Krista Froncillo

 

 

Krista Kendall Froncillo, 54, of Largo passed away peacefully at her home on Thursday June 4, 2020. She was born in Buffalo, New York and worked at Home Depot. Krista is survived by her loving husband of 27 years, Scott; their two daughters, Brianna & Natalie; 3 sisters and a brother. She was predeceased by her parents, Donald & Joanne Kendall.   

 

 

 

Visitation: at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, Thursday June 11th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Funeral Mass: at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, Friday June 12th at 1:00 pm.

Interment: to follow at Calvary Catholic Cemetery.

St. Matthew’s Catholic Church is located at 9111 90th Ave. N., Largo, FL. 33777.

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David Conser
5 months ago

I knew Krista in HS when she made me smile and laugh often. I was fortunate to reconnect with her in a small way via FB recently and virtually meet her family through photos and posts. I was shocked to hear this news and wish her family all the best in dealing with their loss. She can and and will live on in the memories of those who knew her. Sincere condolences to her family and friends. RIP Krista.

Amy Burger
5 months ago

Krista, we became friends as soon as we met. We shared lots of laughs & a few tears along the way. I’ll be looking for those pennies you’ll send down to me. You will always be in my heart and in my thoughts.
Love you always,
Amy

Cindy Johnson
5 months ago

We are so sad. She always was a joy to be around. The world is a sadder place without her

Anonymous
5 months ago

Krista was such a lovely lady. A great neighbor. She will be greatly missed. I always loved catching up with her.

Cindy Nevling
4 months ago

I loved you the moment we met. Nobody could match your wit, nor your loving spirit! You left every single person better than you found them because of how well you connected with people… all people! There was never a time I didn’t feel your warmth, your love and your beautiful smile and affection when we were together!!! Your laughter and sense of humor was infectious and so much adored and appreciated! ♥️ Confession * You might’ve been my secret girl crush – 😬😬 that hair though! You had the perfect hair that everyone only wished they could’ve been blessed… Read more »

Lynn Gregory
4 months ago

I worked with Krista at Home Depot. She was always a pleasure to work with. We talked about how much she loved her family and how proud she was of them . Her smile and her friendships will be missed by many. I am so sorry for your loss. One of the funny things I remember was at the Christmas party last year when she won the bathroom scale. She was so funny about that. She made Scott go pick it up . What was so funny is we were looking at all the door prizes and she said my… Read more »

Dave F.
4 months ago

I used to jokingly call you Kristal, we always had nicknames for each other in our family. I’ll always remember how you made us all laugh, documented all of our special occasions together through photographs. The holidays or just on Sundays during Football season. The days of the Turtle Club with you and Wah Wah. You were an excellent Mother, and fantastic Sister-in-law. Your daughters are incredible strong, intelligent, funny and beautiful. You did such a wonderful job raising them. I will miss you. You’ll always be in my heart and prayers every day. God Bless you always. Love you… Read more »

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