With a twinkle in his eye and a sly smile on his face, Frankie Brown always brought the fun. He was as cool as the the 50's T Bird he used to drive. One of my fondest memories was of him taking my brother, sister and I to see Saturday Night Fever in that smooth ride. He always liked to joke that he took us to our first “adult” film. With his quick wit and tall tales Frank had the best bar banter in town. I will forever be honored that I was on his “short list” and will always include him on mine. Love ya Frank.
His stories entertained us, his personality reflected his beloved New Orleans and his love for family and friends was boundless. Frankie will be missed by all. Lynn and Frank Lipari
Frank was a very dear individual. A very dear and special friend. Like the flickers of a brightly glowing candle Frank always bought untold light into our lives with thoughtful visits and phone calls, his sharp - quick wit and entertaining stories. Bobby can't remember not having Frank as a close friend once they bonded during their high school years.The fun memories they made together, the undying laughter they shared, and the deepening friendship from that time on was immeasurable. I met Frank through Bobby ... Even at our wedding he made such a jubilant and enthusiastic splash we have remembered it with a special loving memory all our lives. People with such genuinely dear and gentle hearts seem often not to realize how much they are loved, adored and admiringly appreciated for their own unique and special individuality. Nor would they imagine how very much their loss will be felt forever. We love you Frank and are deeply saddened to have lost you.We shall never forget you, our cherished times together, and most of all the very special man you were. Our hearts and deepest prayers go out to the wonderful family he loved so much and spoke of so very often.
barbara,bonnie,connie,sorry to hear of franks passing.we were pals years ago playing football at lyons center and wright jr.high.what a great guy.my prayers go out to the family.
Frank was a very dear and valued friend. We relied upon his sage advice and worldly insights. Many good times were had ... another quintessential New Orleans character gone. Rest in Peace dear brother and know that L.D. Hebert is in good hands.