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November 11, 2017
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
November 10, 2017
Very sorry for your loss

Peter Leszczynski
November 10, 2017
Our condolences to you and your family. Frank and Donna Grau (Leszczynski)
November 9, 2017
As we are in Texas,we will not be able to attend Uncle Frank's celebration of life. We will very much miss honouring Uncle Frank and seeing all of the family, but want all of you to know that we are grieving from afar and sending much love and hugs to each and every one of you.
Uncle Frank was a big part of my life as a child. He built little night tables for us kids and I was thrilled to have one in my childhood bedroom.
He always enjoyed children and gave us attention and much laughter.
He gave the "speech to the bride" at our wedding. I wanted Uncle Frank to do that as he was such a special uncle.
Later in life, he and Aunt Helen used to come out and visit us in the country- usually on Sundays.In those days, our family picked wild blueberries and I always had blueberry pies in the freezer and I always baked one to serve to Uncle Frank.He enjoyed it and always teased me later in life--if I still had that blueberry pie, he would come.
As is natural, we saw less of him in later years as we got so busy with our own kids and grandkids and the same for him. However, distance doesn't always change the love and warm feelings that are always there-for Uncle Frank and all of you kids. We send our most sincere sympathy to all of you from all of our family. Hold all the happy memories close to your hearts.
Love, Larry and Pat Forester and family