Rev. Francis-Facione-Obituary

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The Most Rev. Francis P Facione Ph.D

Louisville, Kentucky

Feb 8, 1940 – Jun 14, 2019 (Age 79)


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Advantage Funeral Home and Cremation Services Hardy Chapel Obituary

The Most Rev. Francis P. Facione, Ph.D., 79, died on Friday, June 14, 2019. He was the Son of the late Frank and Catherine Facione, stepson of the late Frank Dicicco. He was predeceased by his sisters, Dominica Deluca, Jennie Doa, Agnes Assemany, and a brother, Butch Assemany. He was Presiding...

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Thank you for all your guidance at Wayne State University College of Pharmacy and at Kappa Psi. Those were some great years for me and you were a big part of it.
Now enjoy Heaven and the blissful eternity that you have earned.

"Well done, good and faithful servant, enter into your rest."

Thoughts and prayers for family and friends.

May he rest in peace.

Bishop David Dismas
Mission Diocese of Saint Nicholas

Thanks for being a mentor who often kiddingly threatened to send a few of us to the Univerdity of Gnome Alaska if we misbehaved

Many fond memories

Your friend

I do hope that Bishop Francis has now had a chance to visit with Erasmus whose life and work he admired and whose books he was always asking me to find for the ORC seminary in Florida.

I always enjoyed reading New Perspectives of which he was rightly proud.

May his memory be eternal!

His Grace will be sorely missed by me. He was always concerned about me and guided me for over 45 years as a friend, mentor and my Bishop. I will miss his counsel and the sage advice he gave. I know he is in heaven and still watching over us.

Frank, I will always remember you as my friends have nicknamed you... "Father Pharmacy". I will say a kaddish prayer for you at my shule. As a mentor in Kappa Psi, you had always welcomed everyone on their level. Making them comfortable in the group and in their own skins. In Wayne State University School of Pharmacy, you encouraged me when I was not performing at my best. It made a difference.
I have no doubt that you are sitting down for a conversation and a scotch...

Thank you for helping become a great pharmacist!

He will be missed. Praying for the family

I pray that Most Rev. Frank Facione rest in peace with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! I have many fond memories of brother Frank in Detroit and Louisville.