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Frank J DeLuca Jr.
October 15, 1940 ~ October 23, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old
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Frank J. DeLuca Jr. was born in Middletown, CT on October 15, 1940. He was the son of the late Frank J DeLuca and Anna (Fazzino) DeLuca. Frank, proudly served his country in the US Air Force and the Army National Guard. He resided in East Hampton, CT since 1972 with his wife of 62 years Barbara. They were able to go on many cruises and travel over the years to many interesting places. Frank is survived by his wife Barbara, his sons , Scott (German) of Atlanta, GA, Kevin of East Hampton, CT, brothers Richard of Colchester, CT, Ronald (Carol) of FL, many cherished nieces, nephews and many other family members. Frank was known as an avid fly fisherman and could be found fishing most days at the Salmon River, after retirement from Chevron USA. He was also well known for his hand crafted Landing Nets that totaled well over 200. One of those nets is in the Catskill Fly Fishing Museum, NY. Frank also spent many fall trips to Vermont deer hunting with his buddies. NASCAR racing was pure enjoyment on weekends. He was able to attend races in New Hampshire and PA in person. His joy was the property on Hog Hill. You could find him outdoors keeping the yard mowed and the flowers tended too. Frank was a man of many talents, he built many pieces of furniture in the home, and cooking breakfast and Italian meatballs was another. If he did not know how to do something, teach him once and he could master it. Funeral services will be Private. The family wants to thank the many people with Middlesex Hospice Program who guided him on his journey with Alzheimer’s.