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Michael Losee posted a condolence
Thursday, June 13, 2019Debbie, Lisa and family...Please accept my sincerest condolences on the passing of my friend, Frank. I really wanted to pay my respects at his wake but I have been sick for the last couple of days. It was a pleasure to work with and then for Frank at our beloved Texaco Research Center. He was a great, kind, caring and funny guy. We sure had some great times at Texaco. I remember at least a couple of summers working with him in the boiler house where we cleaned all four boilers. A little warm and sometimes a little dirty but did we have a great time up there. I sure will miss my friend and fellow worker. Again, my sincerest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time...Sincerely...Mike Losee, Fishkill, NY.
Betty Ciminaro Gallio posted a condolence
Tuesday, June 11, 2019Frank was a great neighbor who I met 64 years ago when I was17 and just moved to Siscar Place. I remember seeing him tending to his tomatoes and puttering in the yard. I would see him at Glorias when she had her picnics and Frank was always pleasant and a gentleman. Rest in Peace,Frank. My condolences to the family. GN
Jerry Fezza posted a condolence
Sunday, June 9, 2019To all Frank's Family - Worked at Texaco when Frank was there and we shared many good times together. He always was cheerful and always smiling whenever I saw him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all as you deal with your loss.
Robert posted a condolence
Sunday, June 9, 2019Frank would like me to say “Thank You.” Thank you to the doctors and to the nurses, aides and support staffs at Vassar Hospital. Thank you to the offices of the myriad medical professionals that have helped him live a longer life. Thank you to the church, for his serenity in the face of hardships that we all face in life. Thank you to the community. The community he fought to protect against hatred and tyranny. The community that embraces us all as brothers and sisters. Thank you to those that accepted Frank’s smile and responded with a smile and a handshake and a new friend made. You made something as simple as a trip to the diner into a “family event.” Thank you to Ray, and to Bobby. Thank you to good friends he had and good friends he’d lost. You were those things that always made tomorrow something to look forward to. Thank you to Gloria. A good neighbor a good friend to both Marna and to Frank. Thank you Lori, Lynette and Lia. Thank you to Terri and to Johnny. Your selves and your families are the comfort of knowing that the future is in good hands. Thank you to Jay. Who never forgot that Frank would have been shut in after the snows. Your kindness and consideration are all the more so for their selflessness. Thank you. Thank you to Nancy, and to John. You have been warm comfort and good friends. Thank you for Frank’s grandchildren. Thank you, to Mike. For all those “good talks.” Thank you to Johnny and Vincent. You made pop a proud grandfather. Thank you to Ari and to Brookie. The Sun and the Moon couldn’t have meant more to pop than you do. Know that this is not “Good bye.” Where ever you want him, wherever you feel you need him, that’s where he will be. Just have faith and you will feel him. Guiding you through the storm with a calm and sure and gentle hand. Thank you, Debbie. Thank you, Lisa. No number of words can express what you know Dad knows. Frank lived to be 93. None of do that alone. So he asks me to tell you, all, Thank You. PLAU Robt
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Saturday, June 8, 2019