Frances Imogene DiPalma

September 14, 1922—February 25, 2016

Frances at 92nd birthdayFrances I. DiPalma, 93, died February 25, 2016 in Seattle, Washington where she lived for the past 6 years.

 

Born September 14, 1922, daughter of Alvertis Moyers and Flora (Tolbert) Moyers, in Carlisle County, Kentucky, she lived in Port St. Lucie, Florida for 30 years, coming from Michigan. Survivors include daughter, Carolyn DiPalma of Seattle; daughter and son-in-law, Patricia DiPalma and Allan Packer Mom and Rose bushof Seattle; and, granddaughter, Morgan Packer of Seattle and currently of Paris, France. She was preceded in death by her husband of 63 years, Michael DiPalma, and by her brother, Lucien Moyers.

 

Fran will be remembered for her love of life and all things pink or chocolate, understated wit, strong opinions and stubborn resistance, enjoyment of particularities of crafts, decoration, and design, and devotion to family and Christmas photo.2015friends.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: the EvergreenHealth Foundation (specify designation: EvergreenHealth Hospice), 12040 NE 128th St, MS 5, Kirkland, WA 98034-3013; or, a favorite charity.

 

A graveside memorial service will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, March 4, 2016 at All Saints Cemetery, Jensen Beach, Florida. Arrangements are under the direction of Barton Family Funeral Service, Kirkland, WA and Haisley Funeral and Cremation Service, Fort Pierce, FL.

 

8 Responses to “Frances Imogene DiPalma”

  • Larry and Charla Manica says:

    We bid you a joyous reunion with your dear Michael. The two of you hold special places in our hearts. Thank you, Aunt Fran for the delicious homemade pies. Thank you both for good visits filled with good laughs and Uncle Mike’s ceaseless information. We will miss you. With our love, Charla and Larry

  • Rose Manica says:

    My heartfelt condolences to you Carolyn and Patricia.

    Frances, you know how closely we shared our lives together. You were always there with Mike when I needed you.
    We shared our many trips and happy holidays. Your professionally decorated holiday treats were a delight.

    As your sister-in-law, I Thank God He gave us His Blessing by adding you as a loved member of our family.
    Rose Manica

  • Mary Etta Goes says:

    What a beautiful tribute to a lovely lady! I met Frances late in her life. Her loving daughters Carolyn and Patricia introduced me and I delighted in seeing photos of their times together in the last few years. Frances always seemed up for an adventure. I know that she will be greatly missed.

  • Loretta Shindler says:

    She had such a fierce spirit and a dry humor that I loved. Meeting and spending time with her filled a void in my life-interesting how people come along when you need their particular energy. I know how much she wanted to go home-rest in peace Frances. Love and thoughts to Carolyn and Tricia.

  • Diann L. Jenkins says:

    Carolyn & Patricia…my heart is heavy tonight hearing this news of the latest passing of our family into God’s arms..I will remember the laughter…so much laughter …I will remember the desserts & the cook offs between our Aunts…all such good cooks…I will miss the flood lights from the movies Uncle Mike would ALWAYS take. I am blessed with great memories…I love u Auntie Fran…..always did!

  • RollinBert Honney says:

    My condolences to both the DiPalma and Moyers families.
    My Aunt, the wife and long time companion of my Uncle Mike, will be missed and thought of for each morning that I rise. I can only speak for the family I remember, I hope that the DiPalma family, et al, will keep blessed and happy memories of these wonderful people…GOD BLESS.

  • Donna Fusco Butler says:

    To the DiPalma and Moyers family
    Sorry for your loss.

  • Joanne Simonetti (DiPalma) says:

    It’s been years since we had all been together as a family. I remember the last time we all saw each other was back in 1997 at mom and dad’s anniv. party in FL. I had lost track of everyone and am ashamed of that, but hearing the news of your mom,s passing brought back a flood of memories. So sorry for your loss. She’s with your dad and the angels in heaven, now. May her soul rest in peace

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