Aycock Funeral Home

1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL


Frances M Errico

April 5, 1937January 9, 2020
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Frances M. Errico 82 of Pt. St. Lucie Florida passed away in her sleep Thursday January 9, 2020. Frances lived in Florida for the past 35 years. Frances was born April 5, 1937 in Steubenville, Ohio.

Frances was preceded in death by her parents Joseph Caruso and Rose Paladino a Brother Samuel Caruso and her companion of 21 years James Corso. Frances is survived by three children. Arthur J. Errico (Carol), Albert D. Errico (Julie), and Anita J. Errico-Smith (William). Frances leaves five loving grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.

Frances held several positions in life but her favorite was greeting all with her infectious smile at Chelsea Title Company for several decades before retirement. After retirement she filled her time volunteering at St. Lucie Medical Center and the Pineapple Playhouse. She enjoyed playing cards with her many friends. Frances was a devout catholic and enjoyed attending mass as well as parish functions.

Viewing will be held Thursday January 16th from two to four and six to eight. Viewing will be at Aycock Funeral Home. 1504 S. E. Floresta Drive. Pt. St. Lucie 34983. A funeral mass will be held at St. Lucie Catholic Church at 11:00am Friday morning.

A memorial service and interment will follow at Greenwood Mausoleum in Pennsylvania at a later date.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Visitation Thursday, January 16, 2020
  • Memorial Mass Friday, January 17, 2020


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January 16, 2020

To the Family of Fran Errico,

Please accept my condolences as Heaven received an Angel. I only met Fran a couple times at Chelsea Title but was touched deeply by her warmth and amazing smile. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family at this difficult time. May you find solace in knowing she was loved by many and will always be with you in spirit. I am honored to be part of Anita's circle of friends.

In love and prayers,
Lisa Oldakowski

Gina Palermo

January 13, 2020

To the Family of Fran Errico,

Fran was a real sweetheart and a delight to be around. I'm glad to have had the pleasure to get to know her a few years ago. She could light up a room just by her presence. I am so sorry for your loss. She'll always be in my heart. I've been trying to lose weight and she was motivating me throughout it. Hope you can all keep strong and remember all the great times you have had with her. God bless you all.

Harriet Noel

January 13, 2020

Anita, Bill & Family, Art & Family, Albert & Family.
Our family prayerfully extend our love & comfort as we grieve together the lost of your Momma Fran & one of my best friends. Been friends with Fran was an opportunity from God to spread my “wings of friendship” and enjoy her specialness as a constant in my life! She lived the scripture Romans 12: 11 & 12...Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction and faithful in prayer! One day there will be a happy reunion...we were friends on earth and we will be fiends in heaven! Love & hugs, The Noels...Harriet, Mike & Family.

Cindy & Mike Mulleady

January 12, 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Fran's passing. I still remember the rainy day 28 yrs ago we met you and your Mom after you took us house hunting.. you 2 became our 1st friends when we moved to Florida. She had a personality bigger than life and the smile to go with it. I found this saying a couple years ago when my mom passed and thought I'd share it with you - “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.” May her memories help ease your pain and comfort you...If there is anything we can do don't hesitate to ask. Sending you love, hugs and prayers..

Dominic Errico

January 12, 2020

You were a part of my life from the very beginning. You lit up a room with your warm smile, and your hugs were legendary.

You were one of my strongest supporters and your love for all of us was always on display.

A piece of me is gone, but it is with the lord. Spend the rest of eternity dancing and laughing. I will see you again someday.


Dorothy Asciutto

January 11, 2020

My dear Fran...you were the most beautiful and true friend that I was grateful to have.
Through our 10 years of friendship, we shared many good times. You were always there for me in times of need. You had the knack of making me feel important in your life. You taught me to strive each day and how to be a better person.. You were always my inspiration..
I will miss you dearly but I feel blessed to have shared your friendship.
I love you, as we told each other on our daily phone chats...Rest in Peace, my dear friend...
You will never be forgotten...

Rita Mappin

January 11, 2020

Dear Art, Al and Anita - you have my deepest sympathies. I was shocked to learn that your mom passed away this week. It's been so long since we've seen each other, but she is always a most beautiful friend in my memory. I'll forever remember the fun times we had when we were neighbors, 100 years ago, it seems. The laughing and jokes we shared on your back porch with other friends and family. And our working side by side in the lab - it was a special time - tough but special. I wasn't aware you mom wasn't well, but I'm sure she is in the arms of God right now. She was a kind, loving, and very spiritual woman. I'll always remember her. May she rest in peace.

Joann (Cola) Harris

January 10, 2020

I met Fran several years ago when she contacted me to see if Jim Cola was my brother, she had graduated with him. I wrote her back and we became instant friends. A few years ago I was visiting my cousin in Hollywood Florida and Fran wanted so much For us to meet in person.
She and Jim drove down for the day an we had an amazing visit. They had dinner with us and we talked for hours and hours.
I loved her spirit and her beauty. I often told her I was living vicariously through her, she loved going to dinner and dancing with Jim.
I will miss her emails and Facebook posts keeping us up on her amazing life.
I send my condolences to her children and their families, she so loved all of you! Cherish your memories of her, talk about her beautiful life. She and Jim will be dancing and laughing and loving each other .
I will miss you, my friend.
Joann Cola Harris

Carol Vazquez

January 9, 2020

What can I say about a woman who had it all? Beautiful, smart, elegant dresser, took pride in the way she carried herself, a wonderful friend, loving devoted mom and wife? Always a kind word for everyone she met, someone you loved to be around. I will miss you my dear friend till we meet in heaven one day, may The Lord keep you wrapped in His arms free of pain and suffering, Amen.