Francis X. "Frank" Fawcett
He was born in Clinton, Mass., May 20, 1947, son of the late Frank Fawcett and Esther (Alessandrini) Fawcett Yannece, of Lowell. He graduated from the Sacred Heart School in Lowell and Lowell High School. For many years, he was a resident of Pelham, and also lived in Andover and various places along the New Hampshire and Maine seacoasts.

Mr. Fawcett served in the Air Force.

For 20 years, he worked at the Sanders Lockheed Corp. and was also the vice president of Eastern Technologies. Since 1990, he was the owner and consultant of Fawcett International Investment Corp.

He was a member of the YMCA and enjoyed playing squash, hiking and camping.

In addition to his mother, survivors include a stepfather, Vito Yannece of Lowell; a son, Kevin Fawcett of Pelham; two daughters and sons-in-law, Kim DiZazzo and her husband, John, of Salem,N.H., and Jennifer Kopec and her husband, David, of Pelham; three grandchildren, Emily and Gina DiZazzo of Salem, N.H., and Jessie Kopec of Pelham; two brothers and sisters-in-law, John H. Fawcett and his wife, Ann Marie, of Lowell, and David Fawcett and his wife, Cindy, of Billerica; a sister and brother-in-law, Elaine Monte and her husband, Donald, of Salem; his companion, Donna Fogel of Hampton Falls; his former wife, Jacqueline (Ivanoski) Fawcett; and many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

He was also the brother of the late Patrick Fawcett.

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Published by Lowell Sun on Nov. 15, 2004.
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through the years and at many times in our lives, we met. Prayers are with all of you...Esther, Jackie and family.
don and mary wholey
November 22, 2004
To Donna and the family and friends of Frank.My deepest sympathy.I met Frank through Jim Anderson and whenever we all met it was a humorous experience.I'l will miss his wit and humor.May you rest in piece Frank . Take Care Donna
Philip Belanger
November 16, 2004
I extend my sincere condolences to the family and all who knew Frank. I will miss Frank's friendship and his loyalty to me as a friend. His contageous laugh will always ring in my ear. I will miss you beyond words. Until we meet again, God Bless!
Jim Anderson
November 16, 2004
My deepest condolences to all of you for your loss and remembering all the old times from the
Main St and Plain St boys.
James(Jimmie) Maloney
November 15, 2004
Frank, your life experiences may not all have been fun but you were a friendly, gracious, generous neighbor here in York. From a former Lowellian, good luck in your new life on the other side.
Jim Hogan
November 15, 2004
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