Frances S. Steinbrick

frances steinbrick
Frances S. Steinbrick, age 73, of Shelton, formerly of Trumbull, passed away on November 12, 2012 at the Bishop Wicke Health Center. Frances was the widow of Charles N. Steinbrick. Born in New Haven on April 8, 1939, she was a daughter of the late Delbert & Josephine Sumecki Shailor. She is survived by her daughters, Shari France & her husband Stuart of Shelton and Wendy Stacey & her husband Bill of Branford; her sister Barbara Shailor & her husband Harry Blair & their daughter Emily Blair of Branford; grandchildren Jordan Stacey, Jake France & Olivia Stacey; step-grandchildren Kerry France-Winco & Melissa France and a great grandson Nathan Stacey. Frances formerly owned and operated the Yarn Barn in Fairfield. She was always very creative in her business and as well after, doing many craft shows that she much enjoyed. Friends may attend her funeral service on Saturday, November 17th at 1:00 PM in BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden. Interment will be private.

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  1. Fran will always be remembered for her love and caring ways to everyone. She enjoyed her family and friends and was loving to everyone. We will always remember how creative and talented she was. She worked hard, but always seemed to enjoy it. The sweaters, blankets, shawls, and baby clothes she made were always made to perfection, yet she did it with ease. Her family was definitely the love of her life. Fran will always be remembered for her kind and caring ways. We hope that her family will find comfort in all their good memories. Our deepest sympathy to Fran’s family at this sad time. Love, Stu and Lesley

  2. Dear Barbara,Shari,and Wendy, We wish we could be there to share in your memories of Fran. We remember her as creative and caring especially with the Yarn Barn and Rose ! I always admired the talents she displayed with her knitting and the way she did your hair, Shari and Wendy, when you were little girls.We are thinking of you all today and share in your memories. Love Henry and Mary

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