Frank H. Gruenewald

Utica, New York


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Frank H. Gruenewald Marcy Frank H. Gruenewald, 86, of Marcy, passed away on Wednesday, June 27, 2012, in Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare, with his family by his side. Frank was born on February 10, 1926, in Dumas, Arkansas, the son of Frank J. and Ethlyn (Ebert) Gruenewald. He then moved with...

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Dear family and friends of Frank's,
Pickn'ez is having a "Remembering Frank" performance on Friday July 20th @6:30pm at Lock 20 Marcy,(Betsy The Barge)There will be giveaways in honor of Frank, things to remember Frank by. Please come help us remember this wonderful man who will be missed by so many of us. Rest in Peace Frank. May God heal your hearts and give each one of you peace and comfort in remembering the memories. Pickn'ez Marte and Debbe

Dear Family, I was away this weekend and I couldn't make this important wake/funeral for such a great man, wow i just don't know where to start. For my twenty-one years as Town Supervisor frank was always there to bounce ideas with, to do so many projects he was pleased to start and finish and then there was his baby, betsy the barge, what an idea along with taking over Lock 20 for mowing, cleaning bathrooms, etc. You had a great man to look up to, he will be dearly missed and you have my...

Rest in Peace Frank! Comfort and peace to your family. We will always remember you. Your kind and humble heart has done so much for so many people. Thank you having Pickn'ez perform for so many years at Lock 20, (Betsy The Barge). We will miss you Frank. Love Marte and Debbe

Deal Lisa and John & Family,
We are so sorry to hear about your loss-- you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Margaret and Ira Rosenheck & Family

The Satterlys send their condolences. "Big Frank" provided many employment opportunities for me and others as we made our way through high school and college. Working alongside his son David, I will be forever grateful for the things we learned and the work ethic we acquired. He will be remembered for his kindness and setting many positive examples for us to follow. Much of my career success can be traced back to humble beginnings working for Mr. Gruenewald. We will miss him.

The members of Fritz's Polka Band are saddened to hear of Frank's passing. We dedicated our gig last night (June 28th) at the Lock #20 Park in Marcy in Frank's memory. He was a friend, a great guy and will truly be missed. Deepest condolences to his friends and family.

Robert and I are in shock. Such a grand gentleman we had the pleasure of sharing BTL seats with. God Bless.

My dad (Scott Creaser) passed in 2010 but served in Rotary with Frank. I always remember Frank as a man of high integrity and a wonderful sense of humor with a smile on his face. We were able to see him a few years ago and although my dad suffered with Alzheimer's, he loved Rotary and had a great time seeing everyone. Frank lived a wonderful life and made a difference in many ways to our community. He will be missed.

I am proud to say I knew Frank and served with him in Rotary. His accomplishments will be long remembered in our area. Prayers and blessings to the Gruenewald family during this difficult time. May God bless you and your Dad's soul.