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Franklin Earl McCoy

24 octobre 193712 novembre 2020

It saddens me that my loving husband, Frank McCoy, passed away November 12, 2020 at 8:15pm at home by my side. He has been my true love friend and soulmate for over 52 years.

He retired from Keebler Company after 38 years. He has been an amazing husband, dad, father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather and uncle. Frank’s love for our family has always been unconditional. He was always there for all of us, no matter what was happening.

Frank is survived by his wife, Barbara McCoy; son, Philip (Robin) Antonucci, Jr.; grandson, Allen (Jesica) Antonucci; great grandsons Adrien and Enzo Antonucci; granddaughter, Rebecca (Shawn) McKay; granddaughter, Alshlea Antonucci; grandson, Eric Antonucci; niece, Debi (Steve) Agers and family; niece, Lisa (Andy) Stankiewicz; niece, Leslie (Darwin) West and family; sister-in-law, Kathy McCoy; and James “Uncle Sonny” Harrison and family; and many friends. We all love Frank McCoy. We will miss and love him always.

Services

  • Funeral Service

    samedi, 12 décembre , 2020

  • Committal Service

    samedi, 12 décembre , 2020

Souvenirs

Franklin Earl McCoy

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Debi Aggers

décembre 18, 2020

Uncle Frank had one of the kindest hearts I have seen or known. He always had a open door for anyone in the family, literally I think all of the family has lived with him and Aunt Barbara at some time or another. I have so many special memories, like the time he took Aunt Barbara and a group of us out. I remember there was live music and I had my first real dance with him I was about 13, and the dip at the end of the dance! He was a fabulous cook as well, I will never forget his creation "Shell Roni Soup". RIP Uncle Frank XOXO

Lisa Stankiewicz

décembre 10, 2020

One of my favorite memories of Uncle Frank was going duck hunting. Leslie and I would always giggle when he did his duck calls.

As much as we didn't like the actual "hunting," we couldn't wait to get home, where Uncle Frank would prepare a feast for us!

Uncle Frank had a kind heart. He was always there for us when we needed anything. We will miss you, Uncle Frank. Our thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Barbara during this time.

Love,

The Stankiewicz Family

gerald and sandy johnson

décembre 10, 2020

we have known frank for over 50 years. he was a lot of fun and a dear friend he will be missed. we did a lot of camping and donating up at black hawk. our prayers are with the family.

Russ Rensink

décembre 8, 2020

Frank will be missed by me and my family. He and Barb have been our neighbors for 36 years. Over that time Frank and I would have many conversations while working on something outside or just seeing each other. We've shoveled lots of snow over the years. Many times we would get to talking and our wives would come to see where we were or why it was taking so long to get something done. Both of them would just shake their heads and go back inside the house. I have always enjoyed talking to him about whatever, work, cars (always seemed to be a new one), hunting/fishing, retirement, going up the hill, vacations and the like. I will miss having him around for those chats that I enjoyed so much. Love ya buddy, friend and great neighbor.

Russ Rensink

décembre 8, 2020

Frank will be missed by me and my family. He and Barb have been our neighbors for 36 years. Over that time Frank and I would have many conversations while working on something outside or just seeing each other. We've shoveled lots of snow over the years. Many times we would get to talking and our wives would come to see where we were or why it was taking so long to get something done. Both of them would just shake their heads and go back inside the house. I have always enjoyed talking to him about whatever, work, cars (always seemed to be a new one), hunting/fishing, retirement, going up the hill, vacations and the like. I will miss having him around for those chats that I enjoyed so much. Love ya buddy, friend and great neighbor.

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