Frank John D’Agostaro

zFrank John D’Agostaro, of League City, passed away on Friday August 1, 2014 at his home in League City, Texas at the age of 88. He was born on February 18, 1926 in Manhattan, New York to Lucio and Maria D’Agostaro. Frank proudly served his Country in the United States Army Air Corp in World War II. He used the GI Bill to earn two Master Degrees from NYU and Montclair State. In 1951 Frank married Lauretta and began their family with three children. Later, Frank and Lauretta moved to Texas and joined Saint Mary Catholic Church in League City were Frank became a Eucharistic Minister. He is survived by his loving wife of 63 years Lauretta, daughter Lori Bozdech and husband Greg, sons Louis D’Agostaro and wife Cherl, David D’Agostaro and wife Kathryn Courtney, sister Rosina DeMarco, brother Angelo D’Agostaro and wife Ida, grandchildren Kirsten Shook and husband Warren, Ross D’Agostaro and wife Stacy, Francesca D’Agostaro, Courtney D’Agostaro, Joseph Bozdech, Carri Ivanac and husband Joel and great-grandchild Raina. The Family will receive friends on Monday, August 4, 2014 from 6-8:00pm with a Rosary at 7 o’clock at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main Street, League City, Texas 77573. A Funeral Mass will follow on Tuesday at 10:30am at St Mary Catholic Church, 1612 East Walker, League City, Texas 77573. In lieu of flowers, you may send a memorial donation to the Alzheimer’s Foundation.


  1. My Dear Uncle Frankie, You made a beautiful and permanent difference in my life, and the lives of countless others! Your strong faith, love of family and friends, sense
    of adventure, humor, loving heart, and zest for life, were a great inspiration to all!!! I feel richly blessed by you, and will cherish you forever, in my

  2. You made a beautiful and important difference in my life and the lives of countless
    others! Your strong faith, genuine love of family, kind heart, sense of
    adventure, humor, and zest for life, were an inspiration to all! You richly blessed my life, dear uncle, and will be forever cherished in my heart! God bless you, Aunt Laura and my dear cousins always! I Love You all! xox

  3. A wonderfully protective brother and uncle to us and always a fine model of how we should shape our Christian lives. Always wanting to fix everything materially, spiritually and emotionally. Will forever treasure his handmade wooden crafts created with his own brand of love and expertise. So generous even to extent of sharing with his Sister Sadie the date he entered this world and now sharing with his mother the date they left this world. He surely had a most gracious welcome into the Kingdom of Eternal Paradise! XOXO

    Angelo, Ida and Family
  4. We have enjoyed getting to know Frank and Laura at St. Mary Catholic Church in League City. We have had the opportunity to sit behind them at 8:30 mass for at least 7 years (maybe more). We have often enjoyed breakfast together at McDonalds after mass. Frank and Laura were an integral part of our prayer circle when we adopted our precious daughter.
    We have so many wonderful memories of Frank and we will miss him dearly.
    God bless you, dearest Frank.
    With loving memories,
    The Rosses,
    Dawn, Steve and Jasmine

    Dawn, Steve and Jasmine Ross

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