Obituary of Frank Eritano
March 29, 1927 - May 29, 2022
Frank Eritano. Age 95 of Southgate.
Beloved husband of Alice Eritano. Loving father of Brian (Robbin) Eritano, Kathy Eritano and Frankie Eritano Jr. Dearest grandfather of Brian (Melissa) Eritano Jr., Chris (Jenn) Eritano, Ariel Eritano and Mary (Drew Farmer) Eritano. Also survived by 6 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents Petro and Mary Eritano.
Memorial Contributions are appreciated to the City of Trenton VFW Post 1888, 2763 Veterans Pkwy, Trenton, MI 48183.
Frank Eritano was born in Dilltown, Pennsylvania, one of 10 children to Petro and Mary Eritano. Frank served in the United States Navy in World War II. He retired from the Ford Motor - Woodhaven Stamping Plant after 24 years. Frank was chairman of the United Auto Workers LOCAL 387, a member of VFW Post 1888 and Southgate Senior Center.
Frank married Alice (Znidaric) in 1948 and together had Brian (Robbin) Eritano, Kathy Eritano and Frankie Eritano Jr., 4 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.
Frank kept faith and family close to his heart. He was an avid golfer, loved to ride his bike and enjoyed spending time with his friends & fellow retirees.
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