Frank N. Piscitelli, 90, of W. Ridgeland Rd., Wallingford, formerly of East Haven, husband of the late Marie V. D'Angelo died on July 22, 2006. He was the son of the late Nicola & Maria DellaVecchio Piscitelli. He is survived by sons Alan (Linda) Piscitelli of Hamden, and David (Kelly) Piscitelli of Wallingford, and daughters Elaine Finelli of East Haven and Barbara (Anthony) Mongillo of Orange Park, FL. He was the brother of Albert (Jennie) Piscitelli of East Haven. He leaves 8 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by one brother and one great grandchild. He was born in East Haven on September 21, 1915. He had been a machinist at the former Mettler Brothers & the former High Standard. Frank was a member of Wallingford Senior Center. A funeral service will be held at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden on Mon., July 31 at 12:30 p.m. Friends may call prior to the service from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Interment in St. Thomas Cemetery in Southington.

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  1. Dearest Mongillo Family, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your dad, the sorrow you feel is shared by us. I knew your dad (grandfather) only through brief meetings in time during my teenage years hanging out with Sharon and he and your mom were always so sweet to see together and so pleasant to me. You can find strength in your heart that they are together now and the emptiness you feel will always rebound with happy memories of the full life he lived. All Our Love and deepest sympathies at your time of sorrow. Caroline Kenniston-Wade & Family

  2. Dearest Piscitelli Family- When I saw in the paper today that Frank had passed I was very sad. I will always remember the afternoons we spent chatting.We spent many hours talking about all of you . He was very proud of all of you and loved each of you very much . A proud , kind, loving family man , thats what I will always think of when I think of Frank….I am sorry for your loss

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