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Gene 'Frank' Toscani Jr

gene toscani jr

Toscani, Gene, age 71, of Fort Lee, born on June 5, 1947 passed on Friday September 28, 2018. Beloved husband of Jane Toscani (Bernstein), loving father of Anita Good (Charles), cherished grandfather of Ryan, Jennifer, and Christopher; brother of Francesca Webber (Peter); Uncle of many nieces and nephews. Memorial Service on Sunday at Eden Memorial Chapels 327 Main Street Fort Lee, NJ. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the charity of your choice.

Visitation at Funeral Home

3:00 pm – 7:00 pm Sunday, September 30, 2018

Eden Memorial Chapels, Inc.
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States

Funeral Service

11:00 am Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Gutterman Warheit Memorial
7240 N Federal Hwy
Boca Raton, Florida, United States


Eternal Light Memorial Gardens
11520 Us Highway 441
Boyton Beach, Florida, United States

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  1. Suzette and I are heartbroken to learn of Genes passing. For the past 34 years he has been a friend and coworker. Serious, responsible, dependable and hard working. That was his mantra. With Janes prodding we converted him from operations to sales. It turned out to be right thing for all. Gene shared with me many times his fear of cancer because of family genetics. I told him not to worry about what may never happen. I was right about not to worry. Unfortunately he was right as well. He was a terrific husband, father, grandfather and brother. He will be missed

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with Jane who lost one of the most wonderful kind and understanding person that I know. Gene was always there when you needed him and his gentle manner was always comforting. He will be truly missed.

  3. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t think about you Dad. I am taking good care of your daughter and grandkids. I pray for you and Jane everyday. You were a good man and only hope that I can be a fraction of the father that you were to Anita. I miss you and love you…

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