Francis P. Fabrizio
May 4, 1933 - August 22, 2015
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Wednesday 8/26, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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26 South Holmdel Road
Holmdel, NJ 07733
Wednesday 8/26, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Holmdel Cemetery Mausoleum
Holmdel, NJ 7733
Thursday 8/27, 10:15 am
St. Catharine R.C. Church
108 Middletown Road
Holmdel, NJ 07733
Thursday 8/27, 9:15 am

Francis P. Fabrizio, 82, of South Orange, passed away at Centra State Medical Center on August 22, 2015. Born in South Orange, Mr. Fabrizio lived in Florham Park for many years raising his family until settling in Jackson. He served in the United States Army, where he played on their professional baseball team for many …
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David Nyikes left a message on September 1, 2016:
Dearest Uncle Frank, your were like a second father to me, and we always shared happy times. A brief dinner in Lambertville, a fan install, or dinners on Knapp Ave, they were all special times I will cherish forever. God bless you. Love & miss ya, Dave The Rave
Gary DeCicco left a message on August 31, 2016:
The DeCicco family would like to send their condolences to the Fabrizio Family, Frank was a great man, and he was a friend of my fathers they went to school together. May he rest in peace, Amen
David Pecaro, MD left a message on August 29, 2016:
PART 2 of 2 My Uncle Frank had many attributes: He was not only a very intelligent man, he was also a talented golfer, the ultimate salesman, a wonderful uncle, and was so affable and easy to talk to. If you were fortunate, Frank liked you - and what a friend he was. I will miss him very much, but I will always have the fond memories of our many conversations, as well as the enjoyable times we spent together. Rest in peace, Uncle Frank. - Your nephew David
David Pecaro, MD left a message on August 29, 2016:
PART 1 of 2 My Uncle Frank was very special to me. We developed a close friendship in his later years. At least twice a week, I would speak to Uncle Frank regarding his medical conditions, and he used to make me chuckle when he called me his “personal physician”, as if he were a Head of State! When he was undergoing treatment for his MDS and was experiencing side effects, he jokingly referred to himself as “The Flower”. However, I can assure you that Frank Fabrizio was a very strong man. I admired his resilience, as well as his ability to accept whatever came his way. He managed to keep his spirits up. When he had setbacks, he always moved forward, and never looked back.
Stephen Fabrizio left a message on August 28, 2016:
I will forever love my father Francis Paul Fabrizio. You taught me many things in life, but maybe the thing I learned most was to persevere and value family! Dad, you will be greatly missed! We are very much "pals forever". Your loving son Stephen.
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Valerie Fabrizio left a message on August 28, 2016:
I am only sorry that I did not know Frank for longer, but I will forever enjoy the stories that Francis (Chip) tells me often of growing up; we laugh so hard sometimes we're crying. His three amazing children are his legacy that lives on and testimonial to the kind of man and father he was. Love and peace, Valerie
Donna Bukwich left a message on August 26, 2016:
Even though I lived a few houses away, you were and will always be 'Uncle Frank' to me. I remember how you loved golf, your shoe trees and the love of baseball we both have. While I'll miss you, thinking of you will always bring a smile to my face.
Jacqueline Cline left a message on August 26, 2016:
My uncle was a colorful and unique man who will forever be associated with animated football games and big family get togethers that sometimes had him sneaking away for a few minutes of peace up to his bedroom. I look back at that time fondly like many of my family do realizing that it was one of the happiest times...the simplicity of just being together and enjoying each others company. God Bless you Uncle Frank, I will remember you always
John left a message on August 26, 2016:
So sorry to hear of Frank's passing . I.ve known Frank since the 50's when we used to go to Columbia High ( our alma mater )football games and question the coach's competence . And on Monday nites , he would come to our house for dinner , before he went bowling with his brother , Sam . You were a good guy , Frank , and I always enjoyed your company . May you rest in eternal peace . John Mele
Andrea Vigliotti left a message on August 25, 2016:
My Uncle Frank, I have him to thank for my nickname "AJ". When I was young, he would say, "Hey AJ, AJ Foyt". I was like, who is AJ Foyt? I'll never forget our Thanksgiving Days at the Fabrizio's, my father and Uncle Frank would be downstairs watching football, and the colorful language and constant yelling at the TV, was a sure sign their team was not doing well and we should stay upstairs! He had a great sense of humor, he will join my Dad in Heaven and hopefully the two of them will not bust too many chops up there! RIP
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