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December 10, 2016

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June 29, 2013
To The Frank Stranahan Family and Friends. As a young man in high school in Augusta, Georgia, from 1945 thru 1950, I was honored and privileged to serve as a Gallery Guard to the Masters Golf Tournaments. The ROTC Cadet sat Richmond Academy performed that service, in uniforms of Army cadets, and found so much history about golf and the great players from around the world. I well remember Frank Stranahan back then, when he was a well-built man, blond hair, well tanned, with a following of fans of all sexes. In addition he always looked the part as a gentleman of the highest order. My friends and I were impressed with his golfing abilities out there among the world's finest, some of whom were Ben Hogan, Dr. Cary Middlecoff, Sam Snead, Jimmy Demaret, Bobby Locke, and many others. We all still have such pleasant memories of those times out there, watching Frank and all the rest playing for the pleasure of the Patrons and, of course, for the trophies which came their way. I am sure that many thousands of Golf patrons will remember Frank Stranahan for years to come when they speak of the top Amateur Golfers who ever played. I feel that Frank has been rewarded in the Hereafter for his deeds and kindness to others less fortunate. May Our God bless you all, and give you comfort at this time of sorrow.
June 29, 2013
I would have loved to seen him golf in his prime sorry for your loss and god bless
June 29, 2013
The Bible says the earth will return to a garden-like park state. No more sickness or death.
June 28, 2013
When I was Director of the Glass City Marathon in the late 70s, I had to tell Frank that he couldn't run one year, officially, because our rules requird pre-registration.

When I completed one of my 2 Bostons in 1971 or 73, after showering, I went up to the top of the Prudential building, but didn't feel very, so I lay down on the floor. Frank put his coat over me. He was that kind of guy.

Arthur S. Johnson (b. 8-26-1922)
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