PELUSO--Frank, of New York, passed away suddenly of congestive heart failure, at home with his beloved wife Emi, at his side on May 14, 2014. An accomplished singer, Frank and Emi (nee) Yamamoto, met in a production of the opera, La Rondine, in which Frank was the starring tenor. Frank Peluso was born on May 16, 1937 into a loving Italian family, and raised in Brooklyn, NY. As a child, Frank was an exceptional tap dancer. He performed regularly in the Horn and Hardart Children's hour on major television networks. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Princeton University in Mathematical Physics, Frank began his illustrious Wall Street career as a financial advisor. In addition to his wife, Emi, he is survived by his daughter, Desiree Hoffman, from a previous marriage, as well as four grandchildren, Christian, Ariel, Jean Luc, and Axel. Arrangements are pending.

Published in The New York Times on May 18, 2014