Cynthia “Cindy” May Frisch

April 9, 1930 - February 16, 2022
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Suzanne Burns left a message on July 15, 2022:
Just read Miss Cindy passed...my heart hurts...my daughter, who is 19, was just speaking of Cindy 2 days ago (it is July 15, 2022). Cindy was so kind, as her beloved Bruno always in their individual ways, gave us warm, and heartfelt greetings whenever we came into the deli. Cindy, who loved kids, always came up to my daughter and I, to say hello...as we had a once-a-month mommy and daughter lunch date at The Junket which started when my daughter was in the first grade. Cindy always gave her a "Sweet" usually a chocolate lady bug...but always asked if it would be alright to do so. These lunch dates were special, and important, as my daughter went through horrible mistreatment for years at schools, from bullying. Cindy asked my daughter always how school was going, and said to be brave, and never hesitate to ask for help with anything in life. Cindy adored her family - always speaking of her granddaughter, and spoke about her activities at BHS...My husband & I are fellow Berkeley High School Yellow Jackets...Cindy just loved her granddaughter!! What wonderful memories we have of The Junket. It was a safe haven for my daughter who experienced horrific bullying from Kindergarten through the 6th grade. Finally, she sprouted, and grew into this strong, elegant athlete, who could hit and throw a baseball longer and harder than any of her first grade contemporaries...and she kept getting stronger, only to become an amazing competitive swimmer. Jamaica is in our hearts as well, as it is a family origin for one of my siblings spouses. Germany is an anchor to our family, as on my mother's side, we have a strong, amazing, positive German influence. My Mom dearly loved the Junket too. My husband talked beer and wine with Bruno, and always appreciated his time, effort, and conversation. Both are men of very few words. My daughter just loved The Junket post cards of Schatzie, Cindy & Bruno's own daughter...who evoked strength, wit, humor, and beauty...a simple thing, that meant so much to a young girl who hurt both emotionally, and physically from the world...who now is a formidable competitive college swimmer, tall, muscular, kind, compassionate, and driven. So Schatzie, if you see this, Thank You...one never knows how they will impact another...and you did most positively. And Thank You, Cindy for your constant words of encouragement to my only girl...my heart. Heartfelt Condolences to this beautiful family...Cindy is an awesome spirit...always and forever. Love to this beautiful family...and by the way...the world said my parent's marriage would never last either...having read The Junket history page...about what a Catholic priest said about Bruno & Cindy getting married...that their marriage would never last...well my parents just celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary, and I say..."Bravo to Love," Bravo to Courage," Bravo to Knowing." Always we will love The Junket...you are Family. Love, Suzanne, Elgin & Kayla McIntosh
Aileen Hackett left a message on February 27, 2022:
Loved visiting The Junket and seeing her smiling face. May she rest in peace
Jann Dixey Faciane left a message on February 24, 2022:
Deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences on your loss Jann Dixey Abraham Faciane
Carol. Ball left a message on February 23, 2022:
Our heart is broken upon learning that Cindy has passed away. We have enjoyed sandwiches from the Junket for 39 years. It was a favorite place that we took our sons to over the years. We all have such fond memories of Cindy and Bruno . Our deepest condolences to Bruno and the rest of the family! Sending love and prayers of comfort to you all. Carol and Joe Ball and family!!
Sue Somit left a message on February 22, 2022:
Since the pandemic hit, I have missed Bruno and Cindy and Dave and Heather. There are a lot of young workers that I didn't get to know very well, but I bought havarti cheese from the junket every week for over 20 years. I am so sorry the business closed and that I will never have a chance to go back again. Dear Bruno, I am thinking of you. Sue Somit
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Susan Terris left a message on February 20, 2022:
I have eaten at The Junket many a time. Thank you for your service with a smile, and for inviting us all into your home away from home. May you, and all who love you, be held in compassion. Please rest in Peace.
Janie Cavalli left a message on February 19, 2022:
The Friday morning knitters will miss Cindy’s smiling face, the flowers in the window and the tasty cookies she gave us on special occasions. Bruno and Cindy were always so kind to us and interested in what we were knitting and let us not forget the tasty sandwiches and salads. What a wonderful place to sit awhile and visit Thank you Cindy and Bruno for your kindness and your hospitality.
Brian Smith left a message on February 19, 2022:
We enjoyed the friendship and smiles of Cindy and Bruno for more than 30 years. She will be missed!
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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