No one will ever know, or appreciate, how much I loved this man. I have known him since I was a child, over 60 years. I remember him chatting with my Dad on the back dock of Brewers, where he worked for over 30 years. More recently Frank and I enjoyed many an hour at the DAV and VFW after our monthly meetings. He will be remembered fondly by all that knew him. Rest now, Frank. All of your pain and suffering is over. God Bless you.
My condolences to Minnie and family in the loss of Frank. He always seemed to me to be so upbeat and cheerful. I am sure that he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. May you find comfort in family, friends, faith.
Rev. Nancy Rehkugler
Dear Shelby and Minnie,
I remember living next door to Frank and you two on Halstead Rd. To a kid, Frank was larger than life and always very kind to a nosey little kid. I will remember him fondly and am very sorry for your loss.
May you be comforted by all the happy memories you had with him.
Minnie, Shelby and family. We are sorry for the loss of Frank. He certainly kept us interested in his stories. We have such fond memories. I remember him as I was a child growing up. He was a very special cousin and human being. Mom and Dad loved him. We enjoyed our times together.