurt today. I can only...

It is a mystery why one so loved and loving was taken so soon. God promised us that the mysteries of the world will be revealed to us. That means one day we will know what His plan was with this lovely young woman. My heart aches for your loss but my heart rejoices that she lived life to the fullest and gave her family and her friends such joy.