Frank LoCicero, age 89, born in Tampa, FL, resided in Suwanee, GA passed away Thursday, November 12, 2015, at Emory Johns Creek Hospital from complications of chronic pulmonary disease. Frank was a very loving husband, father and grandfather. He was a general contractor, who founded Frank LoCicero Construction Co., Inc. and West Tampa Millwork. He was a genuine artist in his time. Frank was recognized and known for his meticulous and outstanding craftsmanship and talent in every aspect of his work. He is survived by his wife, Barbara LoCicero, daughter, Karen LoCicero, son, Frank LoCicero, Jr., and his step-son Matthew Mallard. He is also survived by 5 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Monday, November 16, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway, Lawrenceville, GA, 770-277-4550. Interment will be at Broadlawn Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends one hour prior to service. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to: Disabled American Veterans (DAV), 1500 W. Galbraith Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45231, Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. I’ll always remember the times we were in Florida and Frank and Barbara taking us girls to the Cuban restaurant when the waiters there called me a little pink pig, and the huge house that Frank was building on the bay in Tampa. Staying at the condo in St. Pete. Those were some good ol ‘ days.

  2. Frank was a man that I wish I had known for longer than I did. He was fun to be around, with his great stories, and he was a wonderful cook. I am grateful that we were able to spend as much time with him as we did. Barbara, we are very sorry for your loss of the man that you loved so much. He was lucky to have you to care for him, especially in his final years. I am sorry that I couldn’t come to the service and give you a hug. We still have the same phone number. Please call if you would like to get together sometime.

  3. God bless you Uncle Frank. I have so many fond memories growing up as a kid and going to the wood shop with my Nano to see him. I can still smell that place. Wood chips, hunting dogs, (beagles and blueticks) and some old wine barrels. 🙂 Anyone who has been their knows what I’m talking about. I loved the hunting stories and the Ybor City ones especially.
    Barbara, Karen, Frank and family I am sorry for your loss. You have my deepest sympathy. I wish I was there to pay my respects in person.

    Respectfully, Jason Coniglio

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