|Birth: ||Dec. 22, 1902|
|Death: ||Mar. 8, 1965|
Frank Medeiros was the son of Joe Medeiros and Mary Rossario (?) of Texas. He married Connie (Concepcion) Fierro and together they had five children: Frank Jr., Manuel, Theresa, Corinne (my Mother) and Isidore.
My Grandfather died of a massive heart attack when I was just six years old. He and my beloved "Nana" had been separated for some years, but still spent time together with the family, especially on holidays and birthdays. The family does not recall very many good memories of my Grandpa because he apparently did not treat Nana very well. He was also very strict with his children, especially the boys, and did not "spare the rod", making the five of them on edge around him, fearing they would make him mad. I can remember my Grandpa vividly after all these years. He wasn't a very tall man, a little round in the middle, and loved smoking cigars. Along with those cigars, he also enjoyed a little "nip" followed by a beer. He had sort of a gruff voice, spoke loudly and laughed even louder! You never had to wonder what he was thinking or how he felt, because he was very outspoken and made his feelings well known. He had his favorites in the family, and favored my Auntie Terry of his children, and me, who he nicknamed "Kiki" of his grandchildren. I secretly wished we were ALL his favorite. Grandpa owned a very successful bicycle shop in Fall River, Massachusetts, and I'll never forget the day he gave my cousin Cindy and I a bicycle-built-for-two for our birthdays (which were 1 day apart). How we loved that bike! After he died, I remember not wanting to ride it anymore, but keep it safe and sound in the basement.
Rest In Peace, Grandpa. Your Kiki
Concepcion (Connie) Fierro Medeiros (1908 - 1984)
Notre Dame Cemetery
Created by: Chris
Record added: May 14, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19378049
Grandpa,I will keep your memory alive. Please know I love you. Your Kiki xxx|
Added: May. 23, 2008
In rememberance of Frank Medeiros. God bless you sir.|
Strings of the Heart
Added: May. 29, 2007