Mrs. Frances Illuzzi

  • Died: August 3, 2021
  • Location: New York City, New York

Perazzo Funeral Home

199 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012

Tel. (212) 777-7108

Tribute & Message From The Family


FRANCES ILLUZZI (BAVARO)
Born in Giovinazzo (Bari) Italy on Jan. 31, 1934.
Longtime resident of Greenwich Village.
Distinguished parishioner of Our Lady of Pompeii, where she served as Eucharistic minister, lector and member of the choir.
Devoted wife of 54 years to Pasquale (deceased).
Loving mother to Vincent (and Stephanie), Angelo (and Ellen), Joseph (and Hanna), Frances (and Marc Kessler).
Adored grandmother to Francis (and Lauren), Catherine, Vincent, Christian, Nicholas, Gabriella and Michael.
Very proud great-grandmother to Liliana Lucia.
The entire community was her "family."
She will be missed by all.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Hi, My name is Maryrose. Francesca was my new friend in NY. We met at the church Our Lady of Pompeii. The last time I saw her, we went out for lunch after daily mass and had a wonderful time. She spoke with great fondness and love for her children. I was away when she went home to God and just found out. My condolences. She was a lovely woman. I loved hearing her read the readings in her Italian accent and sing Allelluia. Peace to the family. I miss her already.

Posted by Maryrose Olen - NY, NY - Friend   September 02, 2021

I'm so deeply saddened to hear of her passing she was so loving and wonderful she was like a sister to me she will be so missed.

Posted by Antonette Saraceno - wappinger falls, NY - Friend   August 09, 2021

I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Frances she is truly a saint in heaven always a smile and kind words my heart goes out to her family
Sincerely Marianne Isola and family

Posted by Marianne Isola - Ny, NY - Friend   August 06, 2021

Dear Joe and family. I am
So sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers

Posted by Tricia Tully-Metz - Flanders, NJ - Family Friend   August 05, 2021

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My heart is saddened to hear of the passing of Frances, aka Franca to the old GV Italians.
She was a sweet, kind woman who cared and always helped her friends and neighbors and the older Italian ladies. She kept the Italian rosary tradition going which my mother enjoyed listening to. She'd call me to ask about my Mom, which always touched my heart. She truly was a very special lady and probably the last one of the old Italian woman left that I knew growing up. My sincere condolences to Angelo, Vinny, Joseph and Frances and their families. May you find solace and peace knowing she is in heaven, praying the rosary in Italian with all those she helped throughout her years here on earth. My thoughts and prayers are with you all...

Posted by CARLA CASCI PRINCIPATO - Old Bridge, NJ - Acquaintance   August 05, 2021

My heart is saddened to hear of the passing of Frances, aka Franca to the old GV Italians.
She was a sweet, kind woman who cared and always helped her friends and neighbors and the older Italian ladies. She kept the Italian rosary tradition going which my mother enjoyed listening to. She'd call me to ask about my Mom, which always touched my heart. She truly was a very special lady and probably the last one of the old Italian woman left that I knew growing up. My sincere condolences to Angelo, Vinny, Joseph and Frances and their families. May you find solace and peace knowing she is in heaven, praying the rosary in Italian with all those she helped throughout her years here on earth. My thoughts and prayers are with you all...

Posted by CARLA CASCI PRINCIPATO - OLD BRIDGE, NJ - acquaintance   August 05, 2021