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Frank T. Bozzo, Jr.

February 6, 1935 ~ June 30, 2018 (age 83)

Frank died peacefully, his wife and children by his side in Pittsburgh, PA on June 30, 2018, at the age of 83.  Frank is survived by his loving wife Barbara of 60 years, his brother Richard, his daughter Christine Miller (James), and his sons Frank III (Donna), Michael (Maryann), Timothy (Kim), Mark (Kim), Matthew (Donna) and Andrew (Lisa), and twenty three grandchildren who respected, and loved him dearly.  Frank is preceded in death by his parents Frank and Josephine (Monterossi), and his sisters, Norma (Householder), Helen (Scalise), and Dorothy (Simakas).  Frank “T” believed that a man’s family is his greatest achievement; his belief was beyond achieved. Frank was born on February 6, 1935 in Glenshaw, PA.  He graduated from Shaler High School in 1953 (Shaler Huskies), and then attended Xavier College in Cincinnati, Ohio.  He then proudly served his country in the United States Army. Frank learned the trade of homebuilding from his father; he owned and ran F.T. Bozzo and Sons for 43 years. He was a founding member of the North Suburban Builders Association. He proudly passed his skills and knowledge onto his sons Mark and Andrew; who continue the company F.T. Bozzo and Sons into a Third generation. Up until the weeks before his passing; he visited the job sites daily; (often bringing “mom”, “Barb”) — just to have lunch with his boys. Frank was an active member of the Shaler community, and was proud to be a founding member of the Saint Bonaventure Church, parish, and school. He shared many stories of his years as a volunteer coach for Saint Bonaventure Football, and as a baseball coach for the Dehaven Athletic Association. Visitation Monday 2-4 and 6-8 PM at Neely Funeal Home, 2208 Mount Royal Boulevard, Glenshaw, PA. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday at 10 AM Saint Bonaventure Church (Mt. Royal Blvd.). The family would like to thank Dr. Gabriel, his Nurse Practitioner Bonnie, Nurse Scott (CICU unit), and ALL of his caregivers at Allegheny General Hospital for their undeniable dedication, and exceptional care...

 

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