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Frank A. Giubileo
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U.S. Navy Perennial Specialist 2nd Class Nicholas Jones from the borough put down a wreath in honor of fallen service members at a Wreaths Across America event at Hampton National Cemetery. Jones serves aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington, which is currently under renovation.


Frank A. Giubileo died on Sunday December 24, 2017 at Silver Care Center in Cherry Hill, NJ. He was 73 years old.

Giubileo was born in Mount Vernon, NY. He was raised in Throggs Neck and lived there for many years until moving to The Renaissance at Monroe in 2005.

He was a business analyst for IBM in NYC for 30 years before his retirement in 1994.

Upon retirement, he taught grammar school for five years. He went on to become the bursar of the Continuing Education Department for the New York Botanical Garden.

He volunteered at the Renaissance Clubhouse Deli and later became their best customer.

He was a member of the Italian American Club, and the Men’s Club of Renaissance. He enjoyed collecting stamps and antiquing.

He was a fourth degree Knights of Columbus at St. Benedict Council #11590. He was a current member of the Nativity of Our Lord Church and member of their K of C Council #14658.

He was predeceased by his son, Eric F. Giubileo, and his sister, Vicky Marino.

He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Mitza (Fuster) Giubileo of The Renaissance at Monroe, his son, Philip A. Giubileo and his wife Tina of Stratford, CT, his sister, Frances Surino and her husband Howard of the Bronx, four grandchildren, Joseph, Jack, Anna, and Bianca, his daughter-in-law, Kim Giubileo of Staten Island, one niece, two nephews, and many dear cousins with whom he was very close.

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