It is with immense sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Frank (Francesco) Petrielli of Oakville. On April 4, 2023 he went peacefully in his sleep at his home to join his grandparents and other family who went before him. Beloved son of Mike and Laura Petrielli (nee Rezza), brother of Sandra McGillivray (Glenn) and Pina Petrielli. Father to Andrea and Mikayla Petrielli, friend to their Mother Cecile Legaspi and John Carlo Ganilla and Jessa Legaspi. Uncle to Ryan and Eric Sutton and Spencer and Samantha McGillivray. He will be greatly missed by them all.
Frank was born in Toronto on October 10th,1961 and lived in Oakville for most of his life. Frank worked at Ford for 31 years and retired in 2017. His greatest pride and joy was being a father to his beautiful daughters Andrea and Mikayla. Frank cherished his family and always supported his niece and nephews in all their endeavours. He always had positive regards towards his friends and family. He will always be remembered for his passionate personality, great sense of humour, and not to forget The Italian Stallion in his younger years. He enjoyed and accomplished many things including his Black belt in Taekwondo, played high school football, hockey, he loved movies, even had some acting gigs, enjoyed writing, music, sports and was a car enthusiast to name a few. His heart of gold and loyalty to those he loved will be forever missed.
Visitation will be held at the Glen Oaks Funeral Home, 3164 Ninth Line, Oakville on Tuesday April 11th from 5-8 p.m. The funeral service will be held at the funeral home chapel on Wednesday April 12, 2023 at 1p.m.
To view the service remotely via livestream, please click on the following link on Wednesday April 12th at 1p.m.
So so sorry to hear this news. I loved Frank back in high school. Loved his whole family. They were so so good to me. It’s been many years and I am not aware of the circumstances that are at play here. I just wish to pass on my love and blessings to Franks family. You were the best people. Bless all of you. Shanna McInnis Hurd. ❤️
I will never forget my first kiss with the Italian Stallion. He had grape bubble gum in his mouth and I threw up. That was the beginning and end of our romance at 16 years old and we have laughed about it ever since. We
remain dear friends to this day. I will always cherish the laughs, the fun times, and many many memories over the past 45 years. Forever in my heart, always love you and sending love and healing vibes through the universe to all his family and friends.