Frances C. Eimer, 85, of Elim Park, 140 Cook Hill Rd., Cheshire, wife of the late Hellmuth R. Eimer passed away Wed., April 5, 2006. She is survived by 2 sisters, Alice LaViola of Cheshire, Margaret DiBenedetto of New Haven, a brother, Rudolph Schuster of Wallingford, and several nieces and nephews Frances was born in New Haven, Mar. 27, 1921 daughter of the late Dr. A. K. Schuster and Christine Von-Morse Schuster and was employed as a nurse. Funeral from BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN, Tuesday, April 11 at 9:15 a.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Rita Church at 10 a.m. Interment in Beaverdale Memorial Park.

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  1. Dear Ed, Deb, and the Rest of the Family: It’s times like this that I’m sad to be living so far away. Aunt Franny was my Godmother and my cherished Aunt. I can hear her laugh and see the mischievous twinkle in her eye as she joked with Mom. She was so creative and giving as a person, always thinking of others first. Though she is missed, I’m sure she is in Heaven surrounded by loved ones. Ed and Deb, you have done so much to help Aunt Franny in the last year. Thank you with all my heart. I’m sorry I cannot be there but please give Mom and Aunt Franny my love and there is a ton of it here for you both. Love – Chris

  2. Dear Mrs. DiBenedetto and family, I am very sorry for the loss of your sister and aunt. I hope that that the memories that you made together will bring comfort to your hearts.

  3. Ed and Debbie, Anita, my mother Olga and myself send our condolences on the passing of your Aunt Frances. As you may know, we have spent a lot of time with your aunt and your mother and enjoyed every minute. Frances was surely a decent person and a good companion to your mother. We enjoyed listening to their stories of years past. Your aunt was a good contributor towards helping the social directors and knitting the baby blankets for the newborn infants. In a way, her increasing time with Gus was a good way to prepare your mom for the day that she would not be able to be with her sister. Your mom is doing fine and today after a brief walk with Anita, she had two ice creams!!! We will continue to keep an eye on your mom as well as mine, as we cherish their well being.

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