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“I remember you, Frank, every time I play this song: "Voice of the Big Guitar" by Tish Hinojosa: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eedDXgQC_5E&feature...Read More »
1 of 15 | Posted by: Carolyn M. Appleton - San Antonio, TX

“We extend our deepest sympathy to the Cimino family. All of us at the City of West Lake Hills thought very highly of Frank. He was a good man and...Read More »
2 of 15 | Posted by: Mayor Dwight Thompson - TX

“Mr.Cimino Thank you for all the advice. I really appriciated the time we spent talking at your bedside during your stay at university hospital....Read More »
3 of 15 | Posted by: Chris - San Antonio, TX

“I worked for Frank on the Westgate project for only about six months in about 1984. When I think of him, these words come to mind: generous,...Read More »
4 of 15 | Posted by: Sondra Williams Runnells - TX

“Though we knew Frank only lightly, we know Brion well and see the fine man he is. The father lives on in the son, and we grieve for all the Cimino...Read More »
5 of 15 | Posted by: Diane and Charles Brewer - Austin, TX

“Frank and I were fraternity brothers at Loyola, pledge brothers as well. For some reason, I searched his name on the web and found, sadly, that he...Read More »
6 of 15 | Posted by: Jim Blascovich - Santa Barbara, CA

“Our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts, prayers, and love is with you and your family.....Ennis & Jim ”
7 of 15 | Posted by: Ennis & Jim Bogle - Taylor, TX

“I didn't really know Mr.Cimino but I knew his children and his wife well. I want to send my condolences to the family and to all who loved him. ”
8 of 15 | Posted by: Mariah Paul-Jones - Austin, TX

“Susan, My heart goes out to you and my thoughts will be with you and the kids. Frank and you were always so kind in your friendship and your...Read More »
9 of 15 | Posted by: Craig Barker - Austin, TX

“Cimino Family: I have fantastic memories of Frank from the early '80s. He not only hired my dinky little landscape firm to work for him on a...Read More »
10 of 15 | Posted by: Deborah Cole - Austin, TX

“Your entire family is in my thoughts and prayers! ”
11 of 15 | Posted by: Kerry L. Ketcher - Frisco, TX

“Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Jolie & Matt Friess ”
12 of 15 | Posted by: Jolie Friess - Dallas, TX

“What an incredible example of faith...Frank's love of life had a profound effect on everyone he met and touched....our thoughts and prayers are with...Read More »
13 of 15 | Posted by: EJ and Dena Devoto - Dallas, TX

“Dear Susan and Family, My name is Mike Willman and I built the Laurel Hill Courtyard Homes project in Nashville with Frank and Billy Blackstone in...Read More »
14 of 15 | Posted by: Mike and Patty Willman - Franklin, TN

“Susan and family--What a hard journey this has been and what enormous love Frank felt, especially for you. I will not be in Austin on the 2nd but be...Read More »
15 of 15 | Posted by: Pat Hayes - Austin, TX


Frank Cimino, a local family and businessman, died Monday of pulmonary complications at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. He was 59. Frank was born in Clinton, IA and grew up in Savanna, IL. He graduated from Loyola University in Chicago with a degree in Business Administration. After successful careers with GE’s Real Estate Division and Jagger & Associates, he started various real estate partnerships and ventures in Canada and the Southwest. His career as a developer included several high-rise buildings in downtown Austin, subdivisions and master planned communities, most notably the Riata community in North Austin. Frank’s involvement in the community went beyond the development of first class real estate projects and included tenures on several local boards such as St. Michael’s Academy, St. Edwards University, and the Neighborhood Longhorn Foundation. Frank was an avid UT fan, and was a mainstay at sporting events – no matter the season. He was also a long time parishioner of St. Austin Church and a firm believer that faith is what gets us through our most difficult times. With all of his successes and accomplishments, he would want to be remembered first and foremost as a family man who emphasized giving back to the community and those in need. His great love for his wife and five children was incredibly apparent to all who knew him. He enjoyed attending their sporting events, choir and band performances, and teaching them to hunt and fish. But even more so, studying by their side, building models and science fair projects, or quietly sharing a book together gave him the most joy. For many years Frank struggled with his pulmonary affliction, but he faced it with courage and hope and considers the overwhelming support from friends, family and his St. Austin community as one of the most gratifying experiences of his life. Frank is survived by his wife of 20 years, Susan, sons Brion, Michael and James, daughters Jenelle and Francesca, daughter-in-law Julie, granddaughters Jordan and Brooke, and friends too numerous to mention. Frank’s family would like to thank Drs. Angel, Levine, Calhoon and Sanchez, along with the wonderful nursing staff at UTHSC for the gift of time and their incredible love and support. Visitation followed by the wake service and rosary will begin Sunday, April 2nd at 7:30 p.m. at St. Austin Catholic Church, 2026 Guadalupe Street. The funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, April 3rd at 10:00 a.m., also at St. Austin. Additional parking: Sunday only – SW corner of 20th and Whitis and the lot at MLK and San Antonio; Monday only – NE corner of 20th and Whitis (Dobie Mall Garage - mention funeral at St. Austin & no charge). In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: The Lung Transplant Program at UTHSC, c/o Thoracic Surgery Division, Attn: Irma Garcia, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78229. Obituary and guestbook online at wcfish.com