FITZGERALD, Frank, (AKA Frankie Montana)

December 28, 1957 – August 27, 2015

It is with great sadness to announce the passing of Frank (Richard Francis). He passed away on Thursday, August 27, 2015 at the age of 57 years. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 33 years Elaine; daughters Tina, Frankie and Casey; grandchildren Brady, Ethan, Mary-Jane and Myra; brother Jack Fitzgerald of Turner Valley, AB, one brother in Winnipeg; four sisters in Newfoundland; and many more family and friends. He was predeceased by his mother Dorothy, father Robert, step-father Stan and sister Barb. Frank will be forever remembered for his outgoing and friendly personality that was larger than life. A Memorial Service will be held for Frank at the Foothills Mennonite Church (2115 Urbana Road NW, Calgary) on Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. A Celebration of Frank’s life will follow at Capital Hill Community Centre (1531 21 Ave NW, Calgary).

  1. On 02/09/2015 at 12:55 pm maxine sears Said:

    my taught and prayers go out to the fitzgearld family Frankie was a awesome person we hung around together years ago her in newfoundland you where a good person Frankie I will always remember you and our last talk you are out of pain now R I P MY FRIEND

  2. On 03/09/2015 at 4:08 am Brenda and Walter Said:

    Dear Frankie,
    There are no words to say what I feel today.our hearts are heavy and life won’t be the same without you. You are and will always be the brother of my heart, a gift that was given to us when we were only kids. That day you got off the school bus and came home with Stan, litte did we realize at that time how enriched our lives had become because you were now part of it . Its the love , the memories , the childhood we shared that makes us family.I will miss sharing the memories with you the fun and mischeif we used to get into and having a laugh about them.You were a true brother to me , always had my back , just like a brother would, I could count on you for anything, You were always there when I needed you , when Walter needed a place to stay , one phone call to you, solved that problem, he felt so welcomed and his memories of that time spent with you and Elaine and the kids are some of the happiest memories he has. You guys always had such a laugh about that time.
    Life really is unfair when someone like you who had so mush love for it , is taken before he should be.

    My only regret is that I did not see you more in later years.
    We will miss your calls
    Although our hearts are breaking , we are glad you are no longer suffering.
    Life without you in , won’t be the same , we will miss you so so much. You will always be in our hearts , thoughts and memories .

    Love you Brother,

    Brenda , Walter and family.

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