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Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home Inc.

659 Street Road, Southampton, PA

OBITUARY

Frank Cimarusti

March 23, 1928June 5, 2020

Frank Cimarusti was born on March 23, 1928 and passed away on June 5, 2020 and is under the care of Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home Inc..

Frank Cimarusti (92) died at home on June 5, 2020 in the company of his daughter Christine and “son” Michael Conway.

He is predeceased by his wife of 67 years, Georgette, his son Philip, parents Domenica and Christopher, and brothers Michael (Josephine) and Philip.

Frank is survived by his granddaughters Jeanne and Kristen (E.J.); great-grandchildren Ryan, Drew, Tristan and Maddox. He also leaves behind much loved nephew and niece Christopher (Yvette) and Linda (Art); great-nieces and nephews, Darcie (Dave), Michael (Christina) Josh, Jenna, and Christopher; great-great nieces and nephew Sabina, Fiona, Isabella, Dante, and beloved sister-in-law, Jean.

He loved us all, and he will live forever in our hearts.

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Kristen Cimarusti

June 21, 2020

Its taken me a bit to leave something here. It just doesn't seem real to me. I have typed and deleted what feels like a million different things here.
The truth is I just miss him so much. I'm going to miss hearing his voice...
In my mind I like to picture grandma, grandpa, daddy, aunt jean and aunt Mary sitting around a table playing cards, or eating aunt jeans delicious cooking. Just like when I was a kid and we'd get together for the holidays.....
I love you so much grandpa.
I'm going to miss you so much it hurts.

Linda Cimarusti

June 10, 2020

I can still hear Uncle Frank banging on the bathroom door and yelling at us to get out of the bathroom so he could get ready for work. Christine and I would lock ourselves ( and a record player ) in for hours as we talked and got ourselves dressed for our evenings out. When we would finally emerge, he would look at us with affection while still complaining about the mess we had made with our make up and powder. I can still hear him calling me “ peanuts”... I will miss you, Uncle Frank.


Jeanne Michael

June 10, 2020

Jeanne Michael

June 10, 2020

I took this picture of my Grandpa...I'm 100% certain that he did something a bit mischievous just prior to me snapping the Polaroid. Probably a fiery comment that was sure to raise the volume of everyone else in the room in their response.

Gramps always had a smile for me. I'd like to think that Grandma was waiting for him to arrive on July 5th, and that Uncle Phil was singing some beautiful Motown right behind her...


Diane Ryan

June 10, 2020

Chris and Mike,
With thoughts, love and prayers to you and your family and memories of a beautiful life.
May Frank rest in peace and visit the big "Parx" in the sky with your Mom and Phil.
With Love,
Diane , Terry and family

Darcie Cimarusti

June 10, 2020

Uncle Frank had the most expressive eyes, and he used them to his full advantage. With a single look, he could let you know exactly how deep his love for you was. When I picture him in my mind's eye, that's the look he's giving me - that look of unconditional love. I will miss that look - and him - dearly.

Kate Barrett

June 10, 2020

My condolences to you Chris and Mike. You did a good job caring for your dad. Frank was lucky to have the both of you. Be proud of a loving job well done.

Christine Conway

June 9, 2020

Christine Conway

June 9, 2020

Christine Conway

June 9, 2020

FROM THE FAMILY