Frankie Joseph Mirabella III

frank-mirabella-iii002Frankie Joseph Mirabella III, 38, of Missouri City, TX, passed away November 12, 2016, in League City, TX.  He was born March 18, 1978, to Amber and Frank Mirabella, Jr. in Houston, TX. Frankie worked for Triple C Electrical and was a member of Sugar Creek Baptist Church.  He will always be remembered as a big man with an even bigger heart.  He was loved by everyone whose lives he touched.  Frankie was preceded in death by his mother.

Frankie is survived by his father Frank Joseph Mirabella, Jr., and his step-mother Anita Mirabella; son, Frank Mirabella IV; brother, Dustin Mirabella; step-sisters Alison and Rachel Miller; step-brother, James Miller and wife Lauren; nieces Alayna and Mercedes Mirabella; and numerous Aunts, Uncles, and cousins.

A celebration of his life will be held 2:00 pm, Saturday, November 19, 2016, at Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, 851 FM 517 Rd W., Dickinson, TX.

The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to Partnership for Drug Free Kids ( in Frankie Mirabella’s memory.


  1. My prayers and deepest condolences to the Mirabella family and extended family and friends. My GOD keep his hand on everyone through this very tough time.
    I was honored to work with Frank at Triple C. He was such a positive person that gave me so much inspiration in my life just being around him by the great attitude he had and always a smile on his face. In the short time working together we had a lot of good laughs. Rest in Paradise Frank!

    Alex Benavidez
  2. Frankie worked for me and all I can say is… “What a guy!”

    Well liked, well spoken, always positive, never negative; Frankie was as a true encourager. Yes, Frankie was (and still is) a sweet spirit.

    Some might see Frankie’s death as tragic, and in some ways, it is. But no matter how we slice it, life is but a vapor trail. Life here on planet Earth is tenuous at best. From the very beginning, we are all headed to the grave. What is most important is that we all live today in preparation for the eternity to come. Frankie did just that.

    Frankie knew the Lord. Oh yes, Frankie loved Jesus, and testified that to me when I tried to witness Christ to him. Frankie knew Jesus, Frankie loved Jesus, and today, because of his faith in Christ, Frankie is now face to face with his Creator living in unimaginable Glory. Forever and ever.


    “Praise the Lord,
    Praise the Lord,
    And bless his holy name…
    ‘Cuz he don’t ever change.
    He’s the one,
    He’s the one,
    It don’t matter what you’ve done,
    He’s gonna love you just the same!”

    Mike C.

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