Frances Tamborrino

September 23, 1930December 23, 2020

Frances Tamborrino was born on September 23, 1930 and passed away on December 23, 2020 in TOMS RIVER, New Jersey and is under the care of Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home.

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Frances Tamborrino

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Ken Conte

December 30, 2020

Well I met you at my baptism as you were my godmother. You taught me how to ice skate. We shared every holiday together on Pitt rd and then continued that tradition in Toms River with lobsters and margaritas . you were always so kind to me and so helpful to Tammy and myself during my moms illness. Having twin daughters, I now understand the powerful connection you shared with my mom. Rest In Peace.

Susan and James Amatel

December 28, 2020

Dear Tamborrino Family,

Where do we begin? Our lives are so full of the many memories of Aunt Fran.

Holidays and dinners here, breakfast and lunch outings, shopping, and Atlantic City day trips just to name a fraction of the times we spent together.

Some of the most memorable times for me are outings with the "ladies"...Peggy, Aunt Fran and my mom, Kay...we were gone from morning to night on many occasions laughing the day away and stopping at every farm stand along the way. I know the "ladies" are now together and still laughing the day away!

Jim and I will cherish all those moments in time forever.

We love you Aunt Fran.

Susan and James Amatel

Kathleen Ragazzo

December 28, 2020

Although we haven't seen Aunt Fran for 5 years we did share some great times together while she lived here in Toms River. My mom (Peggy), and Aunt Fran were inseparable especially since the loss of her twin, Kathleen . Then I think my mom thought she was the "other" twin! When not together, which was rarely ever, they would be on the phone constantly, " what show are you watching", " what are you having for dinner" , " do you want to go shopping or AC tomorrow"? When mom no longer was driving, either myself or my sister-in-law, Sue would be their personal driver! Just listening to them in the back seat talking about when they were younger and the things they did would just laugh out loud, sometimes cry from laughing so hard! "Those were the good old days" which was a quote they used all the time! Aunt Fran, RIP, until we meet again. As for now, I know you're in good hands, reunited with your sisters, mom, dad and Uncle Tony!