I will never forget Frank's friendly waves as he drives by my house on his way home. The familiar squeal of my kids shouting to me "Mommy, it was Frank!". My deepest condolences to your family. Frank was such a lovely man, and I know he will be missed by his family, and those grandkids he always talked about. May his memories keep you all warm.
Jessie and Corin, your neighbors at #152
All I can remember was a highhigh-pitched squeal, and then a uncontrolled giggle. Everybody in that pub turn their head towards us. You could see that your giggle was contagious because they smiled then all started laughing. I was surprise the bartender didn’t kick us out, instead he bought us shots. Everybody love you Frank!
Your sister-in-law and friend. Deanna
Our deepest condolences Jackie and family on your loss. May you all keep his memories alive with happy thoughts of all the wonderful times you had together. Grandchildren hugs help too.
Valerie and Kevin Hogg
Jackie, and Family I am so sorry to here of the devastating loss of your wonderful husband and dad please know that our prayers are with you all, and know that he is looking over you with loving eyes and a heart that will always be with you
Colleen, Chris Wright Andersen
I remember Frank BBQing (as he often does( a bacon wrapped filet mignon. I didn’t tell him that I didn’t eat beef steak and thought I would be polite and “gnaw” on it for a while. Thankfully I kept quiet..... for the first time (and last) I truly savoured that tender, moist and savoury piece of steak. Never has been duplicated since.