Frank-Stranahan-Obituary

Frank Richard Stranahan

West Palm Beach, Florida

1922-2013

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A true champion and incredible life thank you for your time.

My grandfather, Lloyd Gullickson, followed Byron Nelson as the pro at the Inverness Club from 1945-1966. He was privilaged to serve its members and in particular, the Stranhan family. All of Lloyd's family were well aware of this special relationship. On behalf of the Gullickson grandchildren who survive, I would like to extend our condolences to the his family.

FRANK WILL BE MISSED,HE WAS VERY INSPIRATIONAL,AND A GOOD FRIEND.

I would like to give my condolences for the lost of your love Frank.

Sorry for your loss..may Frank rest in peace.

Dear Stranahan family,
I am very sorry for your loss i hope this bible scripture gives you comfort. (john 3:16)

IM SORRY FOR YOUR LOST. MAY YOUR FAMILY RELY ON GOD IN THIS TIME OF GRIEF.

To The Frank Stranahan Family and Friends. As a young man in high school in Augusta, Georgia, from 1945 thru 1950, I was honored and privileged to serve as a Gallery Guard to the Masters Golf Tournaments. The ROTC Cadet sat Richmond Academy performed that service, in uniforms of Army cadets, and found so much history about golf and the great players from around the world. I well remember Frank Stranahan back then, when he was a well-built man, blond hair, well tanned, with a following of fans...

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(NEWS ARTICLE) Frank Richard Stranahan, who was born into a Toledo industrialist family and went on to combine privilege with talent and hard work to become the greatest amateur golfer in the world of his era, died Sunday in Hospice of Palm Beach County, Florida. He was 90.Mr. Stranahan, who was...

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