Joseph Lee "Flea" Frankmore

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  • "Lee was a positive influence to everyone who had the..."
    - Buzz and Laurie Zickefoose
  • "Tony and Gino, Sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Our..."
    - Tim Hickey
  • "My condolences to Cheryl and the Frankmore family during..."
    - Henry Abeyta
  • "Gino, Cheryl, Tony & kids - SO sorry. We loved both your..."
    - Liz and Kelly Seeger
  • "Lee, our friend and co-worker, you will always be an..."
    - Guest Services team The Broadmoor Hotel
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Joseph Lee "Flea" Frankmore, 76, passed away peacefully in his Colorado Springs home on March 31, 2013. He was a Colorado native. Joe grew up in Pueblo, CO, graduating from Central High school. Preceded in death by his loving wife, Martha Jo Frankmore; parents, Charles and Clara Frankmore; and his brother, August Frankmore. Joe is survived by his children and grandchildren, Cheryl (Dave) Frankmore-Malenky, her two children, Jennifer and Brian, Gino Frankmore and his three children, Nick, Chris, and Mikayla; Tony (Debbie) Frankmore and their three children, Jacob, Jessica, and Joshua; brother, Charles (Bid) Frankmore; and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. Joe spent his adult years in Colorado Springs working in the service industry. He worked several years at the Broadmoor Hotel. He was also a small business owner. Joe enjoyed people. He had a friendly smile and a charming personality. He was a wonderful story teller. He loved spending time outdoors fishing, mining for gold, and sitting on his front porch people watching. Joe would spend the winters in Mazatlan Mexico where he had numerous friends. He liked to cook and host family gatherings. Family was very important to him. He was the heart and soul of the family. Joe lived life to the fullest and will be missed by all who knew him. Rosary will be 1:30pm, Friday, April 5, 2013 at Mt. Carmel Church at 421 Clark St., Pueblo, CO with Mass to follow. Viewing will be prior to Rosary. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences can be made at
Published in The Gazette on Apr. 3, 2013
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