Frank Micheal Casavilla born in Brooklyn, NY, May 15, 1945.
Frank passed comfortably away Saturday, July 25, 2020.
Frank lived and grew up in Brooklyn. Frank owned and
operated a mechanic shop and a gas station. He drove on a
cheese route for his cousin Dave. Frank was enthusiastic race
car street racer. He owned a race car 1964 Plymouth
Belvedere. He named his race car Da Frog. In 1997, Frank
moved to Coconut Creek, Florida and worked as a Limousine
driver, Nappa auto parts, and Advanced Auto store as
assistant manager. In 2012, Frank and Barbara moved to
Port Saint Lucie from Coconut Creek. He retired in 2016 from
Advanced Auto store. Frank also enjoyed watching the
Yankees and collecting trains. Frank enjoyed being with the
family by being the life of the party with his great personality,
humor, and love he would portray.
Frank is survived by his wife Barbara Casavilla. His Sister
Georgeann and husband Frank Galasso. His brother Michael
and wife Kathy Casavilla. His son Frank Casavilla Jr 3 and
Donna Caligiuri, and grandson Frank Casavilla Jr 4 His son
Arthur and wife Kathy Putzu, Granddaughter Ashley Putzu.
His son Ralph and Roe Putzu. Grandson’s Rocco and Carmine
Putzu. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces,
nephews, and friends.
Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service-Port St. Lucie.
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