October 30, 1955 ~ May 31, 2008
Rochester: Saturday, May 31, 2008 at age 52. Survived by his parents, Vincent(Clara) Fratali and Irene Frattle; son, Aaron Frattle; wife, Wendy Tascione; sisters, Natalie(Rayes)Gaglio, Marie(Ken)Fien and Patty(Dan)Jones; several nieces, nephews and cousins; many friends. Vincent's family would like to express a sincere thank you to Mark and his family for their loving care and support of Vincent over the past several years. His Memorial Service will be held Thursday, 10AM in the Funeral Home Chapel of Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Interment held at the convenience of the family.
..kind and warm memories growing up as cousins, may you rest in peace.
For the short amount that I got to work with Vinny at RIT it was always a pleasure. His knowledge of the campus is irreplaceable and he will surely be missed.
he will be missed. I had the pleasure of Vinny working for my group for a little more than 1 year. He was always a gentleman and always had a special thought…often unique.
I had the honor of knowing Vinnie for more than 20 years. He was family to me, such a dear friend and he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with Irene, Patty, Nat & Marie. Our Thanksgiving dinners won’t be the same without him. He will always have a very special place in my heart, and will never be forgotten.
I had the pleasure of cutting Vinnies hair on occaision, and found his sense of humor to crack me up all the time. a warm smile . Know Aron NOTHING was more important then you, you were his world, and he loved you more then anything, and he will always be with you, make him proud!
I had the pleasure of working with Vinnie for the last 7 years on and off. He taught me a few tricks of our trade and the ins and outs of RIT. He has also left his mark all over RIT by simply leaving his initials in the boiler rooms with his ‘VF’
symbol. As the guys do their rounds through the boiler rooms each day and each shift Vinnie’s symbol ‘VF’ will remind us that he is still here with us at RIT.
Vinnie will be truly missed by all.
I may not have known Vin as long as some of you, but in the time that I did, we formed a great friendship. It was an honor to know him, and he will be missed greatly by all who knew him.
I remember little of my cousin vincent, But He was my family and my heart goes out to my Aunt Irene. And my Uncle Vince, that I remember little as well. He was so young, God took him very early, My heart also goes out to my cousins, who will miss their brother. what ever I can do, Let me know Patty.
In the few short years that I knew him, Vinnie was a most delightful colleague. A bit of humor shared here, an insightful comment offered there, and always the giant laugh. He is missed!
My condolences to the family.
I worked side by side with Vinnie for 10 years. Since we had many of the same difficult situations in life, we were able to help and understand each other very well.
Rest in Peace Vinnie
My heart felt wishs to Aunt Irean and all of her children. I shall always remember when Vincent was riing bare at my wedding. All my love to all.
Our condolences go out to Vinnys family and his close friends..Vinny, I didn’t know you very well, but thought you were a wonderful person, and you were always there for Tracy and her family, which I always thought was so wonderul…May the angels lead you in..
RIP-forever in our memories…
Dawn, Steven and family
Our deepest sympathy for all Vinnys family and friends. My only memory of my cousin vinny is when I was a child. There were times when much of the family would be at Ma and Pa’s house. They were the only times when many of the cousins in our family were together. God speed to you Vinny.
Patty and family-
I am so sorry for your loss. If there is anything I can do, please let me know.
Precious Irene, & Girls, we love you all. Our prayers and love go out to you. We are always a call away, let us know what your needs are. WE LOVE YOU!!!!!!
Rest in Peace my friend, you will always be in our hearts
Sad to hear of Vincents passing,but the memories of our youth growing up on Tioga dr/circle will forever make me smile and remember the good friends and families we met along the way.
Vinnie and I worked together in a non-for-profit agency together in Rochester, Syracuse, and California. To Vinnie’s family my deepest condolences. Vinnie you helped change my life around and I will forever be grateful. Rest in peace,
Gail D. 4/7/1989
Regional Service Representative
Vinnie, we will miss you, but you will be always in our hearts!