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On Thursday, December 1st, 2022, our department suffered an absolutely heartbreaking loss. Sergeant Frank Gualdino, a 24-year veteran of the Yonkers Police Department, and supervisor in the Traffic Unit, was tragically killed in a head on collision. Sergeant Gualdino was on-duty and driving his unmarked vehicle on Tuckahoe Road when an unlicensed 16-year old driver crossed into the opposite lanes at a high rate of speed and struck his vehicle. 

If you were lucky enough to know Frank, you'd know what a kind and thoughtful man he was. Frank was a long-time union representative and someone you could go to for advice, and a great source of knowledge for a new trustee. Whenever there was someone in need, Frank was the first person to volunteer to help. 

Frank is survived by his wife and two children, mother, brothers, and numerous other family members.

Anything donated will go directly to Frank's family. On behalf of the entire Gualdino and Yonkers Police family, we thank you for your generosity and prayers.


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December 5th, 2022 Yonkers, NY
Yonkers Captains, Lieutenants, Sergeants Assoc
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December 5th, 2022 Yonkers, NY
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Memorial

On Thursday, December 1st, 2022, our department suffered an absolutely heartbreaking loss. Sergeant Frank Gualdino, a 24-year veteran of the...

On Thursday, December 1st, 2022, our department suffered an absolutely heartbreaking loss. Sergeant Frank Gualdino, a 24-year veteran of the Yonkers Police Department, and supervisor in the Traffic Unit, was tragically killed in a head on collision. Sergeant Gualdino was on-duty and driving his unmarked vehicle on Tuckahoe Road when an unlicensed 16-year old driver crossed into the opposite lanes at a high rate of speed and struck his vehicle. 

If you were lucky enough to know Frank, you'd know what a kind and thoughtful man he was. Frank was a long-time union representative and someone you could go to for advice, and a great source of knowledge for a new trustee. Whenever there was someone in need, Frank was the first person to volunteer to help. 

Frank is survived by his wife and two children, mother, brothers, and numerous other family members.

Anything donated will go directly to Frank's family. On behalf of the entire Gualdino and Yonkers Police family, we thank you for your generosity and prayers.

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David Velez
RIP MY BROTHER 🙏
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A and J Moleano
Good cause
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Javier Lugo
Thank you Frank, for being such a great guy throughout the years. You were a true gentleman and will be missed.
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Michael Kushnir
RIP Frank
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Megan and Michael Madaus
I’m so heartbroken for the whole Gualdino family. My heart and prayers are with them at this difficult time. Furby I will miss you always.
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Anna Pierdiluca
My daughter is a colleague of Sgt. Gualdino.
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Eric Giusto
Rest easy, Frank
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Tony Ukaj
Rest in Peace, Frank.
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Sue Citarella
Peace & comfort to the family, friends and Yonkers PD.
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Donna Rubin
Thinking of your family during the holidays and beyond. We didn't know Sgt. Gauldino personally but heard wonderful things and we wanted to support your family. Prayers and all the best to everyone.
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John Coelho
We love him and miss Dennis. Losing someone we love is very hard to go through. Our deepest condolences to his wife, children, mother, brothers, and numerous other family members. Our prayer go out to all, at this difficult time.
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Brennan Lasher
From an Officer on White Plains PD, I extend my condolences to the Gualdino family and the Yonkers Police Dept.
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Susan Cohen
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
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Maureen Flores
May his family and friends find comfort in the memories of his heroic life. Peace be with you.
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Regan Yankowski
Wishing Frank's family support and love as Frank made the ultimate sacrifice. He was a true hero.
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Neil Downing
Helping a hero….
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Rich Windisch
Our thoughts and prayers to the Gualdino family
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Jeffrey Belsky
Remembering a wonderful man. May his good deeds live on.
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Mike Avolio
RIP Brother.....
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Joyce Intervallo
God bless Frank. Praying for the Lord's peace and comfort for his beautiful family. 🙏❤️
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Ana Santos
Family’s friend
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Daniel Lopez
I would like to express my sincerest condolences to the family. Police families have one of the toughest jobs and I think that the dedication and sacrifices families make often go unnoticed. my prayers and thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.
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Caitlin Galimi
Lisa, Emily, and Mark- On behalf of myself, family, & friends, may you find some comfort and peace in the love of the Thin Blue Line Community and may Frank Rest In Peace. Continued thoughts and prayers with your family at this time.
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Third Precinct
From the Third Precinct
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Yonkers St. Patrick’s Day Parade On McLean Avenue
Sgt. Gualdino was the coordinator for traffic for our parade. He will be missed.
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Pete Scully
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Michael Vanderwalker
God bless Frank and his family
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Christina Spano
My husband and I are both WPPD. Sending love and light.
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Anonymous
Born in Yonkers … we take care of our own.
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Ellen Rohrer
May Frank live on in the memories his extended family hold in their hearts

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