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Joseph W. Fratantaro

Joseph (Joe) Wilson Fratantaro of Warminster went to be with the Lord on Sunday, January 24, 2021 at Doylestown Hospital after a brief illness due to the COVID virus.

Joe was born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Joseph and Cathryn Wanema (Wilson) Fratantaro. He was the beloved husband of Dawn (Murdock) Fratantaro and the loving father of Gregory Joseph Fratantaro (fiancée Amanda Heflin) and Keith Wilson Fratantaro. Joe is survived by his sister Joanne Betz (George), nieces Jennifer Betz, Megan Paul (Steve) and their children Marissa, Andrew and Ava.

Joe was a graduate of Father Judge High School and Wilmington College. He was currently employed as a Manager with Insurance Services Office/Verisk Corporation. He was formerly the Training Coordinator at the Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center. Joe was a Pennsylvania State certified Emergency Medical Technician Instructor and Paramedic. He was a Past Chief of Warminster Ambulance and former member of Warrington Fire Company.

Joe was a Mason of W. K. Bray Lodge, Hatboro, PA.

Joe was a train enthusiast and loved traveling with his boys when they were younger to watch trains and taking pictures. During the pandemic he enjoyed viewing trains on You Tube.

The family wishes to thank the wonderful Nurses, Physicians and staff at Doylestown Hospital for their unending care of Joe and support to our family.

Services will be at a later date at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions would be appreciated to Shriner’s Hospital for Children and/or Wounded Warrior Project.

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