Frances L. Tittle 09/14/2012

Frances L. TittleFRANCES L. TITTLE
Frances L. Tittle, 85, of DeKalb Junction, died, September 14, 2012, at Massena Memorial Hospital. A funeral service will be Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 11:00 am at the funeral home Roberta Gardner officiating, burial will follow in Union Cemetery. Frances is survived her husband Herbert L., a son Herbert W. Hammond, Myrtle Beach, SC, a daughter, Natalie M. Tittle, Los Angeles, CA, a granddaughter Clarise Tittle and her husband Michael Carlucci, Glenmoore, PA, sisters, Madge Miller, Louise Hunter and Myrtle Butcher all of West Chester, PA, several nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by three brothers, William, Ernest and Alfred Taggart, and a sister, Hazel Winfield. Frances was born on July 14, 1927 in West Chester, PA, the daughter of Ernest and Sadie Brown Taggart. She graduated in 1945 from West Chester High School. Frances married Herbert L. Tittle on September 15, 1956 at the 2nd Presbyterian Church in West Chester, PA. She was a librarian at the Atglen Library in Chester County, PA after her retirement in 1990 as a rural mail carrier for USPS for 25 years. She and her husband also worked on their family farm. Frances was a life member and chorus member at the 2nd Presbyterian Church in West Chester, PA, a choir member at the Grace Community Church , Parkesburg, PA, a member and leader for 4-H and she was on the Board of Directors for Chester County Extension Services. She enjoyed knitting, cooking, gardening, sewing and playing the piano. Contributions can be made to National 4-H Council, P.O. Box 37560, Baltimore, MD 21297-3560.

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  1. Uncle Herb, Clarise, Herbie and Family,
    We are sending our heartfelt condolences and prayers to you. May looking back in memories help comfort you during this time.
    Patsy & Family

  2. Uncle Herb and Family

    Please accept my condolences in the passing of Aunt Frannie. May the many memories that you share comfort you during this time. I know its been a long time since we have communicated; however, Aunt Madge has always kept me informed and you have been in my thoughts and prayers.
    Rhoda Glasco Foderingham

  3. Uncle Herb, Clarisse, Natalie, Herbie and Family. My heart goes out to you in this time and please know that my prayers are with you. May Aunt Francis now rest in Peace with the Angels, Along with Grand Mon, Grand Pop, Uncle June, Al, Bill and my Mother her Sister Hazel

  4. To The Taggart and Tittle Families

    My condolences on the recent passing of Frances. Although I had not seen Frances in many years,her loss is acutely felt. Being among the younger cousins when all The Taggart Children were young adults, they all were fun to be around. Aunt Sadie and Aunt Lizzie were always planning some social function involving everyone.
    She will be missed.

  5. Uncle Herb, Natalie, Herbie, Clarisse -Taggart/Tittle Family : It is with heartfelt condolences that I extend my deepest sympathy on the loss of Aunt Fran. Uncle Herb, the love, respect and deepest connection that you and Aunt Fran displayed is a testament to you both. My payers are with you always and Aunt Fran’s love will sustain you through this most difficult time. All my love…Carla (and brother Thomas Linwood)

  6. To the Taggart and Tittle Families,I would like to extend my deepest sympathy for your loss. I wish in my later years I could have got to know her better as my aunt,much love to all in the family. Sandy 484-667-8659

  7. Uncle Herb,Herbie, natalie.clarise, you have my deepest condolences,and sympathy,in your loss,you will be in my prayers,all tought I have not seen aunt francis, in years, I always wanted to know how she was doing.I have alot of good memories, of her and that’s what will keep us going.again you have my heartfelt condolences for my aunt francis, with love bunny taggart.

  8. Uncle Herb, Herbie, Natalie,clarise, you have may deepest condolences and sympathy in your loss.I know how it is to lose somone you love. remember the good times as i do.You are in my prayers. william taggart

  9. Uncle Herb and Taggart, Tittle family you all are in my heart I would like to offer my deepest sympathy at this trying time. I will always remember the love you and Aunt Frances gave me. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I will be thinking of you and the rest of the family. Sending you lots of love.

  10. I thank God Almighty for each and every heartfelt word sent for my mother Frances L Taggart Tittle. I will always miss and love my mother. To each and everyone my deepest love. Herbert W Hammond, United States Army Retired & Vietnam Veteran.

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