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July 19, 2018

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November 28, 2017
Had opportunity to room with John at ft dix upon my return from 18 months is Vietnam friendship lasted the rest of his life through letter writing and a visit from him to California several years ago he always called me "ronski"I was printing pictures while he was woodworking at the craft center at ft Dix Rip my friendRonski
November 21, 2017
I knew John when I worked in our West Chester store. He used to buy hardware for his furniture projects. He was a true professional.
November 21, 2017
John Brian Frock was a truly remarkable gentleman. His inquisitive mind was relentless. It was difficult to keep up with his skills and hobbies as they were so varied. He enjoyed Villanova basketball as well. A few years back we went the Big East tournament in NYC and he shared with me that he played in the band when he was in school. I then asked him " is there anything you can't do?"
I feel very fortunate that our life path's crossed.
November 20, 2017
John was a true renaissance man in a very real sense of the word. He was a skilled litigator and master of the English language. I enjoyed his repartee and friendship for more than 35 years.
He was a master craftsman, turning out high quality projects in his shop- producing entire sets of dining room furniture for his daughters. A planned kitchen remodeling project was something he relished beginning; the project was in the planning stages when last I visited him. He was a skilled nurseryman and gardener and expert wine maker. He seemed to accomplish more in a week than I ever could in a month.
I respected him and am proud to have known him and will miss him terribly.