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Frank E. Antonucci

Huntington, Massachusetts

1945 - 2017

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Frank E. Antonucci, 72, devoted husband and father, prominent attorney, loyal friend and committed advocate for the public good, passed away at his home in Huntington, MA on Saturday, June 17, with his family at his side. Born in Worcester, MA, March 8, 1945, Frank graduated from the University...

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One year ago, Uncle Frank passed away. Today, on June 17, 2018 we celebrate his accomplishments and reflect on his life. Sending love and support to the Antonucci family.

It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.

Neil Young said, You don't have to worry when you lose a friend because they are still in your head and your heart. Frank, you will always be in both. Thank you for being both a friend and a brother.

Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family.

We will miss you Frank. Like the Lake Mist, you surround us.

Many years ago Frank provided me with expert council and I enjoyed my appointments at his Gt.Barrington office as it was my grandparents home...He was truly a gentleman of The Old School.Those who go before are always with us.You have my deepest sympathy at this difficult time.Holding you all in my prayers and as I light the evening candles in the windows,I will be singing some old favorites.Sincerely,Marylee Preston Lopez

Frank's passing is a loss to your family and to the community. Altho I never met him face to face, he gifted me with the information I needed over the phone. Practical, compassionate and to the point, it's a conversation I will always remember with gratitude.

One of Uncle Frank's amazing meals...

Frank Antonucci was many things to many people. He was a family man, an attorney, a Boston Red Sox fan, and a chef worthy of 3 Michelin stars. Throughout my life, I knew him as Uncle Wolf, Uncle Frank and Unkin. For me, he is always the Provider, the Storyteller and the Trickster. Uncle Frank will be greatly missed. I extend my heartfelt condolences to my Aunt and my cousins.