Frank felicello was a huge part of my basketball development. I was a 1, 000 point scorer and all county and state, and I am taken back by all of this negativity being thrown at him. For the 3 years I had him as a mentor and he did nothing but treat me like a son and look after me on and off the court, always keeping tabs on me and making sure I was behaving, as I had a tendancy to make some poor decisions. people confuse passion and caring with anger and aggression. I love this man.
One of the greatest coaches and motivates. Caught up in the nasty political world. The price of his years in important positions. Target of jealous ness. Fall from grace. This is trip so many do. Many of the former coaches that knew him well for many ,many years know the psyched, spirited guy, how society breaks people that helped many but made others angry and vindictive. Power becomes double edged sword. Life lesson to all. I will remember the person that lived and now ultimately probably died
a waste of a human being.....sad he was allowed to do all the bs he did to students and all..when i was there.....80's.... its the same then a snow..but as in marlboro..sometimes name matters when your grandfathered it..persay....
one time he made us all run around the gym because someone stole his apple pie but really one of the teachers did it. another time he sent some kids to pick up food for him at a deli. he fell through the stage like twice. loves twinkies a lot.
There is nothing to say nice about this man. He is lazy and physically unable to preform what he makes all of his students do everyday. He is cocky, arrogant, and should NOT be a teacher.
Boring, very very very boring! Booooooooooooooring