It is with great sadness that the family of Frank P. DiLollo, announces his peaceful passing on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 in the wee hours of the morning, in his cherished home in Clark.
DiLollo is survived by his beloved wife, Elizabeth (Bette) DiLollo, his two children, son Dr. Frank. P. DiLollo III, daughter in law Caterina DiLollo, daughter Jennifer C. Mortarulo, and son-in-law Joseph A. Mortarulo, and his seven beautiful granddaughters, Gabriella, Sabrina, Francesca, Isabella and Carina DiLollo, and Mia and Lyla Mortarulo.
DiLollo, born in Elizabeth, raised in Clark was a Commercial Roofing Contractor for the bulk of his life and was extremely proud of the work he accomplished within his field. He was the only roofing contractor of his time that was certified to apply the material Derbrigum.
His career as a Commercial Roofer spanned 45 years of his life. By a surprise turn of events, Frank found himself as an owner of a restaurant in Westfield, Sweet Waters Steak House, which has been in business for twenty years now. You could find Frank and his wife Bette enjoying a cocktail at table 24 just before the dinner rush on most nights over the past 10 years.
Frank was proud of his accomplishments in his career, but nothing made him prouder than his seven beautiful granddaughters, ages spanning from 23 to 10 years of age.
Frank will be remembered by many as a good friend, faithful husband, strong father, hard worker, resolute boss, and someone who you knew would always tell you like it is.
A wake service was held at Higgins and Bonner in Westfield April 29. Memorial service were held at St. Bartholomew the Apostle Church in Scotch Plains on Friday, April 30. The Memorial service will set to be livestreamed at stbarhtolomewchurch.org.
In leu of flowers donate to the Prostate Cancer Foundation at pcf.org.