OBITUARY

Elizabeth M Biscotto

September 22, 1932March 29, 2021

Arrangements were made under the direction of Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home 7950 131st Street N., Seminole, FL 33778/727-391-0121

  • FAMILY

  • Frank Biscotto, Husband
  • Mrs. Biscotto also leaves many nieces, nephews and friends to cherish her memory.

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FRANK CUONZO

April 4, 2021

Dear Frank,
Joanne and i will always remember you and Betty and how kind and generous you were to our children when we stayed at your apartments in the middle 70"s. You and my uncle and sometimes my brother use to dig clams by the sunshine bridge together then eat them in back of the motel. we love you and Betty and will always have a place in our Heart for you. We are sorry for your loss and
pray for your ability to grieve and move forward.
Frank,Joanne,Angela,and Camille cuonzo

Gene Phillips

April 1, 2021

I remember my Godmothers laugh and smile. All the fun we had at the Skyline motel and pool and the beach. I loved the family history book she wrote and the pictures. I will miss her I

Betty Porter Graves

March 31, 2021

Dearest Frank,

I am so sorry & sad to hear your beloved Betty has passed. So many wonder memories to cherish. You & Betty were such wonderful friends of Mom & our family & we will always remember the good times. May Betty Rest In Peace. 🙏

Pat and Mary Swihart

March 31, 2021

Dear Frank,
We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved Betty. Our paths crossed many years ago, in 1980, when our dear Mom stayed at the Skyline Motel. Lucky for us, our families have been friends ever since. Through the years, you both meant the world to our Mom and in the past nine years, since we moved to Florida, you both have meant the world to us. We will cherish the memories of our visits and all the stories Betty would tell us about growing up in New Jersey, your trips to the Ukraine and the Holy Land and your travels in the US. Betty also shared her great knowledge of the Pinellas and Tampa Bay area in a way like no other. She was a great storyteller that is for sure. Our hearts are aching but the memories she gave us will be with us forever. It was truly a blessing to have known her.
Love,
Mary and Pat

Vicky Fulop

March 31, 2021

Dear Frank, so many beautiful memories at the Hungarian Christian Church. We all feel that she was a mother to us. I just wanted to say that we are family and we are here to support you during these difficult times. She had a long and beautiful life next to you and now she is with the Lord. God bless you and your family. Vicky Fulop and family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY