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March 06, 2014
I worked for Frank a number of years. We became friends over the years and I will remember him fondly. He always tried to act tough, but underneath was a kind-hearted man. His most cherished possession was his Penn State class ring. I will never forget the day Linda (his secretary) and I went to his house because we hadn't been able to reach him His car was in the driveway and upon entering his home, his keys and Penn State ring were in the kitchen. We were in a panic. After yelling his name and slowing walking into the house for several minutes, he finally burst out of the bedroom asking what was wrong. We just burst into laughter because we were so sure he was lying dead somewhere in the house. I am so glad we were wrong and that he had many enjoyable years after that.
March 05, 2014
Frank,
I will truly miss your exigent personality, sincerity, firm handshake at both greeting/departure, and friendship.
You will leave a gap in the lives of all that had the pleasure of meeting you.
Deepest sympathy for your family.
Sincerely,
Randy
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