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Hardage - Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery

850 St Johns Bluff Road North, Jacksonville, FL

OBITUARY

Frank J. Mirabito

October 17, 1936June 22, 2020
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FRANK JOSEPH MIRABITO b. 17 October 1936

Frank passed away 22 June 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida at the age of 83. He was raised in Paterson, New Jersey and served 4 years in the US Navy. After serving his country he returned to New Jersey and met his wife Gina Deluca and they were married for 53 years. Settling in Fairlawn, New Jersey he worked as a Textile Screen Printer. After retirement, he and Gina relocated to Florida and he selflessly cared for his loving wife during her final years until she passed away in 2013. He is remembered as a loving husband, father and friend to his family and many lifelong friends. He is survived by three children, Diane Delgado, Debbie Klassen and Joe Mirabito, as well as six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He never met a stranger and everyone felt the kindness of his heart. He will be forever loved and missed.

A remembrance service is scheduled for 12:00pm on 11 July at Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home, 850 St. John's Bluff Road N. Jacksonville, Florida.

Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home is proud to serve the family.

Services

11 July

Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home

Service Room

850 St Johns Bluff Road North
Jacksonville, FL 32225

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Frank J. Mirabito

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Claire Pesce

July 1, 2020

To my cousins Diane, Debbie and Joey. We are truly sorry for the loss of your father, my uncle. Frankie. It was a beautiful tribute to him. He is now in heaven with your mom, my aunt Gina. May they rest in eternal peace. Love Your cousins Barbara and Claire.

Mike and Lois Schreur

June 30, 2020

So thankful for the many memories we shared with GPa, we didn't call him Frank, we adopted him as family. Lots of great times laughing and talking, counted on him for the old timers questions at Trivia night many times. He always greeted us with a smile a special hug and a "how ya doin" in that Jersey accent. Thank you Debbie, Karl and Jared for sharing your family we are certainly blessed. Lifting you all in our prayers now and always, such a beautiful photo tribute, much love. Mike and Lois