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Frank J. Cordier, Jr.

Born: Wed., Jun. 27, 1934
Died: Mon., Jan. 25, 2021

At the family's request, funeral services and burial will be private


5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Jan. 28, 2021
Location: Redmond Funeral
Home, Inc.

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Frank J. Cordier, Jr., 86, of Buffalo Twp., passed away on Monday, January 25, 2021 peacefully, at UPMC Seneca Place in Verona. Frank was born in Natrona Heights, PA on June 27, 1934, a son of the late Marie (Rousseau) and Frank J. Cordier, Sr Frank worked as a lab technician at Alcoa Research and Development in Upper Burrell for 37 years, retiring in 1989. Frank was a Life Master in Duplicate Bridge. He had been a little league coach and umpire with the Freeport Little League Association. He enjoyed watching the Pittsburgh Penguins and loved going to the horse races Frank is survived by his son, David F. (Regan) Cordier, of Buffalo Twp. and his daughter, Melissa C. (Michael) Kossler, of Pittsburgh. He is also survived by 3 grandchildren, McKenna, Bryn and Sebastian Cordier. Frank is preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Rene and Arthur Cordier and his Aunt, Helen Rousseau. Family and friends will be received on Thursday, January 28th from 5-8 pm in the Redmond Funeral Home Inc. 524 High St. in Freeport. A private family funeral service will be held and burial will be in Mt. Airy Cemetery in Natrona Heights, PA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to; ASPCA PO Box 96929 Washington, DC 20090-6929

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Mary Lou D'Altorio
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
Frank was my bridge mentor and friend.
He will be missed.

Elizabeth Bershok
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021

Deluxe Basket Garden was sent by Tom .

Know that we're thinking of you - may the wonderful memories you have of your father (like going to the Preakness together) be a comfort to you during this difficult time. Tom & Beth Bakaitus

Lisa and Mark Augustine
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
So sorry, Melissa. I know you will miss him - we will keep you in our prayers. Love you. Mark and Lisa

ed vandevort
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
Dave: I wish you the comfort of the good memories of Dad over the years.
Blessings from Primrose Drive.

Jackie Tallarico Stockfish and husband Charlie
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
David, Melissa, and families,

I was sorry to hear about Frank. He was a good friend of mine when we were working at Alcoa. He was a very good-hearted person, and I always enjoyed our many interesting conversations. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Alan and Lynne Colker
   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
We will miss playing against Frank at the bridge tables. It was always enjoyable and
challenging. We are sorry for your loss

   Posted Wed January 27, 2021
I met Frank 26 years ago when I moved to Pittsburgh. I played bridge with him shortly after moving here and again just prior to his illness and can attest he was one of the best players in the Burgh. I miss him and his expertise.

Nila Bhakuni
   Posted Fri January 29, 2021
Dear David and Melissa,

I am very sorry for your loss. Frank taught me a lot of life lessons that will always stay with me. I loved talking to him about movies, his caustic wit, and just laughing with him. He was a very special person, and he will be missed.

Sean Cyphert
   Posted Sat January 30, 2021
Dave and Melissa,

Sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. He was so generous with his time during our youth. The hours he spent with us on a baseball field are something I have appreciated my entire life.

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