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September 19, 2013
Frank was a sweetheart of a man, kind and generous and always a joy to be with. I hit the jackpot when I got him for my father-in-law! I feel blessed to have had him in my life. Frank was a true gentleman, and a gentle man. He holds a place in my heart forever.
September 19, 2013
P.S. We Know That Ryan is welcoming his Grandfather to place very specially prepared for him....Sue&Bob
September 19, 2013
We remember Frank from the "old days," as a kind and gentleman, with a great sense of humor. Our sympathies to you,Jan and of course,Bob who's been there with you. Please send our condolences to Mary....Love to All of You, Bob & Sue
September 17, 2013
I remember looking over at my Uncle Frank while my father and him were watching tv on Perry street in Belleville. When I looked at Uncle Frank and I looked at those other guys on tv, I scratched my head and wondered why my Uncle Frank wasn't a movie star! Great guy. I hope he runs into my Father, Tom Sr. two Vets, same war.......Love Charlie+Alicelynne
September 16, 2013
Frank was raised by his mother in Belleville, N.J., after his father, Antonio, a World War I U.S. Army infantryman, died several years after the war as a result of combat injury -- he and his unit were caught in a mustard gas attack. The mustard gas slowly destroyed Antonio's lungs; he suffered for several years before passing. Frank, despite this difficult beginning, grew into a man of great character. Throughout his life, he was proud of his service to this nation as a U.S. Marine in WWII's Pacific Theater.

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