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Frank Muniz Pia

Salt Lake City, Utah

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10/19/1945 - 8/28/2013I have had some close calls and a few unhealthy habits, so I am glad I have lasted as long as I have.My life started when my Dutch grandmother met my Austrian grandfather in Salt Lake City. My father, LeRoy Quinten Pia, was their product. He went to Brazil on a mormon...

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JIM AND I WILL MISS YOU FRANK!
YOU WERE ONE HECK OF GUY!

YOU LEAVE US WITH THE BEST OF MEMORIES.
THANK YOU FRANK FOR YOUR GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR THAT ADDED SUCH FLAVOR TO OUR LOVE FOR YOU....
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WILL REMAIN IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER....
LOVE, JIM, JAMES AND CHAROLETTE STEWART 09-19-13

Dear Linda and your wonderful family: When I think of and remember Frank, it was always "Richard, Virgil, Frank, Shauna, Helen, Peggy, the best six childhood friends ever." Growing up together through elementry, junior high and high school was so fun. He will forever be a part of our cherished friendship. I am so glad we were able to have our "High School Musical" summer party. So glad we took those pictures. My heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. May you...

I am glad to have had the opportunity to know Frank.. always enjoyed his company as friend of family and know he will be missed by many. My condolences to family and friends. I was surprised and saddened to hear of his passing.

Oh Frank,I meet Frank just out of High School. I married his ex-wife, Pats little sister, Jill when I was 19.We had many fond memories together, one on one and @ the Thomas family gatherings. We were mischievous @ times but it was always in good gesture.We both could have done stand-up in Vegas. {Ha Ha) I will always cherrish the good times and he will be deeply missed in my heart. Peace my friend.

I was friends with Pat and Frank in high school and was truly saddened to hear of his passing. May I extend my sincere sympathy.

I am so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. I have many wonderful memories of him…all the way back to being a bride's maid at my sister and his wedding. He taught me how to make mashed potatoes on Thanksgiving at my house - a funny memory to have, but one that I think of fondly and always makes me smile (you had to be there). I have always thought of Frank as part of my family. He was a good man, and always made me laugh. He will be missed greatly.

Maria - I am so sorry for your loss. I never met Frank but, reading his obituary, he sounds like a wonderful person. My thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time. Marny

Frank was such a great mentor to me, I enjoyed the relationship I developed working with Frank at WesTech Engineering. I was sad to hear he passed away what a great friend he was to all he was in contact with. My thoughts go out to the family, may you feel peace and comfort.

This was a beautiful obituary and we really enjoyed learning more about Frank. Your family is in our thoughts. Sending much love, Heather and Rich Homer (Kari's sister and brother-in-law)