Frank Feinstein 93. passed away peacefully Tuesday July 27, at the Cortland Regional Nursing Facility in Cortland. He was born April 13th, 1917 in New York City to Samuel and Sadie Feinstein, and was predeceased by his wife of forty-eight years, Kathleen Torguati in 1993.
Surviving are his son David (Denise) Feinstein and granddaughters Emily and Eleanor, and daughter Valerie (Donn) Sopp and grandchildren Daniel and Chad. He is also predeceased by his sister Sylvia (Alex) Polonofsky of Miami Florida.
Frank served four years in the U.S. Tank Corps. in WWII. , and retired as Administrative Manager of the Floriiculture Dept. from Cornell University in 1985. Frank enjoyed spending timewith his family, and was a lover of all animals, especially his dog. He was an avid golfer and a long time fan of the NY Yankees.
There will be no calling hours. A service will be held for family and close friends 1:00 pm Thursday April 29 at the Wright-Beard Funeral Home 9 Lincoln Ave. Cortland. Burial will follow in St.Mary's Cemetery.
Contributions in Frank's name may be directed to the Cortland County SPCA 879 McLean Road Cortland, NY 13045.
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My condolences at your Father's passing, I remember Mr. Feinstein and Mr. Padavona enjoying coffee together at Walden Place, where I once worked, and it was so nice to see those two gentlemen taking off out of there to go to dinner, and the whole getting ready to "blow that popscicle stand" and go somewhere else...they were content to have something to do, and I often wondered what they were up to! Thanks for the opportunity for me to get to know Mr. Feinstein, I will never forget that gentleman!!!! Berni Torres, LPN
Val, I was so sorry to read about your dad. My deepest sympathy. Jud Holland
Dear Feinstein Family, I just want to offer my condolences. I had the pleasure of taking care of your father at CRMC Nursing Facility for over a year. He was one of the sweetest men and truly one of my favorite residents. I hope you know how much he loved all of you and your Mother. When he did talk to us it was always about what a great family he had. He was very proud of the pictures he donned on his wall. I am sorry to hear that he will no longer be with us and hope you suredly know that he will be missed. I have made a donation to the SPCA in his honor and thank you so much for sharing your wonderful Father with me. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Heather Hall CRMC CNA
My deepest sympathies to the family. It was a pleasure to take care of such a fine man. He will be missed by all the staff on Cedar Run.
Val and David, So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Please accept my condolences.