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September 16, 2013
Rveryone in Saskatchewan remembers Frank fondly.
September 16, 2013
So sorry to hear of your loss, Are family's have been together for 3 generations. I know the sweet spot in my fathers mind was when he went back to the day's of football in Bloomfield and Coach Foley, I bet that's where they are now. daughter of Bubbles Leonard, Our deepest sympathy, The Johnson Family
September 15, 2013
Randy,

we are so sorry for your loss of your
beloved Frank. He was very unique on a
whole other level with my family and words
will never express our gratitude.
You have raised kind and generous children along with Frank and our prayers are with you.
Warm regards, Elaine and Fred Scordo
Palm Springs, California
September 15, 2013
Sorry to hear about your dad. He was a good man. I can remember back in the early 70's I would go to the company and load the car with two kegs of beer for the weekend at the Jersey shore. He would walk me out and tell to have a great time. He had a very warm heart.
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