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Frank Parenti

Frank Parenti

Saturday, May 26th, 1956 - Monday, December 7th, 2020
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PARENTI, Frank, age 64, of Garfield, died on December 7, 2020. Born in New York, NY he lived in Lodi 58 years settling in Garfield 6 years ago. Frank worked as an Usher at MetLife Stadium 20 years and formerly at Roseee’s Filling Station in Garfield. He was a devoted coach referred to fondly as “Coach Frank” over 20 years at the Garfield Boys and Girls Club coaching football, basketball, and baseball. He is predeceased by his parents, Alfred and Rose Parenti. He was a dear brother to Vito “Vic” Parenti and wife Rosemarie, a loving uncle of Christin Ruvolo and husband Joseph, and Victor Parenti, Jr. and wife Robyn, and a great-uncle of Joseph Ruvulo, Jr., Anthony Vito Ruvulo, Brayden Victor Parenti, and Lily Mallon. Visiting Saturday 3 to 7 pm. Private cremation. Please observe social distancing regulations and kindly after paying your respects exit the funeral home. In addition, please share a story of Coach Frank and bring it with you to put in the memory box. The Parenti family is in the care of the Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Ave., Garfield (973-340-7077). Condolences/Directions visit aloiafuneral.com
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Jennifer Pistone

Posted at 06:49pm
We were very sorry to hear of Frankie’s passing. We shared many happy times & Holidays with him over the years. We even shared a love for a certain red Firebird! Frankie loved to be around family and friends and talk about music, sports & his coin collection. Rest In Peace Frankie!
Love John & Jennifer Pistone

Patrick Mallare

Posted at 01:29am
Please accept my heartfelt condolences for Frankie's passing. He was a fun person to be around, and I will never forget the time I spent with him. I have a lot of great memories with him and I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Virginia Pistone

Dave Severson

Posted at 10:01pm
I am so sorry to find out Frankie P is gone. What a truly enjoyable man he was. I first met him 30 or so years ago in a Thursday night bowling league. While we mostly were there for the beer, Frank was there to bowl. We didn't see each other often but when ever we did it seemed as though we never missed a day. I will miss him dearly. Again what a truly enjoyable man.

Mitchell Dakelman

Posted at 11:01am
I was very sorry to learn about the passing of Frank. I worked with Frank for several years at the football games at Met Life Stadium. Our conversations were friendly, especially talking about classic movies. He was a very nice gentleman and will be missed at Met Life Stadium.

Dave and Debbie Hunziker

Posted at 09:42am
Dave and Debbie Hunziker
I first met Frankie almost fifty years ago working with him at Felsway Corporation in Totowa. Little did I know that it would become a lifetime friendship. We did so many things together over the years. He would come up to my house in Wayne and we would talk for hours about anything and everything. I last spoke to Frankie on Thanksgiving and the last thing I said to him was that I hope to see him over the holidays. We are shocked over losing such a great friend. Our condolences go out to his family. Rest in peace my friend.

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