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Cavallaro, Frank August 12, 1943 - December 29, 2020

Frank Cavallaro, age 77, of Phillipsburg, NJ died Tuesday, December 29, 2020 at St. Lukes Hospital – Warren Campus, Phillipsburg, NJ.  Frank was born August 12, 1943 in New Haven, CT tp the late Frank and Margaret (Riccio) Cavallaro.

He was employed as a Salesman for Hebrew National, Long Island, NY.  Frank was an avid softball player who won a silver medal in the Senior Olympics in San Francisco, in addition he played for the NJ Masters and the Boys of Summer softball teams.  He earned a college scholarship to play baseball in college, he was an avid college football fan and was a history buff.

Frank is survived by his wife of 24 years, Rosann (DeMarco) Cavallaro, his daughter, Joanna Barrier and husband Kevin and his 3 grandchildren, Mikayla, Olivia, and Natalie.

All services are private and under the direction of the Cochran Funeral Home, 905 High Street, Hackettstown, NJ  07840


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    Billy Lounsbery says

    Frank, I currently have no words. I’m so grateful for meeting around 10 years ago. You were a true friend despite almost 50 years between us. I remember like yesterday working along side you while you were singing Little Richard or telling me about how New Haven has the best pizza.. You got me into playing softball which is a huge part of my life now. I am going to greatly miss our weekly phone calls about life and sports. Love you Frank.

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    Frank & Gloria Leggio says

    We are very saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to Rosann, Joanna, Kevin and grandchildren. From the time we first met Frank in Wildwood, we knew there was something special about him. His gift of story-telling and lively discussions about sports always put a smile on our face. When he spoke of his grandchildren, he had a sparkle in his eye. Frank, when we cross into heavenly paradise, let’s finally have that escarole and bean dinner. Wishing you all peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.

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    Bob Blum says

    My deepest sympathies Roseann and family. May he rest in eternal peace.

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