Frances (Drzewiecki) Perbeck

Born: Mon., Oct. 1, 1923
Died: Sun., Jun. 6, 2021


Visitation

8:45 AM to 9:45 AM, Sat., Jun. 12, 2021
Location: Scott Funeral Home, Inc.


Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 AM Sat., Jun. 12, 2021
Location: St. Thomas Church


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Frances (Drzewiecki) Perbeck, 97, of Thomaston, widow of Edmond Perbeck passed away Sunday June 6, 2021, at Litchfield Woods Health Care, Torrington.

Frances was born October 1, 1923, in Terryville, CT, daughter of the late Benjamin and Anna (Goscinski) Drzewiecki.  She was a resident of Thomaston since 1942 and a parishioner of St. Thomas Church, Thomaston.

She is survived by her daughter, Kathy Lucas and her husband Gary of Salem, CT; her brother, William Woods of Forestville; her four grandchildren, Kelsey, Erin, Mark, and Jill and three great grandchildren, Zach, Kaitlyn, and Olivia.  She was predeceased by her son, E. Peter Perbeck.

Funeral services will be held Saturday,9:45AM from the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville to St. Thomas Church, Thomaston for a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00AM.  Burial will be in St. Thomas Cemetery, Thomaston.  Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home Saturday morning from 8:45 to 9:45AM.  www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com

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Jean Evans-Boniecki
   Posted Wed June 09, 2021
Frannie will be missed. She was a dear friend. God bless.

Rita Andreoli
   Posted Thu June 10, 2021
Fran, I know you are among the angels now....I will miss you everytime I look out my window and expect to see you weeding or clipping something in your yard. You inspired me ever since I moved into my house in the early 80's. When I returned home after working in MN, I so loved our little chats over a cup of coffee while trying to solve the word puzzle in the newspaper. I'll tell you one thing, it wasn't the coffee that I loved, it was your dedication and determination to live your life as you saw fit. You are missed, the neighborhood will never be the same without you!

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