Frank Yasus

frank yasus

April 17, 1942 ~ August 19, 2023

Born in: Brooklyn, NY
Resided in: Smithtown, NY


Mass: August 26, 2023 9:30 am

St. Patrick's R C Church Smithtown
280 E Main St

Interment: August 26, 2023 10:45 am

St Charles Cemetery
Conklin St.
Farmingdale, NY 11767

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  1. we have a picture of Nina and Frankie and Albert on the sidewalk of Grove Street Brooklyn and Frankie is holding little baby Peter……he always told me in a boasting way : I carried you home from the Hospital !!!!!!!!
    Love you Frankie…….you drove me around in your 66 Mustang….we sat on the stoop at 76-62 172st….you came home from work at the WTC with a 6 pack of Schaeffer beer ….you drove me to Lake Success and bought me my first slot care racing set !!!!!…..miss you Frankie…..i bought a motorcycle because of you and I bought a red TR7 because of your red Mustang…..and the Bongos from Puerto Rico….made me a drummer !!!!…love you so much ……xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo…..Jimmy and me hope youre up there in HorseShoe Heaven playing with GrandPa..!!!!

  2. Sincerest condolences to Al, Nina and Peter and the rest of the Yasus Family. I know you always loved your brother and had great concern for him in the later years of his life. May he rest in peace. Love, Barbara and Dave (Albany, NY)

  3. Growing up with my older brother Frankie we were fierce rivals and this too many times would cause friction between us, but in our hearts, we would go to battle for one another’s protection and wellbeing.
    On one specific occasion I was being chased by this guy twice my size and strong as a bull if he caught me, I wouldn’t be around today writing about how my Big Brother saved my hide. Thanks again Bro!
    We played rough together, but I always took the ride to the hospital. stitches to the head, broken left arm another time, but I loved him, nonetheless.
    We served in the military same years, ’61 – ’65, me Air Force he Navy, in uniform together we would
    meet in S.C. hitch hike have some good fun together, he looked sharp in dress whites, even caught
    Margaret’s eye in Puerto Rico, later to be his bride.
    As in the past years Frankie, keep one good eye on me from up above, till we meet again,
    eternal rest in peace. Love you.

  4. candleI am very lucky to have such a great family. We always take care of each other. When you have a life so great you would like to live it over and over, but that is not possible. Maybe in heaven yes. Thank you Uncle Frank for all those good times. Playing with my cousins and brothers was so much fun. Days you never wanted to end. Swinging on those U.S. Navy hammocks in the backyard in Hicksville. Rye Playland and Cantiague Park. Going out on your boat from Oyster Bay and hanging out on Bayville Beach. Sweet memories!

  5. Dad, you are very special and mean so much to me. I am thankful for the gift of having you in my life every day. I will forever treasure my memories of you always. Knowing that you are in my heart helps me through each day. You are deeply loved, and I will miss you, Dad. I know you are watching over me until we meet again. Thank YOU for being my Dad!

    • Uncle Frankie will be greatly missed. I have so many wonderful childhood memories of him, my favorite one is playing knock hockey on the homemade wooden board at those epic Primrose block parties. So much fun! Andrea & Teena, I love you so much. I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there during this difficult time. Sending you and the whole family lots of love. Miss you. I’ll cherish my sweet memories of Uncle Frankie and Titi Margaret forever. xoxoxo

  6. Frank was a good man and had a heart of gold. I enjoyed going on the boat with him, Margaret, Tina and Andrea. We had great times together. My most recent memory of Frank is when he called me in California all excited about the motorcycle he had just purchased from a Greek salesman. He gave me the number and wanted me to talk to him. That was Frank lol. We now have another angel watching over us. May his soul R.I.P. and may his memory be eternal 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️

  7. candleDearest Christina & my God daughter Andrea and all of the Yasus family…
    Frankie was a unique person. Over the years that I have known him, we’ve had lots of laughs together. I can remember in our younger years we would go out on his “pride & joy” the old wooden boat. We had many beers and good times together.
    Now that he is reunited with Margaret again, may they rest in peace.
    My Love to all,
    Tony Walters

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