What a wonderful man. So glad to have been associated with Frank and Carolyn and the whole family. A true giving and loving family man.
I had not seen Butch in many years. I remember his Dad taking us to Cyclone Heights School in his old Chevy pick up. We grew up down the road and up the creek from each other and went to school toghether from that old one room country school thru high school. There is and empty spot in my heart even though we had not seen each other in years. May God ease the pain of your loss with the comfort of knowing that one day you will be reunited with Frank where God will dry every tear from our eyes.
My Dear! Dear! Baby Brother!! With years and years of memories you alway would shine through with your humor! quick wit! and Love! This is so glorious for you!!! Being ushered into the presence of GOD!!! LOVE YOU FOREVER!!!! SIS!!!!!
Condolences to the Schoenhardt family. Fond memories from St. Ed's.
Condolences to the Shoenhardt family. Fond memories from St. Ed's.
Love ya uncle Butch. Thanks for taking me fishing years ago. No thanks for throwing me in Mud Creek to teach me to swim. Will miss you. My condolences to your wonderful, wonderful kids and their families.
Dear Frank, I hope your sitting down in a fold up easy chair on a quite shady river bank. Don't catch all the fish and save a spot for me would ya.
God Bless every Life you touched.
Frank was such a great guy...I loved his company...He always made time to just talk, even tho he was very busy...
He and I worked together at three dealerships over a five to six year period...He always could find ways to make me laugh...I will never forget Frank Schoenhardt...What a great Friend...
Frank was such great person to work with and be around. He was also very aggravating too. He just would not give up on a deal. Which for most of us put money in our pockets. Sometimes it took a long time but he usually got it done. It is true, that he had a great sense of humor, he loved his wife and children. He shared his life with many. RIP Frank.