July 18, 1935 ~ September 4, 2022

Born in: Owosso, MI
Resided in: Greece, NY

Frank Masters


Sunday, September 4, 2022, at age 87.  Predeceased by his parents, Frank Sr. and Pauline Masters; wife of 53 years, Sara Masters; sister, Joyce Berry.  He is survived by his loving children, MaryAnn (John) Ellie, Michael (Maria) Masters, Paula (Paul) Rotoli and Mark (Julie) Masters; grandchildren, AnnMarie (Dave) Meoli, Christine Ellie, John Jr. (Katrina) Ellie, Michelle Masters, Anthony (Cheri Cicero) Masters, Marisa (Jeremy) D’Amico, Alyssa (Joseph) Thomas, Nicole (Zachary) Lynch, Samuel Masters; 6 great-grandchildren; special friend, Sadie Pastore.


Frank’s services will be held privately.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Rochester Regional Health c/o Hildebrandt Hospice in his memory.  For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Frank Masters 's name.

Hildebrandt Hospice c/o Rochester Regional Health Foundations

330 Monroe Avenue Suite 400
Rochester, NY 14607,

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  1. We, Kay Headley /Herb Speares enjoyed Frank’s company whether it was playing cards or eating out at the restaurants, sitting out in the parking lot at Georgetown, and conversing with him. We will miss him. May his soul Rest In Peace.

    • Dear Kay and Herb, thank you so much for your condolences. It’s so comforting knowing he had such nice friends like you!!

      Sincerely, Paula (Masters) Rotoli

  2. hey Frankie,
    I’m going to miss seeing you ! I’ll never forget you. You were always a special “baby brother” to me during our years in high school. I’ll miss seeing you around greece, now I know why I haven’t seen you in a while. You”ll always have a special place in my heart. Now you’ll be at home with your wife. God bless you. To all his family,, my prayers go with you, he was a great guy and a gentleman. Your mother was my sorority sister,,I miss them both.

    Pat Palermo Formicola

  3. To Frank’s family and Sadie, I only knew Frank a few years, from playing cards with him at Georgetown.He was always smiling, a great guy! He will be missed RIP Frank – – 32

    • Thank you Val& Joe❤️ I have fond memories of our family get togethers!

      Appreciate the condolences.

      Paula (Masters) Rotoli

  4. Frank you were a class act, raised a beautiful family, I hope you and Sally are playing cards with Grace and Howie. Fly high and enjoy your new journey💞

    • Beautiful Marlene! They’re all together now and that’s comforting… they loved Howie and Grace💞💞

      Paula (Masters) Rotoli

  5. Dear MaryAnn, Paula, Mike and Mark,

    I have such fond memories of you and your parents from the many fun times we spent at your home during our high school years, such as listening to Pink Floyd by the pool and Mike drumming in the basement. Sending my deepest sympathies and hugs to you at this sorrowful time. May the Lord bring you comfort and peace.

    Marie Bruno

    • Maria absolutely love your memories. It brings a smile to my face remembering our childhood. Thank you for the meaningful condolences💜

      Much Love,
      Paula (Masters) Rotoli

  6. Oh Paula And your whole family. I am so sorry for your loss and wish you much peace in your hearts as you remember all the good things about him. May his presence always be around you and may you be blessed with all the qualities in your life that you miss about him. Love all of you. Alex and Dianne Berardicurti.

  7. Wonderful friend and neighbor. Will be greatly missed. Prayers to family and special friend Sadie Pastore.

  8. Dear Mary Ann, Michael, Paula, and Mark–I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. He was married to my first cousin, Sara. My parents always enjoyed seeing them and Frank’s parents in Las Vegas. I sometimes saw him with Sadie at St. Lawrence Church on Sundays. He was so handsome and had a great smile. God bless you and your families.

    Your Cousin, Joanna Nicosia Newton

  9. John J Secash. I met Frank when we were both ushers for local B90. We worked together at the BCA and the ballpark. Frank was an outstanding person to know and work with. I really enjoyed his company and wisdom. Rest In Peace Frank

    • John, thank you so much! He loved Ushering. It is so nice to hear your thoughts of my Dad💜
      Paula (Masters) Rotoli

  10. My condolences to the Masters’ family on Frank’s passing. I was fortunate to have met and known Frank and Mark through the Local B-90 ushers. I enjoyed Frank’s friendship, his stories of growing up and the telephone company, and his gentle demeanor. He was/ is a gentleman. He and his family will be kept in prayer.

  11. Our Condolences to Frank’s Family.
    He joined our circle of special friends when he met Sadie Pastore, our
    lifelong friend. We enjoyed many dinners together at Carrabba’s. His sense of humor, friendly smile and kind, gentle manner will be missed.
    Ron & Mary Alt

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