May the many memories of Frank bring a smile to your face as it has to mine. He was always the bright light for me through the darkest of times and a shining star through the best of times. Thank you for the memories Frank! He will be missed.
We have a lot of memories of when we visited you and Virginia in Florida and Wareham you will be fondly remembered Raymond and Laurette.Waltham MA
Virginia and Coughlin Family:
We send our sympathies to you. Frank was a dear friend since the 80's. We had lots of laughs and craziness during the Newport outings and while in Wareham when we lived on the Cape. We will miss his big Irish smile. What a gem of a guy. May you rest in peace, Frank.
Sorry for your loss. Many memories of card games and Friday night fights when we were all kids. May he rest in peace.
Cousin Carol Murphy Inniss
Your dad and husband was my first supervisor at Lowell Gas Co in 1966 he was a great person to have known
My condolences on the loss of your Dad. Anyone who survived "LST landings on Pacific Isles in WW II" has our undying gratitude and respect. Slainte.
So sorry for your loss
Thank you for the Memories, as a small child when I visited your house with your parents on their weekly visits, as a teenager at my parents when you came to visit, and as an adult when I came to Florida. You will be greatly missed and fondly remembered.