Nina Fedorovna Franciocci
Nina Fedorovna Franciocci
  • March 1, 1982 - September 8, 2017
  • Sugar Land, Texas

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Nina Fedorovna Franciocci

1982 - 2017

In loving memory

Cherished Wife, adoring Mother, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Friend, Leader and Respected Colleague, has left us far too soon.

Nina Franciocci, 35, passed away in peace and grace on Friday evening, September 8 at Methodist Hospital in Sugar Land, Texas. She is survived by her husband, Emmanuel, sons Maximus Alexander and Luka Mateo. She is also survived by Mother, Luidmila Mikhailovna Trofimova, Father, Fedor Alexandrovich Trofimova, Sister, Margarita Fedorovna Trofimova, and Niece, Anastasia Trofimova.

Nina was born in Russia and moved to Gainesville, Texas to complete her education on a student exchange program in 1996. She attended college at Texas Woman's University in Denton; earning her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management prior to moving to Houston in 2005.

After graduation, she began her career at Valeant Pharmaceuticals (formerly Biovail) as a Specialty Territory Manager. In March 2007, she married the love of her life, Emmanuel Franciocci and started building a family.

Nina continued her career at Merz North America as a Territory Manager and quickly advanced into the role of Area Business Director, West.

Funeral services will be held Friday, September 15 at 11 am at the Settegast-Kopf Funeral Home at 15015 Southwest Freeway, Sugarland, TX. A Celebration of Life luncheon will be hosted in her honor beginning at 12.30 pm in a Ballroom at the Sugarland Marriott Town Square, located at 16090 City Walk, Sugar Land, TX.

Nina was completely devoted to her family, community and job; balancing all effortlessly with style and the highest level of character. She also enjoyed working out, but her family was her greatest love.

We will always remember her infectious smile, sparkling eyes and caring soul.

Our hearts are broken dear Nina; but the gift of your warmth and love you so generously shared will serve as comfort and will never fade from our memory of you. Peaceful rest, beautiful one.

If you wish to make a donation in celebration of Nina's life, please do so to St. Jude Hospital: