The Lombardo family Back row: Elmer, Phyllis, Sam, Jackie, Joe Middle row: Carmelo, Momma, Papa, Mary K (biddie) Front row: Big Frank, Lydia, Little Frank
Frank and Lilly Lombardo wedding 1919
In Loving Memory Frank L. Lombardo Husband 18th November 1894 05th November 1976
In Loving Memory Lilly Lombardo Wife 13th March 1899 27th January 1983
Children of Frank and Lilly:
Phyllis Lombardo Holstien - Daughter 04th January 1921 - 05th July 1985
Carmelo L. Lombardo - Son 10th July 1922 - 12th December 1971
Joseph L. Lombardo - Son 20th June 1926 - 11th October 1978
Mary K. Lombardo - Daughter 25th November 1935 - 06th March 2006
Mama and Papa, you were the rock that kept us all together Then the seventys, our family started to get smaller, But Mama was still there. Then the eighties took Mama and Phyllis and then there were two Jackie and Biddie the oldest in law and the only living daughter. They kept us together like everybody was still there my childhood home or grandmas house now we are 6 childern and the oldest and youngest girls keep things together not seeing and going to grandmas but email and letters things given to our parents from others in family keep all of them together and alive Thank you Mama and Papa for giving us all life.
Your loving grandchildern Lydia, Frank., Frank R., Sam, Jake, and Jozelle and all not listed whose lives you touch and had something to do with
In Loving Memory Carmelo L. Lombardo Father 10th July 1922 12th December 1971
In Loving Memory Lily Lombardo Bodine Daughter 13th August 1956 24th September 1996
In Loving Memory Elmer Holstien, Sr Husband 23rd August 1911 13th December 1972
In Loving Memory Phyllis L. Holstien Wife 04th January 1921 05th July 1985
I thank God for everyday, He allowed us to share. There's not a day that goes by I don't wish you were still here with us. At nite when I thank God for the day I always ask Him to tell you hello, and give you my love. I long for the day we can sit, talk, & laugh like we used to do. Until that day arrives, know that you are loved and missed more than can be stated in words.
I will always love you, Your daughter, Lydia
In Loving Memory Elmer Holstien Jr. October 13 1937 March 25 2013
You lived so far away from home...but I knew you were always there. I love you and will miss you more than you know!
In Loving Memory Frank B. Holstien Son 31st July 1947 13th June 2002
To My Big Brother
I remember how only you could tell a funny story and make us all laugh till it hurt. Your stories about the basketballs...the snake...and the restaurant still makes us laugh often. Our two families are still connected by phone and email, and I can just imagine how surprised you were when Sirena showed up. But I know ya'll are having a ball arguing like only you and she could do!!! I look forward to all the laughs we will have when we meet again. Until then know how much you are missed and how much I love you.
Your sister, Lyd
I never had a better or more loyal friend than Frank. He was my friend long before he was my brother-in-law. I know we will meet again but I will still miss him until the day I die. His marriage to Neva brought me a whole new family. They live so far away, and I hate it, because I really miss them. The best thing my friendship with Frank brought me was my wife. The love of my life, next to my truck, (as Frank and his mother would say)!! Frank's mother won my heart the first time I met her in Houston, I miss her very much. She was one of a kind.
Your Friend Always, Bobby Smith
In Loving Memory
Mary K. Lombardo Daughter 25th November 1935 06th March 2006
Joseph and Jackie 1955
In Loving Memory JosephLombardo Husband 20th June 1926 11th October 1978
In Loving Memory Jackie Lombardo Wife 14th November 1929 27th August 1998
We love and miss you so much our hearts ache with sadness, & our silent tears roll down our faces. No one will ever know what it meant to send you to make us a place, for now we know God only takes the best,
Your loving sons and daughter
I miss you both Your loving daughter, Jozelle
In Loving Memory
Sam L. Lombardo 24th March 1901 28th August 1991
In Loving Memory Frank B. Holstien
Father July 31, 1947 June 13, 2002
He was the dad he didn't have to be. He was a wonderful grandfather, husband, and brother. His family was his life, his grandkids were the joy in his life.
In Loving Memory Sirena Marie Pickett Daughter 13th July 1970 14th February 2007
I lost my best freind that day she was a wonderful sister and mother and daughter. Her husband lost his soul mate that day please pray for him that he can keep going without her. Her neices and nephews lost their friend and the person they could tell anything to and she would help them anyway she could.
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