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Shannon Rufe Snow Drive Funeral Chapel

6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, TX

OBITUARY

Denise Nancy Grieshaber

September 25, 1953June 22, 2019
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Denise Nancy Grieshaber, 65, was born September 25, 1953 in Brooklyn, New York and passed away on June 22, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, June 27, 2019 at Shannon Funeral Chapel, 6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76148.

Denise enjoyed being with her family. Her and her husband raised three beautiful children who she loved so much. She enjoyed being with her grandchildren, gardening, taking Rebound to the dog park and shopping.

Denise is survived by her loving husband, Richard Grieshaber; daughters, Deneen Neal and husband Jay, Danielle Borden and husband Marty; son, Richie Grieshaber Jr. and dog, Rebound; grandchildren, Dylan Neal, Jayden Neal, Brooklyn Borden, Caleb Borden, Hudson Grieshaber; sisters, Teri Thar and husband Lenny, and Barbara Leiss and husband Joe, Claudia Anthony; nieces Lisa Owens, Jenette Rotondi, Renee Sharkey, Dina Grieshaber, Jillian Grieshaber, Tara Anthony, and Asia Anthony; nephews, Frankie Ferriolo, Darren Leiss, Joey Leiss, Eric Leiss, Brian Sharkey, Billy Grieshaber, Jason Grieshaber, Frankie Pennisi; brother in law, Billy Grieshaber and wife Phyllis; sister in law, Judy Grieshaber; cousins, Toni LoCasio, Frank LoCasio. Denise is preceded in death by her parents, George and Anna Schioppa; sisters: Rose Pennisi and Toni Collins; brother, Alfred Anthony.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, June 27, 2019

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Teri Thar

July 24, 2019

Just thinking of you Denise can't believe you have crossed over.

Terry Thar

July 21, 2019

Terry Thar

July 21, 2019

Terry Thar

July 21, 2019

Teri Thar

July 21, 2019

sisters are pretty special people in your life. Wheter older or younger they are your best friends and know you better than anyone. They are always by your side whether you want them there or not. Denise the baby sister of 5 girls one boy will be missed by many family and friends. Memories of the hysterical times we had during visits to Texas are never forgotten. As we age all we have are memories. Some are funny and make you laugh, others bring comfort and some bring tears. Whatever memories bring you they are so worth saving.

Denise was always fun and energetic. We have missed her visits for awhile but cherish the memory of those times. Your children in the Texas and the NY memorial have honored you so very lovingly and we know you are very proud of them all. They are grieving so and my heart breaks for them. I certainly know how much they miss you.

Rest in peace baby sister when I feel a breeze, smell dog park poop, hear or see the number13 , or hear from St Anthony, I will listen and feel your presence. I know he is taking you around to see our family and we all will meet there someday.
Love you much Mayor keep this pups fed up there too.

Barbara Leiss

July 19, 2019

Denise my baby sister which I love so very much. I have so very many wonderful memories of all our times together from childhood to adults that I will cherish forever. I remember when I would tell my sons Aunt Denise is coming with the little ones and staying here, they would get so excited and would want to know how long they were staying. She would bring gifts for everyone including some of our neighbors.
I will miss you forever Denise and hope you are enjoying being with the family in heaven. Until we meet again remember you are LOVED!

Trishul Madireddi

July 17, 2019

Trishul Madireddi

July 17, 2019

Lisa Owens

July 16, 2019

Lisa Owens

July 16, 2019