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Franklyn L. Curreri

Died: 2018-12-02
Resided in: W. Peabody, MA
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH
Viewing date: 2018-12-09 :: 1-4pm
Service type: Prayers at 3:00pm
Service date: 2018-12-09 // 3:00pm
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Burial type: Burial
Burial date: 2018-12-10
Cemetery: Locust Grove Cemetery, Gloucester, MA :Noon
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Frank, age 90, passed away peacefully, with his wife and family by his side, on December 2, at the Kaplan Hospice House, in Danvers. He was born in Boston and grew up in Everett. He was predeceased by his parents Leonard Curreri and Rosalie DeLeo. Sisters Florence Fusco and Leonarda Brescia. Frank served his country honorably with the U.S. Navy. Frank was deeply devoted to the love of his life, his wife Barbara (Brescia) of 67 years. He was the proud father of three children, Frank Curreri, Corinne Curreri-Moore, Paul Curreri and grandfather to Paul Curreri Jr. and his late grandson Frank Curreri Jr. He was close to his son in law Craig Moore and had a special relationship with his niece Anne Brescia. Frank played football in his youth. He was an excellent golfer and taught his sons the sport. He absolutely loved music and dance it was central to his life. He was a great dancer throughout his life along with his wife. And always ready to teach what he knew whether golf, dance, work etc. Lifelong fan of the Boston Red Sox and N.E. Patriots. He was known as a perfectionist, a true artist, in his work and everything he did. He had a long career working for Versa Tile ceramic and marble tile installation. He had a great sense of humor and was a true gentleman. He was unassuming and wholeheartedly devoted to his family and in return was given back the same devotion and love. He will be truly missed!

What a wonderful tribute...He lived his life to the fullest. He was lucky to have such a wonderful daughter and son-in-law. God Bless.
Thoughts and prayers to all, so sorry for your loss. Tom Saccoccio
Dear Corrine & Curreri Family, Our sincere sympathys during this difficult time. Sounds to me, you were very lucky to have such an extroidinary Father. May he rest easy in Gods loving arms with his beloved wife Barbara. We are praying that you find peace & comfort in your wonderful memories. Sincerely, TThe Bielicki Family
May his memory always be a blessing and a source of peace. May his light shine on forever. Dora Torres , Steve Gelin's wife
So Sorry For Your Loss Paul . All The Best To You And Your Family..❤️
Dear Barbara, Corrine, Frank, My heart goes out to you all in this most difficult time. It was such a pleasure to share music--and even dancing!--with Frank and you all these past months. I will never forget him, and how beautifully you cared for and loved him through to the very end. He will indeed be missed. Warmly, Lisa
Dear Barbara, Corrine, Frank, My heart goes out to you all in this most difficult time. It was such a pleasure to share music--and even dancing!--with Frank and you all these past months. I will never forget him, and how beautifully you cared for and loved him through to the very end. He will indeed be missed. Warmly, Lisa
So sorry to all the Curreri Family. Mr. Curreri was so sweet and im honored to have met him from being friends with his son Frank. Thoughts are with you all. ~Karen Cottrell MacGregor
Dearest Corrine and Family, Sincere condolences on your loss. Sending prayers and sympathy. Jeanne & Sheree McCormick~Katzman West Palm Beach, Florida
To the entire Curreri Family, Please accept my sincere condolences on behalf of the entire Ciulla family for the loss of cousin Frank. We are very sorry for your loss. It was great for me to get to know Frank while visiting Anne Brescia's house for parties. I was always amazed that he had the exact same sense of humor as my Uncle Charlie...and they were childhood friends to boot. You will all be in my prayers in a very special way. Viva Familglia! Sincerely, Matthew Boyle

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