April 17, 2009

My Father, Frank

Frank 86, OH, died on April 13, 2009.

He was born on December 7, son of the late Elizabeth.

He was a life long resident of Ohio. Frank was a veteran of WW II seeing action in Europe. He enjoyed bowling, golf and riding his Harley motorcycle. He was a retired union plumber and pipefitter and proud member of the VFW, the Moose Club and American Legion.

Frank is survived by his daughters Sandy (Doug) of WV, and Drema (John) of OH. Four (4) grandchildren Shanon (Shaun), Michele, Shawn and Scott. Six (6) great-grandchildren Michael, Cassidy, Logan, Andra, Brianna and Ryan.

Gathering of family and friends to celebrate Frank's life will be Friday April 17, 2009, from 4 PM to 8 PM.

In lieu of flowers, the family request memorials be made to American Heart Association or Alzheimer Association.

Burial will be at the Blue Cemetery in Beckley, WV at the convenience of the family.



Crispy said...

Oh Sandy, my heart goes out to you and your family.

Hugs to you and yours {{Sandy}}


elsie123 said...

Prayers for you and your family. Hold on to your memories, and let them bring you comfort.

Lynn W. said...

Sandy, my sincerest sympathy to you and your family on your father's passing. I know you will remember him forever and recount his frequent stories and adventures to help keep his memory alive. Lynn

Jan said...

Sandy, prayers and thoughts to you and your family upon the loss of your father. Will be thinking of you! Jan

Tudy said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you. I lost my Mom on March 28, 2009 and my Aunt on April 11,2009

I know just how you are feeling right now. I will be thinking of you often. It is so hard.

Brenda said...

Huge hugs to you and yours.

Carolyn said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you. A nice tribute to your father and I liked the pic of him on his Harley.

Material Girl said...

Hello Sandy, I am so sorry to hear that your father passed away, please accept my deepest sympathy. Cherrish the memories you had with him, and they will help you get through the difficult times.

Julie said...

Sandy, I am so sorry to hear this. Losing a father is a terrible thing to go through. I had been behind on blogging and had missed this post of yours. I am sorry I did not offer condolences sooner.