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Francis O’Brien
  • March 28, 1946
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  • November 13, 2016

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O’Brien

Frank C. O’Brien, 70, died Sunday, November 13, 2016.  Frank loved a good laugh, a good meal, and his family by his side.  He is survived by his wife, Gayle, his daughter Kelli and her husband Craig, his daughter Erin and her husband Quinn, and his sister Reenie.

He inspired many and will be missed so much.

A mass will be said in Frank’s honor at The Sacred Heart Catholic Church in New Smyrna at 9am on Friday December 2, 2016.   In lieu of flowers, please tribute gifts in his honor to Halifax Hospice.


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  1. 27 Jun 2017
    Michael Benson says:
    Gayle, Kelli, and Erin.... just learned of Frank's passing. So sorry! Really loved the guy and regret we did not stay connected. He was truly a great man!

  2. 17 Apr 2017
    Mark Totten says:
    Frank
    You have been and will be missed. I pray for Gayle and the girls.

    Tots

  3. 05 Dec 2016
    virginia suarez bernard says:
    Knew you when you were young. Loved going to your baseball games and watching you in High School football. Never knew you in the intervening years. Loved your Mom (Went to visit her often at Hahnes in Westfield--I think you called her Tous--short for Tucson?) and Sis--hardly knew your brother--even though he married my sister's best friend, Meg. We all shared a start in Cranford, NJ, and then all went our separate ways. You, George Slocum, George Krip and Tom L'Heureux all from football--gone. Will remember many, many happy times.
    Que descansa en paz, vsb

  4. 19 Nov 2016
    Donna Smith says:
    Darling Frankie,

    We will so miss you, your spunk and, not to mention, your shenanigans! I always said ... "you could make a dog laugh and could sell anybody a bridge!" You provided much joy and laughter to so many ... RIP, in my Dear ... and "thanks for the memories" of your larger-than-life personality and generosity ... xoxo, DonDon

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