Visitation at Funeral Home
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Thursday, April 11, 2019
Fitzpatrick Funeral Home, Inc.
425 Lyceum Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Gina Turella posted a symbolic gesture
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Gina Turella lit a candle
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Gina Turella posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 9, 2019Donzel my friend my sister you left to soon. Without you here my life will not be the same. Already there is a void and a deep sadness. You were a true friend. Always there and never judgmental. You did so much for so many without even knowing it. Your heart was golden. You brightened my darkest days. I will always remember the times we spent together and be grateful to have had a true friend in you. Rest easy until we meet again.
Your Loving Sister Joan posted a condolence
Monday, April 8, 2019I’m blessed to call you sister, I also call you friend; You’ve loved me unconditionally, And stood through thick and thin. You’ve shared my joys and sorrows, My laughter and my tears. You’ve been my inspiration, As we grew up through the years. When we were little children We laughed and played together; Then growing up you stood by me, Through good and stormy weather. There’s something God has given us, That’s more than family; He’s placed a love for you, my Sister, Deep down in the heart of me.
Krista posted a condolence
Monday, April 8, 2019Yesterday we lost one of the greatest woman I’ve ever known. She was the sweetest, kindness and most unselfish person. She was the one person I could always go to because no matter what you did or what you were going through she never judged you for it she always was there to help you. I have so many amazing memories of her and me that makes me smile and laugh. She made my childhood a memory book of happiness and fun. From sleepovers all of us piled up on the floor watching movies we rented from Moonlighting to all the summers spent out back swimming, bbqing and her playing Scrabble blaring Rod Stewart on the radio. She would let us have the time of our lives. As I got older she was still a major part of my life. When I stayed there we would lay in her bed watch her crime shows and do scratch offs and just talk and laugh. Those moments are something I will always treasure. I keep hoping this is all a dream because I can’t imagine a world in it without her. I can hear her now saying Krissy Snow stop that crying and celebrate me have a few drinks and remember the good times. Thank you Aunt Donna for all the memories and for being the best Aunt and even better friend to me. I hope I can be half the woman you were and even better Aunt because I learned from the best you. I hope you and Mom-Mom are up there together watching over all of us. You both are my Angels now as you were here on earth. I love you will all my heart. I will carry you with me forever 12-03-52 to 04/06/19
Philadelphia, PA 19128