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St. Malachy Church
Wednesday February 19th, 2020
5:00pm - 7:00pm

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Frank Gentile

Frank Gentile

After a brief illness, Frank Gentile, age 89, of Kennedy Twp., formerly of West Deer Twp., passed on Sunday, February 16. 2020. Beloved husband of Margaret (Loushil); loving father of Frank “Choo” (Debbie), Madelyn “Maddy”, and the late Nicholas “Nick”; step father of Michael Kosol (Karen); grandfather of Tina, Nicholas, Francesca, Kevin and Eric; great grandfather of Aubrey, August and Colt.

Frank was a professional truck driver with Abott Laboratories for 18 years. After retiring he drove school bus for Montour School District for over 17 years. 

Family will receive friends at the McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, INC., 334 Forest Grove Road, (Coraopolis) Kennedy Twp., on WEDNESAY from 5:00 – 7:00 PM.  A Blessing Service will be held that evening at 6:00 PM.






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Marge and family. Our sincere condolences for your loss. I will always remember our outings to Outback Steakhouse and Rockafellers. Frank was a hoot all the time. I'm going to miss his smile the most. I felt honoured when he showed me that antique pistol and he trusted me to do some research and clean it. RIP

Vicki Latella Feb 19 2020 12:00 AM

Marge, he was a wonderful man that I had the pleasure of getting to know over a good number of years. He was kind-hearted and a wonderful bus driver. He watched over so many kids on one of his favorite St. Malachys routes. He was really good to my kids as they grew and was a great listener when my husband and I were caring for our elderly parents.

We enjoyed running in to the two of you at the church fish fries and we all have missed his cheerful smile over past few years.

It is with a heavy heart that I say he will be truly missed.

Ginny and Bill

Ginny and Bill Feb 18 2020 12:00 AM