Franklin S. Giancola

Ellicottville, New York


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Frank was a friend and neighbor here in Louisiana in the early 1980s. He was also my boss at work. Frank went out of his way to make sure I had a job during difficult times and made it possible to work my way thru nursing school.

My wife and I speak of him frequently and always with great fondness.

I'm so sorry to hear of his death and wish I could tell him again how much he means to me.

Mary haven't seen you in years but ran into Frank occasionally over the years, I just heard of your sorrow and have had you in my prayers, God keep you safe and keep Frank close.

So sorry to hear about his passing.

I wish you were here

mary and family,i was so sadden to hear about frank,I will miss him.he was a great person.

Mary, We were so sad to hear about Frank. We always smile when we talk about the days at Gypsys and playing in the Sunday morning pool league. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Duane and Dana Westfall

Hello Mary and family..We just learned today of Franks leaving us..We are sorry for the loss of your mate..we were of the "Gypsy" vintage..good times and memories from days past.Frank and Craig liked to bull.... back and for with each other about politics and work..we are sorry that he needed to go..Much heart to you all. patti and craig bruehl

Mary,Marge,Tom and family, I cannot express the saddness my heart feels for your loss.Frank was so loved by EVERYONE!! What a beautiful man he was!!!!!! He put a smile on everyones face ! My fondess childhood memories are of the laughs we had. i spent a lot of time at their home growing up and Frank , Marge and Tom are so dear to my heart !!!!!! LIVE LAUGH and LOVE is how Frank lived his whole life!!!!! My dear cousin make them all laugh in heaven now!!! Lucky them!!!!!!!!!!

frank u were such a great brotherinlaw when ever u walked in to the room it lit up,I will surly miss u. good by frank


Franklin's Obituaries

ELLICOTTVILLE - Franklin S. Giancola, 73, of Route 219, passed away Saturday (Dec. 7, 2013) at his home.He was born Nov. 8, 1940, in Niagara Falls, a son of the late Anthony and Rose Bonnacorso Giancola. In August 2000, he married the former Mary Meaux, who survives.Mr. Giancola was a U.S. Army...

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