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July 18, 2018

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May 31, 2017
Another from a great generation passes on to higher summits. I remember the ever-present smile, the positivity, and gentle kindness. The noon- hour doubles show on court # 1 at the DCC. He was the guy to follow up any trail--- slow and steady got 'er done! Godspeed! I wish grace to all the friends and family- and have personally found solace in so many memories that only bring smiles!
May 27, 2017
Frank was my godfather. I don't live in Colorado, but often stopped by with my step-dad, Tim Tyler, to visit when I was in Denver. Our last visit was over breakfast at one of his favorite places on 14th Ave last fall. He regaled us with stories of WWII. I am saddened by his loss, and wish I could have spent more time with him. Best wishes to all the family. You don't really know me, but we go way back to the 1950s when my parents (Janet & Bill Boyd) and yours spent a lot of time together. Take care. RIP, Frank.