Frances R. Barbaccia

January 14, 1926April 18, 2012

Frances R. Barbaccia passed away on April 18, 2012. Beloved wife of the late Philip Barbaccia. Loving mother of Christopher, Gina and the late Richard. cherished grandma of the late Thomas James. Adoring sister of Phyllis and the late Leonard. Frances was beautiful both inside and out. She was a caring and selfless human being who enjoyed cooking and gardening. Friends may visit at the Claude R. Boyd-Spencer Funeral Homes, 448 W. Main Street, Babylon Village, Saturday April 21, 2012 and Sunday April 22, 2012 from 2:00-4:30 and 7:00-9:30 pm. Funeral Mass Monday, April 23, 2012, 10:00 am at Our Lady of Perpetual Help R.C. Church, Lindenhurst, NY. Interment will follow at St. Charles Cemetery.


  • Visitation Saturday, April 21, 2012
  • Visitation Sunday, April 22, 2012
  • Funeral Mass Monday, April 23, 2012

Frances R. Barbaccia

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veronica rivera

May 14, 2012

Hi lovey dovey happy mothers day in Heaven I know you are soaring with the angels, and with your family up there Find my daughter and take care of her till I get there. Everyone misses you and loves you until we meet again all my love veronica xoxoxoxo

desiree williams

May 10, 2012

ms b, i have a hole in my heart that will never be filled, a feeling of loss that will never go away, you are closer then my own mom ever was growing up, and i'll never forget that smile, laugh and all the things we shared....especially your excellent dinners 6x a week.........give my love to your husband and ricky too,
i will see you in my dreams, and think of you every day......i miss you, i love you

christopher barbaccia

May 10, 2012

softest of all beautiful mommy

christopher barbaccia

May 10, 2012

Dearest mommy so much we have been through good and bad i have no idea why you arent here with me anymore words cannot express the misery and loss i feel if there was a way to be with you i would go immediately to be with you and care for you as a i always did , you were the best mother , friend , cook and lovliest angel of all i cant believe now i have to go on in this world with out ,you its too cruel of a world you were known as mom , mommy lovey fritter frenzy and brioshe your real name was sweetest mother of them all what will i ever do with out you people say i now must go on and they knew of the wonderful mother you were but how do you go on with out the best mother ever where do you start i just want you to know how much i loved you and never ever minded taking care of you iam so glad i was able to be your care taker there was nothing else i would ever have wanted please watch over gina and i sprinnkles , daisy , juliet and little chicken please guard our house with the light and love you always personified on everyone and i iwll do the same i love you mommy softest of all wonderful mommys and i just want to say HAPPY MOTHERS DAY IN HEAVEN i will miss being with you out to dinner and always buying you everything in sight and you telling me too much but intend to still buy you things i will just have to deliver it to another place you were and always be my life my light and my heart they will never be anyone like you again i miss you so much my heart is broken love you always chris xxxxooooooooooo

April 26, 2012

To Gina, Chris and family,

Your mom was a warm, sweet, genuine lady. Remember all the lovely memories and good times together. In a way she is still with you always Gina, "here" by your heart.

Maria Pisano

April 24, 2012

Dear Gina and Chris,
I can still remember 35 years ago when I first met your mom. I liked her right from the start and felt very welcomed in her home. I think I spent the whole weekend there. Today at Mass, when Ave Maria was being sung I pictured her first floating,then walking on a staircase of clouds looking like those black and white photos ,smiling and looking back over her shoulder. Her job here is done, and what a great job she did. Rest in Peace Mrs.B

Kimberly Koluch

April 23, 2012

Dear Chris and Gina, we were defenitely the lucky ones to know mom . She will be missed by many because she was the epitomy of how a human being should be. The true meaning of love and selflessness . I always looked forward to our visits along with getting my hair done.I'm glad she met Stephen and Brian,and the last time I saw her,told her a little girl was coming! God Bless you and your family and friends during this difficult time. with Love,The Koluch Family .

Frank Vignola

April 23, 2012

Dear Gina, and Chris, The memories of your mom will be with me for the rest of my life, and fine memories they will be. The laughing, crying, the dancing around. The singing oh the singing, Figaro comes too mind! That song made her laugh the hardest. And last but not least being able to help with her care and comfort i will hold the closest too me. Rest in Peace, Miss Frances R, Barbaccia, You will truly be missed.

Stephanie Falciano

April 22, 2012

Dear Gina and Christopher,
I am thankful that I had the pleasure of meeting your mother and spending time with her. She was an amazing person. James and Giovanni said that she was nice lady and that they are sad that she died. We loved coming over and watching baseball with her!

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

Stephanie, Scott, James and Giovanni

Pete Curto

April 22, 2012

Dear Gina and Chris, For as long as I've had the pleasure to know your mom, she was always smiling and asking about my family. She genuinely cared about the people she knew. Your house always smelled good around dinner and I remember Ricky never missed a meal. God will take care of her now and she will be reunited with your dad and Ricky.