Obituary

Frank Santora

Passed 09/02/2023

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Obituary For Frank Santora

Frank Santora, Jr. age 73, passed away on September 2, 2023. A native Staten Islander, raised in Dongan Hills, he graduated from Mckee Technical High School. The son of Frank and Domenica Santora (deceased), Beloved spouse for 25 years of Gale (nee Trentalange). Loving Father of Keri (deceased), Frank III, and Dominique. Brother of Carmine and Domenick. Proud Grandfather of Frankie, A.J., Logan, and Rocco. Brother-in-Law of Jill and Anthony Depeppo, Roy and Elena Trentalange, Uncle of Anthony and Kay Depeppo, Amanda and Josh Sisco, Alissa Depeppo, Tori, John, Michael and Olivia Trentalange, Marie Gioe, C.J. and Michael Santora (deceased) and Father-in-Law of Kimberly Santora. Great Uncle of Delaney Sisco, Paige Depeppo and John Frank Gioe and Godfather of Peter Sisco. Frank was a Master Electrician and owner of Wiz Electrical Construction for forty years. A Rotarian for 32 years, he was a Past-President, Assistant District Governor, and Paul Harris Fellow. He was a Board Member and Past-President of the Miss Staten Island Scholarship Pageant and attended several Miss America Pageants in Atlantic City. Frank treasured his family and friends and was a true people person who loved helping others. He enjoyed cooking for his family, playing golf and was an avid Jets fan. In his younger years he played softball. He touched the lives of many people.

Services will be held at Hanley Funeral Home on Sunday September 10th from 2-4 and 7-9. Mass at St. Ann Catholic Church Monday at 11:00am, burial to follow at Moravian Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to America’s VetDogs at VetDogs.org

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  • 09/12/2023

    We were fortunate to meet Frank and Gail through Tony and Jill Depeppo. Frank was a really good man and good friend. He was passionate about his family and friends and he loved to cook.. and he was a pretty good baker too. Frank had a great sense of humor, he was always laughing or gigling about something.. it seemed like nothing could make him angry. Frank will truely be missed.. Our most sincere condolences go out to all his family and friends who have lost somone very special.

  • 09/07/2023

    Frank will truly be missed. He was a good friend, softball player, electrician and Rotarian. It was my pleasure to call him a friend. - Ron & Linda Victorio

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  • Traditional Floor Basket

    Traditional Floor Basket was sent for Frank Santora - 09/07/2023

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