Frank DeSana

Frank DeSana

Project Manager at 2467 18th Street

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Project Manager  - Wyandotte LLC

LTV Aerospace

Education

St. Patrick High School Class

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Sincerely, Frank DeSana, Project Manager for 2467 18th StreetRESOLVED by the City Council that the communication from Frank DeSana, project manager for the Wyandotte Community Alliance relative to their open house for 2467-18th Street on March 3rd and 4th, 2007 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. is hereby received and placed on file.

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Frank B. DeSana
Frank passed away peacefully surrounded by his loved ones on Sunday, November 25, 2012 at the age of 77. He was born in Wyandotte on February 3, 1935 to Francis and Marguerite DeSana. He graduated from St. Patrick High School Class of 1953. In 1956, he married Sharon M. Bauer and they had one daughter Renee. In 1978, after spending many years in the family businesses, he relocated to Los Angeles, California. There he worked for LTV Aerospace until he retired in 1994. He then returned to Wyandotte to be with his family. In later years, he worked with the Wyandotte Community Alliance, where he found great joy.

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It is possible, though not proven, that McAllister's family home also may have been a "house of ill repute" at one time, according to Frank DeSana of the Wyandotte Community Alliance.The alliance is a completely voluntary organization with eight board members — DeSana, Margie Loya, Brian Murphy, Joe Dalany, Lee Williams, Marvin Dick, Pat Mastrogiacomo and Ralph Hope — and a secretary, Corki Benson."We renovate homes with the money acquired from sales of other homes done throughout the years," DeSana said.He and Loya were the project co-managers for the white Victorian house on Third Street.In his two and a half years with the WCA, DeSana also managed the projects for the renovations of two other homes in Wyandotte — one from the mid-1950s and one built in 1946."This house was so beautiful, with great bones to it," DeSana said.It has a few different colors in places, but it's a beautiful hardwood floor," DeSana said."We brought the home into the 21st century," said DeSana."It wasn't a historical restoration, but the home still has a Victorian feel to it."A small study in front of the house with a bay window, a wraparound front porch, and the home's small bedrooms all contribute to its historical ambiance."We're very proud of the way the house turned out," DeSana said."It was a labor of love for all of us."The beautifully restored home at 3634 Third Street is now for sale.However, with the current state of the housing market Loya and DeSana are not sure it will sell as quickly as the other homes the WCA has renovated."The other two houses I've worked on sold so quickly because they were good starter homes," DeSana said.

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