Frank R. Cady

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great actor he touched many lives Robert Bird Lifelong fan Jellico TN

Loved Mr Drucker on Green Acres! I really miss seeing shows like Green Acres and Petticoat Junction. Peace and comfort to the family and fans in the promises of Jesus Christ.


This lazy Father's Day morning, my husband and I watched the movie "Hearts of the West," in which Mr. Cady played Pa Tater. That led to a discussion of his roles in old TV shows such as Petticoat Junction; coincidentally, there is a decrepit old Shady Rest Hotel in the town in which we now reside. And then a long-forgotten memory struck me like a bolt from the blue: I interviewed Frank and Shirley in the mid-'80s at their home in Cambria, when I worked for the Central Coast...

Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us. Godspeed.

Rest Frank, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

Thank God and thank you,for a blessed life!

"you are the greatest of all times you will always be missed the screen will never be the same rest in peace". Harold Franklin Cady, Sr. Pearson Ga.

Loved watching on Petticoat Junction and Green Acres. RIP.

Amazing,I grew up loving Frank during my child hood days, and to just find out he was here in Oregon, many times I have driven through Wilsonville, and the Rennie produce company served this golf community with their veggies,Rennie"s Produce


Frank's Obituary

Cady, Frank R. 96 Sept. 08, 1915 June 08, 2012 Frank was born in Susanville, Calif. to Clara and Leon "Ted" Cady. He was the youngest of three children. After pursuing an initial interest in journalism during both high school and college, Frank decided that his true calling was in...

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