Tana and I were out to visit you and Mom last week for Easter. We think about you all the time. We hope you and Mom are happy and resting.
My condolences to the Dagg family. I had the pleasure to be associated with Frank in 1981-82 when he was our coach on the Port Coquitlam Blues Jr. Hockey Team.
Having just come over as a teenager from Finland, I was lucky to run into Frank almost immediately. Two good men, Frank and Doug McIntosh took me under their wing. It is easy to join those who say he was the best hockey coach they ever had.
I will always remain grateful for everything Frank did for me, on and off the ice. Lots of great memories that will never be forgotten. Hockey lessons that will be passed on. Rest in peace, coach.
Jouni Nieminen, Edmonton Alberta
You and Mom are together again. Miss you both
I think about you every day and wish I could have more time with you. I miss you and love you so much. You were my guide in life and taught me so much. I miss hearing your voice and that laugh you have. Till we meet again my father. Love you so much and miss you.
Your son ...........Frankie.
Condolences to the Dagg family from the Gillies family. Rest in peace coach Dagg. Ross Gillies
Condolences from the Gillies family. Rest in peace coach Dagg. Ross Gillies
Our deepest sympathy to Bev,Gerry,Frankie,Glenn, Danny and family on the passing of Frank.
My Friend: Frank and I worked for ESCO Ltd. at the Pt.Coquitlam plant for many years becoming close friends. Frank was a good supervisor, he rarely saw problems only solutions. Frank became a Sr supervisor at our Pt Hope Ontario plant.
Frank's passion was sports. Hockey was at the core of that passion. He played, coached and watched other sports but hockey was where he wanted to be. Frank and I started two hockey teams. One team in 1964-65 in the Coquitlam Commercial Hockey League winning championship. In 1969-70 we enterered the Garibaldi Sr. Hockey League ending third place, loosing in the playoffs.
We remained friends over the years and kept in touch. God Bless you Frank.
Peter and Marie Markin - Pt. Coquitlam
Dan and family, Our thoughts are with you all at this most difficult time. Treasure the memories.
Forever in our Hearts and mind. All Our Love Christie, Devon, Braydon, Gabriela and your daughter Susan
I would like to extend our deepest regrets on the passing of Frank to Bev,Gerry,Frankie,Glen and Danny .I first met Frank many years ago playing hockey in the richmond hockey league.We had many good times together.I valued his friendship very much. sincerely .Erv,Dawn ,Kim and Kevin Gossen
Dad Grampa, We will forever cherish the time we spent with you. I will treasure the memories we had in my heart forever. you will be deeply missed but never forgotten. My deepest condolences to Bev,Frank,Glen,and Danny and to the rest of family and friends. RIP Dad
Love Barb Witala & Kimberly Dagg (Baby) xoxoxo
An interesting life and a great one for the family to reflect on .All the best to the family at this time of remembrance.
Frank you were the best coach I ever had! I will never forget driving to so many tournaments with you and Dan and Bev You were the one who told me to come to hockey practice without my goalie gear because I was supposed to be the best skater on the ice You were so right The only thing I beat you at was eating the 24 ounce steak at the Old Country Kitchen in Portland And then we won the game later that nite You will be missed but we will meet again! PEA SOUP
I am sad to hear about Frank's passing as he was an exceptional person and coach I learned so much from Frank I remember Frank telling me to come to hockey practice without my goal tending gear and he made me skate my bag off! His reasoning was Goaltenders are supposed to be the strongest skaters on the team and he was so right! The only thing I beat you at was the bet that I could eat the 24 ounce steak at the OLD COUNTRY KITCHEN in Portland and I got 5 bucks off ya!and then we won the game shortly after that! I will see ya again coach!RIP PEA SOUP
Rest In Peace Frank, our thoughts go out to you, and to your family.
From the Harvey's
My condolences to you Bev and family
From old friend Mary McCurrach
I had the honour of assisting Frank for a few years as he coached a Rep. team from Port Coquitlam where his younest son Dan and my son Rene played. Frank was "tough as nails" and was able to develope each player to the maximum of thier potential. He was respected by all who played for him...