Frank Corcione, 1953~2018
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Frank Corcione, 64, a longtime resident of Moab, succumbed to cancer after a long six-year battle on April 12, 2018, surrounded by his loving family.

Frank was born June 16, 1953 in Elizabeth, NJ to Vincent and Carmela Alabise Corcione. He was a member of the local Elks Club and attended St. Pius X Catholic Church. He loved to golf, Lake Tahoe, and being back east in New Jersey with his family there. He especially loved spending time with his grandchildren.

Frank is survived by his wife Eva, and their children Shari (Paul), and Joseph (Angelina); stepchildren Patrick and Shawnell; grandchildren Tabitha, Trevor, Sierra, Kobi, Alexis and Michael; sisters Connie (Carmin) and Louise, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Frank was preceded in death by his parents Vincent and Carmela, and a grandson, Avery.

At Frank’s request cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at a later date.

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