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February 25, 2015
On this the anniversary of your death , I miss you more than words can ever describe. Loved you most ,until we meet again .
June 28, 2013
Happy Birthday June 27 "Dearest Friend"
May 23, 2013
I only worked with Commander Williams a short time but he was a very down to Earth and friendly man. It was hard to be in a bad mood after being around him. His light will certainly be missed. Continued prayers for his family as I am sure you miss this fine gentleman.
April 16, 2013
We are so very sorry to hear of Franks passing. We remember his smile, his friendship and how much he loved his family. All those trips on the bus looking for housing and Janice you were always his favorite topic of conversation. We felt we knew you well before your arrival to Sigonella. Frank was the true embodiment of an officer and a gentleman. We felt lucky to have had the opportunity to call him friend and to know his wonderful family. We will hold you all in our prayers.
April 09, 2013
I had the privilege and honor to serve with CDR Williams on his first Afghan deployment and could not have been more fortunate to have worked with such a great leader. Semper Fi, Frank!!
April 04, 2013
So sorry to hear about the passing of one who I met while deployed to Afghanistan as well. Frank was always willing to help and went on a number of village mission trips c/ us. We also collaborated c/ him in getting vaccines through the Afghan Army. During that trip we gave out thousands of vaccines. I believe he even drove the hummer for us and rode in the top as our gunner when needed. I salute you Frank! Maj Soto Retired
April 04, 2013
Frank Williams was a superb Naval Officer and a good friend and mentor. I served with him in Afghanistan in 2007-2008. We went out on two high-profile missions and his spirit, humor and good nature kept us focused. He told me he was out there so the younger kids wouldn't have to go. His honor and nobility were inspirational. He will be missed.
April 02, 2013
I'm am so saddened to hear of the passing of my friend and shipmate. I met Frank when he first arrived at Bethesda and then again in Sigonella and other places over the years. He was truly an Officer, mentor and scholar who led at the "tip of the spear". Rest in peace my friend, we have the watch. Semper fi
March 23, 2013
I will remember Frank as a dedicated officer who placed others before himself. He was always ready to listen attentively and offer words of wisdom because he sincerely cared. His actions in life reflect that and his legacy will live on in the many he inspired. Frank stands the watch in a different post now. God Bless him.
March 22, 2013
Frank Williams was one of the finest individuals I have ever met. He was a superb colleague and a wonderful friend. He had tremendous enthusiasm and passion for developing a malaria vaccine and he worked closely with many of us at the Naval Medical Research Center, donating his free time to help us with this mission. He was a courageous and fine officer, volunteering to be deployed so that others would not have to go. He was one of the bravest people I've had the honor to know and I will miss him terribly.

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