Frank Flati

Obituary of Frank Flati

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Frank was born in Philadelphia on November 27, 1933, the youngest of 9 children. He was taken from us suddenly and is survived by many loving nieces, nephews, their children and their children's children. He grew up in Corpus Christi parish and was very close to his family observing wonderful Italian traditions and frequent family gatherings. As a youth, he had a mischievous and adventurous personality. As an adult, his sense of humor was matched only by his deep compassion for his fellow man. He quietly and unselfishly gave of his time to those in need. He was very interested in medical science and had many friends who were in that field. He served as an MP in the Army at the end of WW2. Eventually, he became a Real Estate Agent handling multiple properties in and around Center City. Upon retiring, he made frequent trips to Cape May visiting with family. He was well read and traveled all over the world. He loved his long-time residence at "The Kennedy House" and made lifetime friends with other residents. His family knew him as a kind, thoughtful and loving man whose energy and sense of adventure was almost limitless. If you met Frank, you liked him; if you knew Frank, you loved him. He will be greatly missed.
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Frank Flati

1933 - 2022

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