OBITUARY

Josephine Frances Reese

5 September , 196310 May , 2019

Josephine C. Fanto – Reese of Fort Pierce, Florida passed away May, 10, 2019 at 5:15 am. Formerly of Sayreville, New Jersey. Josephine, who also went by Josie leaves behind her beloved husband James Reese of Fort Pierce, along with her children, Danielle Torres (35), Albert Torres (34), Thomas Torres (32), Carol McClelland (28), and Sunnisha Trattles (25); her two step- children, Gabrielle and Jamie Reese. Josie is survived by her brother Michael Fanto; her grand-children, Jason, Daniel, Nasir, Darious, Albert III, Novalie, Elvis, Seraphine, Anakin, Mercy, Kadence, Arriana, Arabella, Daisy, Davion, and Davon. Preceded in death by her parents Thomas and Mary Fanto. Josie was a member of St. John of the Cross in Vero Beach, FL. A Celebration of Life For Josephine will be held at 5:30 pm on Saturday May 18, 2019 at 2519 Avenue L, Fort Pierce, FL 34947.

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Eddie Trusty

18 May 2019

Words can not express what I am feeling and no one will understand either but for many with you and your family we created so many memories I can sit here all day and talk about all of them but the best are what I will carry on

Jason Nasir Darious Grand kids

16 May 2019

We miss you so much grandma, sleep peacefully n fly with the angels

Danielle Oldest

16 May 2019

I miss u so much I wish I’d come back ur grandkids miss u too I love u mommy

Clare Bloodgood

15 May 2019

Josie may not have been my blood sister but she was my bestie, secret keeper, and I loved her so much. She will be missed and loved eternally. REST IN PARADISE SIS.

Nancy Ellard

14 May 2019

Josie, I remember high school like it was yesterday. You were always smiling, laughing and lots of fun. When I moved to Florida I hoped to get to the East Coast.... Sadly I wish I got there sooner.

Rest in peace, you're in a better place and out of pain and suffering. My prayers to your family as they go through the grieving process.

You will always be in my thoughts as that fun energetic person with the blonde hair I wish I had.

Love,
Nancy Ellard

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