Frank A. Disbrow

Frank A. Disbrow

Sunday, July 17th, 1938 Sunday, May 24th, 2020

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Obituary for Frank A. Disbrow Sr.

Frank A. Disbrow, 81, of Hazlet, NJ, passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020 from complications of the coronavirus. Frank was born July 17, 1938 in Jersey City, NJ, son of the late George E. Disbrow and late Martha Minarik Disbrow Johanson. Frank was a proud Veteran and an active member of the American Legion Post 273. He wore his badge every day and made sure he always went there on his birthday for his free birthday drink. Frank had a wonderful sense of humor and would share his last dollar with someone if they needed it. He was also a die hard NY Giants fan and enjoyed many Sundays with his only brother watching the games. Frank is predeceased by his best friend and brother, George E. Disbrow, Jr., his three sisters, Jenette Feminello, Ethel Harper, and Martha Connolly. Surviving is his oldest sister, Annie Wyatt in California; his only son who he loved with all his heart, Frank A. Disbrow, Jr., of Washington, NJ; daughter-in-law Kristin Disbrow; two grandsons, Thomas and Alex Disbrow, and many nieces and nephews. Due to the current unfortunate circumstances, visitation will be private. Frank will be buried at Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery, Wrightstown. The arrangements are entrusted to the Jacqueline M. Ryan Home for Funerals 233 Carr Avenue, Keansburg.

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Theresa Harper

My uncle Frankie will sure be missed. So grateful to have had the privilege to get to know him so closely over the past few years. My fondest memory of him was this past Christmas, 2019 when he wanted to give the blessing before dinner. He said the most beautiful things... and then at the end of the day thought he could smuggle the bottle of wine back into his place for New Year's. Of course we helped him. Hilarious!!! He was one of a kind and we be very missed.
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Lois Adamson

I remember what a good person you were and a loving dad to your son, Frank. Rest in peace. My condolences to your family.
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Paul Mattaliano

Frank may you rest in peace in the arms of the Lord you will always be a very special person too me
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Arlene Scannelli

Iā€™m sorry for your loss may he rest in eternal peace šŸ™
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Ernest Trossello

Thank you for the laughs.
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