Joseph John Frattini

joseph frattini
Joseph John Frattini, 81, of Fletcher, passed away Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the John F. Keever Jr. Solace Center. A native of Barre, VT, he was a son of the late Louis and Mary Parnigoni Frattini. He is survived by his loving wife, Emily Anne Cook Frattini; one daughter, Jennifer Holzer and her husband, Rolf; two grandchildren, Kurt and Anabella Holzer and one sister, Barbara McAllister. A memorial mass will be celebrated on Friday, April 29, 2015 at 3:00 PM in the Chapel of Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian with Deacon Mike Stout officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home immediately following the mass.

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  1. We were so sorry to learn of Joe’s passing.
    May your fond memories of him be of some comfort during this difficult time.
    Our most sincere condolences.
    Tom and Ginny Acker

  2. May you have peace in knowing that Joe lived a good, long life and now is without any pain or suffering. My condolences to Emmy, Jennifer and the rest of Joe’s family.

  3. Joe’s contagious smile and engaging personality will always be remembered by those of us in the Pharmaceutical industry who worked Kaiser accounts, like Sunset in LA, at noon luncheons with Joe. On July 12, 1999 I took this note: Deep sea fishing out of Newport Landing with Shane Berry, Bill Boyle, and Joe Frattini. We all caught our limit of sand bass, using large sardines as bait and caught several big bass. Afterwards we had dinner at the Spaghetti Factory in Newport Beach. Condolences to his family. Joe will be missed.

  4. Although we cannot be with you in person, you are in our thoughts and our prayers are with you. We love you all very much. Hopefully love from all family and friends can provide a little comfort at this difficult time. Your father will be deeply missed.
    Big hug,
    Ursula and Eva Russo

  5. Thinking of my “Best Friend” and I find out, he has moved to a better place. Bette and I (Lonnie) will miss you so much. I was fortunate to spend time with Joe and his family, in Barre, VT. We Spent time with his Beloved Mother. We stayed with his Brother and family for 3 days. This memory is instilled in my mind and I will remember for the rest of my life. Emmy and Jennifer,please contact me, 1-562-266-7360.

    Joe, we LOVE you very much” and miss you.

    Lonnie, Bette, Orlando Jr. and Karen Zamora

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