Frank Dinverno

Obituary of Frank Dinverno

Frank Dinverno, 77 of Barnegat, NJ passed away peacefully on April 1st, 2021 from various illnesses. Born in Newark, First Ward, Frank lived in Belleville for many years, before moving to Barnegat 11 years ago. Loving Husband of the late Janet A. Dinverno, his beloved wife of 53 years. Frank is survived by his beloved sons, Frank Joseph Jr. & Christopher James.  He is also survived by his beloved sisters; Josephine Fetch (nee Dinverno) & Geraldine Wagner (nee Dinverno). as well as beloved brother-in Law to Richard Fetch Sr. “UNCLE FRANKIE”, was truly blessed with Nephews, Richard Fetch Jr, Anthony Fetch & Nieces, Lisa Cashin, Deborah Arocho, Michelle Leon & Danielle Smeraldo Also survived by his beloved “grand” nieces & nephews, who Frank considered grandchildren, Angelica, Jon & Joseph Arocho,   As well as Robert & Ryan Cashin, Marissa Elwood, Nicole Fetch, Kim Riccardi and Anthony Fetch Jr.  Also survived by 2 great-great nephews, Jackson & Nolan Elwood.   Frank was predeceased by his parents, Anthony & Florence Dinverno (nee Suppa) & Father & Mother-Law, Salvatore James & Concetta Verano (nee Restaino), Frank attended McKinley School then on to graduate from Barringer High School, Newark.  Frank also attended Rutgers College, Newark Frank started out in Advertising for Remco Toy Co. & Shiffenhaus Packaging, Newark. Later Frank was an Owner / Operator of Michael’s Limousines, Nutley. Retiring in 2010. An AVID sports fan, he would root for his teams METS & JETS faithfully!! Frank once was recruited by the Mets Farm League but due to an injury had to leave. One of his favorites was calling in to Mike & The MadDog on WFAN. Frank was also known as “Mr. Disney”. As the family’s tour guide for many years, he would navigate the family through the Magic Kingdom and end back on Main Street USA in time for the “Electrical Light Parade” asking “what time is the 9 o’clock parade??” Frank married his lifelong childhood sweetheart, Janet.  They would go on to being blessed as the first couple to get married in the newly built Holy Family Church, Nutley in 1966. Among other things, Frank’s pleasures were classic movies & nostaglia, “Star Trek”, a hot Roulette table, 29 BLACK!, Saturday nights on the dock listening to an oldies band, & of course Disney World for over 40 years!!  Visitation & Funeral Services are as follows: Saturday, May 15th 11:30am – Visitation (Church Vestibule) 12:30pm – Funeral Mass St. Mary’s of the Pines Church 100 Bishop Way, Manahawkin, NJ 08050
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