Frank Capodici

Brigantine, New Jersey

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Marie and family, so sorry to hear about Frank. Dont know if you will recognize my name. I am Buck and Jean DeSimones daughter, will let my mom know.

So sorry to hear of Uncle Franks passing. His quick wit and playful spirit always made me smile! He was blessed with an awesome family and an unstoppable work ethic which were perfect ingredients for a fruitful life. These are not the kind of ingredients that run out.They will continue producing fruit through the people he loved and who loved him.
Uncle Frank lived his own version of "It's a Wonderful Life"!
So now that he has gone to be with his Heavenly Father...

RIP Cappy, You were a true gentleman and it was a pleasure working with you back in the day at Creative Design Mfg. LTD. Scott Paper Baby fresh Project among many others. You always had a smile on your face and twinkle in your eye. I will always remember you. Your friend Curt M. Moore

I'm so sorry for your lose. Mr.Capodici was such a nice man and it was my pleasure to know him.May the Blessed Mother hold you all close to her heart.Maggie Corocran Adkisson

Dear Marie and family -

We are so very sorry to hear about Frank's passing. Our parents, Sam & Dora Morrone were your very good friends for many years. The memories of all of the good times and photos that we have of those times will live on. Frank is with our Mom & Dad in heaven now and I'm sure they are catching up on all of those good times.
We are very sorry for your loss but remember to keep all the good memories close to your heart.

Love to all of...

I agree with Darlene. Uncle Frank was one of the nicest, smartest, calmest people I've ever known. I've never even heard him raise his voice. The things I'll always remember about Uncle Frank: the smell of his cigar, watching him dancing with Aunt Marie at family parties, him laughing about no longer being able to play his bugle, summer afternoons around the pool, his ham radio. I'll also never forget his smile. Uncle Frank's passing is a great loss but the memories of him will last...

Uncle Frank always had a kind word and a smile for everyone who crossed his path. he set a good example for many and shared his good advice so that others could benefit. he will be greatly missed. my condolences, prayers and thoughts are with your family always. love to all.

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Caps passing. I've always loved him like a father and spoke of him often when asked how I got started as a high voltage electrician. He was a large part of showing me responsibility and helped set me on my path to my career at the Navy Yard. I will always have fond memories of him and the entire Capodici family. Love and condolences Michael Giuliante


Frank's Obituaries

Frank Capodici, age 89 Frank Capodici, age 89, of Brigantine, New Jersey, passed away on Nov. 1, 2013. Born in Philadelphia, Frank lived in Primos, Pa and then moved to Brigantine, NJ in 1990. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He retired from Scott Paper Company after 29 years....

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