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Frances Mary "Fran" Beriau July 8, 1952 - April 24, 2019 ARIZONA CITY, Ariz. — Frances Mary "Fran" Beriau, 66, passed away April 24, 2019, in Arizona City. Fran was born in Petersburgh, NY, the middle child of Isaac and Grace (Clancy) Hubbard. Her family moved to Clarendon Springs, VT, when she was 7 and she was raised there. After graduating high school, Fran moved to Washington, DC, and worked for the FBI. From there, she moved to Sturbridge, MA, where she held positions in customer service, was a buyer for Rotman's Furniture store and worked as a real estate agent. In 2000, Fran moved to Arizona where she was a certified pharmacy technician for Walmart in Casa Grande until she retired in 2015. She was an avid jewelry maker and loved antiquing. Fran was a motorcycle rider and a mentor to many. She loved the beach but most of all, she loved her four-legged children. She is survived by her sisters and brothers-in-law Caroline and Douglas Bradley, Ann St. Peter and Kirt Coonradt; nieces and nephew Stacey and Stephanie Bradley, Bradney St. Peter; and four grandnieces. She was predeceased by her parents Isaac and Grace Hubbard. There will be a celebration of Fran's life at The Our Lady of Snow Church, 31 Owens Road, Grafton, NY 12082, on Saturday, June 1, 2019, at 11 a.m. A reception will follow at the Grafton VFW, 504 South Road, Grafton NY 12082. Fran's family asks that if you wish to make a donation in Fran's memory, please pick a local rescue shelter of your choice.

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