We will all miss you Frankie G
We will all miss you Frankie G. My deepest sympathies to your family.
Our sincerest sympathy to the Giampietro family for their loss. Frank was an inspiration to many. He would bring a smile to your face whenever you would see him. I have many fond memories of him and his brother and sister when I was a child and would play a little music on the drums in the basement with their band. You will be greatly missed. The Mastroianni Family Maria, Frank, Joe, & Rosamaria & family's.
Frank, you'll always be in my heart and spirt. I'm glad I saved your life that day at Lake Plata, when I dragged you out of the water just before the lightning strike, and in turn you saved me from Crazy Ted the bully in HS. You gave us 50 more years of love and fun, and a little of you is with me every day, each time I laugh or crack a smile. My deepest feeling to your family and loved ones, they were truly lucky to have you in their lives. I'll see you on the other side.
My thoughts are prayers are with all of you in this time. So sorry for your loss. He was such a great man and always so kind.
Frankie always had a smile and a big hug for me at our class reunions. My sympathies go to the family for such a wonderful guy. Remember him with smiles.
The loss of such a wonderful person, may he rest in peace and watch over us.
We'll all remember how Frank's presence made good times better-The Hilton; OSU game days; Super Bowl; and more. Go with peace.
I am so very sorry for your lose Frank was one of the nicest gentlemen i have ever met, he was always so positive about life never saying anything negative about his illness,I will keep you all in my prayers as al of the workers in the CAT SCAN department at St Vincent Medical Center
Never seen a more Happy Go Luck Man, you will be Truely missed. The FEAST will not be the same without you, but I know YOU will be there in Spirit!
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family may God Bless you all
Mr G, I do not even know where to start. You and your family was such a big part of my life growing up. I always had such a fun time spending the weekends at your house with Danielle. You were the kindest, sweetest man with a contagious laugh. The love for your family was admirable. You were always like a second dad and I thank you for that..you will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing and loving you.
May your tears be wiped away by the hearer of prayer. (Psalm 65:2) My deepest sympathy for your oss
I never knew a man who liked to have fun or enjoyed telling a joke more than Frank. We'll sing "Yellow Bird" again someday, my friend, and "Motorcycle" too. A little more sugar please, because you gave it all the time. Farewell, old friend.
Always tried to make you happy by doing the Music you Loved in Life ! I'm thankful that your suffering is Over. This World will not be the same without you. I see that smiling face and will forever remember your friendship. You always had the "Front Row" seat for my shows. Just seeing you Happy and having Fun made all the work worthwhile. Rest well Cumpare'-
Frankie, you were not only my cousin, but you were my dear friend. I remember the days going back and forth from our grandmother's homes. We were always surrounded by love, laughter ad lots of good food. My memories of you will remain in my heart forever. I will miss your warmth and your infectious smile. Love, Teri
hey frankie what a great picture it's how i remember you walking into a room creating laughter and mischief you were always smiling and made those around you smile too,you will truly be missed , can't wait till the rematch when you beat bobby kelly at morra tu da la mon my friend god bless
We share your loss--Frank was one of our favorite patients--we so enjoyed the Parties at St Vincent's. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Dr. Jon Reisman and the Nurses at St Vincent Infusion Center: Sheila, Evelyn, Patty and Liz
Frank, Dino, Danielle. you all are in my prayers. I will always remember seeing your dad pull up to your house and me running down the street to get some GUM... because he always had an ever lasting supply of bubble gum.
Will be dearly missed by your friends at Oak Brook
May the God of all comfort be with the Giampietro family in your time of sadness.
Frankie, It's not where you go, or what you do but who is besides you that counts. You were always by my side. I was blessed to have you there. May you rest in peace. God bless and watch over your family. I love you with all my heart Frankie. I will treasure the memories...until we meet again. Love, Shelly Amato