Frank Ray Spinuzzi

frank spinuzzi

February 19, 1947 ~ January 24, 2019


Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Frank Ray Spinuzzi, 71, passed away Jan. 24, 2019, after a long struggle with Agent Orange. Preceded in death by parents, Frank and Jenny Jo Spinuzzi and Iola Browser; siblings, Donna, Frances, Bobby and Joe Spinuzzi. Survived by wife, Cheryl, children, Christy Spinuzzi, Frank (Pebbles) Spinuzzi and Crystal (Brian) Montelongo; grandchildren, Clayton, Shayla, Dominic, Luca, Frankee and Mateo; sister, Shirley Bryson; and brother, Sam (Katherine) Spinuzzi. After serving as a Marine in Vietnam, he worked at Alpha Beta Packing but went on to become a successful entrepreneur, owning the Brass Horn, Red Dolly Casino and The Hangar. Frank had a heart of gold and generosity, always giving to friends and family. No man ever had more friends than Frank, everybody was his 'Cuz.' Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral Mass, 9:15 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1145 S. Aspen Rd. Entombment, Roselawn Cemetery. If desired, memorials may be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Pl., Memphis, TN 38105 or Patrick A. Lucero Library, 315 E. 7th St., Pueblo, CO 81001. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Frank and I went through boot camp together, and later we were both assigned to the same area in Viet Nam. He was a great guy and a “tough” Marine – but most of all he was a good friend. I’m so sorry that he has passed, and because of agent orange it’s that much worse. RIP Frank

  2. I was going through obits and came across Frankie’s obit…wow, I’m so sorry to hear. I knew him from the Hangar partly and East High. I was so shocked, every time I go by the Hangar, I always wonder what happened to Frankie. He always made sure on our dart teams that no one bothered us girls. He was a good protector. He had to call the cops on a few guys that wouldn’t leave us alone. God bless you Frankie and God bless your family, may God keep them in peace. Miss you, Frankie.

  3. Frank, so sorry to learn of your Dad’s passing. You are in my thoughts often but especially now. May the memories of good times with him help to ease the loss.

  4. Cheryl and family,
    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the fun of having known him for so long. He was always a kick!

    Please know we share in your sadness, but remember all the good times with him.

    Patsy & Jim Kenyon

  5. Cheryl and family,
    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the fun of having known him for so long. He was always a kick!

    Please know we share in your sadness, but remember all the good times with him.

    Patsy & Jim Kenyon

  6. Cheryl and family,

    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the blessing of have known him. He was a great guy. We share in your sense of loss.

    May his memory be eternal.

  7. Cheryl and family,

    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the blessing of have known him. He was a great guy. We share in your sense of loss.

    May his memory be eternal.

  8. Cheryl and family,

    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the blessing of have known him. He was a great guy. We share in your sense of loss.

    May his memory be eternal.

  9. Cheryl and family,
    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the blessing of have known him. He was a great guy. We share in your sense of loss.

    May his memory be eternal.

  10. Cheryl and family,
    Patsy and I are saddened to learn of Frankie’s passing, but so grateful for the blessing of have known him. He was a great guy. We share in your sense of loss.

    May his memory be eternal.

  11. Bye Cuz, we will hold very fond memories of a good person, great family man, good business man, fun to hang out with, and always a good laff! May your family keep all of the good memories and may their tears dry soon, then they may carry on your legacy. You will be missed!
    Your friends always
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  12. Bye Cuz, we will hold very fond memories of a good person, great family man, good business man, fun to hang out with, and always a good laff! May your family keep all of the good memories and may their tears dry soon, then they may carry on your legacy. You will be missed!
    Your friends always
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  13. Bye Cuz, we will hold very fond memories of a good person, great family man, good business man, fun to hang out with, and always a good laff! May your family keep all of the good memories and may their tears dry soon, then they may carry on your legacy. You will be missed!
    Your friends always
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  14. Bye Cuz, we will hold very fond memories of a good person, great family man, good business man, fun to hang out with, and always a good laff! May your family keep all of the good memories and may their tears dry soon, then they may carry on your legacy. You will be missed!
    Your friends always
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  15. Bye Cuz, we will hold very fond memories of a good person, great family man, good business man, fun to hang out with, and always a good laff! May your family keep all of the good memories and may their tears dry soon, then they may carry on your legacy. You will be missed!
    Your friends always
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  16. Bye Cuz, we will hold very fond memories of a good person, great family man, good business man, fun to hang out with, and always a good laff! May your family keep all of the good memories and may their tears dry soon, then they may carry on your legacy. You will be missed!
    Your friends always
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  17. On behalf of the Capritta family I would like to send my thoughts and prayers to Cheryl and family. Frankie was a great friend of my family and a mentor to me as I worked for Frankie and Frances growing up. He treated me like a son and I will never forget his generosity. I still have a rifle he gave me as a gift when I worked at the Hangar. He is having a drink with my father and catching up on old times. They are again the β€œlife” of the party….

  18. To all of Frank’s family,
    What a great loss for so many people and especially his family! Frank never knew a stranger and always made everyone feel like his best friend. Always the life of the party. We really enjoyed the time we spent together at East’s 50th Reunion. Frank was so Blessed to have been surrounded and cared for by his loving family, and they were Blessed, as well, by his great love for them. Our deepest sympathies. Jeanne & Ross

  19. Our deepest condolences to Frankie’s family. May the Good Lord comfort you at this sad time. Frankie will always be remembered as a very special person and will be missed by so many. “Rest in peace, Cuz.”

  20. Cheryl and family,
    We were sorry to hear of Frankie’s passing. He was one of the kindness and generous persons we have known. Cheryl you and him were so much alike in that way. We have such fond memories of us all setting around chatting. One of the fondest memories was or wedding with you and Frankie standing up there with us and the subtle humor that only you two could pull off. Every time we think about it or see the video it brings a smile and laugh. Thank you both for being such good friends. Are prayers are with you and the family. I know everyone will miss him and Cheryl I know you will miss him the most. Rick and Deb

  21. Cheryl, Christy, Frank, Crystal and the entire family,
    Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow. So many fond memories from the good ole Hangar days. I am honored and blessed that I have known all of you for over 25 years. Frankie fought a hard battle with dignity. May the care and love those around you provide comfort to get you through the days ahead.
    Our most sincere condolences, Brad & Ronda Gasperetti

  22. Cheryl and family,
    I had several encounters with Frankie through liquor board work, selling the family 2 cars and serving at the Hanger.
    He was always a positive person to be around.
    I lost my husband Mike to Agent Orange, making my heart heavy for the pain and suffering I know you all endured from it’s horrific and vast devastation of his body.
    I pray your find peace and the many memories begin to fill the huge hole in your hearts.
    Sincerely, Jil

  23. Cheryl, Shirley and Sam,

    I am so sorry to hear this sad news. When your family and mine bought houses next door to each other it was the beginning of so many wonderful memories, laughter, and friendships. Stories have been running through my head all day about the mega water fight with garden hoses, Halloween nights scaring the neighborhood kids, sitting in our backyards telling ghost stories or just talking. Our childhoods were rich and full of wonder in part because we had each other in good times and bad. Frankie was one of a kind and he will be sorely missed by everyone who was touched by knowing him.

  24. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  25. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  26. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  27. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  28. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  29. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  30. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  31. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  32. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  33. That Cuz!!! never a dull moment he will always be a fond memory.
    Good guy, awesome family, excellent business man, proud to be a veteran, fun to hang out with, happy to live and work in Pueblo all of these things and more is Franky Spinuzzi! Our condolences to your entire family, this Cuz will definitely be missed. God speed Franky
    Your friends
    Richard and Debby Foresta

  34. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    May his memory be eternal!

  35. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  36. Cheryl, Shirley, Sammy and all Frankie’s Children and their extended families,
    My heart goes out to all of you, and may God Bless you. I have known Frankie and the rest of his brothers and sisters since I was a kid. To this day I still tell stories about the Christmas cookies and candy that the girls would make every year and put out for their friends and family, to this day I have never seen anything like it. In later years I spent time at the Brass Horn and The Hanger. I was always treated like family, and Frankie’s humor was one of a kind. When he got back from Vietnam I remembering him coming over to the house to talk to my Dad who was also a Marine in WWII and Korea. There will never be another one like him, Semper Fi “cuz” and thank you for your service to our great country.

  37. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  38. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  39. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  40. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  41. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  42. Dear Frankie,

    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.

    Coach Panozzo

  43. Cheryl and family,
    Please accept our condolences on the passing of Frankie. We lived next door and grew up with the Spinuzzi clan and I have very fond memories of each and everyone of them. Many memories of Frankie at The Hangar behind the bar and Frannie in the kitchen! We were very fortunate to have Frankie and his family such a big part of our lives for many years.
    RIP friend.

    The Luiz Family

  44. Dear Frankie,

    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.

    Coach Panozzo

  45. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  46. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  47. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  48. Dear Frankie,

    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.

    Coach Panozzo

  49. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  50. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  51. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  52. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  53. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  54. Cheryl, Christy, Frank and Crystal,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You father was always so proud of you and always wanting to protect you. I remember when he moved in across the street he would drive up to the house and come over and chat with me. He would start about something random and then start asking about Christy or Frankie, he always wanted the “insider” information. So also, let me apologize for giving in to him often times. Especially on you Christy. πŸ™‚

    My memory of him was he treated me as a human and as a high schooler that isn’t common. I also remember him giving me great advice when I got into trouble (often).

    May his memory be eternal!

  55. Christy and Family,
    Our Condolences on the passing of your Dad!
    So many fun memories at the Hanger he was the life of the party thats for sure.
    Thanks for your service and may he R.I.P.
    Remember all the Great Memories you had!!

  56. Dear Frankie,

    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.

    Coach Panozzo

  57. Dear Frankie,

    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.

    Coach Panozzo

  58. Dear Frankie,

    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.

    Coach Panozzo

  59. So very sorry to hear of Frankie’s passing. I went to school with both frank and Sammie.Many fond memories of both.

  60. Sending my condolences to your family, my mom and dad Frank & Barb were regulars at The Hangar, they loved Frank, I met him on many occasions on my trips to Pueblo to see my parents….sending much love. Both mom and and are also gone, I have great memories of Frank and his warmth and generosity.

  61. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  62. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  63. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  64. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  65. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  66. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  67. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  68. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  69. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  70. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  71. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  72. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  73. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  74. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  75. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  76. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  77. Bless Frankie & his family! I have so many great memories at the Brass Horn & Hangar. Frankie was the life of the party! My parents knew him when he was young & told me he was so honorary, great kid!
    RIP! There will be a party in heaven!

  78. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  79. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  80. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  81. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  82. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  83. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  84. Dear Frankie,
    Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing and talking with your father at the Mines football games or stopping to eat at The Hangar on a football trip. I have always appreciated his generosity and friendship during the CSM years. God bless you and your family.
    Coach Panozzo

  85. So sad to hear of Frank’s passing. Fond memories of time spent at the Brass Horn & the Hangar. Also, great memories of him supporting his son through his years playing football at Centennial…to this day one of the very best players I had the privilege of coaching. My heart goes out to Frankie & the rest of the Spinuzzi family. RIP, my good friend.
    Coach Tom Brockman

  86. Would like to send our condolences to the Spinuzzi family. Prayers from our family to yours during this time of loss.

  87. Dear Cheryl and family,
    I am so sorry for the loss of Frankie. He was such a part of my childhood and my family. I know that he has struggled so hard and long and hope that he is finally at peace. All my love to you and the family.

  88. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .

  89. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .

  90. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .

  91. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .

  92. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .

  93. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .

  94. SO sorry for your loss, Frank was a champion and was loved by all. WE had plenty memories and enjoyed life to the fullest. Rest in peace .


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