Years ago, when I lived in the U.S., Frank gave me some life-changing advice--words of wisdom that led me to the lovely woman I now call my wife. :) Although I had seen him very little in recent years, his passing has been a hard one. I'm just very grateful that I got the chance to say thank you in person before he passed on. Frank, I can't thank you enough. Thank you! Your light is still shining on this end. Lots of love to the family from Canada. –Michael & Sonia.
I am deeply saddened by the death of our friend and associate Frank. He was so personable, kind and genuine, and was very respected in our department. I will miss him greatly and send my thoughts and prayers to his family.
Deepest sympathies on your loss. Frank was loved by many and his legacy of intellect,kindness,sincerity, and tremendous love of his family will live on in so many. He was truly a bright light. Blessings of strength and comfort now and in the days ahead.
My deepest condolences on your loss. Frank was more than a colleague, he was a friend that you could count on to always greet you with a smile. The world has lost a brilliant man, but those of us that knew him are truly better people because of Frank.
I will remember Frank as a passionate medical educator at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and an innovative and thoughtful contributor to the research of the Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center. I will also always remember the most delicious Christmas family recipe pastries that he sent me each year even after leaving our Center. I want to convey sincere condolences to and prayers for his Wife and Family at this difficult time.
I was greatly saddened to hear of Frank's passing. I have many fine memories of times spent with him at bone meetings, much of it talking about food and traditional recipes from New Orleans. He was a fine man. I will miss him.
We were so saddened to hear about Frank. We have such fond memories of those early years on Claramont in Cincinnati. Our deepest sympathy to your family. He was one of a kind, a very special man.
Kathy and Wayne McKee
To the Bonfiglio family, I am so sad to hear of Frank's passing. A big loss for the world of Pharma and academia. Frank was such an asset to the world of healthcare. He was that rare (very rare) combination of a huge intellect, gifted teacher, caring mentor, capable of getting things done, and social intelligence. When he came to teach us about a product, he took whatever time necessary to actually educate and bring people up to speed (AND he had the ability to teach any learner at any level). If I had students on rotation here at U of L Geriatrics, he would always take time in addition to educating us, to mentor the young ones about their careers and just about anything they wanted to know. What a gem of a man. He will be missed terribly, and we were grateful to have him in our world. Wishing you all strength and comfort going forth.
Our deepest sympathies on Frank's passing. May God lift him up to heaven, grant him eternal life and bless the Bonfiglio family with strength and comfort.
Frank will always be remembered for his smile, his extensive knowledge, and his loving dedication to his family. He will be dearly missed by so many. We are thankful and blessed to have known him.
Cynthia and Colin,
May the warm memories of your husband and father, along with the love and support of those who care about you, help ease your sorrow in this difficult time.
Dr. Dennis Wells and Team
Kathy and Colin, Although you may not have known all of Frank's colleagues, he was loved by all and was a great friend. I always enjoyed our talks about fishing and when we could find time away from work to go. I have very fond memories of him. Your family will be in our prayers.
Cindy and Colin,Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with you during this trying time. J.Frank memories are fond for us with his bigger than life personality. Yes he will be missed!!
Earl Marsha and DPIC
I am fortunate to have known such a kind,unique person so full of life.I will miss our conversations,may you be rating in Gods' loving arms today,rest in peace old friend.
Frank was one of the nicest people I have worked with. He always wanted to do whatever he could to help or make thing easier. He was a blessing to all who were lucky enough to know him. Much love to his family. Kathy
I am so sorry for your loss. Frank was so much more than a colleague. He was a mentor, friend, and more like a brother to me than anything. He will truly be missed. I will keep the Bonfiglio family in my prayers.
Cindy and Colin, Frank was a great friend and colleague. I was infected most by Frank's love of life and family! He was a blessing in my life.
Dr. Keith L. Hines & Min. Tramise Hines
Our heartfelt condolences.
Dr. E. Don Nelson & Ms. Julia Sawyer
Frank was so informative and helped so many older people to learn about medications to avoid. He was an excellent teacher in our Geriatric programs and much of his advice will be remembered and treasured. What a good thing that his information remains, but that does not make up for his warm and compassionate delivery to many of us. I was shattered to hear that we were not able to see him again. My husband has a serious illness and just today before we saw this email, he said he was going to call Frank about his medications because he was the most trustworthy person he knew who was so competent. Cindy we love you and stand ready to help any way that we can. Ruth and Gary Garrett, and all the students who loved him.
Our hearts and prayers are with you Cindy, Colin, Laura and the entire Bonfiglio family. We are heart-broken to hear of Frank's passing. Heaven has welcomed a beautiful soul!! Frank had such a heart of compassion, concern and love for his fellow man. His patients, his colleagues, his customers, his friends and family were all truly blessed to have known him!!!
Cindy and Colin,
So sorry to hear about Frank. He is home and no longer suffering. God be with you.
So sorry to hear about Frank. He will be sorely missed by his colleagues and community. I will always remember him for that award winning smile and his great knowledge he loved to share.
Many blessings to his family
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you with the passing of Frankie. The world has lost a very special and intelligent person. He is now out of his pain but he did put up a very corageous fight. I will always remember my cousin. Cielle C Drouant