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Constance "Connie" Licciardi

October 23, 2017
Constance "Connie" Licciardi
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CONSTANCE DORIS FRAZER "CONNIE" LICCIARDI, 73, of Boynton Beach, FL passed peacefully into Our Lord’s hands as she was surrounded by her loving family on Monday, October 23, 2017 at home. Connie battled the dreaded disease of cancer for the past four years and was extremely brave for her family up until the end. Connie was born in Providence, RI and lived in Warwick before moving to Boynton Beach, FL.
She was the beloved wife and survived by Ferdinand Licciardi, Connie loved being a Mother to her children William Lynch of Wakefield, RI, Mark Lynch of Coventry, RI and Tammy Lynch of Boynton Beach, FL and the late Christopher Lynch. Connie loved being a grandmother to her many grandchildren. She was the daughter to the late Grenville and Doris Frazer and baby sister to Tom (Carolyn) and the late Gren (Ruth), Bob (Freda) Ron (Connie) and Paul (Sally).
Connie loved her early days of attending school at Holy Name School and Saint Xavier’s Academy both of Providence, RI. She talked often about all her friends from both schools and growing up in Holy Name Parish.
It was Connie’s wish that only a brief family service take place in Boynton Beach, FL. Burial was private. Visiting hours were respectfully omitted. Memorial contributions may be sent to Holy Name Church, 99 Camp Street, Providence, RI 02906.

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