S: In Loving Memroy of Dad: Frank J. Moya
BC: Monday January 3, 2011 Memorial Mass 10:30 am Holy Rosary Church 80 Jerome Avenue Staten Island, NY 10305 | Buried at Cemetery of Resurrection 361 Sharrott Avenue Staten Island, NY 10309 | Rest in peace...
FC: In Loving Memory of Dad Frank J. Moya 1940-2010
1: Cuba | Frank J. Moya was born August 14, 1940 in Puerto Padre, Cuba to Micaela Gloria de la Peña and Francisco Moya.
2: He emigrated to New York City in 1959 and served in the United States Army for two years, stationed in Hanau, Germany. | Army Soldier
3: His first son (Big) Frankie was born August 7, 1963 to Margaret Pardina. | First Love
4: He married Gloria Peña in 1963 and his second son, (Little) Frankie was born January 24th, 1964. | First Family
5: His first daughter, Mireille, was born March 25th, 1971. He lived in upper Manhattan during this period.
6: Second Family | He married Carol Cama in 1973 and his second daughter, Danielle, was born August 16, 1976. Together they lived in Brooklyn until 1981, when they then settled in Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island.
7: He worked for an import company, E. D. & F. Mann Cocoa Inc., Manhattan, for most of his life and became a respected cocoa grader for the New York Board of Trade (now Intercontinental Exchange Futures) in 1984, for which he worked periodically until his passing (officially) December 24th, 2010. | Career
8: He was a very caring husband to Carol and supported her through her battle with cancer until her passing in March 1995, from which he never truly recovered. The family speculates, as all evidence shows, that he really died on the eve of his wedding anniversary to Carol, December 21, fulfilling his desire to finally reunite with the love of his life. | Eternal Love
9: Mothers & Siblings 1972-1982
10: Frank was a talented artist, an avid reader and classical music enthusiast. He was a big fan of boxing and enjoyed photography and ethnic cuisines. | Pastimes
12: Recent Memories 1998-2009
13: It was clear that he loved his four children and five grandchildren, Danielle, Zakkery, Owen, Marissa and Alessandra, deeply. | Grandfather
14: Honoring a Veteran
15: Together in Loving Memory | Dad, we all love you and miss you immensely.