With Deepest Sympathy for the Cato family. May God be with you at this difficult time. (Psalms 55:22)
Frank, was an integral part of our family for almost twenty five years, he was respected by all of us and was an key part of the local history of "Cottman Transmission" he lent his wit and humor to the role of the franchisee who never got to talk. He became famous locally and everyone in New Orleans knew "Frank" Although silent in his commercials he would always talk about his family, especially his sons and their involvement with him in business. He was a leader in the market and those of us lucky enough to have been graced with knowing him will miss his humor and knowledge. He was a great, friend, father, husband, and grandfather and he will be missed by all who knew him.
Randy and Rusty, please accept our condolences on the passing of you father.
Chandler and Becky Beacham
Cottman Transmission of Greenville, SC
Rusty and Randy, I am sorry to hear of the passing of your father, Mickey Cato. My mother, Dotty (Piney) Philipps Stuart was his first cousin, and she spoke of him often. I remember many years ago meeting your father when he came to Baton Rouge to visit his aunt, my grandmother Juanita (Tootsie) Rocquet Philipps. My sympathy to you and your families,
Rusty and randy I am deeply sorry a bout your lost. He is with Beverly and in peace now