I too, have Parkinson's I know what it's like. The illness was brought on from doing to much JACKHAMMER work. At the young age of 23 was put to work drilling the west Valley Highway for Frank, I did this for one month solid. Getting no breaks except for lunch 30 min. each day. What I admired the most about Frank, Was that one day each moth he would go out in the field and work (LABOR) with his crews. I know what its like to suffer from Parkinson's. Since I am not rich or even able to pay for health care for myself, Will be joining Frank and his brother Vince soon. Dan Penovich, Auburn, Wa.
Medrice, I have such fond memories of you at CYO camp, and although I didn't know your dad personally, he was well known as a man of great integrity. During his funeral, I was just around the corner, teaching at Seahurst Elementary, but with you in spirit. May your family find strength in faith and memories.
My father the late John Tsoukalas, was an employee for many years working to raise a family of 10 children. Frank understood the meaning of hard work and dedication, my dad as able to commercial fish in Alaska for a few months and was always assured he had a job to come back to. My dad was very happy working for Frank and on his behalf I want to thank your family for all of those years. Please accept our sympathies.
I remember him coaching our St. Ed's girls basketball team which took us to be 2nd in the state (If I remember correctly) in 1966? or 67? Blessings to the Coluccio family and to my friend Medrice!
Dear Medrice and Coluccio Family,
We Sisters offer you our prayerful support as your Father enters his eternal life. May his new life in God's presence bring great comfort to you all.