Frank (sometimes Cisco) was a father who was extremely dependable and young at heart. He passed away at just 51 years old shortly after being diagnosed of a lung disease.
Frank was born in May of 1970 in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the 4th of 7 children born to his parents Ofelia and Francisco Garcia. His urn will be placed in Tucson, Arizona beside his brother Carlos V. Garcia which is what he had wanted for himself.
At the age of 18 Frank enlisted into the Marine Corps and went off to boot camp after graduating high school. Through 1989-1992 He did a tour in Iraq and was able to travel the world in places such as China, Thailand, Japan, etc…
Frank loved music, singing, and playing on the guitar. Those jam sessions in grandma’s backyard will forever be cherished and everlasting. He was a great story teller with a great attention to detail, always hit the mark, with an excellent punchline. Frank lived a life that could have been easily made into a movie with him as the bold main character.
His children’s happiness was the most important thing in the world to Frank, they always came first. A dependable father to Laura Jo Garcia, Francisco (Frankie) Jose Garcia, and Antonio (Tono) Garcia. Frank would tell you that his children are his greatest accomplishments.
Frank worked hard so he could provide for his loved ones. If you needed something and he had it, it was yours. He wouldn’t hesitate because if he loved you he had your back. He is a man, son, father, brother, friend that will surely be missed by all.
All service will be held at the Adair Avalon Chapel 8090 N. Northern Ave Tucson, AZ 85704
A visitation will be held from 1230pm-2pm on Friday 10/29/2021
Service will start at 2pm on Friday 10/29/2021
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