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Francis  W. 'Frankie'  Carino

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“I lived next door with my grandma, I met Frankie & skipper , we were close friends , my prayers go out to Frankie & skipperTim Coyne ”
1 of 30 | Posted by: Timmy Coyne - Revere, MA

“I bought a tractor trailer dump truck today 1/24 scale model painted Boston Sand and Gravel red tractor and yellow dump. I said to my brother who...Read More »
2 of 30 | Posted by: Rocco William Billy DeRose - MA

Frank with Lily and Ava
3 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino

Young frank
4 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino

Frank, parents and grandparents
5 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino

Frank, Ginny, Ava and Lily. Family
6 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino

Frank and daughter Lily
7 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino

The incredibly iconic 15 year old black truck that looked like he bought it yesterday
8 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino

“Frankie,Skip and I spent a ton of good times together from 1964-67,high school days in Revere. Corvettes, firecrackers, baseball and swimming come to...Read More »
9 of 30 | Posted by: Overlan - Canton

“Ginny, I heard about Frank yesterday.. I am so sorry for your terrible loss.Karen and I remember him Fondly. All that have written here; have such...Read More »
10 of 30 | Posted by: Karnig Durgarian - Hopkinton, MA

“I want to start by saying no matter what time of day or night Frank was Special Guy Best Friend you could have no matter how bad things were going...Read More »
11 of 30 | Posted by: Pat Politano - Revere, MA

“My Little Brother FrankieBringing people joy and bringing them together was what he loved most. Each and every friend made up Frankie's life. They...Read More »
12 of 30 | Posted by: Skipper Carino - Walpole, MA

“Ginny,Sorry for your loss, Frankie was a good guy. Sorry, just found out.-JD ”
13 of 30 | Posted by: Jimmy D - Revere, MA

“Skipper, you and the Carino are in our prayers. Very sorry to hear of your loss.God bless Frankie. ”
14 of 30 | Posted by: Allan and Gretchen yaeger - CT

“SO SADDENED to hear about Frankie's passing..his WONDERFUL SPIRIT will live on forever...my SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO GINNY, THE GIRLS & FAMILY... ”
15 of 30 | Posted by: Mary Martinelli - Revere, MA

“SO SADDENED to hear about Frankie's passing..his WONDERFUL SPIRIT will live on forever...my SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO GINNY, THE GIRLS & FAMILY... ”
16 of 30 | Posted by: Mary Martinelli - Revere, MA

“Frankie was always an awesome guy. We had so much fun at Revere Beach and he was always up for an adventure. You will be missed. ”
17 of 30 | Posted by: Susan Olsen - Revere, MA


18 of 30 | Posted by: Susan Olsen - Revere, MA

“Although we have not seen a lot of Frankie, he will always be remembered by all of us for his sense of humor and his fun infectious laugh. Rest in...Read More »
19 of 30 | Posted by: Pat & Bill Boyer - Melrose, MA

“You can usually count on one hand, the people you know who can make you smile and laugh within the first 30 seconds of standing in their presence. ...Read More »
20 of 30 | Posted by: Christine Molle - Stoneham, MA

“My dear fried Frankie so sad you left us. We had so much fun together , from driving around in your van listening to music and then hanging down the...Read More »
21 of 30 | Posted by: David Ventola - Revere, MA

“My father was the greatest man I ever met. Truly so loving and had such a kind spirit. Even though he's not physically with us anymore, he's with us...Read More »
22 of 30 | Posted by: Lily Carino - Newton, MA

“To the Carino and Papa Family, We send our deepest condolences for your loss of Dear Frankie. What a super Guy! I, Linda, am the sister-in-law...Read More »
23 of 30 | Posted by: Linda (DeMarco) and Art Giarratana - GA

“Where do you start Hill Park,Broadway,Revere ST.,The Ave,The Beach,The Pines, To Trucking Cross Country . Frankie was an Ambassador of Joy to...Read More »
24 of 30 | Posted by: Charles Henry - Fort Lauderdal, FL

“Frankie was one of the best , we go way back to the old revere neighborhood. Then on to Mr. Donut always a smile a laugh keep on trucking brother ”
25 of 30 | Posted by: David Pignone - Revere, MA

“We are deeply saddened to learn of Frankie's passing. He was the dearest neighbor anyone could have. ”
26 of 30 | Posted by: Leslie and Bob Stacks - Newton, MA

“Everyone who knew Frankie loved him. Always a smile, a kind word and a good laugh. He was a special person and will be missed by all who were lucky...Read More »
27 of 30 | Posted by: Carol Beaudoin - Fort Lauderdale, FL

“Frankie was a friend and an employee. Never a dull moment when Frankie was around, he was the ultimate joke teller with the best animation possible....Read More »
28 of 30 | Posted by: Rosemary Kelley - Ft Lauderdale, FL

“Ginny & family especially the little princess's I cannot say enough of how Franky lit up our world ! Franky was loved and admired and mostly amused...Read More »
29 of 30 | Posted by: Nancy Nigro - Peabody, MA

“One of the greatest guys I ever met, never met anyone that wouldn't have a kind word for Franky, at Mister Dounut in Revere every night with the guys...Read More »
30 of 30 | Posted by: Rudy Cataldo - Revere, MA


Mr. Francis W. 'Frankie' Carino, of Newton, died Tuesday, February 12, 2019 in Newton-Wellesley Hospital. He was 68.

Born on July 27, 1950 in East Boston he was a son of the late Biagio and Dorothy (Boyer) Carino. Raised in Revere he graduated from Revere High School. He had a lifelong love and friendship with Virginia A. Papa and on May 10, 2003 they married in Boston. A longtime Winthrop resident he moved to Newton in 1996.

Frankie worked in construction, primarily as a truck driver both independently as well as for other construction companies throughout greater Boston. He was able to easily describe the many developments and building projects that he was a part of in and around Boston.

Frankie loved life and the people in it. With his outgoing personality and contagious sense of humor he will be remembered as the constant jokester with his wonderful ability to make others laugh. Often dubbed 'The Mayor' he was a familiar and much loved face wherever he traveled. It took him little time for acquaintances to become friends. But at the end of the day all that mattered to Frankie was his family…most special his three princesses, Ginny, Ava and Lily…and his much loved dog named 'Princess'.

In addition to his wife, Ginny he leaves his twin daughters, Ava R. and Lily R. Carino all of Newton; his siblings, William 'Skipper' Carino of Walpole and Christine DeMarco (Bobby) of Clayton, North Carolina; his sister-in-law Jeanne Papa of Lexington and brother-in-law, William Papa (Dorothy) of Salem; also survived by nieces & nephews.

Family and friends will honor and remember Frankie's life by gathering for calling hours in The Joyce Funeral Home, 245 Main Street (Rte. 20), Waltham on Monday, February 18th from 3 to 7 p.m. and again on Tuesday when his funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in Newton Cemetery, Newton.

Memorials in his name to the Ava & Lily Carino Education Fund, made payable to Virginia Papa, in c/o Bank of America, 1 Chestnut Street, Newton, MA 02465.

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