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July 19, 2018

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October 2, 2017
I remember you (and Becky) from HP. I was sorry to hear of your passing. My condolences to your family. May you rest in peace, Frank.
September 26, 2015
Frank was my friend. I have always been proud of that fact because he was truly a man of strong character. I was blessed to have begun my friendship with Frank (or as I knew him, Nubby) when we were just children. As a young boy he was especially kind and always very polite. If you were a little girl in Frank's church your mother encouraged you to spend more time with him. Fortunately, spending time with Nubby was something you wanted to do anyway.

He went to high school in Montana and I went to Washington. We didn't write much but I could always count on a gift in the mail on my birthday and on Valentine's Day. He was a thoughtful and generous friend.

We remained close through college and as newlyweds, each of us raising our own families. We shared a lot and we disagreed on a few things. Our views on religion weren't always the same but we both enjoyed a good debate and I think we both had a good understanding of what was really important and what was merely interesting.

Frank, you have truly blessed those of us who mourn your passing. You were a man of intriguing intellect but I thank God the most for your ability to express your love to your family and friends. I think we can all say that we KNEW we were loved by you and that is a gift we will always cherish.

Your pain is gone and we will somehow learn to deal with ours, knowing that our loss is truly Heaven's gain. Godspeed, my Dear Friend.
September 26, 2015
I met Frank when I started my career at HP nearly 32 years ago. Frank was one of the experienced engineers whose friendly, calm-in-the-storm demeanors brought more peace to a young professional than he could ever know. Frank made engineering problems, stalled production lines, pressuring managers, unresponsive vendors, and other work crises look easy. No matter what was happening in a given day, I could always count on Frank to bring the best of humanity to the work place with a smile, a joke, some sage advice, or simply an ear to listen.

My heartfelt condolences go out to his family who will certainly miss him dearly, but are undoubtedly comforted by the fact that he is now in our Father's extraordinary house, once again making others laugh, learning all the answers to those scientific mysteries that puzzled us, lovingly watching their journeys through their lives, and patiently waiting for them to join him.