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Frank B. Kalamasz

Died: January 20, 2022
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FRANK B. KALAMASZ

age 73 of Brook Park, passed away peacefully January 20, 2022. Frank is survived in life by Mary Lou (nee Ciccia), his beloved wife of 50 years. Devoted father of Stacy (Chris) Zimmerman, Julie (Jamie) Callahan, Christine Eichmuller (Adam Karl), and Paul (Katie). Loving grandfather of Autumn, Kyle, Stone, Christopher, Jay, Allie, Carter, Brady, Emelia, Frank, and Brayden. Great grandfather of Illyana and Samantha. Dear brother of Robert, James, Ken, and Karen Hausser.

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Joan Dobric McLean-Jarvis posted on 1/26/22

Joyce informed me of your loss, I am sorry. I have been thru this journey and wish you peace. Cousin, Joan

 

Patricia Carlin posted on 1/24/22

Julie & Family - So sorry for your loss of your Dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Cherish all the wonderful memories and love of him to help get you thru the days ahead.

 

Terese Coon posted on 1/24/22

During this difficult time may you take comfort in all the wonderful memories you made with him. I am so sorry for the loss of your dad.

 

Barb Cammerata posted on 1/23/22

Dearest MaryLou and all the kids - Gary and I are still in disbelief over Frank's passing. Your family has always been a part of us for over 40 years. We love all of you. We hope you find comfort in your many memories of Frank.

 

Stan Slempa posted on 1/23/22

Cousins are the ones with whom we share the most beautiful memories of our lives. Cousin Frank was a best friend; we shared secrets and were partners in crime during our happiest times growing up. I am especially thankful I was a member of Frank's band. We played music all around the City of Cleveland; it was the most rocking experience of my life! Thank you for the wonderful memories. I loved you then and I'll love you forever, Frank. See you on the other side Brother.

 

Maureen Davis posted on 1/22/22

MaryLou and family, I am at a loss of words to hear about Frank's passing. Our deepest condolences and our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We have such great memories of our camping days with all of you ♥️

 

Bernadette Szmigielski posted on 1/22/22

May God help bring you comfort in this very difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and our deepest sympathies. Hugs and love to you all.

 

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