Frank A. Caiazzo of Seabrook, NH passed away peacefully at age 85 on February 24, 2022 with his family by his side after a 2½ year battle with Prostate Cancer. Son of the late Pietro (Peter) Caiazzo and Regina DeFilippo (Caiazzo) Cataldo. Beloved husband of the late Jeanette (Tarquinio) Caiazzo.
Treasured father to Deborah Macdonald & husband Scott of Seabrook, NH and Frank A. Caiazzo Jr & wife Lori of Plaistow, NH. 4 Grandchildren - Kelli George & husband Anthony of Barrington NH, Kimberly Marshall & Shawn Miskell of Amesbury, MA, Matthew Caiazzo & wife Stephanie of Chester, NH and Daniel Caiazzo & Emily Langlois of Kittery, ME. 4 Great Grandchildren - Kylee, Kira and Kaitlynn George and Robert Marshall.
Brother-in-law to Beatrice Cooper and husband James of Port St. Lucie, FL and the late John Tarquinio and Mariann Castonguay. Companion to Susan McPhail, Amesbury, Ma.
Predeceased by his sisters Rose Giannelli, Mary Rodrigues, Antoinette “Netta” Masiello and brothers Thomas, Samuel, George and Peter. He was an incredibly loved Uncle to his nieces and nephews as well as loved by cousins and friends.
Frank grew up in Everett, MA. and graduated Everett High School in 1954. He served in the National Guard from 1955 to 1956. Was honorably discharged to join the Army, where he served from 1956 to 1958. He remained in the reserves until honorably discharged in 1962 where he received a medal for Good Conduct.
Frank married Jeanette Tarquinio in 1958 and was married for 54 years until her passing in 2013. He moved his family to Seabrook in 1971. His family meant everything to him. Summer pool gatherings, holidays and weddings where he saw extended family were extra special to him. He loved to travel, golf and was an avid bowler.
He worked at both Eastern and American Airlines until his retirement. He especially enjoyed his retirement in The Villages, FL.
He loved attending his granddaughter’s events such as dance recitals, school plays, music concerts and his grandson’s baseball and football games. In his later years, he continued with his love of listening to music, purchasing “diecast” cars and picture taking.
Funeral Mass at St. Anthony Church, Everett at 10 am on Thursday, March 3rd. Visiting hours will be Wednesday 4-7 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Rockingham VNA Hospice at https://www.exeterhospital.com/Rockingham-VNA-Hospice/RVNA-Hospice-Events