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1953 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
FRANK ERRICHETTO Frank Thomas "Chet" Errichetto, 65, passed away Wednesday morning August 29, 2018 in Sahuarita, Ariz. from complications of COPD. HIs family was with him on the eve of his passing. He was born February 15, 1953 in Sharon, Penn. to the late Frank and Helen (nee Chambers) Errichetto. Throughout his youth in Masury, Ohio, Frank was outgoing and athletic. He played baseball, football and basketball at Brookfield High School. He received an art degree from Thiel College in Greenville, Penn., where he played baseball and was a member of the Alpha Chi Ro Fraternity. He was selected to the 1973 All Conference Presidents Athletic Baseball Team and also won the conference batting title that same year. Shortly after graduating from Thiel in 1976, he married, relocated to Las Vegas and started a family. He was a skilled and creative carpenter who earned a living designing and building custom doors and supervising door shops. He also coached Little League and youth basketball. In 1994, Frank was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Though it affected his hands, he continued to use his artistic abilities. Family and friends recall his intricate pumpkins on Halloween and elaborate sandcastles on summer beach vacations. In 2006, Frank returned to Eastern Ohio; however, always having a fondness for sun and warmth, he relocated to Arizona in 2015. There he resided in an independent senior community and enjoyed being a member of the choir and playing mahjong with his friends. Frank was an early riser, a hard worker and a lover of music. Even though many friends had not seen him in a long time, he was always endeared and loved in their hearts. He left a lasting impression on all he met and will be truly missed. He preceded his sister, Gay Errichetto of Masury, OH, in death by just 11 days. He is survived by his daughter, Larissa (Byron) Evans; son, Nick Errichetto; grandson, Cru Evans; and a number of nieces and nephews. Private services will be held. Donations in his memory to the National MS Society or Oshyn Hospice are appreciated.
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