Francis F. Costanzo

Francis F. Costanzo 81, passed away on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. Born in Mechanicville, NY on November 2, 1938, he was the son of Frank and Anna Mae Costanzo. He served in the US Navy.

Frank worked for Ford Motor Co in Green Island for over 25 years, retiring in 1988. After his retirement he went to work on his farm, where he enjoyed being outdoors, hunting and fishing. Frank was a member of the Sno Fox Hunting Club and the Sacandaga Chapter of the Harley Riders.

He was predeceased by his parents Frank and Anna Mae, his sons Francis, Jr. and Anthony, stepson Joseph Pokrzywka and brother Michael Costanzo. Frank is survived by his wife Dorothy; children Vincent Costanzo, Victoria Costanzo and David Costanzo (Susan); stepchildren Henrietta Sherman, Jeff Pokrzywka (Jean), Alex Pokrzywka and Annette Hill (Joe); sister Eileen Lasher; and numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Tuesday, March 3 from 5pm to 7pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A service will follow at 7pm. Burial will be in Ashley Cemetery in the Spring.

Memorial contributions in memory of Frank may be made to the Ashley Cemetery Association.

Guest Book

William (Bill) Allen


You have been a beloved member of our extended family for a long time. We will miss you terribly but look forward to a time when we can all be re-united in the next life.

Bill and Mary Allen

Ritchie & Tom Lee

We both are so sorry to hear about Frank! Just don't really know what to say.

Carol and Greg DeLorme

Dorothy and family, So deeply saddened by Frank’s passing. What a pleasure it was to know him and call him friend. Many happy memories. He will be missed for sure. Sorry I am away at this time and can’t deliver this message in person.

Jack & Judy Ceremuga

Saddened to read about this today, 15 Halfmoon Drive had many memories for all of us growing up. Frank was certainly a nice friendly guy. Eileen so sorry for you and his sons, he will be missed. Many many memories from Ford Motor Company which bring a smile to my face!

Dawn (Pickney) Droszd and Family

Deepest Condolence in hearing of your loss Aunt Dot and family. So sorry I won't be able to make my respects due to promises to my granddaughter Avery to be there at her last band concert. My thoughts and prayers will be with you in my heart. I will be there in the Spring.
Love you all.....

Michelle & Jim Bubb

Deepest Condolence to the Family I will cherish all the memories of our times together celebrating Christmas and birthdays you were a great man loving father and grandfather you will be missed immensely ❤️

Anthony Costanzo, Jr.

I love you Gramp
I’m gonna miss you
Have fun riding your Harley and hunting and farming up in God's country
I’ll always go to the Village Pizzeria where they called you farmer Frank