"So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. You were very lucky to have had the time with him. Our prayers are with you and your families. He had the greatest smile."
-Judith A Richards (Villeneuve)
"Frank was a wonderful Guy. I didn't get to know him until these last few years, but his light shone so brightly, one could not help but like him. He told stories of his younger days on North 14th Street, and he talked about people I knew many years later, because I lived across the street from him, only he wasn't there when I lived there years after he did. His stories always made us smile and laugh. In return we made him smile and made laugh as well. He always wondered how he got there (Bishop Noa Home). Instead of repeating myself, I told him how he parachuted down from a hole in the ceiling and everyone looked up and asked who that man was in the parachute.” He laughed so hard, I didn't think he was going to stop. Now he is in the Heavenly place and he knows how he got there and so much more. He is not confused any more. His voice will be missed, but we can think of him with a smile, and know that where he is now, he is singing a happy song.
"So sorry to hear this. He was a very special person. He will be missed."
"My heart goes out to your family with deepest sympathy. Bishop Noa Home will not be the same without Frank strolling the halls. However, heaven will be a much livelier place! Frank was definitely a favorite of mine (and of so many others). I first met Frank through his daughter, Nancy (LaPalm), who was my mom's (Hazel Gillis) nurse. My mom and Frank both lived at Bishop Noa Home for about the same amount of time. During the past eight years ... they shared many laughs together. Frank made my dinner hour visits with my mom more light-hearted. He had the best outlook and was a wonderful story-teller. I feel fortunate to have known him and I will always remember him fondly. May the many smiles that your dad brought to you bring you comfort during this very difficult time. "
"I am so sorry I can't make it today. So many memories of your dad. He was always smiling and happy. We grew up with all of you, I am so sorry for your loss. hugs and love, Denise and Dick ."
"I was raised to view all my aunt's and uncles as hero's. People that always were glad to see me, would always keep me safe, and shared whatever they had. Frank never let me down. Goodbye to my last uncle and a hero I'll never forget."
-Mark A MORTIER