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Frank Malcolm Cytron, born April 12, 1925, died Jan. 12, 2022. Preceded in death by his loving wife of 72 years, Frances Cytron, and survived by his sons Ron (Betsy) and Scott (Kevin Turner). Proud grandfather of Bryan, Jess (Matias), Melanie and Jacob, and remembered deeply by his sisters Carole Harris and Janice Rosen (deceased), along with numerous nephews, neices and cousins. Frank was born in St. Louis, Mo., to Stanley Cytron and Mildred Cytron Bright, but grew up in Louisville, Ky. After serving in World War II, Frank began his lifetime work in the wholesale manufacturing business selling women's coats throughout the Southwest. He soon met Frances and knew they were destined to spend their lives together. Frank never met a stranger and always had a smile on his face. Every day was a new day with many opportunities. He was an avid bridge player and a lifelong fan of the St. Louis Cardinals. Most recently, he resided at the Tradition Prestonwood, where he made many new friends. He was also a life-long member of Shearith Israel Synagogue, and will be greatly missed and remembered by all who knew him. Dad: Wherever you are, we know you are reunited with Mom, and you really did it your way. Many thanks to Dr. Mark Fleschler and his staff, as well as the entire team at Tradition Prestonwood. The family requests that donations be made in his name to the Paula and Marc Wolens Senior Fund at Shearith Israel Synagogue.
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Dallas, TX, United States 75223
Uncle Frankie was one in a billion. A gentle, loving, playful spirit, he spread joy and compassion in our family and community. 3 trees were planted in memory of Frank Malcolm Cytron Plant a Tree
My sympathies to you, Scott, during your time of mourning.Memorial Tree was purchased for the family of Frank Malcolm Cytron by Rich Walker.
Dear Scott. I am so sorry to hear about your father's passing. My heart goes out to you, Bryan and your entire family.Memorial Tree was purchased for the family of Frank Malcolm Cytron by Kim Amsbaugh.
With LoveMemorial Tree was purchased for the family of Frank Malcolm Cytron by Margie and Randy Hollis.
Peace and prayers to all the Cytron family. I remember Mr. Cytron giving us rides when we were at Franklin Junior High. Always full of enthusiasm and joy. May his memory be a blessing to all.