Francis S. Loucks

Francis S. Loucks “Frank” 77, passed away on Sunday, December 29, 2019. Born in Boonville, NY on March 18, 1942, he was the son of Seward and Antoinette Loucks.

Frank worked for the NYS Department of Criminal Justice for 25 years. He was a talented musician and performed with Capri 3 and The Cannovo Family for many years.

On Friday evenings, Frank could be found singing karaoke at the Nostalgia Ale House and Wine Place on Saratoga Lake with his best friend Tony.

Frank is survived by his wife Dorothy, his children Michele Loucks, David Loucks, Kristin Loucks and Ryan Loucks; stepchildren Dilion DeCarr and Kathryn Gelfuso; half sister Patricia Heil; ten grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and many close friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, January 3 from 3pm to 5pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A service will follow at 5pm.

Memorial contributions in memory of Frank may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Guest Book

Anthony Scialdone & AnneMarie Scialdone

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

Malta Seniors

Malta Seniors lost a good fellow with Frank's death. It was great seeing you two at the Christmas party! Our sympathies to his family and friends.

Donna Bond

My husband Pete and I had the pleasure of working with Frank at DCJS for many years. He was the sweetest man and always made you laugh with his witty since of humor. May you RIP Frank I know your now singing with the angels.

Dick Laurey

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, at this time of sadness.
"Frannie" and I had been friends for years, even though the miles have separated us.
We were two of the original 1960's Plaids band members, out of Utica.
He had a larger than life personality, was an excellent musician and singer. The perfect "front man" for our group, and, responsible for a great deal of our popularity.
Beside the band thing, he was one of my best friends. We had many memorable experiences, which I will never forget.
Even in your grief, please thank God for all the years that you were able to share, because, some people go thru their whole lives without finding someone to love.
God bless you and your family.
With sincere sympathy, Dick Laurey

Donna White

Dear Loucks Family,

My deepest sympathy for the loss of Frank. His spirit and essence lives on in the legacy of memories of him. He was an excellent musician and vocalist. He always had a comical story to tell. He will be missed! I will keep all of you in my prayers.

Bobby Massaro

To the Family,
Frank will be sorely missed not just as a friend but in the music business. He was a talented musician and great singer. I have known and loved Frank for over 50 years and will miss him.May he Rest in Peace. Bobby Massaro, Cocoa, FL

Laurie Jardieu Engell

We just talked on the phone a couple of weeks ago. We had so much fun growing up around Franny. When his parents my Aunt Nettie and Uncle Seward were alive it was always joy. The laughs went on and on. It was always a happy feeling to be with him. I will miss you cousin Franny.
Love, Laurie xoxo

Lucille Jardieu

My dear cousin Fran had a positive impact on so many lives. I’m so happy to have had him as a part of my life for so many years. He will always be a cherished cousin to me. Love, Lu

Mickey Terry

RIP Frank, it was a pleasure to work with you and a privilege to know you. You were the life of the party, and working with you there was never a dull moment. Your smile brightened up a room and your jokes were the best!! You will be missed by all those that knew you. God bless till we meet again.


May you Rest In Peace Fran.........I know our children Michele, David and Kristin will hold you in their hearts forever......

Kelly Devine

My Deepest Condolences to the Loucks Family..And may Frank now Rest in Peace..Forever in Our Hearts..♥️

Roxanne Aniolek

So very sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. I had the privilege of working with him at DCJS. He always put a smile on your face with a good joke or a sweet song! Rest In Peace Frank.