Obituary of Frank Vegnone
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Frank Vegnone, 97, of Eddy Pond in Auburn A long time Webster Resident died on Monday, November 5th in the Brookside Nursing Home, Webster Frank is survived by his loving wife of 68 years, Dorothy (Leone) Vegnone; his two children, Ronald P. Vegnone of San Diego, CA and Sharon A. Pickles and her husband, Kenneth of North Grosvenordale, CT; a sister, Helen Jarzobski of Marlborough; 3 grandchildren, Tracy Jalbert and her boy friend Michael Sousa. Marissa Wilson and her husband Matthew , Kiersten Choiniere and her boy friend Adrian Delphia 2 great grandchildren, Bridget and Jack Wilson and many nephews and nieces. Mr. Vegnone was born in Webster, son of the late Giuseppe "Joseph" and Annunziata "Nancy" (Della Ripa) Vegnone and is also predeceased by two children, Anthony Vegnone and Deborah Jalbert and six brothers and sisters, Anthony, Serafina, Marianna, Rose, Jennie, and Adelina. Predeceased by a grandson Jason Jalbert Frank proudly served in the United States Army during World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. Mr. Vegnone was also awarded the French Legion of Honor from France; this award is the highest decoration awarded by the country of France. Frank worked for 35 years at the Cranston Print Works Company and retired in1985. He was a member of the VFW Post and the American Legion both in Webster. Mr Vegnone was an avid sports fan and especially enjoyed watching the New York Yankees and the New England Patriots. Funeral services for Frank were held privately and burial was in Calvary Cemetery Dudley . The Webster-Dudley Veterans Council provided Military Honors. Memorial Contributions in memory of Frank may be made to St. Jude's Children Research Hospital PO Box 1000, Dept. 142 Memphis, TN 38148-0142. Bartel Funeral Home 33 Schofield Avenue Dudley is assisting the family with arrangements.www.bartelfuneralhome.comTo plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Frank Vegnone, please visit our Tree Store
Location: Bartel Funeral Home & Chapel
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