Frank R. Posato

frank r. posato
Greece: Tuesday, February 15, 2011. Survived by his wife Molly Posato; son, Joe Posato; daughters and sons-in-law, Julie and Jonas Vossler, Betsy and Rick Walther; five grandchildren, Jeremy, Michael, Trevor, Holly and Mary; sister and brother-in-law Barbara and Tom Ryan; mother'€œin-law, Frances Forrest; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Sue and Jack Conner; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Brian and Linda Forrest; several nieces and nephews. He was a Coast Guard veteran and a retired school teacher from Greece Olympia High School. Friends may call Thursday 4-8 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, 9:30 A.M. at St. John The Evangelist Church West Ridge Road. Interment held in Riverside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may make contributions to the Veterans Outreach Center, 455 South Ave. Rochester, NY 14620 in his memory.

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  1. Dear Betsy, I’m so sorry for yours and your family’s loss. Always remember that those we have loved and that loved us never really leave us – they remain deep, safely, tucked away in our hearts. When you need them, look inside.
    Warmest regards,

  2. Dear Molly and family,
    So sorry for your loss. Please know that my prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow.

  3. Dear Molly and family,

    Over the distance and passing of time, my thoughts and prayers are with you –

    May beautiful, loving memories resonate and continue knowing his loving grace endures through us as neighbor, and friend.
    My condolences,
    Alan Brown

  4. Dear Molly and family,

    Over the distance and passing of time, my thoughts and prayers are with you –

    May beautiful, loving memories resonate and continue knowing his loving grace endures through us as neighbor, and friend.
    My condolences,
    Alan Brown

  5. Dear Molly and Family,
    As you know we share your grief and want you to know that we are with you whenever you need us. We intent to be your shadow and help where ever and when ever you want us to. We’ only a phone call away.
    We love you,
    Frank and Suzanne

  6. Frank, Molly, Joe, Julie and Betsy…you all provided some of the best memories for me and so many others at West Ridge Elementary. Frank with that thick black curly hair…always asking me where mine went to. In my young mind, you were the all-American family. A real man’s man for a dad, a beautiful mom and three unbelievable kids. How fortunate for me that our paths crossed. My love to all of you.

  7. I am a dear friend of Frank’s sister Barbara. I feel as though I knew Frank and his family as we have spoken of you all through the years. I am so very sorry and saddened by your loss. Debby Smith

  8. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mr .Posato. Like many others he was my teacher @ Greece Olympia in the late 80’s. He was a wonderful man and truly an insirational teacher.
    His memeory will live on in the hearts of so many people.
    I am so sorry for your prayers are with you and your family.

    Jen Mapes Zugnoni

  9. I am very sorry to learn that Frank has died. He was a wonderful colleague, teacher and friend. We will all miss him.

  10. It is with great fondness that I remember Mr. Posato. A true gentleman. I graduated in ’79. My father worked as a V.P. at Olympia, and my brother and two sisters attended as well. My thoughts and prayers go to his family and friends.

  11. Joe and family, So sorry to hear about your Dad. He was an inspiration for many and left his mark on society and all who came in contact with him. May he rest in peace.
    Tim,Karen,Riley,Mason & Makella O’Neill

  12. Joe: Thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this difficult time in your lives. Just hold on to all the wonderful memories you have.


  13. Joe:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Find peace and comfort in the loving relationship you had with your dad and the memories that will live on forever. Liz

  14. Julie,Betsy&Family. We were very sorry to hear about your loss. Please know we’ve been thinking of you.

  15. May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared, comfort all of you now and forever. Love and prayers… Kathy, Bob, Kristen and Ashley

  16. Molly, Betsy, Rick, Jeremy & Michael: Our deepest sympathies. Frank will be in our prayers always. Julie, Terry, Kara and Jenna

  17. Molly, you and your family have our deepest sympathy. Frank was a special friend and colleague and his passing leaves me stunned. So many memories come flooding back. Gretchen and I would be with you if we could and will get in touch when we return to Rochester.


  18. Mr. Posato has left his mark on so many lives. As one of my favorite teachers at GOHS he was always willing to go the extra mile for his students. My deepest sympathies to his family, friends and my fellow GOHS classmates.
    Karen Mangano Reynolds
    GOHS class of 1978

  19. Mr. Posato was my favorite teacher in High School at Olympia. He was a great teacher–passionate and interesting, but most importantly, he was a great person. May he rest in peace.

  20. Mr. Posato was my homeroom teacher for 4 years while I attended Greece Olympia. I graduated in 75. I remember him to be the nicest, kindest man. He was my favorite teacher all through high school. I had often thought of him over the years and wished that I had kept in touch with him. He will be truly missed. My prayers are with his family.

  21. Mr. Posato was my teacher in the late 70’s. He was always a gentleman, mentor and a leader. Rare are we to find someone in society today with Mr. Posato’s qualities. RIP Mr. Posato; you inspired many people to be good citizens.

  22. Mr. Posato was one of my favorite teachers at Greece Olympia. May his family have peace at this time. See ya Mr.P!!

  23. My thoughts and prayers to the Posato family. Mr. Posato was always my favorite teacher ever since 7th grade at Hoover Drive. I remember he said he liked our class so much he decided to move up to 8th grade with us and then on to Olympia 9th-12th. He was always patient and understanding. A great teacher. Linda Cossey Holley

  24. Our sincerest condolences to both families. Have not seen Frank or Barb in many years. We grew up together. We are truly sorry.
    Frank, Lou, And Joyce Siracusa-Gumina.

  25. We are so sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. I knew him when I was a young boy when he lived at 211 Davis St. at the home of my grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. Siracusa. My parents were good friends with Fanny and Joe. I spent the entire summer at my grandma;s house so we got to be good friends. He and Barbara were such great kids…..I remember them well. I have already send you an email, Molly, and I will send you a picture of Frank and Barbara taken on VJ day in front of my Grandma’s house. Our sincerest sympathy to you……our prayers are with you, your children, with Barbara and you entire family. God Bless you all, RIchard (Dick) Cavallare

  26. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. I have fond memories of Mr. Posato from the few times I met him in College. We are thinking of you and you are in our prayers.
    Terry ‘T’ and Anita Maliga

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