I will truly miss seeing Frank,Cody and Daisy on my walks at Wilshire Trails and I know my four-legged friend Bear will as well! I am truly sorry for the family's loss.
Dear Caron and family, Wyatt and I were so sad to hear the news of Frank's passing. It brought back many, many wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. With love, Bootsie and Wyatt
Frank was the guardian angel of the northridge neighborhood, coming to the "rescue" more times than could be counted! He was always there with a smile, a booming voice and delightful disposition. We are saddened by his passing, but our memory of knowing him is rich in our hearts! The Paulsons
I was so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. I will always remember his friendliness and his untiring contributions to our Northridge community.
You are all in my prayers.
Dear Caron and Family,
We have never met but wanted to send our sympathies. We live in your former home on Huntingdon Trail,and have enjoyed being in this neighborhood for 13 years. Most older neighbors still refer to our home as the "Darby House." I'm sure you have many wonderful memories of raising your family here, like we have.
Gary and Judi Edwards
May I express my condolences in your loss of Frank. I cannot imagine the hurt of losing a brother who is my twin. Only the Lord God, the God of all comfort, can understand.
May you look to Him to supply your every need now and forevermore. He will never fail you.
My love in Jesus,
My husband and I often ran into Frank and his four legged buddies as we walked Wilshire Trail. We will miss the smile and friendly exchange he always shared with us. Our prayers for those who grieve. May God give you comfort.
A man of loving character and unlimited gentlemen qualities....Frank will be missed!Bob Ike
Please find comfort in Gods' inspired word the Bible during your time of grief and sorrow (2 Timothy 3:16). With deepest sympathy to you, family and friends.
Caron,Patrice, Wendy and Jim~ Please accept our deepest sympathies~ The Noonan Family
Flying Helicopters and eating ice cream will never be the same. Frank will be missed.
We have all lost a jewel in Frank Darby. A true friend for sure. Thanks Caron, for sharing him with his flying friends at 19A
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Judy and Bill,
I just read of Frank's death and wanted both of you to know that I am thinking of you with warmest regards and sympathy. There are many great memories that you have of Frank and I know that you will cherish those even more deeply as the years roll on. God bless you both and the rest of the Darby clan.