Frank Russo, 78

Russo's Auto Service owner

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Frank Russo, 78, formerly of Oak Park, died on May 31, 2020. Born in Oak Park, he raised his family in Glen Ellyn, and retired to Phoenix, Arizona. A veteran of the U.S. Army and National Guard, he owned and operated Russo's Auto service in Oak Park for over 40 years.

Frank was the husband of Dorothy for 57 years; the father of Frank (Margaret) Russo, Deborah (Richard) Albaugh, Tina (Damian) Bierman, and Joseph (Kristin) Russo; the grandfather of Isabella, Daniella, Jake, Ethan, Carson, Stevie, Gianna, Everly, Milena, Lilah, and Joey; the uncle of many nieces and nephews; and the brother of Anne (the late James) Hoey, Lee (Richard) Graton, Tony (the late Sharon) Russo, Rose (the late Robert) Nowak, Sam Russo, and Christine (John) Kurowski.  

Funeral services and a funeral Mass will be held at a later date.

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