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Frances A. Blackner, 63 – Cardinal Brennan HS Graduate

frances blackner obituary

frances blackner obituary


Frances A. Blackner, 63, Mount Carmel, formerly of Girardville, passed away peacefully Saturday at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.

Born and raised in Girardville she was a daughter of Vincent and Marian Ranieri Monterosso. She was a graduate of the former Cardinal Brennan High School.

She is survived by her husband Geoffrey Blackner, three sons; Geoffrey Blackner II, Anthony Blackner and Ian Hartz, three daughters; Gina Tophoney, Ashley Diehl and April Mitchell, her brother John Monterosso and sister Rose Bobbit also by nine grandchildren.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family.

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