OBITUARY

Frank M Lozito

August 18, 1922January 8, 2019

Frank M Lozito was born on August 18, 1922 and passed away on January 8, 2019

Services

  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Entombment Tuesday, January 15, 2019
REMEMBERING

Frank M Lozito

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ConnieJo McMurtry

January 12, 2019

I have the greatest memories of my Great Uncle Frank (my poppy’s Brother). Loved going to Uncle Franks Deli with my dad. I was very close to my cousin Lana and when we were old enough,we drove back and forth from Lynbrook to East Meadow every chance we got. Stayed over Uncle Frank and Aunt Marys a lot. Always had them in stitches. He’s home with the Lord now. He’s definitely playing his guitar for Jesus. God Bless Him. He will be missed

Ann Sicikiano

January 12, 2019

The childhood memories I have of Frank the deli and corky have been with me my whole life. I shared many stories with my own boys about those beautiful times. I will never forget you. Thanks for the memories Frank💙. God bless 🙏

Linda DeWitt

January 11, 2019

I remember when Chris was just a baby and Joe and I lived downstairs. Frank would come downstairs after work and wake her up at 10 so he could say good night with a kiss. I would be so frustrated, but it makes me smile now, because I know how much he loved the grandchildren. I know he will continue to watch over them from above.

Christina Miller

January 10, 2019

My fondest memories are my early years and when you owned the deli. Things that make me smile are my cherished memories of you taking me to the ice cream freezer in the deli and telling me I can have whatever I wanted! Or running across the street with a fresh thick slice of Boars Head bologna! Your sliced banana trick was another that still makes me smile even to this day. Sitting with you and Grandma upstairs on Calvin St watching TV with the first remote control I’ve seen. I was so excited that no one had to get up to change the channel. Your whistle when you saw me, I can still hear it. Your big smile and cheerfulness as you were always happy to see me. Remembering hearing about all the cruises that the two of you did and now I am experiencing the same joy on the seas. And of course the 50+ missions during your service to our country! Thank you for my freedom! God Bless You, Rest In Peace Grandpa, I Love You!! Christina

FROM THE FAMILY