ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Frances Venneri, 59 years old, born on February 8, 1961, and passed away on December 30, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Janet Klein on March 21, 2021
Fran you were such a good friend to me when I first started my career at Toys R Us so many many years ago. We became fast friends outside of work and I met so much of your family, and your kids and Grandkids...so many that miss you every single day.
I still cannot believe your gone. Gone way to young. We didn’t talk every week...or even every month..but all I had to do was text you or call you and we fell right in step jus like it was yesterday. So many memories I have that I will never forget. Rest In Peace my dear Fran ♥️
Posted by Michele Caniz on March 15, 2021
Fran, I am heartbroken and still can’t believe you are gone. I have so many fun and wonderful memories starting when we became friends at TRU all those years ago when we were young and before husbands and kids. All the times I stayed over at your house and hanging out in your kitchen. I tell everyone how your Mom always thought we were pulling her leg when we told her our birthdays were exactly a day apart and were born during the same blizzard You were the only one who I let give me a nickname...lol. After starting our families I loved seeing them grow and I know how much you loved them and then your grandchildren. I am so sad you will not get to see them grow up and that we will not continue to grow old together but I am so blessed to have had your friendship for almost forty years and will carry you and the memories in my heart always. I will miss you forever my friend. Love, Mishy ❤️ — with Fran Venneri.
Posted by denise szostek on March 15, 2021
My Babs. I miss you more than words can express. I got a splinter in the palm of my hand. and went to call you to come get it out. Andy the washer man was here today, he was saddened to hear you left us. I'm working really hard to get through the days without shedding tears. Thank you for being a Big part of me. loving you till I die, Big BABS.
Posted by Justine Venneri on March 15, 2021
I love you mom I can not believe god took you so soon we had so much plan for these 2 boys and abs. You were one of my best friends I wasn’t ready to let you go. I love you mom.

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Posted by Janet Klein on March 21, 2021
Fran you were such a good friend to me when I first started my career at Toys R Us so many many years ago. We became fast friends outside of work and I met so much of your family, and your kids and Grandkids...so many that miss you every single day.
I still cannot believe your gone. Gone way to young. We didn’t talk every week...or even every month..but all I had to do was text you or call you and we fell right in step jus like it was yesterday. So many memories I have that I will never forget. Rest In Peace my dear Fran ♥️
Posted by Michele Caniz on March 15, 2021
Fran, I am heartbroken and still can’t believe you are gone. I have so many fun and wonderful memories starting when we became friends at TRU all those years ago when we were young and before husbands and kids. All the times I stayed over at your house and hanging out in your kitchen. I tell everyone how your Mom always thought we were pulling her leg when we told her our birthdays were exactly a day apart and were born during the same blizzard You were the only one who I let give me a nickname...lol. After starting our families I loved seeing them grow and I know how much you loved them and then your grandchildren. I am so sad you will not get to see them grow up and that we will not continue to grow old together but I am so blessed to have had your friendship for almost forty years and will carry you and the memories in my heart always. I will miss you forever my friend. Love, Mishy ❤️ — with Fran Venneri.
Posted by denise szostek on March 15, 2021
My Babs. I miss you more than words can express. I got a splinter in the palm of my hand. and went to call you to come get it out. Andy the washer man was here today, he was saddened to hear you left us. I'm working really hard to get through the days without shedding tears. Thank you for being a Big part of me. loving you till I die, Big BABS.
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Shared by Justine Venneri on March 15, 2021
This describes my mom.