What happy memories we have of Frank and his wry smile and funny sense of humor.
We always felt we had a special part in Frank and Denise's lives. When Denise, Joe's cousin came to St. Louis for her first visit, we introduced her to Frank and watched their love bloom.
Through the years we have lived miles apart but we will always cherish those memories of long ago!
Denise, our thoughts and prayers are there for Frank, for you and all of your wonderful family.
Take care & God bless!
Frank was a good friend of my brother Joe Ciconte. They were in the army together. Our children Chrissie and Carla would play with Jennifer whenever they visited their uncle in Alexandria. My husband Charlie and I shared some fun times with Denise and Frank and their family. We will remember Frank in our hearts.
I met Frank when I was young, about 9, and I will always remember how funny he was. I will very specifically remember him trying so desperately to explain to me what a 'diphthong' was, and I never really got it and was just left with a funny word. He never said much to me, but the smile and nod I got whenever I walked by him was the proof to our unspoken friendship, and I really will miss seeing him at the end of the street.
I am glad I came to see you before your passing grandpa. Also knowing you are not in pain anymore gives me some relief. I will miss you and see you again someday. Stay out of trouble up there!
NO WAY TO EXPRESS INSIGHT TO THE REAL FRANK COMBS AND THE HAPPY MEMORIES HE LEFT IN THE LIVES OF SO MANY.SO GLAD HE STOPPED BY TO VISIT OUR LIVES AND TO HAVE MADE US BETTER PEOPLE. RIP FRANKIE
Aunt Denise, You and the rest of the family have our deepest condolences! I wish that I had gotten to know Uncle Frank as an adult, but I do have pleasant memories from my childhood. With all our love and prayers for your comfort! Julie & Bruce King
Hey there Grandpa. It's sad to see you go, every time I think about it and start to get sad, I remind myself that you are no longer suffering or in pain; now you're up in heaven telling your Army stories to your new buddies. Have fun in heaven, I'll see you again someday. I love you ??
Deepest sympathy and prayers for Denise and the rest of the family. Frank was one of Mike's fist mentors when he came into the Army in 1981. We will always remember both Frank and Denise who were warm and welcoming to us. Dr. Michael and Denise Cuenin, Mount Pleasant, SC
Our deepest condolences to the Combs family! Denise, we think of you, Frank and your children often with the fondest of memories! Frank will be missed for sure! His gentle spirit will always be remembered as well as his art for story telling!
Frank, your visits to the airport and great conversations have been missed for some time. My condolences to the family. We shared many great airplane stories and solved several world problems.
Uncle Frank, you always had a smile and a laugh for us. We will miss you. Our prayers for comfort and peace are lifted up for all his loved ones, Aunt Denise, Jenny and Chris and their families.
I put a double heart after my post but it came thru as a ? I most definitely will see you again in heaven
We will miss your smiling face and all the stories about your adventures. See you again in heaven ??
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