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Dale Franklin Frank Jr.

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Dale Franklin FRANK, Jr. After a courageous two-year battle with cancer, Dale Franklin Frank, Jr., 58, died on July 20, 2010. He was born February 10, 1952 in Kansas City, MO. Dale attended Auburn High School, graduating in 1970 as class valedictorian. At the University of Washington, he played freshman basketball and was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He received his law degree from the University of Puget Sound in 1977. Dale worked as legal counsel for Quigg Brothers Inc., Aberdeen, WA, which led to a long career in building construction and real estate. In Seattle, he worked for Wright Schuchart as associate counsel and Martin Selig Real Estate. Later he founded his own company, Dale Frank & Associates Inc., which developed commercial properties throughout the Northwest and La Quinta, CA. Dale was a wonderful husband and father. He will be remembered for his loyalty to family and friends, tremendous work ethic, special sense of humor and ready smile. He was preceded in death by his parents Dale Frank, Sr. and Betty Jean Frank. Dale is survived by his wife, Barbara and two children, John and Lauren; sisters, Marlene Tibke and Billie Lether (Ron); in-laws, Douglas and Roberta Campbell and sister-in-law Leslie Tubbs (Ian). Also nieces, Lori Tucker (Jim) and Sarah Johnston; nephews, Jeff Hansen (Toni) and Eric Hansen (Sarah), as well as numerous other family members. Dale's family would like to acknowledge the generous care of the doctors and nurses at Virginia Mason and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. A memorial service will be held 11AM on Saturday, August 14th, at Mercer Island Presbyterian Church. His family suggests memorials to a cause to which Dale devoted much time and energy: The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 520 Pike Street #1075, Seattle, WA 98101-3909 or online at www.cff.org/chapters/washington. Remembrances may be shared at www.sunsethillsfuneralhome.com.
Published in The Seattle Times from Aug. 5 to Aug. 11, 2010
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