Frances Katherine Jodice

March 13, 1949October 4, 2018

Frances K. Jodice passes away peacefully October 4th 2018 with her family by her side. Beloved wife of the late Richard F Jodice. Cherished daughter of the late Frank and the late Frances Newkirk. Caring sister of the late Edward Sanchez, the late Katherine Lebright, Elizabeth Esposito (Joseph) and Regina Lambert. Loving mother of Richard Jodice (Vanessa) and Julia Spinoso (Roger). Doting grandmother of Joseph, Celena and Mikayla Estrada. Born in Jersey City and a lifelong resident of Hudson County, she loved her crafts, spending time with family and caring for animals. In lieu of flowers, donations in France’s memory can be made out to Secaucus Animal Shelter. Viewing for Frances Jodice will take place October 6th from 2-4pm and 7-9pm at Mack Memorial Home, 1245 Paterson Plank Road, Secaucus NJ. Funeral Services will be held October 7th at 5:00pm at Mack Memorial Home.


  • Visitation Saturday, October 6, 2018
  • Visitation Saturday, October 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Sunday, October 7, 2018

Frances Katherine Jodice

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Carol Gasser

November 4, 2018

Frankie you are going to be missed by many & me You are in God Hands now, and also you'll be angel watching over everyone.
Love & Miss You
Carol (Little One)

Sharon Guttilla

October 6, 2018

Frankie and I have been friends for at least 53 years. My best memories are of all of us hanging out at Frankie's house. Saturday nights playing games or going to dinner with Betty and Joe and Frankie and Richie and Tony and I. We laughed till we cried until wee hours of the morning. Christmas Eve was the best.Tony always had to put the toys together. When Frankie first got sick I was devastated, but we had hope. We hung out at my house and laughed even at chemo. I thought we would grow old together, we had plans to travel a lot when Frankie retired. I'm glad we did go to Fla. And Epcot. And hung out with her son Rich. And to New Orleans with Betty and Joe had a great time. I will always remember the good times we had. Love you always, my best buddy! ❤❤❤ we never made it to Ireland with Betty and Joe. And that's sad!

Nicholas Goldsack

October 5, 2018


Nicholas Goldsack

October 5, 2018

My memories of Frankie go back to the days we were fellow workers. We shared frustrations but mostly laughter and good conversations. When Frankie retired we formed a bond and that bond included Susan Flanagan, Mary Miller and myself. We called ourselves The Four Musketeers and we took day trips whenever Frankie was up to it. Susan and Mary would take her shopping and to Sloan whenever called. But the greatest memories are the trips and the bond that will always be with Susan. Mary and me. Even though she has left us our friendship love and memories we never die. Thank you Frankie for allowing us in your life. Love you always