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Frances M Klingler
  • August 11, 1921
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  • June 15, 2010

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Frances M Klingler, 88 went to her heavenly home on June 15, 2010. Frances and her late husband moved to Port Orange in 1975 from Rochester, New York. During WW II she served in the Women’s Army Corps (WAC). Frances had a deep faith and devoted her life to caring about others. She always had a joke to tell and everyone loved her sense of humor and joy of life. She is predeceased by her husband Charles of 52 years. She leaves to cherish her memory daughters Karen (Edward) D’Amadio, Judy (Guido) Levetto both of Port Orange FL, a sister Agatha Daniels of Albion, NY, grandson Michael (Gail) Agostinis of Port Orange FL, and granddaughter Lauren (Jed) Durso of Walpole, MA and three great grand daughters Grace Agostinis, Anna and Amelia Durso. Donations may be made to Good Samaritan, Hope Unit Activities Director 325 South Segrave Street Daytona Beach FL 32114 or to any Veteran's Organization in her memory. Memorial service will be celebrated 11:00 AM Saturday, June 26 at Union Congregational Church 1050 Daytona Avenue Holly Hill.

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  1. 25 Jun 2010
    Theresa Porter LPN says:
    To Karen, Judy, and family I'm so sorry for your loss. Frances was a sweet lady and she always kept my days at Good Samaritan in the Hope Unit interesting. She could always make me laugh and I miss her dances. I also miss all her flowers; she loved all her plants and flowers and would water them and trim them daily. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. 22 Jun 2010
    Suzi Graham says:
    Karen, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers!!

  3. 21 Jun 2010
    Mario Levetto & Family says:
    To Judy, Karen, Mike and family:
    It was expected, but there is no good time or way for someone you care about to pass-on ;
    and there are no words that can truly offer comfort.
    ..............our condolences
    Mario & Luisella
    Marco & Manuela
    Rossana
    Giuseppe

  4. 18 Jun 2010
    MiMi Horwitz says:
    May love and faith continue to envelop you during your period of grief and forever

  5. 17 Jun 2010
    Christine Rose Kennedy says:
    Dearest Karen and family -- my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your mother, Karen, and each one of Frances' family.

    She was well taken care of Karen by you and family members. I'm sure it is a comfort to know you were her angels and that she is now with another angel, your father.

    I believe our loved ones are only a heartbeat away. May you always feel her presence in your heart Karen.

    My love is with you and Ed. God is with you both.

    Christine

  6. 17 Jun 2010
    Alma Acosta says:
    Hello Karen:
    My sincere condolences to you and your extended family on the loss of your mother. I know you will miss her greatly and perhaps even miss those calls at odd hours of the night . . . Know that she finally rests in peace, is no longer suffering, and our Heavenly Father will provide you and all of your family with all of the resources you need to rise above these sad circumstances. Also, know that that 4th commandment of God is the only commandment with a promise: Honor thy father and thy mother, as the Lord has commanded you, so that you may live long and that it may go well with you in the land the Lord your God is giving you. Dt 5:16 (NIV)---A long life and that things goes well with you in the land God will provide you; you have earned this promise my dear friend for you have been a devoted daughter to your mother. Be at peace. Know that I am there for you . . . daytime or nighttime.
    In Christ's love, your friend, Alma

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