Geraldine Ficarra

Essex/stratford, Connecticut

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Geri and I were BFFs in law school. Following graduation, her career in private practice and mine in government made it harder to maintain the intensity of the friendship, but we connected from time to time. I can't believe I can 't call her up for dinner, a play or a law school event. Geraldine, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Elaine, you too.

Geri is among my best-remembered and most fondly remembered former students. I am proud to have been one of her teachers and prouder still to have been one of her many friends. I truly mourn her passing. It is a loss to the legal profession, to the community -- and to me.

Dear Elaine,
I was so saddened to learn of the death of your dear sister, as I know how much you loved each other. Where has the time gone? It seems like it was yesterday when we were laughing and planning the judging of the king and queen of the Barnum festival. We had
some really fun times together. We will never ever forget our dear loved ones and we will always have our cherished memories. May God bless you. With my deepest sympathy, Lorraine Scelfo

I am so sad to hear this. Geri and I became friends while she was a member of St. Andrew Parish in Bridgeport. She was a wonderful person and always made me laugh. God bless you, Geri, for all that you did for those who have been blessed to know and love you.

Jeannie Bisson

Geri was a good friend and helped me through several difficult times with her skills in the law. We will miss her quick wit and intellect. Geri was special.

Geri was a good lawyer, but more importantly a good person and a good friend. She will be missed.


Geraldine's Obituaries

Geraldine M. FicarraGeraldine M. Ficarra, 68, of Essex, died October 12, 2017 at her home. Known to her friends and family as Geri, she was an ardent Francophile, fluent in French and Italian. After graduating from Boston University, she lived in Boston for a number of years before moving to...

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