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Kenneth Frank Obituary
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September 20, 2018

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January 9, 2018
My sincere condolences to my loving brother and family. Ken was a wonderful brother to me growing up. I was born 3 years after Ken, also my twin brother Herb, in the same house on 37 Bennett St. Ken taught us many things from painting homes to playing sports; to working with him setting pins in the old bowling lanes; delivering newspaper all over Freehold. Then we formed a family team of bowlers that included, Gus, Ray, Ken, Harv, Herb. We moved to Howell Lanes in 1957 and bowled there for many years in the Intermediate League, winning from 1st place to the last place. I sure will miss Ken, he was my favorite! RIP brother.
January 7, 2018
My deepest sympathy to the entire family of Uncle Kenny Frank Sr. Always liked working with Uncle Kenny in the summer time when school let out. Also when I was a youngster spending a Saturday night Sleep overs and going to the Drive-in for a movie. Just one of my favorite memories. God Bless you all. RIP Uncle Kenny.