In Memoriam: North Jersey FCU Chairman Frank Migliaccio Passes

TOTOWA, N.J. – North Jersey Federal Credit Union Chairman Frank Migliaccio passed away on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital in Wayne, N.J. He was 75 years old. Migliaccio served on the North Jersey FCU Executive Committee for over 30 years, 25 of which he served as the Chairman of the Board. “He truly lived and embodied the core values of our credit union, ‘people helping people’,” said the credit union.

“We thank him for his never-ending dedication to North Jersey Federal, his community, and to the people who made North Jersey their home. Always committed. Always serving.”

In addition to volunteering at the credit union, Migliaccio spent 42 years as Supervisor for the Passaic County Board of Social Services; he retired in 2003. He also served as mediator for the Passaic County Landlord/Tenant Court and a Court Officer for Wage Execution; social worker at many nursing homes in North Jersey; member of the New Jersey Football Officials Association Northern Chapter since 1985, also serving as its President and Secretary; and member of the NJFOC State Council, also serving as its President.

Migliaccio officiated numerous state football playoff and championship games. He also officiated basketball, track and field, swimming, and volleyball, and coached for the Wayne Little League.

Migliaccio was also a parishioner of Our Lady of the Valley R.C. Church in Wayne. 

“We have lost a respected leader, an outstanding contributor, and a devoted and caring friend,” said North Jersey FCU President/CEO Lourdes Cortez. “Frank was truly a kindhearted person, a teacher, and a mentor to so many. He positively changed the lives of almost every person he touched. After working for him for 33 years, he was a part of my family. Through his leadership experience, broad community expertise, and insights, Frank contributed greatly to North Jersey Federal, and we are forever grateful. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. We will all miss him dearly.”