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Elizabeth "Liz" J. Bracken

June 8, 1959 — January 26, 2022

"If Love could have saved her, She would have lived forever-" "Patsy Simmons aka Patsy Kline

Elizabeth "Liz" J. Bracken
June 8, 1959 - January 26, 2022
Our warrior Liz fought a courageous battle. She passed on January 26, 2022 surrounded by her family at home. Predeceased by her Parents, James and Dorothy (Ferraraccio) Bracken; Brothers, Paul (Bonnie), James (Alice), and Richard; Sister, Rosemary (George) Pringle; Aunts, Cecilia (Bracken) Kellar and Helen ( Ferraraccio) Panepinto; and several aunts and uncles. Survived by Sisters, Margaret (Mark) Cutler, Dorothy Bracken, and Theresa (Scott) Best; Nieces, Valerie Holberton, Maria Cutler, Morgan Bracken; Nephews, Frank Holberton, Jamie (Mollie), Joshua (Kaitlin), Timothy (and their mother Joanne Bracken), Mario (Dulce) Sanchez; Joshua (Kathleen) Sanchez. Gabriel (Brianna) Quintana and Gavin (Kita) Pierce; Great Nieces, Heather Markowski (Mike), Rylie Holberton, Autumn Bracken, Alexis Thompson Samara Quintana, Kimberly Sanchez and Dallas Poles; Great Nephews, Drew Holberton, Michael Jr. Markowski, Josue and Emmanuel Sanchez, Joshua Jr., Noel and Nicolas Sanchez.

Many Bracken and the Ferraraccio cousins. Special admiration for cousin Anna Marcoccia-Robertson. Life long family friends: special admiration for Mary (McKeown) Velard, Greg Lewis, Francis Shattuck. A host of long time friends with special admiration for BFF Anne Villaini, Susan Norwood, Beth (Amy) Sheldon, Colleen Hughes and Deb Martin. Too many others to mention.

Beloved daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend. Liz's sense of humor made her the highlight of any party. She adored all the children in her family and earned the nickname "baby whisperer" because of the immediate bond and soothing ability she had with babies. She cared for many children as a daycare provider and could often be found wrestling on the floor or running around the house playing games with the kids.

Liz was a caring and generous person. She would come to the aid of anyone who needed help and do all she could to make them feel better. Liz worked for several years as a home health aide through C.D.R.(Center for Disability Rights). She championed the fight for equal rights with the local chapter of A.D.A.P.T.(American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today).

She spent her spare time enjoying many nature walks and visiting with family and friends. She enjoyed shooting pool and won several tournaments. She also loved playing softball, camping, fishing, gardening and yearly vacations with her sisters and Aunt Fran in the Adirondacks.

Liz's family would like to acknowledge all the attendants from Blossom Modern Home Care Solutions and thank them for their dedication and compassion.

We would also like to thank Alex and Zeneida Rojas from A and Z transportation for their caring services and professionalism.

Family & friends may call ,Tuesday, February 1, 2022 from 6pm - 8pm at Thomas Funeral Chapels, 4545 Lake Ave., Charlotte, NY. Donations can be made in Liz's memory to aid in the fight for equality amongst those with disabilities; Rochester Chapter of A.D.A.P.T (American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today)

A graveside memorial service will be held at a later date.
Tue, Feb 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thomas Funeral Chapels
4545 Lake Ave
Rochester, NY 14612
Masks required, per current Mandate..

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