James P. Frago
September 9, 1935 - February 12, 2014
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James Frago, 78 of Ocean Township, passed away surrounded by family and friends at the Jersey Shore Rehabilitation Center, Eatontown. He was born in Long Branch he was a lifelong Monmouth County resident. He served his country honorably serving in the US Navy during the Korean Conflict. Mr. Frago was a Foreman at Ft. Monmouth …
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Charles and June Griffitts left a message on February 17, 2015:
To the Frago family. June and I would like to express our sympathies to Beverly and the family of our long time friend Jim Frago. I first meet Jim some 55 years ago in Long Branch. Shortly after meeting Jim I helped him paint a house in Red Bank. June knew Jim before I meet him. June having lived in Long Branch knew many families and friends and had meet Jim long before we were married in 1956. Throughout our years we would meet here or there and our friendship continued throughout the years. I will miss my friend and remember him fondly.
Debbie~Herbie~Heather~Haley left a message on February 14, 2015:
Life is so very hard when one is in pain; you are not in pain anymore Jimmy, you are free to relax and now watch over and protect those you loved and those who loved you. To have loved ones at your side at the moment you close your eyes is the most beautiful gift anyone can ever give. You were surrounded by your loved ones. Your beautiful bride held your hand as you let go. Life is full of wavy curves, straight lines, and learning. You had a very full life and so many experiences to share. Your stories of your experiences were so fun to hear. You were a very straight forward man and were not afraid to be honest about your thoughts and opinions. Strong willed people have that trait. You had a laugh that was catchy, when you laughed, it made whomever was around you, start cracking up. The love you had for Beverly, was true and forever. You will be missed by so many people, and the memories of that laughter and your smile is a gift many thank you for. Sleep sweet Jimmy. Our condolences to Beverly, Bobby, James, Dina, and the wonderful people that have cherished your friendship for many years. May you all comfort each other and think of his smile and laughter. It is a blessing to choose to smile in life and fulfill each day with the warmth of the ones you love. Huge hugs to everyone.
Doug and Jane Eadie left a message on February 14, 2015:
Dear Beverly and Family, We were so sorry to hear of Jimmy's death. What a character he was! Although we did not know him well, we certainly enjoyed the time we spent with him. You must have so many memories of your years with him. Hopefully, they will bring you comfort and peace. Please know that we are thinking of you and your wonderful family. God bless you all. Love, Doug and Jane
Doug and Jane Eadie left a message on February 5, 2015:
Dear Beverly and Family, We are thinking of all of you on the anniversary of Jimmy's passing. This past year must have been a difficult one for all of you. We are sure that Jimmy's death left a big hole in your lives. He was such a presence! You must have lots of wonderful memories of him and we hope that those bring you comfort. Know that you are still in our thoughts and prayers. Doug and Jane Eadie
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
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