In Memory of Frances (Fran) Palladino Schneider
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Project Sweet Peas
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Frances (Fran) Palladino Schneider of Warminster, PA after battling a lengthy debilitating disease passed away on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was 88. She was the beloved wife of 67 years to Ronald H. Schneider, sister of the late Alvira Huke, Paul Palladino, Margaret Rosenthal and Carmen Palladino and the great-grandmother of the late Briar McQueen and Weston Schneider. Born in Clifton Heights, and raised in Lansdowne and Ridley Township, PA, she was the daughter of the late Pasquale and Adelina Crocetti Palladino. Frances is survived by her husband Ronald, and her four children, Eric and his spouse Mary, Kurt and Dee, Kim and her spouse Jeani, and Karl and his spouse Frances. She is also survived by her grandchildren Charles, Megan, Shannon, Ashley, Kurt, Scott, Thomas, Daniel, Joseph and Greyson. and ten great-grandchildren. She also is survived by her two sisters Mary and Rosalie and one brother Joseph and many nephews and nieces. After raising her children, Frances was a retired long-time employee of PNB Bank, and its successors. She was very active and contributed many countless hours supporting Warrington A.A., St. Joseph’s Parish in Warrington, PA, and especially Archbishop Wood High School, where she developed many friendships.
Frances will always be remembered as being the matriarch and love for her family. From her oldest child to her youngest great-grandchild, she always knew each one’s schedule and whereabouts and supported everyone’s activities and interests. She was a lifetime fan of the Philadelphia and Archbishop Wood sports teams, summer times in Sea Isle City, listening to Frank Sinatra, dancing in her earlier years, and mostly just spending time with her husband, family and friends. She will be sorely missed by all whom knew her.
Children were such a huge part of her life and Project Sweet Peas has touched her family in more than one way. In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to Project Sweet Peas, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that relies on generous charitable gifts to provide services to over 500 families each month.