Frank Cardella

June 24, 1932 ~ March 7, 2022

Born in: Manhattan, NY
Resided in: Arlington, TX

Frank James Cardella passed away peacefully at the age of 89 on March 7,2022. He was born on June 24,1932 in Manhattan N.Y. Frank was proceeded in death by his loving wife Angela of 57 years. He cared for her for 5 years during her illness until her death in January 2011.

He proudly served in the Marine Corps as an aircraft mechanic during the Korean War. He was a front-line supervisor for American Airlines, retiring after 42 years.

Frank was a loving husband, father and grandfather (Poppy) and will be missed by his family. He is survived by his four daughters, Deborah Lovizio and husband Robert and their sons Robert Jr and girlfriend Kerry Farrell and Erik and fiancé Gloria Khan; Donna Annarella and husband Antonio and their children Christina and her fiancé Joseph Green, Philip and Stephanie; Antoinette Chidlaw and her children Angelica and Benjamin; Lisa Cardella Pallone and her wife Davina.

In addition to his children and grandchildren, Frank is survived by his sister Patricia Totaro and husband Larry and their family; brother Michael Cardella and wife Anna and their family.

Services

Public Viewing: Wednesday, March 16, 2022 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013

(817)274-9233
wadefamilyfuneralhome.com

Room: Chapel

Graveside Service: Wednesday, March 16, 2022 3:00 pm

Moore Memorial Gardens
1219 North Davis Drive
Arlington, TX 76012

(817) 275-2711

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  1. My condolences to the entire family
    So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing
    He will be missed
    What a great man , always admired him
    The few times he came to NY was a pleasure, what a gentleman! Always !
    I will miss his interesting conversations
    RIP cuz
    Say hello to everyone….

  2. Rest In Peace cousin Frank. I remember as a young boy staying with Frankie and Angie as a guest in their house in Long Island, as the lone boy amid a house full of girl cousins. Quite comical at times. Always treated very well. Our prayers are with you all.

  3. We’re so sorry to hear of Uncle Frank’s passing. Our condolences to all. I was thrilled to be able to see him at my mother’s birthday party several years ago. She was so surprised and excited to see him that she was overcome with emotion. A wonderful memory that I’ll never forget.
    RIP Uncle Frank

    Love,
    Cousin David and the Wasserman Family

  4. Frank you were loved by so many family members
    I can remember the visits to your Home in Brentwood NY
    We are sorry for your passing
    Love from the Pappalardo Family Joe and Millie

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