“Almost 50 years ago, Frank once wrote on a short story I had submitted as a creative writing class assignment that he looked forward to the day when he could tell people it was he who taught me how to write. How true! I learned many, many writing techniques from him that I have applied throughout my career, techniques that clearly contributed to my success. No one deserves to be called a teacher more than he. He changed lives. Thank you, Frank. Farewell old friend.
“Janet,Please know that Frank was a wonderful man and will never be forgotten.
We enjoyed our time with he and Billie Jo. His mystery writing's, his theatricals, humor, high character values & complete devotion to his family were extremely impressive. He had a good life. God blessed us with Frank as our friend.
J and MaryAnne Kornegay
“Janet, I am so sorry for your loss. I am glad I got the chance to meet your dad and take care of him for a short while. Thinking of you.
“Janet, The California and Washington branches of the Peirce clan will be sending prayers your way this afternoon. We are all grateful for Uncle "Sugar" and will remember him with great fondness!
“He was the best English teacher I ever had..
“Dear Janet, our family will remember Frank always. We enjoyed all of our visits with him, his humor, his writings...a man of many talents. We will miss him and wish for you peace and rest. Love, Donna and Gene
“Janet I am so sorry for your loss. He is at peace now and with your mom. God bless you
James Franklin Peirce, age 94, formerly a Bryan resident for 65 years, passed away on Wednesday,January 9, 2013 at The Court Assisted Living in Round Rock, TX.Visitation will be held on Saturday January 12, 2013 from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. at Memorial FuneralChapel, 1515 South College Avenue,...Read More