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Frank N. Cerino - 79

7/7/1940 - 7/26/2019

Beecher, Illinois

Frank N. Cerino. Age 79. Beecher resident formerly of Dolton and Chicago’s Roseland Neighborhood. Graduate of Thornton High School Class 1958. Worked for the City of Chicago and Village of Dolton Water Departments. Former umpire for the Dolton Park District Softball and Little League Baseball. Past football coach for St Nicholas Church football, Roseland. Husband for 60 years of Angeline nee Zanin. Father of Julie Ann (John) McCarthy, Carrie and Gina Cerino. Grandfather of Michael Anthony McCarthy, Jaclyn (Jordan) Knight, Krystle and Frank Tuthill. Great-grandfather of Braydon McCarthy, Brody, Austin, Colin and Gianna Knight. Son of the late Frances nee Aurella and Nicholas Cerino. Brother of Mary (Charles) McCrary, Nancy (Mark) LoBue, Nicholas (Toni) Cerino and the late Mary Cerino. Uncle and friend to many. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W 14th St (US Rt 30, 3 blks E of Western Ave), Chicago Heights on Friday August 2, 2019 from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Funeral Saturday 9:15 am from funeral home to St Liborius Church, 71 W 35th Street, Steger. Mass 10:00 am. Entombment Assumption Cemetery, Glenwood. Info 708-481-9230 and


  • Cheryl Kucer

    on 07/28/19

    Mr. Cerino has been my patient for the last 2 years. I fell in love with Frank and Angie and there daughters and granddaughters. Frank will truly be missed. He enjoyed my jokes and stories. He would laugh and say Shes something else isnt she? I was pleased to be able to bring him some laughs and relieve him from some of his problems. Angie will be my friend forever
    • Cheryl Kucer

      on 07/28/19

      Oh they adopted me as another daughter
  • Cathy Spalla Schiro

    on 07/28/19

    My deepest sympathy to the Cerino family .  We grew up 5 houses away on Sanderson in Dolton. Sending thoughts and prayers for our ole neighbor.  

  • TR22 Family

    on 07/29/19


          Your TR22 family sends our condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. You are all in our thoughts! 

  • Al Adducci

    on 08/02/19

    I was very lucky to have Frank Cerino, as my Football Coach, in 1967, at Saint Nicholas Elementary School, in Roseland Neighborhood of Chicago.  

    Coach Cerino was a master motivator, who loved performing in the arena of sports, to relish the chance to compete, never, ever give up, and play with pride.  He taught us all those things by both his words and actions!  His booming words of encouragement and correction, from the sideline, still echo in our heads. 

    The lessons he taught us transcend sport and prepared us for the challenges of life!   

    Condolences to Angie and the entire Cerino Family!

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