I had the pleasure of working with Gil Frank in my career in the oil industry. He was a genuine, honest and hard working man. I always enjoyed his company. I have great memories of skiing with him on a business outing in Utah. My prayers and condolences go out to all his family members. May he Rest in Peace with God.
Debbie, Wes, and Garrett--
I was so sad when I got this news. Gil was a great friend and business colleague during the past 25 years and I'll really miss him. At least I got to see him one last time (although we talked frequently we hadn't seen each other for many years) on his trip to Stamford several months ago.
My sympathy to the entire family, I was very sad when I read what happened.
Gil was well liked and respected by the terminal employees when he was with Stratus petroleum.
Gil was a great neighbor and friend. We were privileged to get to know Gil and the Frank family. They were the best neighbors anyone could have. Gil was always willing to share his passions ans enjoyment of life in ways that made you feel good. We send our sympathy and prayers to Debbie, Wes and Garrett. Larry, Debra and Caroline Sawyer
I know there are no words to bring comfort, but may the memories keep him alive in our hearts. Sending you my love and strength....