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November 20, 2013
Frank and I were born almost exactly one month apart, he being one month older, and lived as kids in San Francisco's Mission District on 24th street one block away from General Hospital. After his family moved to San Mateo, my big vacation each summer was to take the Greyhound bus to San Mateo and spend two weeks with Frank. One of my oldest memories was each evening before bed, his Mom, Gracie, would make the two of us, along with her, kneel down by the couch and say the whole rosary. He would look over at me and roll his eyes, but we did it. I also remember sleeping in his room downstairs that had a gas wall heater. One night, our mother's came down to check on us and the whole room was filled with gas because the burner never ignited. If they had not come down that night, neither one of us would have been alive the next morning. Also, Frank was quiet adventurous, and the few times that I got into trouble as a kid was when I was with Frank. He was a character for sure and I am glad that we remained friends, even though distant ones in recent years, but friends none the less. The world is a more interesting place because of people like Frank and we will all miss him.

JIM LANG, PETALUMA, CA
November 20, 2013
All your swimming friends miss the smiles you brought us with your humour and insights on life...and of course the music you brought into our lives
God Bless You Frank
All the Swimmers xxx
November 20, 2013
Frank, who I called Francisco, was the city's finest export from new to old Albion. We met 36 years ago in the London studios of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, a good club for freelancers like us, and we managed to meet in various hostelries almost weekly ever since, mainly comparing experiences of US and Canadian life, journalism and literature. He always, wryly, introduced me (as Quai d'Orsay) to his many acquaintances as his oldest friend in Britain. He convinced many London aficionados that I worshipped the bull, but it was no bull that I shared his enthusiasms for Hemmingway and the Algonquin Club. Frank always was and always will be a force for life. – Kevin d'Arcy
November 18, 2013
To my dearest dad. May you always tap your fingers to your favourite jazz records. So glad I was able to do so much with you. Fond memories and always in my thoughts. Tata xxx
November 18, 2013
My husband Frank Gray would have been so happy to know he was in the San Francisco Chronicle. He was much loved by his family 3 children, Nicholas, Malcolm and Natasha and his 4 grandchildren Connor, Ciara, Quin and Ava. He did so well in his life and achieved so much he will never be forgotten

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