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Frank Patrick (Francis) Falco


1934 - 2020
Frank Patrick (Francis) Falco Obituary
Frank Falco, of Boulder City, NV died 17 March 2020. Frank was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, the youngest of nine. Frank's parents, Guiseppe and Nunziatta, came to America from Italy. Frank's motto: "Life is a banquet..."

Frank was preceded in death by his love of fifty years, Barbara, and by seven of his siblings. He is survived by two daughters, Jennifer and Kimberly, two sons-in-law, Jason and Kenneth, and three precious if precocious and opinionated grand children: Indiana, Kiley and Kirin.

Frank's adventurous spirit led him to NYC, LA and Miami in his youth. He caught a late night photo shoot of Marilyn, raced his Corvette to the next red light with James Garner and helped Diana Ross walk through a windstorm.

Frank worked in retail, with computers when they were room-sized and in the insurance industry. In his later years, Frank became a Professional Grandfather. He traveled across Europe and to Australia. He was proud to have toured 50 states and to have served in the Navy in WWII (until they realized he wasn't 18).

Frank was passionate about history, prooved a wicked scrabble master, enjoyed watching films from around the world and loved to brighten peoples' days. He appreciated those who make others smile - like his favorite BDCU tellers, the Boulder Dam Hotel servers and the owners of Vinnie's Pizza.

Given the pandemic, there will be no in-person celebration of life. Frank would want everyone to eat more and be healthy! Having grown up in the Great Depression, however, Frank knew there isn't always enough food. In lieu of flowers please send memorial donations to Frank's favorite: Boulder City Emergency Aid www.eabcnv.com. That's Amore! No services scheduled.
Published in Boulder City Review on Mar. 26, 2020
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