Frank I. Unger, 79, of Englewood, Florida, died Tuesday, August 7, 2007 at Venice Regional Medical Center in Venice, Florida, after a long illness.
Frank was born April 10, 1928 in Cleveland, Ohio. A veteran of World War II U.S. Army, Frank moved from Ohio to St. Petersburg, Florida in 1959 and from St. Petersburg to this area in 1973. Frank is the owner and proprietor of Cheap Charlies Liquors of Placida, Florida and Beach Liquors of Englewood, Florida, and the former Beachcomber Liquors of Port Charlotte, destroyed by Hurricane Charlie. He was a member of Egypt Shriners A.A.O.N.M.S. and Scottish Rite of Freemasonry 32nd Degree both of Tampa, Florida, and the Free and Accepted Masons Grand Lodge of Ohio for over 50 years.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years, June M. Unger of Englewood, FL; two sons, Frank A. Unger of Melbourne, FL and Terry A. Unger of Englewood, FL; one sister, Lois Piazza of Florida, five grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and three nephews. Frank was preceded in death by a sister in the mid seventies, Evelyn Oatley, a granddaughter Stephanie Rose Harvey in March of 1992, and his grandson Thomas A. Unger on April 20, 2007.