In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society in Terry's name.

Terry Francisco

23 May , 19637 August , 2019

Terence Hugh ( Terry) Francisco passed away peacefully on August 7th, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. Terry was originally from the Philadelphia area, attended Salesianum High School in Wilmington Delaware and then graduated from the University of Iowa and went on to obtain his MBA. After serving in the Air Force Terry rose rapidly through the ranks of Public Relations/Communications for several corporations, including Duke Energy and Rockwell almost recently as a PR executive for Bank of America. A devout Catholic, Terry's major interests included tennis, hiking, politics, reading and the LA Dodgers. He is survived by his wife Anne Broadbent Francisco of Westlake Village, daughters Amanda Francisco Noelle Francisco, Isabella Francisco of Westlake Village and brother Joseph Francisco of Glen Mills Pennsylvania. There will be a gathering on Monday, September 30th at 12:30pm with a burial to follow at 1:00pm. The cemetery is located at 5600 Lindero Canyon Rd., Westlake Village, CA. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Cancer Society in Terry's name.


  • Memorial Mass Monday, 12 August , 2019


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Danielle Curtin

23 August 2019

I didn't get to interact with Terry very much, because we worked in different areas, but I did see him a couple times a year at volunteer events. Terry was a very kind and generous person. He volunteered to help support the local food bank and our Adopt a Family activities during the holidays. He always supported people in need. I will always remember his personality, kindness and genuine concern for others. Oh and his amazing buffalo chicken dip! Yum!!

My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Terry is blessing to all who knew him.

DeAnna Stephens

13 August 2019

I worked with Terry for many years at Bank of America and he was a great talent and a pleasure to work with. He will be missed. My sympathy to the family during this difficult time.
DeAnna Stephens - Charlotte, NC