3 edition of celebration/of and for Frances Horovitz (1938-1983) found in the catalog.
celebration/of and for Frances Horovitz (1938-1983)
by New Departures in Bisley (Piedmont, Bisley, nr. Stroud, Glos. GL6 7BU)
Written in English
Previous ed, 1983.
|Other titles||A Celebration of and for Frances Horovitz (1938-1983).|
|Statement||assembled & designed by Michael Horovitz.|
|Series||New departures -- 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
ANTONIA MURIEL FRANCES MITCHELL On J , in Toronto, a tragically after a heroic and long fight against illness. Most beloved and only daughter of Amanda and Michael, treasured /?n=antonia-muriel-frances-mitchell&pid= Frances A. Putorti, 85, of Houston, passed away Friday, J Born Decem , she was a daughter of the late Ann Katuna and Victor was the beloved wife to Tony Putorti f?n=frances-a-putorti&.
A Celebration of LifeFRANCES A. CRISPIOcto - April 4, Celebration of Life for Frances A. CrispiThe celebration of Fran's life will be held on Sunday, J from 11 am to 1 pm a?n=frances-a-crispi&. There also will be a book for visitors to sign. Refreshments and dainties will be served, as well. The local college campus is located adjacent to Fort Frances High School. This event will launch a year of celebration planned for the college, which first opened in with the main campus in Thunder ://
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