Frank I enjoyed going to your junk yard with my dad every Saturday. I was around 8 or 9 years old. That seems so long ago. Rest in peace my friend. Jeff W.
Carl (Ca-whooo!), Robin, Ginny. It is hard to believe we are "the Old Guard". I still remember your dad coming home every night carefully off-loading his barrels. What a fine man, always smiling. Good old days on the river. Baseball and football in the Jones's front yard (shooting crackerballs at night!), Jerry Hansen's towers. Stevie Wonder said it well: "I wish those days could come back once more." Condolences.
Robin and the Bell Family. Your father was a gentlemen in every sense of the word. I remember he looked for the GOOD in everything.
Edward Earl Coward
Carl and Family,
Nancy and I were so sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. Frank was a true Southern Gentleman and genuine at heart. I remember so well the times I was in his company and how good he made me feel. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.
Andy and Nancy Thompson
Robin, Ginny and Carl,
It is with a smile on my face as I think of your wonderful family and how I so enjoyed being a part of it during our younger days. After I was married and came back to visit my mom and dad, I stopped by a few times and visited with your dad. He would invite me to sit on his porch and chat. We had a few laughs about all of you and our memorable times together. He would always ask me to come back and visit the next time I was in New Bern. I enjoyed our visits. I guess those are the times we have to remember! My dad just passed away in May and I was in New Bern for his funeral. I definitely know these are hard days. But we were all so Blessed to be part of such loving families. You are all in my prayers.
Connie Bowen Ware
Robin, I will be in touch.