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 Wisniewski, Frank M.
Born: 09/29/1942
Died: 05/05/2014
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Wisniewski, Frank M.

Frankford – Frank Wisniewski, 71, of Frankford Township, passed away Monday May 5, 2014. Born in East Orange NJ, he lived and raised his family in Frankford Township.  He was a graduate of West Orange High and soon after joined the National Guard in 1968 and was active through 1972.  He later made a career as a skilled Industrial Mechanic for 35 years.  Frank enjoyed the simple life; was a car enthusiast and had a passion for creating simple inventions to address life’s little nuisances; he was an “inventor”. Frank loved his Golden Retrievers and they in turn provided him unconditional love and immeasurable joy throughout his life.  He was loved by everyone and will be forever missed. Frank was predeceased by his father, Frank Wisniewski and is survived by his mother, Charlotte, brother, John, wife Sharon, sons Brian and Scott, two daughter-in-laws Leslie and Elizabeth, three granddaughters, Hannah, Sage, Gillian and his Golden Retriever Ruggles, “Ruggs”. Visitation will be held Friday May 9, 2014 from 5 to 8 PM immediately followed by Funeral Services at 8PM in the Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home, 156 Main St. (Rt. 206) Newton, NJ.
 
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Dear Sharon, Brian, Scott, and Family, With our deepest sympathy in the loss of Frank. We will always remember the great boat rides we shared with Frank and Sharon. Frank will truly be missed. Love Always, Debbie and george
Debbie & George Bokunwicz
Sharon & family, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I know there are no words to heal your pain, but I do know that Frank will always live on in your heart! I miss your smiling face. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. Love & Sympathy Valerie Gonzalez
Valerie Gonzalez
To Sharon, Brian, Scott and family, Frankie was always one of my favorites. Although we didn't see too much of each other recently I will always fondly recall many, many family memories especially when I was a kid. He would take me cruising around town in a GTO convertible with the top down and he always made me feel special. Godspeed Frankie. Till I see you again, your loving cousin Steve.
Steve Kennedy, Cousin
Sharon, Brian, Scott and family, John and I were very sorry to hear of Frank's passing. Frank was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather and he will be missed by all who knew him. Each time we would meet, whether at a family gathering or soccer game, it was always a pleasure to talk with him. We will all surely miss him but the memories we have in our hearts will always be there. May he rest in peace. With Prayers and Sympathy, John and Renee Anderson
John and Renee Anderson
Sharon and Family: Hoping loving memories will help ease your pain. Our sincere condolences. Jim and Bonnie Bain
Bonnie Bain
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