OBITUARY

Frank J. Mazzeo

March 17, 1955January 19, 2019
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Frank Joseph Mazzeo of New City died Saturday, January 19, 2019, at his home after a long illness. Frank was born in Brooklyn, NY, on March 17, 1955. A babyboomer growing up in Valley Stream, NY, (where he was known as Butchie) he was an altar boy at Holy Name of Mary Church, VFW little leaguer and Long Island Press delivery boy. Butchie had a sly sense of humor honed on 1960s TV: Three Stooges, Abbott & Costello, Popeye and Million Dollar Movie. An avid sports fan, he grew up on Wild World of Sports and NY Mets games. In later years he enjoyed Texas Holdem as much as he loved flipping baseball cards as a kid. Early employment as a painting contractor led to a career as a property manager for American Continental Properties LLC. He is survived by his wife Nicole, mother Marie and stepfather Joseph Carotenuto, sister Francine DAlessandro, brother Anthony, son Vincent (Olga), daughter Melissa Montello (Richard), and son Michael. Also, grandchildren Hailey, Joseph, Giuliana and Vincent, stepchildren Anh and Man Trinh, and a large, loving extended family. Frank was a goodhearted man and will be missed by all who love him.

Services

  • Visiting Wednesday, January 23, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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Frank J. Mazzeo

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Amanda Walsh

January 23, 2019

Dear Nicole, Anh, and Man,
It was always so apparent how happy Frank made your family and how very much he loved you all. Nicole was a totally different person after Frank came into the picture than before. Usually opposites attract, but with Nicole and Frank it was similarities attract. Nicole and Frank both were the kindest and most generous people! When Frank visited Nicole at work, he’d say he was going on a coffee run, take everyone’s order and not take a single dime from any of us. I would enjoy talking baseball with Frank and who would do better, the Mets or Yankees. Looking back, I’m glad it was the Mets, because it made Frank happy. As happy as he made my friend Nicole and as happy as he made others around him. Frank will always be in my memories. And I thank him for making my you so happy. Love to you all.
Love, Amanda Walsh

Debra Jachts

January 23, 2019

Celeste and Michael,

With deepest sympathy on the passing of Frank. The impact that he left upon Ramsey shall remain strong and significant, especially to those he coached.


May you be able to hold on to the good memories of Frank.

May his memory be a blessing.


Debra

Judith Rodriguez

January 23, 2019

Dearest Michael and Celeste -
We are so sorry for your loss. Let memories of Frank and the happiness you shared in Ramsey provide you with comfort at this difficult time. Countless gatherings with family, friends and the community will be remembered with great fondness by so many. Whether a birthday, barbecue, ballgame, baptism or wedding, Frank's gentle ways and caring manner always shone through. He will be in our hearts and memories forever. With love and deepest sympathy,
Judy and Jerry

Rosemary and Nick Cunetta

January 22, 2019

Michael and Celeste, we’re so incredibly sorry for this loss. Ramsey will always remember him as a loving father, husband and coach to so many, for so many years, to so many boys! Cub Scouts, baseball, soccer and so much more- May these memories give you comfort and help you find peace in the years to come. Your friends always, the Cunetta family

Frank Maze

January 22, 2019

Celeste and Michael we are sending you both our heartfelt sympathy at the loss of Michael's father. We will always remember our times with your whole family at the St. Paul community. We are holding you both in our hearts and remembering you in our prayers.
In Remembrance of a gentle soul always willing to help a friend!
The Wiz Family

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