Mr. Frank I. Maggiore, 88, a resident of the Lutheran Home, Clinton, formerly of N. Utica, passed away on Friday, October 22, 2021 at the nursing home.
Frank was born in Utica, on November 2, 1932, the son of Ignazio and Frances (Testa) Maggiore. He was raised in Utica, was a graduate of Proctor High School and Mohawk Valley Community College. Frank proudly served in the US Army during the Korean War. On November 24, 1962, Frank was united in Marriage with Arlene R. Trudeau, at Holy Name Church in Tupper Lake, NY. Frank and Arlene would have shared their 59th anniversary in November. At one time, Frank was employed with General Electric Company, and later with the City of Utica until his retirement. Frank was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and mushrooming. Frank was a true NY Fan, especially the Yankees and Giants. He was a member of American Legion Utica Post 229, N. Utica and a parishioner of St. Mark’s Church, N. Utica. Frank loved to drive/go for rides, which he passed the tradition down to his children and grandchildren. Frank’s greatest joy was spending time with his loving family and especially his cherished grandchildren.
Mr. Maggiore is survived by his beloved wife, Arlene; two daughters, Sue Day of N. Utica and Frances (Nini) Laufer and her fiancé Richard Cucci of Utica; four cherished grandchildren, Justin Day and his wife Valarie, Andrew Day, Matthew Laufer and Francesca Laufer (Frank’s namesake, Franki) and her boyfriend, Antonio Aiello; as well as several nieces, nephews and friends, especially acknowledging Carmen DiBrango and the crew from West End Auto for all their concern and support. He was predeceased by two sisters, Mary Richlin and Dorothy Mutolo, one brother, Thomas Maggiore and his canine companion Bo.
In keeping with Frank’s wishes, there are no calling hours. A memory service will be held at a later date.
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