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Frank T. Crivello (1935-2015)
It is with heavy hearts that we honor the passing of our partner and dear friend, Frank T. Crivello. For those fortunate to have known Frank, his warmth and humor will be greatly missed. Crivello Carlson, S.C. would not be what it is today without his leadership and dedication.
Frank T. Crivello Sr. June 17, 1935 - March 27, 2015
Passed on into eternal life on Friday, March 27, in Naples, Florida after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 79 years. He is survived by his wife and remarkable caregiver of 23 years, Lou Crivello; his four children Carrie Mays, Frank (Laura) Crivello , Jennifer (Christopher) Ott and Beth (Adam) Crivello-Wagner; his two step-children Dave (Leisa) Burgess and Dale (Mary) Burgess; his 13 grandchildren and step-grandchildren; his brother, Bro. Mario Crivello, MI and sister Antoinette Leyda.
Visitation Tuesday April 7 from 2:30 PM until 5:30 PM at Lumen Christi Catholic Church (138 W. Buntrock Ave,Thiensville) Mass of Christian Burial immediately following at 6:00 PM. Private interment Zur Ruhe Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Frank’s name may be made to the Parkinson’s Association of Southwest Florida, 1048 Goodlette-Frank Road, Suite 201, Naples, Florida 34102.
Frank was simply adored by his family, many friends, colleagues and acquaintances that truly blessed his life. Always quick with a smile and a perfectly delivered joke, his presence brightened every golf course, courtroom, church and poker table he graced. Even as he stared multiple health issues in the face, he did so with kindness and humor, remaining focused on what matters – love and family. He never met a pasta he didn't like, a courtroom he couldn’t command or a tee box he couldn’t conquer. This giant of a man lived his life so thoughtfully, leaving nothing but happiness in his wake. Founding partner of Crivello Carlson, S.C. in Milwaukee, his close to 40 years of law practice earned him accolades and immense respect. He was more than an attorney – he was a mentor, a friend, a partner and a trusted confidant.
Special thanks to his healthcare providers who made his life living with Parkinson’s as comfortable as possible: Gus Moreno and Rosa Huseman of Naples, Fla.; Debbie Tatum and Connie Pawslowski of Grafton, Wis.; and Luther Manor Adult Day Services, Cedarburg, Wis.