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What an exceptional life and family he had! This website is a wonderful testimony to that.
Frank was the first guy I met when gambling started. I was subbing on drums at Resorts and was scared to death. Frank took me under his wing with his big sound and superb time and helped me through. We played a lot jobs together and he was a wonderful human being as well as being a great player. RIP Frank.
Many great memories of the afternoon rehearsals at Frank's home in Bargaintown. Bobby Carter, Billy Dennison on piano, Ray Nunzi on drums, Horn players besides me included Joe Barret, Bobby Martin, Jack Melton, Jay Corre, John Guida, and Farnk holding it all together on the bottom. His spirituality and hospitality were his trademark, his is missed and well remembered Al Harrisaon
Dear Savarese family, Wow! We never realized he was so accomplished. He played with the best, most of whom we still listen to all day as the American Song Book standards play all day in our home. We taught for almost 40 years at Atlantic City High School, where we met and knew Juliet, who told us her husband was a musician but didn't let us know how talented both he and she were. We didn't know she was a trumpeter but will always remember her a lovely, lively, gracious lady with a vivacious personality that the staff were all fond of. Please accept our sympathy for your loss. Sincerely, Barbara and Ted Manos Margate, NJ We love and enjoy the family album pictures.