Fanny E. Bojar

Bojar, Fanny E., 86 died Thursday, July 12, 2018 at Cra-Mar Meadows. Born in Providence, a daughter of the late Charles and Marguerite (Balischansky) Bojar, she had lived in Providence for 40 years before moving to Warwick. Fanny graduated Classical High School and Brown University. She worked at New England Telephone Co. for over 30 years. Fanny was an artist and member of the Wickford and East Greenwich Art Clubs, as well as the Brown University Brown Bag Club, and Temple Am David. Dear sister of the late Naomi (Bojar) Carr. Cherished aunt of nieces and nephews Tracy, Deborah, David, Shellie, and Daniel Carr. Graveside services will be held SUNDAY at 10:00 a.m. in Lincoln Park Cemetery, 1469 Post Road, Warwick. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to Continuum Care Hospice RI, 1350 Division Road, Suite 205, West Warwick, RI 02893. Shiva will be private.


  1. Jason and Kayla Paulk
    Jul 13, 2018

    Dear Tracy, Debbie, Dave, Shellie, Dan and family,

    We send our most loving and caring thoughts as you grieve for and celebrate the life of your beloved Aunt Fanny. What a rich life she lived, and we imagine she poured so much life and love into your lives, creating rich memories you’ll carry with you for a lifetime.

    With love,

    Jason and Kayla Paulk

  2. Clare Finnerty
    Jul 14, 2018

    So sorry for your loss. I worked with Fanny at NE Telephone . She was a dedicated, sweet person that I admired immensely RIP Fanny.

  3. Margaret Riley
    Jul 14, 2018

    Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your aunt Fanny. I worked closely with her for several years at New England Telephone Company. Hanging in my living room is a lovely charcoal picture of one of my daughters that Fanny did for me many years ago . It has always been a treasure for me and will be even more so now. I hope that many happy memories will console you during this difficult time of grieving.. May you Rest In Peace, Fanny………

  4. Bob Sand
    Jul 16, 2018

    Please accept my condolences on the loss of your aunt. I remember spending many Saturday mornings with Fanny at Temple Am David. She was always willing to help, with services or the kiddish, or with whatever needed to be done. She always greeted me with a smile, asked about my family and truly cared. She was a real, tender soul.

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