Frank J. Parisi, Jr., on July 4, 2021, of Bellmawr. Age 82.
Beloved husband of 60 ½ years to Shirley Parisi (nee Rutter). Devoted father of Teresa Parisi Lusardi (Vito), Frank Parisi III (Karen), Michael Parisi (Nicole), and Lori McGlinchey (John). Loving grandfather of Michael Anthony, Amanda, Allysa, AJ, Samantha, John David, Emily, Rebecca, Frank IV, TJ, and the late Nicholas and great grandfather of Michael, Rocco, Geno, Divina, Marky, Dante, and Ellie. Dear brother of Annette, Carole, and the late Edward. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Frank proudly served with the Merchant Marines and the US Navy. He was a bus driver with NJ Transit for 36 years. Frank was a 4th Degree Knight with the Knights of Columbus.
There will be a viewing from 10am to 11am Saturday, July 10 at Saint Rose of Lima Church, 300 E. Kings Highway, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035.
Funeral Mass 11am at the Church.
Interment private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Frank's memory to Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice, 3906 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054.
"I remember every Sunday at church Frank would come in and immediately look for our granddaughter Lily just to say hi. She always said he was a nice man and she was right. I hope the angels know how lucky they are to have him. Our sincere condolences to Shirley and the entire Parisi family. Rest In Peace Frank.
Cathy & Ted Dastick"
"I met Mr Parisi when I was 10 years old when Teresa brought me to her house. After introducing me to her parents, the first words out of his mouth were,? I don?t want no Irishman in my house? I liked him immediately. Rest In Peace Mr Parisi??"
"I worked at New Jersey Transit with Frank and we retired at the same time. I am deeply sorry to hear of his passing. "
"You will be missed by so many people who loved you. We feel so blessed to have so many cherished memories of our times together on the many cruises, Lititz weekends, the "ickums" and just so many more. The laughs and the tears will stay in our hearts always.
I will forever be thankful for the time in my life when you and Shirley were there for me and I came to live with you. Our chats when you would come home from work . . . and the laughs . . . omg the laughs. That is when you became my "Father Frank."
I know so many people that you loved were there to welcome you into the gates of Heaven! And I know that Joe was there with a huge smile too! But you truly had an Angel here on earth within your beautiful Shirley. Be at peace and out of pain my Father Frank, and know . . .
I so love you and always will.
All my love forever, Diane . . . (and Joe too)"