Ann C. Frescura, a lifetime Burbank resident, passed away on October 26, 2012 in Burbank. She was 95.
Ann was born on January 28, 1917, to Antonio and Amelia Morra on the family farm in Burbank, her parents having migrated from Italy. She was predeceased by her husband Bert Frescura, her parents, her five siblings, Louis, Pete and Mike Morra and Madeline Washick and baby Louisa Morra, her grandson Robert Frescura.
She lived her entire life in Burbank having lived in the same home since 1948. She was a long time member and docent with the Burbank Historical Society and was an active member of the Women’s Club of Burbank and the Franciscan Seniors. She loved playing cards and taking trips to the casinos. She was a long time L.A. Dodger and seldom missed watching a game.
She was the best Mom and Grandma, always putting her family first, living by the Golden Rule, always with a smile and always finding the good in everyone. She will be missed dearly by her family and friends. Forever in our hearts Mom/Gram. We wish her peace and comfort now that she is reunited with her husband and family.
She is survived by her sons Bert (Carolyn) Frescura of Cupertino, Bob Frescura of St. Helena, daughter Barbara Bartman of Burbank, granddaughters Eryn Bartman of Sherman Oaks, Dreah (Greg) Bitter of Mesa, AZ, grandsons Bart Frescura of Alameda and Tony Frescura of Salinas; Jeff, Greg, Niki and families; four great-granddaughters, Talia, Tessa, Tabitha Bitter of Arizona and Erika Frescura of Florida.
Funeral services were held on October 30, 2012 at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. Interment followed.