Let the memory of Frank be with us forever
  • 88 years old
  • Born on January 9, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.
  • Passed away on February 24, 2015 in West Palm Beach, Florida, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Frank D'Angelo 88 years old , born on January 9, 1927 and passed away on February 24, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Henry & Maureen Stevens on 2nd March 2015
A FRIEND DIED By R. Clayman A friend went to Heaven today, A good man, he lived a good life Awoke in the morning: A new day, full of love for family & wife Life lived to the full & love he spread, No thought, “If today I die” By Faith he prepared for life ahead, United in Christ, still, we cry! Frank D’Angelo Jan. 9, 1927 – Feb. 24, 1915
Posted by Joseph D'Angelo on 27th February 2015
I will always miss my Brother-in-law Frank (Ciccio). He was my "Gentle Giant", he was like a second Dad to me growing up, especially after my own Dad passed away in 1984. Ciccio brought laughter and love into every conversation. We had many family gatherings over the years, and Frank was always up for the old stories of the "Old times in Brooklyn." Frank was probably the best driver I have ever known; therefore to die after a critical auto accident, is beyond my comprehension. Giuseppe (Joe) and I have four adult children that will surely miss their Uncle Frank, as well as the Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren etc. +We love you Ciccio, and the song "My Way", by Frank Sinatra, is so appropriate for your life, as I knew it! I will always remember you and always miss our talks with you, me, and Giuseppe. Rest now in Peace my Brother... Love, Your sister-in-law, Doreen
Posted by Joseph D'Angelo on 27th February 2015
My Brother Frank (Ciccio), was not only my older Brother, but he was also a Father figure to me. We took care of each other growing up; as we didn't have a Father figure around. I love him and will miss him very much. I will always cherish our luncheon and dinner outings, getting together with our younger brother Anthony (Tony). It is very difficult for me to realize that he is really gone. I am also glad I got to always spend quality time in prayer with Ciccio, over many, many years. His memory will always be with me in spirit and in my heart. Love your brother, Giuseppe (Joe).

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