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Frank Charles Gunnuscio, Jr.

Frank Charles Gunnuscio Jr passed away peacefully on February 7th, 2018, at his home after a short battle with Mesothelioma. Frank was born October 20, 1946 to Frank Sr. and Kathleen Chadwick Gunnuscio in Salt Lake City, Utah. He grew up in Centerville, Utah. He served in the Navy prior to the Vietnam conflict. He worked as a truck driver for a few years and as a mechanic for over 40 years specializing as a brake mechanic. Frank married Pauline Ruckert in 1964, later divorced. He met and married Frances F. Witt, October 1994 in Porterville, California, making their home in Hanford, California. They later moved back to Utah in 1999 making their home in Kearns, Utah.
Frank loved the outdoors, fishing and hunting were part of his life at a very young age. He had a love for racing and was very disappointed to find out that they were closing the Rocky Mountain Raceway.
Frank is survived by his Wife Frances of Kearns, His children; Sons, Robert (Krystal) of Bernalillo, New Mexico, Brett (Monica) of Bountiful, Utah, Daughters Andrea (Michael) Whisenanat of Juneau, Alaska, Brenda (Michael) Gregg, of Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Donna Elwood, of Dunbar, Pennsylvania, Anita Gunnuscio of Huntington, Utah, Christina Gunnuscio, of Springville, Missouri. Brother Jim (MaryAnn) Gunnuscio of Woods Cross, Utah, 26 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren.
Frank is preceded in death by his parents and three children, Katrina Gunnuscio, Eric Gunnuscio, and Bobby Gunnuscio.
There will be a celebration of life to be announced later.

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  1. Maxine Halligan says:

    Sorry for your loss had fun when we were fishing. Take the time to grieve.

  2. Julie Ketterer says:

    He was my brother in law and brothers and sisters who loved him in the ketterer family although he lost his bolgo brother Barry in 2010 they are now fishing togetter in heaven

  3. Dolores says:

    So sorry for your loss. Junior was a much loved cousin with a special place in my heart.

  4. Neal Ketterer says:

    My brother, it’s been 3 weeks since you left us. I miss your daily call to me to talk shop about cars and to let me know that you care. I miss you so much big brother you’ll never know. Vie and I both love you with all our hearts. Your with you’re biological Mom Betty Ketterer again and Dad, Chet, Barry and the rest of the Ketterer family. God bless you big brother, I will see you again….

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