Frank F. Bianco Jr.

December 30, 1942September 17, 2020

Frank F. Bianco Jr., 77, of Tamarac, FL, formerly of Long Island, NY, passed away on September 17, 2020. He was born in Queens, NY to Frank and Olga Bianco. Frank dedicated his life to protecting and serving others. He spent 35+ years with both the NYC Transit Police and the Broward County Sheriff’s departments. When he wasn’t working, Frank was an avid motorcyclist, and enjoyed going on road trips with his friends. He also had a soft spot in his tough exterior when it came to animals.

Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Frank Sr. and Olga Bianco. He is survived by his partner, Georgette Cronin; his daughter, Maria Jackson (husband, Eric Jackson, Sr, and his two grandchildren, Eric Jackson Jr., and Jared Jackson) and his daughter, Barbara Bianco (partner, John DeLagarde); his former wife, Mary Bianco; and many extended family and friends.

Viewing will be on Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 4pm to 8:30pm with a Celebration of Life Service at 7pm, all at Kraeer Funeral Home, 1655 N University Dr, Coral Springs, FL 33071.

There will be a spreading of his ashes in the Great South Bay of Long Island Celebration in the Spring of 2021.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests sending memorial contributions to NYCRTPOA or a charity of your choice.




  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, September 24, 2020

  • Prayer Service & Rendering of Honors

    Thursday, September 24, 2020


Frank F. Bianco Jr.

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Madeline Pelio

September 28, 2020

My sincerest condolences to Maria, Barbara and the Bianco family. Whenever we got together Frankie was always good for a laugh. He will surely be missed by all.


September 24, 2020

I was always proud that you were my godfather. I loved when you came to visit, and I would always ask you to tell me copy stories. I'll always remember your love of motorcycles, even sending me a shirt from bike week. I love that you always remembered me for my birthday and for Christmas, no matter the distance. And I will always have the memories of visiting you in Ft. Lauderdale whenever I was down visiting Florida. Many photos are packed away, but I've always kept this one out. I love you, and may you rest in peace. Until we meet again. <3

Marie Ferro

September 23, 2020

Frankie, Love you so much and may you rest in eternal peace. The fun and laughs we shared were immeasurable. My heart is broken. πŸ’” You were an extension of the Ferro clan. Like you said: "My Dad, Uncle Gil, called you his 12th child", and all 11 of us Ferro children loved you as another sibling! You are with your parents and Aunt Neva and Uncle Gil now along with other loved ones who passed and I am sure you guys are having a blast! You are all reunited and free of pain! God Bless you my beautiful cousin! I will always think of you and all the fond memories. My love for you will live in my heart forever! πŸ˜₯πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜₯πŸ˜ͺπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Frank Cuccia

September 22, 2020

As a patrol Officer I worked with Frank out of Dist 33. He was one of the nicest people you would want to work with. If their was a problem that had to be handled, you could count on him and you felt comfortable with Frank by your side. You knew he was there with you !

My prayers go out to Franks Family. He will be missed.

Anthony Lomanto

September 21, 2020

Frank was a Lifetime Member of the NYC Retired Transit Police Officers Association for many years and a member of the Transit Family.
From the Executive Board and members, we extend our deepest condolences and sympathies to the Bianco family.
Frank loved being a NYC Transit Police Officer, and we will miss him. May he Rest in Peace amongst his fellow officers who have passed on before.
Transit forever!

Jimmy Delury

September 21, 2020

I often think about the friends I made being a member of the NYC Transit Police . Frank all ways stood out . During out stake out assignments Frank would always say" what are we working today 8 to 4, 12 to 8, 6 to 2 or. 7 to 11", he made a joke about it because we rarely new in advance what we would be working the next day, or where, until we called for our next assignment. We worked together in several different assignments over many years. Frank was a outstanding cop and a great Detective. May he get the rest he deserves.


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