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July 20, 2018

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January 17, 2018
This is such sad news as I have long wished to connect again with Frank, but somehow never managed to find him. I was Frank's roommate, along with Michael Crichton, for much of our years at college. We was such a wonderful big gentle soul, a real model student and friend. I missed being unable to find him, and now (sitting in a hotel in Frankfurt, Germany) painfully accept the fact that I will never see him again. Let me assure his family, however, that I will never forget him.
January 11, 2018
Hi Tina. I met you at TarrazAngelz last week. I'm so sorry to read about Frank's passing. I read the article regarding his work and loves. He sounds like a wonderful, loving human being. I'm so sorry for your loss. Anne
January 9, 2018
Frank changed my life when he offered me the chance to work in his lab with Rick Jacobsen as a "teacher-intern" in a program set up by Bruce Wallace to expand science education in our local schools. He was generous and patient in so many ways and creative in the experiences he coached me through, and the insights he provided about how drugs are developed and teamwork and coordination smooth the path.
My condolences to Tina, Ken, Amy, and David. Your dad was a teacher in the deepest sense, and a wonderful, insightful, caring person to know. I will miss him always.