Frank V. Ceanfaglione, a Parkville resident and former plant supervisor at S. Shapiro and Sons, died of pancreatic cancer Sunday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 82.
Born in Pratola, Italy, Mr. Ceanfaglione immigrated to West Virginia with his family at the age of 3 months. He married the former Bette Fanto in 1942. She died last month.
Mr. Ceanfaglione served in the Army in North Africa and Europe from 1942 to 1945 and received a certificate of recognition from the French government for his service on D-Day. After leaving the Army, he moved to Parkville and worked for S. Shapiro and Sons in downtown Baltimore. He retired from the company in 1982.
Mr. Ceanfaglione was an active member of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years. He planned and directed the Older Adult Experience at Camp Chesapeake, a camp for older adults, and was an adviser and counselor at a teen center, the Bolton Street Center.
Services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church, 6200 N. Charles St.
Mr. Ceanfaglione is survived by a son, Marc F. Ceanfaglione of Parkville; a daughter, Elizabeth M. Ceanfaglione of Pinehurst; six sisters, Stella, Florence, Rosie, Dolly, Diane and Esther Ceanfaglione, all of Aliquippa, Pa.; three brothers, Rocco, John and Paul Ceanfaglione, all of Aliquippa; three grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.