Dean Fradiani East Haven CT, Fradiani Landscaping LLC Owner died in motorcycle accident

Dean Fradiani Death – Dean Fradiani Jr., a 39-year-old native of East Haven, Connecticut, and the Float Operator and Entertainment Technician at Universal Orlando Resort passed away tragically on Sunday, May 7, 2023. According to an announcement by the family, Dean passed away following a deadly motorcycle accident. The loss of Dean has devastated the entire community, and everyone will sadly miss his magnificent presence and contagious grin. Dean was adored and cherished by his dear family and friends.

Who was Dean Fradiani?

On December 14, 1983, his parents, Phyllis Lombardi Siclari and the late Dean Fradiani Sr. brought him into the world in New Haven. Dean graduated from East Haven High School in 2002. For over twenty years, he owned and ran his own landscaping and snow-clearing business, Fradiani Landscaping LLC. He recently moved to Florida to work as a Float Operator and Entertainment Technician at Universal Orlando Resort. Dean had a great mind for analyzing things and was a man with many skills, hobbies, and interests that made him very happy.

He was a dedicated softball and pool player, car mechanic, online gamer, and Boston sports fan. He loved to snowmobile and ski, go on trips, fish, bowl, and ride rollercoasters. Dean loved cars, bikes, and being a mechanic. He worked on them all the time and taught others about them whenever he could. He could fix anything. Through FaceTime, he even taught his sister how to change her own brakes.

About Dean Fradiani

He was a friend who was easy-going, fun-loving, kind, honest, loyal, and devoted, and everyone who knew him loved and adored him. He never met a stranger. He leaves a huge group of friends, family, and peers behind. Dean was very interested in more than just outdoor activities. He loved helping others achieve their dreams, teaching, and helping anyone in any way he could. Dean would help anyone who needed it, and if he couldn’t, he would find clever ways to do so.

Dean had a huge heart and was always there for the people he cared about. His friends could always find him at Dunkin’ Donuts in East Haven, at his car shop in Durham, getting pizza at Modern or a steak, mushroom, and cheese sub at B and M Deli in New Haven, or just riding around town. When he drove his favorite GMC dually truck, he was hard to miss.Dean was a big brother to his two younger sisters, Trisha Siclari Kutys and Christina Siclari Ciaccio, who loved him very much. He was so fond of and loved his dog Adrian so much.

About Dean Fradiani’s obituary and funeral arrangements

The family will receive friends on Monday, May 15, 2023, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Clancy-Palumbo Funeral Home (Clancy Funeral Home), 43 Kirkham Ave., East Haven. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 16 at 11 a.m. in St. Pio of Pietrelcina Parish at the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, 80 Taylor Ave., East Haven with burial to follow at East Lawn Cemetery, East Haven.

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