In Memory

Frank Petrillo

Frank Petrillo



 
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01/08/14 06:50 PM #1    

Richard Shapiro

Senior year was a great time.  Many new friendships. Although we bumped shoulders through middle school and highschool, it took senior year to make our lives cross.  Frank was the guy who brought excitement to the group.  He was animated and fun to be with.  While his idea sometimes differed from the rest of the group,( he loved to go dancing - I think  the bar was called -backstage? -in woodmere, we liked to go drinking at the porthole,. He enjoyed going out to do the hustle, even before John Travolta).  He didnt know that I had two left feet.  His dream was to see Diana Ross in concert. Many fun nights at north woodmere park,friendlies, hewlett inn and sunday night red pin bowling in woodmere.  He had that special quality that we all strive for.  He is missed.


02/01/14 06:30 PM #2    

Louisa Borriello

My dear sweet friend Frankie...The kids from Inwood will never forget you!


07/25/14 05:09 PM #3    

Angela Oliveri (Giovanniello)

You were always the life of the party Frankie, miss you!

07/26/14 10:30 PM #4    

Sheri Cohen (Kuchin)

Dear Frank,  we had so many fun times all through High School and even after.  You were always the life of the party.  Our mom new each other from Salon Chris .  I don't think they are open any more.  Well for years before we even knew each other your mom would always ask if I knew you.  My answer was always know until we met up in 10th grade.  She was so excited that we had met and had become very close friends. You always loved your music and dancing.  You would try to teach me to dance and would laugh cause I was a lost cause.  When you came to my house for a holiday,  you instantly became Frank Petrillowitz if my grandfather was over.  Youvalso loved to wear necklace charms that was symbolic of different religions.  My oldest daughter was born the year you passed away.  You passed away on my birthday, 3/5/1986.  After a while I brought Alyson up to see your mom.  She had all of your necklace charms.  She proudly gave me the Jewish Star for Alyson.  She said if you were alive you would have given it to her yourself.  You will always be missed my friend.  Every birthday I say a little prayer for you.  Sheri


07/28/14 09:14 PM #5    

Barry Fabrikant (Fabrikant)

Frank was a geat friend.  He always wanted to make you smile and laugh.  I will always miss him


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