Born On: April 03, 1929

Passed On: November 26, 2018

Frank Sirianni Jr.

Frank Sirianni Jr. age 89 was born in Carbondale, Pennsylvania on April 3, 1929 to the late Frank and Teresa (Futia) Sirianni Sr. and passed away on November 26, 2018. Along with his parents, Frank was preceded in death by his wife of 51 years, Betty in 2000; a son in law, James Balcom and daughter in law, Marie Daugherty.  Survivors include, his children, Karen (Richard) Hoen, Cheryl Balcom, William Daugherty, and Ronald (Joan) Daugherty; 15 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; 4 great-great-grandchildren; siblings, Joseph (Harriet) Sirianni, Theresa Perry, Carmel (Bill) Greer.  Frank was a veteran of the United States Army. He retired from Scott Paper after 31 years.  He was an avid golfer and a fan of the Detroit Tigers and Lions. Family was very important to Frank and he was always there to help them whenever they needed it.  All the grandchildren have fond memories of traveling with Frank and Betty during their younger years.  Frank enjoyed his time with his close friends; Lyle, Ted and Al. According to his wishes cremation has taken place and no services will be held.  Interment will be next to his wife Betty in Norton Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Harbor Hospice Foundation.

10 thoughts on “Frank Sirianni Jr.

  1. Mike Radtke

    Great man great friend and a great boss. You will be missed by many, always enjoyed playing golf and going out for dinner and then high school football games, and don’t forget those whitecaps games too. You were truly a great guy.

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    1. Kristen Sewick

      We are all so very sorry for your loss. Frank had a very contagious smile and was always so happy and kind when we saw him.

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  2. Mark Andrews

    Ron and Bill and the girls. I was sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. I remember fondly the good times on Reneer. Your dad was always so upbeat and a joy to be around. My thoughts are with you .

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  3. Mary Ann Burley

    I was thinking of you and all the crazy things that we all did at the Mill. I will miss you, your infectious smile and laugh.

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  4. Sharon and Pete Strazdas

    Frank was always my favorite uncle. I loved talking about the Tigers with him. I always appreciated his great sense of humor and loved being around him. We will miss him terribly. Our deepest sympathy to his whole family. Rest In Peace Uncle Frank.

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  5. Shelton Family

    Rest In Peace Frank – you will be dearly missed & never forgotten. Out thoughts & prayers for the family. 🙏

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  6. Jim Colella

    I will miss you Frank. I will never forget all those times as a young boy visiting you and Aunt Sissy with my dad, you and Sissy were always so good to me. I’m grateful that you became a father figure for me after my dad died and you representing at my wedding. I’m thankful for the times we shared on the golf courses, Tiger Stadium and just hanging out at your place. There will always be an empty space in my heart when I go back to Muskegon. Take care and say Hi to my dad, love you Frank, and Mike says hello.

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  7. VICKY PARKER

    I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT FRANK. HE WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON. MY CONDOLENCES TO HIS ENTIRE FAMILY. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

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