Frank Joseph Fascione

January 21, 1952January 8, 2020

Frank Joseph Fascione was born on January 21, 1952 and passed away on January 8, 2020.


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Pete Csanky VE3IKV

January 15, 2020

Frank (Franco, Frankie) will always share a special place in my heart.
We spoke many times on 6 meters from locations near & far and met in person at the 6m SMOGFests, swapping radio tales, always with his infectious enthusiasm & great sense of humor. Frank was only retired for a few short years - it's a lesson to all of us: "carpe diem". My condolences to his entire family. See you down the coax, Frank!

Ron Klimas

January 15, 2020

Just heard the sad news today. I knew Frank for many years and had lots of fun chasing the 6M DX with him. Frank also did a fantastic job putting in a concrete tower base for me. He was both a hard working and fun loving guy. I'll never forget his smile and the infectious laugh he had. RIP, Frank.
73 Ron WZ1V

Ellis Foley

January 13, 2020

Just found this out today, I wondered why I had not heard Frank on 6m, we met years ago when he had his 1st call and was new to 6m. shared hours of enjoyable qso's with Frank. His great personality, and presence on 6m will be missed. I have a W1AW card that Frank procured for me for working the league. mentioned to him one day I've worked the league tons of times and never got a card. He got me one. after checking the log there. it is tacked to my radio bench I see it every day. so he will not be forgotten Thanks old friend and 73 Gud DX!
de Ellis WA1RKS


January 10, 2020

Frank was a great ham, glad we got to share some QSO's and face to face at the SMOG events.

Frank was one of my XYL's 1st QSO on the air

RIP Frankie!

73 de K8ROK es K8ROX

Matt De La Hunt (K0KKO)

January 10, 2020

We are truly going to miss Franco's 50 MHz scatter signal on 50.145! Our thoughts and prayers are with his Family. 73s, Matt

Greg Dahlstrom

January 10, 2020

I will miss my ham radio friend happy we met and our many qsos, many via aurora. So happy met at Smogfest. My prayers for his family, 73 SK, de N8CJK

Tom-M7MCQ McQuiggan

January 10, 2020

Frank was one of my first contacts on HAM RADIO and he was very helpful to me when learning a particular mode of operation. So very sad to find him gone.

RIP Frank,

Tom - M7MCQ - UK

Joe Carcia, NJ1Q

January 10, 2020

My gosh!

I am so sorry to hear of Franco's passing! I've known him for quite some time. He was an awesome guy.

He may have looked like a rough and rugged linebacker! But he was a kind and funny teddy-bear.

I always enjoyed his visits to where I work. He even volunteered back in 2014. Here is a photo of him, albeit his backside! :-)

His love of, and passion for, Amateur Radio was awesome. It's that kind of dedication that makes the effort all worthwhile.

Frank attended E. C. Goodwin Technical HS (in New Britain) many years ago. My son also attended ECG Tech. Oh, the conversations we had about that school!

Dude, I'm going to miss you. Wherever you are, I hope you're having fun, and hamming it up big time!

73 my friend!

Joe, NJ1Q

Lee Hatfield

January 10, 2020

My Sincere Condolences to all who knew Frank.

I knew Frank via the Amateur Radio Hobbby,
he was a very enthusiastic "Ham".

I am glad to have called Frank a friend.

Gone but never to be forgotten.

K1MAA Silent Key

73 K2HAT