“Dear Randy, Tracy, TJ, Kelly and Family,
Just learned of your loss. Frank was a great father. I have wonderful memories of Frank and your family when I was recruiting Tracy for Lafayette and when he attended our games.
My prayers are with you.
“Randy, my dearest friend. I am so sorry for this huge loss...I remember your husband graciously giving my late husband an autographed picture and you surprising me with it as a Christmas gift...you were and will always be that bright light for me.... God bless and keep you and your children in this time..... Big hug... April from Viva......
“Frank Tripucka has left his legacy at Notre Dame, NFL, and in Bloomfield. His love of life was always present in his greatest love which was that of his family. Frank was most proud of his family. To you all may God bless you for your loss.
Ed Johnson and The Johnson Family
“Growing up at Forest Hill I heard my Dad talk about Frank Tripuka. But living in Bloomfield, my recollection of Mr. tripuka was he and his children walking to church on Sunday mornings, each one clutching a coin in their hand for collection. If anyone dared to talk the long arm of Mr. tripuka would reach across the back of the pew and that child would be sitting next to Dad. In later years I taught some of the Tripuka grandchildren in Mt. Lakes and shared some stories with them. A great...
My condolences to you and your family. I am sure you have many great memories of your dad. Keep them in your hart !
“Kelly, Mark, Tracy and TK,
Your dad was a great man and we're sorry to hear of his passing. You can see so much of him in each of you and that's a great thing! He was one of a kind - a true gentleman who was so proud of his kids. May he rest in peace.
Tom and Debbie McLaughlin
“Kelly, Janice and the entire Tripucka family....I only learned of Frank's passing last night, while watching the Giants game. He was such a wonderful man and I will not forget the time I met him at his home, when he got that big screen TV. May he Rest In Peace.
Our beloved father, Frank Tripucka, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, in his home in Woodland Park, N.J, after a prolonged illness. He had formerly lived in Bloomfield, N.J., and Fairfield, N.J. Viewing will be at the Levandoski Funeral Home, 44 Bay Ave., Bloomfield, N.J., on Sunday from 3...Read More