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October 22, 2019

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October 10, 2019
I was truly saddened to hear of Franks passing and extend my sincere sympathy to all of the members of his family We worked together at the 120 Precinct for a number of years and always found Frank to be a fine Police officer, a fine man and a fine friend. May he rest in Gods peace
October 9, 2019
Dear Connie, My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Frank and I worked together in the 9th Precint and on occasion after we both retired I kept in touch until I moved to Annapolis I remember Frank as a fine gentleman, a man of integrity,
a fun guy and someone who I could always rely on. Also he was truly the best of the Finest - one who earned the respect of all the officers he worked with.
I was saddend to learn of his passing and I will remember him in my prayers.Again, my condolences.

Mario Gabos
October 9, 2019
I had the opportunity to work alongside Frank at the 120 precinct as a rookie and in later years after returning to the 120, in the Staten Island Ferry detail.

Frank was a man of the highest integrity and an excellent police officer who was a compassionate advocate for officers' rights as a PBA representative. He was well-liked and respected by all of us.

I offer my deepest condolences to the Rapacciuolo family and I grieve with his many friends.

God bless and rest in peace.

Jim Marion
October 8, 2019
Good man.
Good family.
Thank you for your service.
Rest in peace.
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