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Word of Frank's passing made it to me in Eugene, Oregon courtesy of Bob Csuka. Frank has been on my mind since I heard .
Frank was a basic guy, non-pretentious. He was who he was. No BS. He was also a good athlete -even with bad knees. I remember basketball coach Lou Rossini of NYU coming to one of our games when he was recruiting me. He asked me a lot of questions about Frank. He was impressed

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Posted by: A friend   Oct 31, 2019

Noreen - I was so very sorry to hear that Frank had passed. He always had a smile on his face and was the life of our Sunday afternoon "dinner" parties with Christine, Mike and Susan. He will be very missed. Please know that I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Beth Burroughs - Manasquan, NJ   Oct 08, 2019

Rest In Peace Frankie. You were one of the truly great ones. Will never forget you or the action-packed times we had growing up in Clifton. And then, there was the Banana Man.........
The Zimmerman's


Posted by: Allen Zimmerman    Oct 07, 2019

NOREEN AND MARY,
I WAS SO SAD TO HEAR ABOUT FRANK'S PASSING. THE GANG WAS AT ANN MARIE'S LAST WEEKEND AND FRANK'S NAME CAME UP IN THE CONVERSATION.IT WAS ABOUT THOSE TIGHT EXERCISE SHORTS!! PLEASE GIVE MARY A BIG HUG FROM ME AND BRIAN
I THINK ABOUT YOU OFTEN
LOVE,LINDA


Posted by: A friend   Oct 07, 2019

Frankie was a great guy! I knew him since junior high at Christopher Columbus and high school. Even though we hung with different groups, he was always into sports, we were always friends. In high school him and DeLotto always called me Johnny Mathis and would sing "Chances Are" whenever they saw me even at our class reunion luncheon at the Hot Grill in Clifton.
When he and Bobbie owned the Banana Man bar in Clifton, me and my wife were always there for drinks, laughs and more.
Rest it rest Frankie!


Posted by: Charlie Cucci - Ringwood, NJ - classmate   Oct 07, 2019

My heart is heavy with sadness hearing of Frankie's passing. I have known him since he was 14 years old. He would always crack up when ChoCha Mary would call me "maa aba" in Polish (little frog) because I was always popping in and out of the Boryczewski household. When I dated Frank's brother, Mike, all three of the Boryczewski boys were like brothers to me. They all have a special place in my heart. But Frankie was "our baby".

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Posted by: Franni Barat Grasso - Edison, NJ   Oct 06, 2019

A true gentleman. RIP Frank! I enjoyed playing hoops and drinking some beverages with him at the Banana Man in Clifton.


Posted by: Mark Kosuth - Clifton, NJ   Oct 06, 2019

I'm so sad about the passing of frank. My prayers and thoughts to the family. I met frank at Christopher Columbus junior high school in 7th grade. He was looked up to and liked by all. I bought converse sneakers because he wore them and had my mom make a sweater for me like the one he wore.in 9th grade I was the basketball manager and loved watching him and the team play. Those are memories I'll never forget. Rest In Peace my friend


Posted by: Joel Pasternack - Woodland park, NJ   Oct 06, 2019

Noreen, I was sorry to hear about the passing of Frank. My prayers and thoughts are with you in your time of sorrow.


Posted by: Sue Norman - Manchester, NJ   Oct 06, 2019

To Noreen,Mary and all those who love him . Frank was in my wedding. My husband Bob and I had the wonderful opportunity to know Frank and his family since 1958. Bob and all those from his neighborhood had wonderful times together playing sports with Frank and his brothers and times at the 75 club . I met Frank in 1963 in junior high school. Little did I know that the person I met in 1965,Bob Stanchak ,was childhood friends

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Posted by: Kathy and Bob Stanchak - Clifton, NJ - friend   Oct 05, 2019