Guest Book for Virginia S. (Fratini) Lancor

Provided by Scanlon Funeral Homes

Posted by: Rob
Thu October 24, 2019
I can't remember a time I visited Chucks, and didn't see your smiling face. Rest in Paradise beautiful lady...
 

 
Posted by: Elaine Murray
Thu October 24, 2019
Virg was amazing, always ready with a smile and a kind word. Harrisville is a sadder place without her.
 

 
Posted by: Loretta Hall
Fri October 25, 2019
Our hearts are heavy in Harrisville Virg-you were such a welcoming presence every time one entered the store.ALWAYS smiling-always pleasant- and ALWAYS asking about our 96 year old mom who loved you dearly too. We will miss you dear lady-May your family find comfort in how much you were loved by so many-Sooo happy you took that carriage ride last year with us-  You will be missed!!
 

 
Posted by: Debbie Cobb
Fri October 25, 2019
Rob and I would like to express our condolences to Virg's family . She will be missed by many. RIP Virg.
 

 
Posted by: Mark & Kelly Ritz
Fri October 25, 2019
Mark & I would like to send our condolences to Virg's family.  Virg was a very special wonderful lady she could always put on a smile your face when you walked into the store, will be missed by many. Rip Virg

Mark & Kelly Ritz
 

 
Posted by: Sheri Smith Young
Fri October 25, 2019
Heartfelt sympathy to all who loved you Virg. Harrisville has again lost one of it's most beloved. Before moving back to Harrisville, whenever I visted even if it had been years, Virg always made me feel as though it were only yesterday that we chatted. Making me feel welcome and familiar however long it had been.And after moving back always counting on that bright smile greeting you wherever you saw her. Her presence will be deeply missed. Rest peacefully sweet lady.
 

 
Posted by: Mike and Kate Lancor
Sat October 26, 2019
We always made it a point to stop and visit with Aunt Ginny at the store whenever our paths found us in Harrisville.  Aunt Ginny and Uncle Joe were indeed two wonderful members of the Lancor family who are now reunited with the Fratinis and Lancors who passed before them.  Aunt Ginny always greeted everyone with a smile and conversation that let you know she was truly glad to see you again.  It won't be the same when we stop by the store without Aunt Ginny's smiling face.  Our love to Scott, Tracy and families.  Kate and Mike Lancor
 

 
Posted by: Brian and Jean Burgess
Sat October 26, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Lancor family. Virg was a very special lady with a heart of gold. She will always be remembered for her kind words and constant smile. May she rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: yvonne manchester evans
Sat October 26, 2019
my heart is heavy thinking of your moms death. my prayers and thoughts go out to both tracy and scott. she was a very good friend I loved being her neighbor when I lived on that street and I remember babysitting with you boys for her.  I will miss her smiling face when I come to Harrisville now just let go and let god comfort you during these days. love and prayers Yvonne Manchester evans
 

 
Posted by: Norma Stuyvesant
Sun October 27, 2019
My most sincere condolences to the family.
 

 
Posted by: Deneen Homer
Tue October 29, 2019
She will be missed by all those who crossed her path.  Deepest sympathy for her family.
 

 
Posted by: Cindy Cook
Thu October 31, 2019
Scott, Tracy, & Family ~  We are so sorry for your loss for your family … and Harrisville.  Our heartfelt condolences go out to all of you.  … Virg was one of a kind!  Always a smile, cheerful, helpful, caring.  I'll miss her stories of mom, bingo, & Atlantic City bus trips; how'd we laugh!  May special moments be in your minds & hearts forever.  And may you find peace in knowing she's surrounded by love & beauty, and with Joe now and other loved ones, happy, with her same big smile!  RIP special lady.  God bless.
 

 
Posted by: Vickie Irish and Betty Jackson
Sun November 03, 2019
Dear Sweet Verge Family,
My momma Betty Jackson, myself and the entire village are mourning the loss of Verge. I barely knew her, but she knew I was a Jackson and every time I entered the store she asked about how momma was doing. She always had a beautiful smile on her face. One of the biggest smiles was when she was invited to ride in the horse carriage with my momma and friends for her 95th birthday and came running over to ride with them! Momma was so pleased. And so was Verge. But wasn't she in a hurry to get right back to work! We have a beautiful picture of her in it. I gave her one. She was one incredible lady! We feel privileged to have been a small part of her life. We will miss her!
Vickie and Betty