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Frank L. Cocco

Allentown, Pennsylvania

Nov 1, 1952 – Nov 5, 2017 (Age 66)

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Frank, we met years ago through my my sisters at GE. I will never forget how generous you were to my kids before you had your own family. Seeing you just a few months ago was great, talking about the past with sports. I'm glad to call you a friend. RIP

I have many fond memories of Frank and brother Joe as we grew up, playing sports in the neighborhood. But when Mickey Mantle came up to bat, time out was called! RIP Big Frank

My prayers and condolences to your family. May you rest in peace.

Frank I'm gonna miss you so much ! Thank you for being my customer for the last 12 years! Rest in peace my friend! Your friend and stylist , Mindy at All about u hair salon.

I am sorry to hear of Frank's passing. He was in the service when the family moved into the 13th St neighborhood. I only got to meet him when he was home on leave. He will be missed by all who knew him.

To Coach Cocco's Boys your father was an amazing man he coached my sons at Mountainville (Nate and Santino) he taught them to be the best they could be and for that I thank him. I remember him yelling for them to run the hills and to push thru. He also taught my son Santino how to be a quaterback he saw something in him that no one else did.
I am so glad we had the opportunity to have had him as our Coach. He will truely be missed.

I worked with Frank as a laborer he was a good guy a lot laughs. I will always remember him with his Raiders helmet. God bless Frank and his family RIP.

Anthony and Andrew , So sorry to hear of your father's passing . Your dad was the best . I will always have great memories of him on the many jobs we were on together. He was the greatest guy to have with you on a job . He worked so hard , but always brought his great sense of humor to work with him . He made the job fun . I was so sad to hear about this , and I know that hundreds of guys who also worked with your father feel the same way . Please accept my sincere condolences . ...

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICES FELLOW 82ND AIRBORNE VETERAN MAY YOU REST IN PEACE

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Frank L. Cocco, Jr. 65, of Bethlehem passed away on Sunday November 5, 2017 at his home. Born November 1, 1952 in Sayre PA. Frank was predeceased by his parents Frank L Sr. and Marian A Cocco (Yale) and a brother John O Mann. Frank was a U.S. Army veteran and served with the 82nd Airborne...

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