OBITUARY

Frank J. Notaro

October 30, 1948August 1, 2018
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Frank J Notaro, born in Brooklyn, New York, on October 30, 1948, passed away at age 69 on August 1, 2018 in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Frank served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was a printer by trade until 1990 when he moved to South Florida and began working for Broward County where he retired as a Business Operations Supervisor in 2016. Frank is survived by his wife Grace Notaro, their daughters, Annessa Notaro and Alicia Raiano; grandchildren, Matthew Tompkins, Victoria Raiano, and Hannah Tompkins; brother, Anthony Notaro and nephew, Glen Notaro. Friends and family are welcome to attend the memorial service on Saturday, August 11 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Aycock Funeral Homes and Crematory is handling arrangements, 1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, (772) 878-0049.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, August 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service for Frank J. Notaro Saturday, August 11, 2018
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Michael Taddonio

August 13, 2018

I worked with Frank Notaro for a number of years in the RTT department of Broward County, Florida. He was an
honest and straightforward person. He was very concerned as to how the job was done. He made sure that the smallest detail was attended to. He was affable and gracious. He was an asset to the department. In assessing an individual, we
need to look at the total picture of the person. My thoughts, feelings, and prayers go out to the family. In a time like
this, we need to seek comfort in the Lord. It is a comfort to know that a person such as Frank existed.

Gloria Gavin

August 12, 2018

As I said my goodbye to my uncle frank yesterday and i listened to all all the wonderful things everyone had shared i just couldnt bring myself to stand up there and speak..i have a lot of great memories but the one i want to share quickly was back in 2001 right after 9/11 my soon to be husband and myself had gone to see uncle frank and aunt gracie...the purpose of this trip was to honor my uncle and ask him to dance with me at my wedding..he said yes and was so thrilled...durning this visit my uncle made sure to have the "father soon to be son in law" conversation...ill never forget how uncle frank made it very clear to him that if he was to hurt me in any way he would have to deal with him...but also made it very clear to my now husband that he was being accepted into this family...i will forever honor and cherish my wedding day....and all the love and support from my uncle frank and my aunt gracie!

Iris Diaz

August 11, 2018

Gracie is my favorite cousin. She is like my soul sister. I lived in Puerto Rico when she married Frank. So I was not able to attend the blessed event. But I was very fortunate to have both visit me at their first wedding anniversary celebration. They stayed in my home for more than a week. That’s when I got to meet Frank for the first time and he became my favorite cousin-in-law. I was also married and together as couples we had a wonderful time. I’ll never forget those days and neither will she. As always Chechi, Love you dearly and I will miss Frank very much. Will be praying for your continued strength .
Tu prima, Iris Graciela

Tom Kennedy

August 10, 2018

Grace, Annessa, Alicia and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Frank was so great to work with for so much of my time here at Broward County. He always carried himself with grace, dignity and humor. I always enjoyed when taking county sponsored class, if Frank was in the class. He always had great observations, on any subject, that left you with a smile, but also thinking “I never thought of it that that way, but Frank is right.” His love for his family was always obvious and my thoughts and prayers go out to you.

STEPHANIE PATTEN

August 10, 2018

We worked together for so many years in Broward County Records. I rarely saw Frank when he was not smiling. He was a good listener. He told corny jokes. He was patient with me even when we butted heads about how something should be done. He was always kind and thoughtful. So many attributes, so many every-day memories. I am heartbroken for his beloved Grace, his daughters and all of his family and friends to whom he meant so much.

Ann & John Richards

August 9, 2018

So sorry to hear of Frank's passing. Many memories of our time together working in County Records. I remember most Frank's sunny disposition and great smile! His smile and chuckle were infectious and could light up a room. God bless!

Connie Gay

August 7, 2018

I agree with Tobi, he had the best jokes. He had the dry humor like my father and I don't think everyone always understood them but he still made you laugh. I will miss getting his advice or just having a chat with him. It was just too easy to sit and talk in his office - longer than we probably should have as I always had to run out of the office to make sure that I punched out in time! He loved talking about his family the most. I know, Grace, that he loved you so much. You are his soul mate for sure! I wish everyone could have the type of love affair the two of you shared He adored and loved his children immensely. They were very lucky to have had him as their father. It hasn't quite sunken in yet of his loss but I know he is at peace-and most likely telling everyone in heaven his sometime off beat jokes and stories. I am hoping that he will cross paths with my mother as I know she would get a kick out of him. As I stated on your FB page, you know that the RTT Family is here for you! Love to you and your entire family. Connie and Jimmy

Robin Kintz

August 7, 2018

Frank, or as I like to call him, turtle, was one of my mom's dearest friends from work and the main reason I begged her to take me downtown on "take your child to work day" growing up. He had this ability to make you laugh even in the hardest of times. Him and Grace gave my family so much love and support when my mom went through her battle with breast cancer, I will always be grateful for them <3 My thoughts and prayers go out to Grace and the family. I am so blessed to have known him and know that he and my mom will have a lot to talk about in heaven...I just hope they don't cause too much trouble.

Susan Seferian

August 7, 2018

I was a co-worker of Frank. Frank had a contagious smile and an infectious personality. Whenever Frank walked into our office, he made everyone feel better. Frank will be missed by all. My love goes out to Grace and her family.

Susan Seferian

August 7, 2018

I was a co-worker of Frank. Frank had a contagious smile and an infectious personality. Whenever Frank walked into our office, he made everyone feel better. Frank will be missed by all. My love goes out to Grace and her family.

Susan Seferian

Biography

Frank J Notaro, born in Brooklyn, New York, on October 30, 1948, passed away at age 69 on August 1, 2018 in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Frank served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was a printer by trade until 1990 when he moved to South Florida and began working for Broward County where he retired as a Business Operations Supervisor in 2016. Frank is survived by his wife Grace Notaro, their daughters, Annessa Notaro and Alicia Raiano; grandchildren, Matthew Tompkins, Victoria Raiano, and Hannah Tompkins; brother, Anthony Notaro and nephew, Glen Notaro. Friends and family are welcome to attend the memorial service on Saturday, August 11 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Aycock Funeral Homes and Crematory is handling arrangements, 1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, (772) 878-0049.