Frank Salvadore Salario

September 24, 1939April 7, 2018

Frank Salvadore Salario, a native of Baton Rouge, passed Saturday, April 7, 2018 at the age of 78. Frank was a graduate of Catholic High School, LSU Monroe and Xavier University. He was an Air Force veteran and practiced for over 50 years as a pharmacist and Pharm. D. He was an entrepreneur, owning several pharmacy related business throughout his lifetime including Drugtown pharmacies and Option Care Home Infusion Services. He worked hard to successfully provide for his family, which was everything to him. He and his wife, Martha, built a close family over their 58 years together. He is survived by his wife and his children; Greg, Sabrina, Anthony (Tony), Marta and Stephenie. He was the proud grandfather to Zachary Perkins, Christian Perkins, Emily Bertholl, Caley Edwards,Tony Salario, Vincent Salario, Bri Ann Perkins, Nathan Salario, Blair Salario, Preston Horton, Ethan Debarbies, Austin Horton, Aiden Horton, Gregory Marcase and his great grandchildren; Bella, Asher and Sophia. He is preceded in death by his grandson, Vincent, who was waiting impatiently for him with a big smile. He was also welcomed by his sister, DeeDee, his mother and father, Angeline and Tony, and his dear Aunt Annie. Visitation will be held on Thursday, April 12, 2018 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church beginning at 11am until Mass of Christian Burial beginning at 1pm. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes all those that loved him to please support the St. Jude Hospital for Children. The Family would also like to thank his nurses at Pointe Coupee Hospice, especially, Amanda, who helped make his last days here more comfortable and peaceful. He was our rock, his toughness and big heart is the foundation of our family and it is what will last forever and we, his family and friends, will work to make him proud of us. Condolences are welcome at .


  • Visitation Thursday, April 12, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, April 12, 2018

Frank Salvadore Salario

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Linda Serio

April 12, 2018

Dear Martha and family:
I am missing you today as you honor Frank and a life well lived. My fond memories of visiting you both at the river are always memories of serenity, peace and family. Frank brought us closer to the earth when he proudly shared his woodworking talents. He knew that the "camp" offered a truly spiritual experience, and he always made sure that I was able to catch myself a fish! Frank was a great storyteller, and - whenever I visited - he never failed to recount the funny story of your family trip to Florida with me along as useless teenage babysitter! I think the story got better each time, but over the course of decades, he made sure that every new family member heard his version. I will always remember Frank as a true patriarch who cherished and protected his family. But I also see the laughter in his eyes when he shared a good story with those he loved. May God rest his soul and comfort his simply incredible family. I feel peace in knowing that you are all there for each other.

Kevin and Lynette Foreman

April 11, 2018

Lynette and I are deeply saddened by the loss of Frank. We will miss him and always remember what a great person he was. I will still catch and release because I don't want him looking down at me and shaking that finger. He will always be the King of the canal in our hearts, love Kevin and Lynette

Glynn Gautreau

April 11, 2018

I remember our days @Sacred Heart Elem. School ,in the early 50's,playing football for 'moon' Babin,and red Graphia.
We rode to Gramercy,
in a' STAKE BODY' truck,and those Lutcher 'barefoot boy's not only kicked the ball bare foot,but also kicked our butts!.