Katherine F. Frattarola

May 23, 1932 - March 2, 2023
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Funeral Service

All services will take place privately.

Katherine (Kathy) Frattarola (May 23, 1932- March 2, 2023) lived a beautiful, dignified life.  Best known for her friendly and welcoming disposition, she provided comfort and solace while asking little in return. Her husband, Bill (now deceased), adored her and together they raised 5 wonderful children; Gayle, Joanne, Billy, Steven and Tommy. All were taughtContinue Reading

Tom and Ellen Barker left a message on March 13, 2023:
Billy and your family our deepest sympathy, our prayers are with you
Marianne and Ken Tamms left a message on March 10, 2023:
Jo, Ken and I cherished the time spent with you, and your family . Your Mom was one of the sweetest ladies I ever knew! Her smile was infectious and her cooking was second to none! She gave this gift to you Jo. Praying for her and you all at this time.💔
Lisa Dettloff left a message on March 10, 2023:
You’re one of the sweetest people I’ve known. Always enjoyed laughing and being with you. Be sure to say hi to my father. All my love forever. 💕
Barone Family left a message on March 10, 2023:
Sending our condolences to the whole family.
Eleana Betro left a message on March 10, 2023:
So many great memories with our beautiful sweet cousin Katherine..Many fun times getting together that our family will always remember and be grateful for. I can only imagine the wonderful greeting she has received in heaven with all of our not forgotten family ❤️
Meg Serraro left a message on March 10, 2023:
Dearest Joanne and your wonderful family. My sincerest condolences for you all. Your Mom was a lovely woman who was so welcoming to me always . She always had a beautiful smile for me every time I saw her thru the years. That is what I will most remember💔
Jeanne Berlin left a message on March 9, 2023:
Kathy Dear, we will miss you here in Village IX… the Mah Jong games, the fun together at the game table and the almost 40 years of the friendship of Joel and I with you and Bill. Jeanne Berlin
Joseph J. Smith left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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