Mr. Curatolo was one of the nicest people to be around at work. Always with a smile. May the family find peace and strength during this sad time. He's in God's care now.
Tony & Frankie,
Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your Dad and Grandad.
Diane & Mario (Little Italy South)
Dear uncle and godfather Frank
It is always sad and hearth breaking to see someone that you knew and love pass away. My deepest hearth felt condolences to your children: Angela and Anthony and your grandchildren. You will always be in my thoughts. May you find peace and love in your after life with your wife and daughter. Love Joe
Frank was my dads cousin but felt more like a uncle to me. My dad shares stories about when he came to America from Sicily and how Frank helped my dad. I miss the Christmas dinners on w6th street what great cooks, they are the best memories I have growing up in Brooklyn. I hope we all meet again in Heaven
My deepest condolences to you Tony and your Family with the passing of your Father. My thoughts and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time. May Frank rest in peace in the Kingdom of our Lord.
Joe Forys and Family
I have so many treasured memories of spending time with Terina and Frank at their house. Their home was my second home and Frank always treated me with love as if I was his older daughter. He loved watching Jackie Gleason and would often imitate him by saying things that Jackie Gleason would say on tv just to see us laugh. He had a heart of gold and the patience of a saint. His ready smile and good humor will be missed by all. He truly loved his family and friends. I hope he knows how much we loved him back! You did your best after your beautiful wife and daughter passed on. Now it’s time to meet them again!! RIP dear Frank! Heaven is waiting for you. With deepest condolences to my cousins Angela and Anthony together with their spouses, as well the 7 grandchildren and their families!!
Dear uncle Frank , you will be missed and always remember all the fun times we had upstate NY... Zia Terina always had a smile on her face ,she cooked for 6 people or for 60 people never was confused of how much food she would prepare. Those were the days.. you are now rejoining with her and your beautiful daughter Soprana as well,, Leo will greet you with open arms...Until we meet again Uncle Frank
"Rest In Peace"