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April 01, 2013
Frank Lizzi and I met in kindergarten. We went through grammar and high school together. Few classmates came to know Frank very well; not because he was unfriendly, but because he was always working, studying and showing good example. In my lifetime, I don't recall meeting a more industrious, dedicated, selfless person.
Over the years, I may have bumped into Frank 4 or 5 times. On one occasion at St. Peter's hospital, he found out I was visiting my mother. He had never met her, but made a point to stop in her room the next day. Well, she couldn't wait to tell me how much that visit meant. He told her he had spoken to the head nurse, he had instructed the staff at the nurses' station and relayed to all just how crucial her comfort and her stay at St. Peter's was to him.
I didn't realize it was possible to make someone hooked up to monitoring machines feel so special, so important and so great. Anonymously and without a dimes worth of compensation, Dr. Frank Lizzi did it. He was a man of integrity and the highest standard of values. A prescription for friendliness and good example.
April 01, 2013
Dr.Lizzi's Family,In this day,in this fast moving world,it is very rare to find someone with such patience,humor,
intelligence and generosity of time and spirit.Dr.Lizzi was a wonderful doctor and an exceptional human being.He will be sorely missed. Thank you Dr. Lizzi.God Bless you. Kitty Doherty
April 01, 2013
My condolences goes out to the family. Dr. Lizzy was a awesome man, friend and doctor to my sister Celestine (Tina)in which dr. Lizzy took good care of her for many many many years. A great man will be missed dearly. RIP Dr. Lizzy. We thank you for all you have done for our sister.
April 01, 2013
Anne Marie,

I am very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless.
April 01, 2013
Ann Marie,

I was saddened to learn of your dad's passing. From all accounts, he was a wonderfully gifted and compassionate physician. And from knowing you, it's so obvious that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Thinking of you and your family at this bittersweet time.
April 01, 2013
Dr. Lizzy Was A Very good Man And Teacher...May you RIP.
April 01, 2013
Lizzi family-I am sorry for your loss. Dr. Lizzi helped me resolve a problem I was having and I am forever grateful for the excellant care he provided. The world has lost a brilliant, compassionate talented man.
April 01, 2013
I'm sorry for your loss. I was fortunate to have him as a teacher at Branford Hall. He was a wonderful person. I will keep him in my prayers.
April 01, 2013
I remember Dr Lizzie back when I worked the pediatric unit in St Peters in the 1990s. He was there at all hours day and night. He never had an unkind word about anything- Truly a one of a kind. He will surely be missed by all- Deepest condolences to all his family.
April 01, 2013
I was very sad to see the obituary for Dr. Lizzi. I did not know him well, but in 1954 he and I were among the violin students of Ford Hummel in Albany. Frank was an outstanding, talented young violinist, and I remember how I envied his ability. We were both in recitals that Ford Hummel presented at the Woman's Club at 725 Madison Avenue in Albany. I had not seen him since those days, and he probably would not have known me, but I will never forget how he played the violin.
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