Frank Pirri

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  1. I spent quite a bit of time with Frank over the past several months, which was a good and rewarding experience. For his whole life, even recently, Frank was a very independent man, never wanting to put anyone out. Over the years, I would help him with small things, like snow or fixing something. He realized that he really needed help in this past year and it must have been difficult for him to acknowledge that. Despite his viewing of Fox television at Rock ‘n Roll volume, we got along very well : ) Actually, he would turn off the TV when I was there, preferring conversation, unless Jeanine Pirro was on.. Frank loved our neighborhood and was so reluctant to leave his home that last time. He truly appreciated his family and neighbors who helped him with tasks, or came to his aid. Thanks to everyone. I’ll miss him. – Bart

  2. To My Little Honey, My Little DollyAll my childhood memories were at your house in Shoreham. I know your 13 nieces and nephews drove you crazy, but you always put up with our antics. You always put family first. You lived to a ripe old age of 95. I will miss you more then words can say. You will always hold a special place in my heart. I know you are now with our family in heaven. RIP Uncle Frank

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