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In Loving Memory of

Frank Robert John Brazil

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October 12, 1939
February 13, 2022

Frank Robert John Brazil 82 passed away peacefully in Las Vegas, NV on February 13 th , 2022.
He is preceded in death by his father Frank A Brazil and mother June Myrtle Reeves Brazil. He
had one brother 2 years younger named Jerry Brazil.
He is survived by his son Ricky Brazil, daughter in law Traci Brazil, grandchildren Ashley Brazil
Aiken(Andrew), Jacob Brazil, Faith Brazil and four great grandchildren Maddox, Brave, Ezra and
August Aiken, and ex-wife Brenda Brazil, Ricky’s mom all living in Henderson NV. Sister June
“Michelle” Nuccitelli, nephew Gabriel Nuccitelli, niece Deborah Nuccitelli and many friends.

Frank was born in Cambridge MA. on October 12 th , 1939. He completed 3 years of High School
in the San Diego area and joined the Marine Corp “early” in 1957 where he served 3 years. He
worked several jobs and met Brenda Abair in Phoenix AZ. They were married for 31 years and
had one child, Ricky. Frank worked several years for SuperX Drugs in management which
involved moves to Palm Desert CA, Arlington TX, and South Florida. He also worked as a realtor
and property manager until he retired in Henderson NV to be closer to his family.

Frank enjoyed horse racing, boating, the lotto and a good party. He was also a deep thinker
who wrote a book on his thoughts about God and a salvation prayer to share the good news
with others. He loved his country and always had strong opinions on politics.
He survived brain tumors and other health ailments as he got older. His Marine heritage made
him tough.

He spent his final years in Dolan Springs, AZ where he had several friends and a community of
veterans to do life with.

He passed away peacefully with his son and daughter in law at his side. He put his faith in
Jesus Christ and he knew he was loved by his family and God.

He was cremated and placed in the memorial columbarium at Southern Nevada Veterans
Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City NV.

Not one to get too sentimental Frank would like to be remembered for being himself and the
good times he shared with his family and friends.

One Response

  1. We loved Frank very much, great memories of Frank an Brenda an Ricky..Grateful for our visit with Frank several years ago. So happy he came to know Jesus

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