Frank Russell Licavoli went to meet his Savior on November 30, 2021. He passed away suddenly from natural causes.. Frank was born April 26, 1967 to Frank Salvatore Licavoli and Autumn Dean Underwood. Frank graduated from Vassar High School in 1985. He enlisted in the United States Army and served as an Infantryman in the 3rd U.S. Infantry, “The Old Guard.” He married his high school sweetheart, Julie Ann Stolz Licavoli, in December of 1987. Frank left the military to serve as a police officer in several departments in the thumb. After his police career was cut short due to an injury, he continued his career in law enforcement working for The Michigan Department of Corrections. Frank had a passion for coaching baseball and football at several schools in the area. He had a passion for fundraising and a goal for leaving a place better than he found it. Frank had the gift of making people feel loved whether you knew him for years or just rode his school bus. Frank was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed sharing his love of hunting and fishing with his friends and family. Frank was preceded in death by his mother, Autumn and his father in law, Thomas Stolz. He is survived by many loving family members: his wife of 34 years, Julie, their three children and their spouses Caleb and Katie Licavoli, Austin and Madison Licavoli, Hayley and Adam VanRavenswaay , his beloved granddaughter, Vera Eve, his father and stepmother, Frank and Angie Licavoli, brothers Dominick, Jason and Tony, Mother in law, Sharon Stolz, In laws Tom and Samantha Stolz, Lisa and Tim Vanlaan. Frank loved being an uncle to all of their children. He was greatly influenced by his beloved aunt, Mary Ann Curell. He will be missed by many aunts, uncles and cousins. He loved and was involved with every part of his family including Sunday Dinners with Candela cousins, family vacations, Deer Camp with the Licavoli’s, and any excuse to reconnect with people all over the country. Frank’s family would like to thank all of those who have already reached out with kind words, gestures or stories. The shared memories let us know just how many people he truly impacted in meaningful ways. The amount of former classmates, teammates, people he served with, students who rode his school bus, those he coached with, the athletes he coached; the friends he hunted, fished, and played cards with or those who knew him in passing that have shared the love they felt from and for Frank has been unbelievable. He will be so dearly and deeply missed.
Funeral service 1:00 PM on Thursday, December 9, 2021 at the First Baptist Church of Caro, where family and friends may visit 9:00 AM till time of service. Pastor Marc Herron officiating. Interment Wood Lawn Cemtery in Columbiaville, Michigan. Memorial contributions in memory of Frank may be made to the family so that they may share it with the various passions that made up his life. Arrangements entrusted to Jansen Family Funeral Home - Columbiaville.
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