Frank A. Cappiello Jr., longtime investment adviser, dies


Frank A. Cappiello Jr., a late Baltimore investment confidant who was a unchanging panelist on Maryland Public Television's "Wall $treet Week" for some-more than 3 decades, died Saturday during Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of cardiovascular disease.

He was 90.

"Frank was such a smashing gentleman. Too bad Wall Street doesn't have people like him anymore," pronounced John E. Montgomery, former CEO of Montgomery Brothers Inc. in Washington. "He was always a pleasure to be around. He was effusive and always fun to be around."

The son of Frank A. Cappiello Sr., a dry cleaner, and Rose Clapis, a homemaker, Frank Anthony Cappiello Jr. was innate and carried in Trenton, N.J., where he graduated from Trenton Central High School.

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