Frank Raymond Alcock Jr.

March 17, 1947February 6, 2019

Frank Raymond Alcock Jr was born on March 17, 1947 in Brooklyn, NY the son of Francis Raymond Alcock and Rose DeRochemont. He passed away peacefully in his home on February 6, 2019 at the age of 71.

Mr. Alcock was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the U.S. Army from 1966 to 1968. After his military service Mr. Alcock spent the next eight years living in Queens, NY and working in retail sales and construction. He moved his family to Warwick, NY in 1975 and after a brief stint as an auctioneer he joined the New York State Department of Corrections in 1978. Mr. Alcock retired from the Department of Corrections as a Captain in 2001 and moved to Ft. Myers, Florida the following year. He spent the happiest moments of his retirement years playing slots at the Seminole casinos with his wife and fishing in the Gulf with his friends, sons and grandchildren.

He was the last surviving child of Francis and Rose and will now join siblings Beverly, Priscilla, Edith and Edward in a better place.

Mr. Alcock is survived by Linda, his beloved wife of 50 years, his sons Frank III (and wife Sharon) and Thomas (and wife Suzanne), and his four grandchildren: Katelin, Abigail, Joshua and Seth. He will be forever remembered and celebrated as a wonderful husband, father, grandpa, uncle, friend, neighbor, soldier, worker, manager, treasure hunter and fisherman.

A Memorial Service for Mr. Alcock will be held at Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park, 12777 State Rd 82, Fort Myers, FL 33913 on Sunday, March 10, 2019 beginning at 12:00pm. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made in his name to Hope Hospice or the American Cancer Society.

Arrangements are under the direction of Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park. For information, please call (239)334-4880.


10 March

Memorial Service & Celebration of Life

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park

12777 State Road 82
Fort Myers, FL 33913


Frank Raymond Alcock Jr.

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