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May 23, 2018

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April 12, 2018
Never will be Forgotten.
April 11, 2018
Frank came across my mind today when there was a fight between the Yanks and Red Sox and the umps had to intervene. I knew our mutual friend Eric Gregg had passed away some time ago, but I missed the fact that my super spirited, honest, genuine bud Frank, had passed away. He is a true legend in the field and one of the most well-respected officials in any sport. Eric and Frank made my working at the Braves stadium in the early 90's such a joy. They helped me get 34 baseballs signed by all the legendary players and often hung with me and the crew after hours to unwind after the games. Frank was always a true gentleman and the life of the party! I will miss knowing he is no longer with us, dearly!
January 30, 2017
My condolences to Frank's family. I served with Frank in the Air Force in Alaska in 1956. He was a radio operator on our B-29's and flew many Radar evaluation missions along the Russian border. He loved baseball and played shortstop on our unit team, of which I was the couch. I didn't know that he had become an umpire until a few years back, when I heard an announcer identify him as the first base couch and took a closer look. When I saw the way he stood, I immediately knew that it was my old shortstop. Rest in peace, Airman.
November 11, 2016