Frank        R.
Greece: Saturday, November 5, 2011. Predeceased by is loving wife, Rose Marie Lucisano; sister, Mary Heim. Survived by his loving daughters, Carol (Bruce) Ricigliano, Marie Rose (Vincent) Cimino and Joyce (Nicholas) Riola; grandchildren, Jamie (Kim) Ricigliano, Jason (Michelle) Ricigliano and Hilary Ricigliano, Gina (Peter) Tagliavento and Marisa Cimino; Joanna (Richard) Samuel, Mallary, Kelsey and Ellen Jardine, Alex Riola; great-grandsons, Jameson, Jr. and Brayden Ricigliano; great-granddaughter, Layla Rose Samuel; expecting twin great-granddaughters; sister, Josephine Lake; brother, Carl (Mary) Lucisano; brother-in-law, Samuel Gallina; several nieces, nephews and cousins; many dear friends. Frank was a proud Army Veteran of the Korean War. He was the owner of Lucisano Tax Service where he was an accountant for over 25 years. Frank was a devoted father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. Friends may call Tuesday, (Nov 8th) 4-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Greece Chapel. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday 10:00 AM at St. Lawrence Church. Private Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association or the American Lung Association in his memory. For more information or to sign Frank's online guestbook please visit

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  1. Carol. Marie, Joyce and families,
    I wanted to say how sorry I was to hear of your dad’s passing. He and your mom were always so good to us and such wonderful neighbors. He was such a nice and caring man. Please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I will not be able to come to the calling hours or service but, I wanted to let you all know how sorry I am.
    Marcia Kohler

  2. Dear Carol and family,

    Our deepest sympathies for your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of bereavement.

    Cristina Hansen

  3. Dear Dad,
    No words can express the emptiness I feel right now. I knew the dreaded day would come that I would no longer have you as my neighbor. I can only say the years you lived across the street from me were the best years of my life. Not only was I security for you, but you for me. We developed a special bond that I will always keep in my heart. You were my shoulder to cry on. You always supported me whether I was right or wrong. Thank you for loving me unconditionally. I will always always miss and love you. Your daughter, Marie

  4. Frank was a fine man. He did our taxes for many years and was a fellow Hiltonite. We are very sorry to learn of his passing. We know how important all of you were to him. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Blessings,
    Jim and Shiela Swanger

  5. Grandpa, I tried to whisper by your bedside but it was too difficult to get all of the words out. I didn’t want to sound unhopeful or morbid but I wanted to tell you how much you mean to me and how every positive move I’ve made, I’ve done to make you proud. Honestly, nothing was more important to me. I loved when my mother told me that you were proud of me and I hoped I lived up to everything you wanted me to be. I have tremendous respect for you and everything you stood for. I want to come and pick you up and take you to dinner in my car so I can listen to you tell me how much you like my car and what a good driver I am. I want you to ask me about work and give me advice on my 401k and my benefits. I want to walk into your door and hear ‘Oh, hi Mal!’ in your excited tone of voice. It hurts that you’re not around. I don’t know what I believe, but I hope in some way you are with Grandma again because I know you are only truly happy with her by your side. I love you and I will miss you each day. I will not be able to watch dancing with the stars or law and order without thinking of you. You are on my mind and you will always be in my heart.

  6. Grandpa,
    Your presences in my life over the years has been a tremendous gift to the person that I am today. I grew up having a wonderful life that mom and dad provided for me. In addition I had you as a father figure in my life that gave me guidance, support and unconditional love. You helped me with my career, my family, and my confidence to grow up and be a family man just like you. You met and loved my wife Kim like your own, and you had the opportunity to experience and love my two little boys Jameson and Brayden who love you very much. Still today they ask about you and know that you are safe in heaven. I think about you everyday and miss you. I love you and miss you and I appreciate how much you gave me. Words don’t really express what my heart feels for you. I love you and know that still I can count on you when I need you.

  7. I just came back from vacation.and found that …frank lucisano passed away;;A dear friend going way back when our parents were alive.We always got together every year…for picnics…CARL&MARY, & FRANKS FAMILY, sorry to hear of the passing of your brother & DAd. Frank & Rosie WERE AN IDEAL couple .Always with a smile greeting you.Now they are both in heaven & happy .SORRY….A DEAR FRIEND GOING FROM WAY BADK…LOVE, MRS. JOSIE OLSHEFSKI

  8. Joyce and Family,
    We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Tom, Karen, Carly Rae and Shelley Eisenhauer

  9. To my loving father who gave selflessly:
    I will miss our talks every morning and your infinite wisdom on just about every topic. I will miss your strong morals and how you taught us about always doing the right thing. I will miss how excited and happy you were for us when things went well in our lives and how you consoled us when things didn’t go well. I will miss how you never complained about your pain because you didn’t want anyone to worry. Most of all I will miss my ‘best friend’ that supported me and always had my back.

    I was lucky to have a father like you.
    I Love you – Joyce

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