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October 20, 2019

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September 14, 2019
He was a good man. So sorry for your loss.
September 12, 2019
Harold, Rob, and Elizabeth my codlences. Your father was a great man.
September 11, 2019
Rob siblings and Linda. My heart aches for your loss. Frank or "Doc" was a great mentor to me. I got my first taste of working on cars about 40 years ago when Frank showed Rob and me how to work on the old 1966 Mercedes diesel at the Raby road property. His knowledge was vast and varying. His cabinet woodworking skills, fly tying and fishing skills were tops. His laugh was infectious. He lit up a room with his smile and laugh. I hurt not only for you all but a piece of me left with him. Alot of great memories.
September 11, 2019
Frank has been a good friend and fishing buddy for the past 35 years. My condolences to his entire family. I will miss him and his wit every time I fish the "Mighty Mo" in Montana, particularly when I miss a fish and turn around to see if he saw what happened. Most times, he did, and was quick to remind me of it.
Good-bye my friend.
John Hunter
Grayling, Mi and Craig, Mt
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