Born in Patterson, NJ on May 9, 1933
Departed on November 29, 2020 and resided in Dunwoody, GA
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One of the world’s good guys. Always there to help whoever needed it. Endured a lot but never complained about it. Played a great piano! As good a mate as my sister Ann could hope to have. They were a couple who stuck together through thick and thin. He’s resting now, after a challenging physical life. Enjoy your newfound freedom, Fran!
Memories of Uncle Fran always make me smile. From our early years visiting Aunt Ann and Uncle Fran in Washington Twp NJ as kids and having a blast with our cousins Laura, Mae Mae, and little Fran – – what a great and genuine smile he always had! My Mom and Dad had always commented on his wonderful sense of humor and generosity – and his incredible gift of playing the piano that amazed all!
The last time I saw Uncle Fran and Aunt Ann was many years later in ATL at my sisters wedding rehearsal dinner, and his exuberant personality, sense of humor and kindness all came shining through again! Even though he may have been in some physical discomfort, he never showed it! What a gorgeous couple!!
Fun memories of our times with my cousins in Vero Beach and at my own wedding in NJ with the girls! He was a great father, husband, comic relief for so many – and I wish his spirit only the BEST going forward! xoxo MJ in NJ