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Frances B. Pisaravich

Posted By Hall-Wynne On March 23, 2009 @ 12:00 am In Obituaries | No Comments

Frances B. Pisaravich, 85, died Monday in Hillcrest Convalescent following a brief illness. A native of Detroit, she lived most of her adult life in Dearborn, Mich. Mrs. Pisaravich moved to the area in 2004 to be close to her daughter. She made her home at the Durham Regent, where her remaining years were happy and fulfilling. Mrs. Pisaravich enjoyed crafts for many years but will be remembered most for her smile. She was a parishioner of St. Thomas More Catholic Church.

Surviving are her daughter, Cheryl Filpus and husband, David, of Chapel Hill; and grandsons, Gregory and Mark Filpus. She was predeceased by her husband, George in 2003.

A Mass of Christian burial will be offered 10:00 AM Thursday from St. Thomas More Catholic Church. A reception will follow. Interment will be in St. Matthew Catholic Cemetery. Donations in Mrs. Pisaravich’s memory may be made to: St. Thomas More Church or the Alzheimer’s Assn. Arrangements are with Hall-Wynne Funeral Service. On-line memorials: www.hallwynne.com. Select Obituaries.


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Condolence from Deb Hancock on March 25th, 2009 12:00 am

I am so saddened to hear about Aunt Frances. She was such a wonderful person. I remember going to her house with my mom when she lived on Denwood in Dearborn, Michigan. We always enjoyed all of her delicious baked goods and sweet desserts, especially her Ribbon Jello. She had a golden heart, was warm and caring, a great listener and conversationalist.
I also remember that huge cherry tree in the back yard. Uncle George let me climb on the roof of the garage to pick the yummy cherries. He would sit in a lawn chair in the yard saying over and over “Don’t you go fallin”. Of course, my mom was in their house eating Aunt Frances’ cookies and drinking coffee. When I grew up I did the exact same thing.
Thank You Aunt Frances for all of the wonderful childhood and adulthood memories. I still can’t make your “Ribbon Jello”.
Keeping thoughts of you!
My thoughts and prayers go out to Cheryl, Dave, Greg and Mark.

Love,
Debbie

Condolence from Deb Hancock on March 25th, 2009 12:00 am

I am so saddened to hear about Aunt Frances. She was such a wonderful person. I remember going to her house with my mom when she lived on Denwood in Dearborn, Michigan. We always enjoyed all of her delicious baked goods and sweet desserts, especially her Ribbon Jello. She had a golden heart, was warm and caring, a great listener and conversationalist.
I also remember that huge cherry tree in the back yard. Uncle George let me climb on the roof of the garage to pick the yummy cherries. He would sit in a lawn chair in the yard saying over and over “Don’t you go fallin”. Of course, my mom was in their house eating Aunt Frances’ cookies and drinking coffee. When I grew up I did the exact same thing.
Thank You Aunt Frances for all of the wonderful childhood and adulthood memories. I still can’t make your “Ribbon Jello”.
Keeping thoughts of you!
My thoughts and prayers go out to Cheryl, Dave, Greg and Mark.

Love,
Debbie

Condolence from Paula Breedlove, Iris Pritchard on March 25th, 2009 12:00 am

My mother, Iris Pritchard, lives at “The Home”, as she calls it. I go several times a week, and your mother was always sitting in the area next to the elevator, greeting people and smiling that wonderful smile. We always chatted briefly; her personality was so sunny that she brightened my day. I’m so sorry about her death. Paula Breedlove

Condolence from Paula Breedlove, Iris Pritchard on March 25th, 2009 12:00 am

My mother, Iris Pritchard, lives at “The Home”, as she calls it. I go several times a week, and your mother was always sitting in the area next to the elevator, greeting people and smiling that wonderful smile. We always chatted briefly; her personality was so sunny that she brightened my day. I’m so sorry about her death.

Condolence from Marilyn Rank on March 26th, 2009 12:00 am

Dear Cheryl and family,
We are so sorry to have learned of
your mother’s passing.I always enjoyed her friendship. Please accept our sincere sympathy in yourgreat loss

Marilyn Rank.

Condolence from Denise Austin on March 26th, 2009 12:00 am

I was sad when my Mom told me Aunt Frances passed away.I have missed her since she moved.I will always remember her smile,her loving heart and yes,her cookies!Holidays have not been the same without my Grandma and when Aunt Frances still lived here I enjoyed her so much at my Moms home on the holidays.My deepest sympathy to Cheryl and her family.Sincerely,Denise Austin

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