Frank

July 2, 1952 ~ October 5, 2021

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Sodus, NY

Frank A. Dargento
Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at age 69 went home to be with his father, Nicholas Dargento.  He is survived by his mother, Florence Dargento; siblings, Paul Dargento, Carolyn (Jay) Jeffries, Mark (Tracy) Dargento, Ellen (Dave Brown) Seefelt and Amy Dargento; many loving nieces and nephews; Mark (Katie) Jeffries, Nick (Samantha) Jeffries, Katie (fiance, Tyler Graziano) Jeffries, Eva Condemi; family and friends.
Frank graduated from Brighton High School and went on to work at Taylor Instrument and Mr. Rooter.  His greatest love was fishing and boating on Lake Ontario.  He also enjoyed motorcycling, hunting and cooking.  He was a talented carpenter and could build just about anything.  He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. Frank was truly one of a kind and will be missed here on Earth. He is probably partying with Randy right now.

  2. Frank and I rode together back in the day. He was a good friend that I was proud to call brother. May he rest in peace.

  3. Rest in peace Frank. So many memories as youths. From out days at Our Lady of Lourdes, rockets, building motorcycles (yeah that crazy Tyrc with with the monster front end), hang with Nick and Flo who we’re like my second set of parents. So glad I got to talk with you last week. Rest in peace my friend and see you around the next bend.

  4. Our deepest sympathies to all the family and especially to you Florence for your loss. God Bless. Virginia (Ginger) and Bernie McCullen

  5. To the guy who taught me so much about fishing and fixing motorcycles and being one of my best friends at Taylors. Thanks for keeping in touch all these years. I’ll miss you bro.

  6. To the guy who taught me so much about fishing and fixing motorcycles and being one of my best friends from Taylors. Thanks for keeping in touch all these years. I’ll miss you bro.

  7. To the guy who taught me so much about fishing and fixing motorcycles and being one of my best friends from Taylors. Thanks for keeping in touch all these years. I’ll miss you bro!

  8. Frankie Lane, my old Horseman bro. Turned me onto a late night anchovy pizza. Hooked ever since. Rest easy Frank.

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