Frank "Candyman" A. Vergata
February 16, 1932 - June 25, 2021
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14875 West Greenfield Avenue
New Berlin, WI 53151
Tuesday 6/29, 10:30 am

A loving father and family man, Frank Vergata has been reunited with the love of his life, Kathryne “Kay”, and daughter, Jill. Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska following his military service, Frank and Kay made Brookfield their home for over 50 years. Frank is survived by his children, John (Carol) Vergata, Jim (Cheryl) Vergata,…

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Amy left a message on August 6, 2021:
My condolences for your loss. Frank worked on my car a few times as a broke 20 year old. I really appreciate his kind help at a reasonable price. My grandfather, John Musil and Frank worked together for many years at Miller. I remember Frank always being so kind and friendly and always organizing get togethers. When Frank would call I would ask how he was and he would always respond “like the bottom of the furnace just grate” always made me laugh. Find comfort in memories. Amy Meier
Susan Valdes left a message on July 15, 2021:
I'm so sorry about Frank. All I can say is everyone loved Frank. I spoke to Frank about my mother being ill for these past years and he was a great listener and always had the positive side for me. I will miss him very much. All my love. Sue-Sue.
Joe & Sue Puhek left a message on June 30, 2021:
We were sad to learn of Frank's passing and very sorry for your loss. He was a kind man who always had concern and respect for others. He was fun loving and a joy to be with. We knew Frank from Immaculate Heart of Mary Church when we were parishioners. After we left the parish, Frank kept in touch with us. We always enjoyed frequent phone chats. We will miss him! Joe & Sue Puhek
Paul Brown left a message on June 30, 2021:
Frank was a great neighbor and friend. Always kind and had a smile. He gave me my start in auto mechanics in high school, that meant a lot. He's now entrusted to the Lord Jesus.
Dean Stockfisch left a message on June 30, 2021:
So sad to here this. Frank is now at rest and with his wonderful wife Kay. I worked with Frank many years at Ball Corporation. I remember many times asking Frank "how you doing Frank". He always responded "like the bottom of a furnace, Just Great" and always had a piece of candy for anyone who passed by him. A wonderful person and friend. God bless
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