Danville, NH — Francis “Frank” Panasci, 89, of Danville, NH died Sat., November 24th at Colonial Poplin Nursing Home in Fremont. Frank was born and educated in Brooklyn, NY the son of the late Josephine (Salmeri) and Salvatore Panasci. He served in the US Army Air Force during WW II. He was a butcher and he retired from Central Meat Market which he owned and operated. He previously lived in Pennsylvania and East Hampstead and Salem, NH. Frank enjoyed gardening, cooking and was devoted to his family. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Mary (Longo) Panasci, his son, Francis, Jr. and 6 of his 8 siblings. Frank is survived by his son, Joseph Panasci and wife Pat of Philadelphia, PA;
his daughters, Josephine Panasci and husband Kenneth Peterson of Danville, NH and
Linda and husband Leonard Eden of Salem, NH; his brother, Steve Panasci of FL; his sister, Gloria Giacaloni of NJ; 2 grandchildren, Melissa and Scott Panasci and many beloved nieces and nephews.
ARRANGEMENTS: Calling hours will be Tuesday from 4-7 PM at Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Salem, NH. The Funeral Service will follow at 7PM. Burial will be in Pennsylvania in the spring. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Frank’s name to: Colonial Poplin Activities Fund, 442 Main St., Fremont, NH 03044.
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Published on  December 6, 2012