Frank Nazzaro, mechanic at Pamby\u2019s Frank \u201cChuck\u201d Nazzaro of Danbury, a career mechanic and World War II Army veteran, died on Wednesday, Aug. 24, at his home. He was 96. He was born in Danbury, Aug. 28, 1919, a son of the late Gerardo and Angelina (Molella) Nazzaro. \u00a0He attended Danbury schools. \u00a0 In early years, Nazzaro was an auto mechanic. \u00a0 A World War II U.S. Army veteran, he was a mechanic with the 307th bombardment group being responsible for the B-24 Liberator bombers. He served in the Pacific theater. In the early 1950s, he became an auto body mechanic at Pamby Motors of Ridgefield, retiring after 36 years of employment. He was known as a \u201cJack of all trades.\u201d In addition to his wife Gilda (Corona) Nazzaro of 69 years, he is survived by three sons, Dennis J. Nazzaro and his wife, Joanne, of Danbury; Francis C. Nazzaro and his wife, Susan, of Charlotte, N.C.; Jeffrey T. Nazzaro and his wife, Lisa, of Danbury; a sister, Frances Bracco and her husband, Russell, of Buffalo, N.Y.; eight grandchildren, Michael, Nicholas, Lauren, Jeffrey Jr., Dante, Victor, Enzo and Isabella; a great-grandson, Vincenzo, and many nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Nazzaro was predeceased by his brothers Salvatore, William, Dominic and Andrew. There will be no calling hours and private interment. Memorial contributions may be made to Regional Hospice and Home Care, 30 Milestone Road, Danbury, 06810 Jowdy-Kane Funeral Home of Danbury was in charge of arrangements.