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July 20, 2018

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January 10, 2017
I was so sorry to hear about Frank. I visited him in Wash DC a couple of years ago. He was a school-mate at Cathedral HS and probably the most intelligent man I have ever met. T his was the first year I didn't get a Christmas Card from him and now I know why. My condolences to Bob and his family.

Love and Prayers, Mary Anne Boos
January 4, 2017
I felt honored to be meet Frank as a hospice volunteer. he will be missed.
January 3, 2017
Uncle Frank will be greatly missed. I am glad we had the opportunity to spend some time with him visiting before his passing. I enjoy this picture we took of Uncle Frank, my husband Chris (his nephew) and our newest addition Levi (his great nephew) from our visit in September.
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January 1, 2017
Frank was a long-time volunteer driver for Bethesda Help, a charitable organization that provides a safety net for low-income residents of lower Montgomery County Maryland. He was dedicated to helping the poor and regularly delivered food to needy families up until August when he resigned because of other commitments. He never let on that he was ill.

Frank was a good man who cared about his fellow human beings and he will be greatly missed.

Ruth Morrel, Director