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Frank Pulcrano, 86 resident of Marco Island, FL passed away peacefully at Physicians Regional Hospital, Naples, FL on Monday, November 2nd, 2020. Frank was born in Bayonne, NJ, and married 64 years to his deceased wife Marilyn Pulcrano. Frank is preceded in death by his father and mother Thomas and Anna Pulcrano and stepmother Theresa Pulcrano. Frank is survived by his sister Camille Wilkinson, Brick, NJ. Frank has 3 children and 6 grandchildren. James (Annabel) Pulcrano, Buchillon, Switzerland, Donna Stevenson, Nashville, TN, Richard (Lisa) Pulcrano, Huntington, WV. His 6 grandchildren - Marisa (Cedric) Schwab, San Francisco CA, Rebecca Pulcrano, Guerneville, CA, Allison (Louis) Lagakis, Charleston, SC, Nicholas Pulcrano, Huntington, WV, Matthew Stevenson, Rock Hill, SC and Jack Pulcrano, Buchillon, Switzerland. Frank rose through the ranks, first as a draftsman, eventually as a senior engineer, head of R&D, and then plant manager, all at ACF (a freight train manufacturer). After ACF he was head of purchasing at TWA and eventually as president of a subsidiary company of AAR (an airline industry supplier). Frank retired at 62 years of age and lived in Rock Hill, SC and Marco Island, FL. In his retirement he loved to play golf, fish, play Gin Rummy, and most of all be married to his wife Marilyn for 64 years. Frank and Marilyn had many friends from all over the world and cherished these friendships. Frank was a member of the San Marco Catholic Church and in the Knights of Columbus. When Frank passed, he took his last breath on earth and took his first breath in Heaven joining the love of his life. Now they are together again watching over their children, grandchildren, and their friends from around the world. There will be a Mass on November 19th at 1 PM at the San Marco Catholic Church, 851 San Marco Road, Marco Island, FL 34145 and a celebration to follow at the ClubHouse at Grand Bay in Marco Island. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Frank and Marilyn's memory to Avow Hospice of Naples, FL. 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, FL 34105