I am sorry to learn about Frank, an old friend from Ransom and a classmate at MBA. I remember Frankie's quick vitality. I remember him as a boy full of fun and talent and rich with decency.
Frank was a friend that will be missed by many! My family sends our warmest regards to Mary Margaret and Frank, Jr.;he was a significant asset and supporter to many of Nashville's special events-the Sounds,VU football and basketball, Iroquois Steeplechase, the Polo Club, and many more; his exceptional warm and friendly personality will be missed by all! I wish that I had not missed his funeral, graduation celebration! Our warmest regards to his many friends and family! Ernest K. Hardison III
Knew Frank for many years through HDC and he was always a gentleman. RIP.
My heart and prayers are sent to the family I grew up with and loved. I do not know how to express my sadness for the loss of such a special and talented person. MM & FC you are in my prayers. I am truly sorry for the loss of your father. Sending my love. Noel Anne
My Deepest condolences… Frank was a real gentleman with a servant's heart. My business partner and I have always been so appreciative and complimentary of the way he conducted business and the way he showed concern and best wishes about our success. We really appreciated him. He will be missed.
Rest in Peace my friend. You touched more lives than you probably knew and were a friend to many who will miss you.
My thoughts go out to all the family, and friends of Frankie Crowell. While we've not connected with each other for a long time, there is a close family relationship I've kept up with. Frankie was a very personable person ... had a smile that would make you like him before he said the first word. Frankie will be missed.
I worked with Frank in the hey-day of Ericson Marketing Communications (and his hey-day, too). Professional. Poised. Courteous. Kind. Great sense of humor (which we all needed). Frank will be missed.
Frank, We will miss you and remember your friendship from over fifty years ago. Your classmates from the MBA Class of 1959.
Frank was one of our family's oldest and dearest friends. In the 39 years I knew him, I can only remember him smiling and engaging others in laughter with his quick wit. Moreover, I never felt as though I lived an "abbreviated life" until I marveled at the many photos and memorabilia which hang on his office walls... They are a testament to a life well-lived, full of memories and loving relationships.
Frank's "Hollywood voice" will ring forever in my memory.
We will all miss him greatly.
Frank was a very good friend. Loved him like a brother.
Though I only knew Frank for a brief time, his generosity of spirit made a lasting impression. He will be missed greatly. My condolences to his family.
Frank was a great friend to the cast members of Gridiron and Gridiron Cabaret for all the years that he directed. Ever tolerant of all the shenanigans and egos, he somehow pulled the shows together and made each a rousing success. He lives in those happy memories.
Frank was one of a kind...a truly wonderful person. My heart goes out to Frank, Jr. and Mary Margaret, and his grandchildren, all of whom he dearly loved. Will miss you Frank.
"Frank Crowell gave Brantley Sound its first opportunity to provide live sound to audiences in Nashville. He also welcomed us as close friends and he will be greatly missed."
He was our neighbor an a fried. We wish condolences to his family.
Ron and Sandy Olson
As SPJ Gridiron Show director, Frank Crowell "made it happen" for area journalists and politicians. This annual spoof raised lots of money for journalism scholarships. One went to Gail Kerr of the Tennessean. Frank was a talented man and we were lucky to have him among us here in Nashville.
Frank will be truly missed.
"Show your Gold" - Thanks Frank
John Rains (Vanderbilt Guess Service)
Mr. Crowell was always gracious and kind. I will miss his charming wit, his ready sense of humor, and warm smile. Beverley Miller, Thompsons Station, TN