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1913 - 2014 Obituary Condolences
FRANCESCO "CICCI" DIDUCA Obituary
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June 29, 2016

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June 29, 2016

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February 10, 2014
May his soul rest in peace. I will keep you all in my prayers
February 10, 2014
This was written by Bruno DiDuca.

This man has lived to be 100 years old. A quiet and humble man that always put the betterment of his family in front of his own personal needs and comforts. Hard working and fearless in the challenges he faced both growing up in Italy and here in America. The words " it can't be done" did not exist in this man's vocabulary. His achievements are so many that it would be an injustice for me to try and list them all here. Yet he did them with very little fanfare. A generous man that was always quick to lend a hand or share his wealth of knowledge. Knowledge that came not from a diploma on the wall but from proven life experiences. Funny, quick witted and loved to joke around, humor and laughter is what fueled him and it always surrounded him. He enjoy life to the fullest and never wasted a single day of those 100 years. Most people new him as Frank DiDuca or Cicci. I am thankful, privileged and honored to call him Papa. Rest in peace Pa and Cento Anni
February 10, 2014
This man has lived to be 100 years old. A quiet and humble man that always put the betterment of his family in front of his own personal needs and comforts. Hard working and fearless in the challenges he faced both growing up in Italy and here in America. The words " it can't be done" did not exist in this man's vocabulary. His achievements are so many that it would be an injustice for me to try and list them all here. Yet he did them with very little fanfare. A generous man that was always quick to lend a hand or share his wealth of knowledge. Knowledge that came not from a diploma on the wall but from proven life experiences. Funny, quick witted and loved to joke around, humor and laughter is what fueled him and it always surrounded him. He enjoy life to the fullest and never wasted a single day of those 100 years. Most people new him as Frank DiDuca or Cicci. I am thankful, privileged and honored to call him Papa. Rest in peace Pa and Cento Anni
February 9, 2014
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