Frank Santollo Obituary, Death – On the 17th day of January 2023, it was discovered that Frank Anthony Santollo, a resident of Bayonne, New Jersey, had passed away quietly at his house at the age of 62 years old. Frank, who was born in Jersey City, worked as a Maintenance Specialist at Liberty State Park for a significant chunk of his professional life. He also worked there. Frank has never lived anywhere else but in Jersey City in his entire life. In addition to being a beloved brother to Judy and her son Frank Joseph Santollo II, he was also a doting father to Judy Latko and her late husband Walter.
Judy and Frank Joseph Santollo II consider him to be one of their closest family members. Frank Joseph Santollo II is Judy’s son’s name, and it is also Judy’s name. Frank Santollo was predeceased by his parents, Frank and Elizabeth (nee: Pizza), Santollo, as well as his sister, Elizabeth Colonna. Frank continued in the same direction as them. His estranged wife Annalisa Natilla, his sister-in-law Richard Plumer, his niece Tara Gumbman and her husband Bill & Nicole Plumer, his nephew Cliff Latko and his wife Lani & Salvatore Colonna, and his two great-nieces Alyssa and Alyssa Colonna are among those who are left behind to remember him. His brother-in-law, Richard Plumer, passed away before him.
He was the one who died first. There will be a visitation held in Bayonne at the Migliaccio Funeral Home & Cremation Services on the evening of Tuesday, January 24. The funeral home and cremation services can be found at 851 Kennedy Blvd (at 33rd St.). The visitation will take hold in the evening, beginning at four o’clock and continuing until eight o’clock. On Wednesday, January 25, at eleven in the morning, a funeral liturgy will be performed in St. Vincent’s Church in Bayonne.
The service will begin at that time. On the day of the memorial ceremony, at ten in the morning, anybody who is interested in going should meet at the funeral home to prepare for the service. An interment is going to be the next activity that takes place at the Holy Cross Mausoleum in North Arlington, New Jersey. You can get more information about this event here.