Willoughby, Ohio

Jan 14, 1959 – Oct 16, 2017 (Age 58)


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age 58, of Euclid, OH, died suddenly on Monday, October 16. Frank was born to Frank J. Ulle & Mary Ulle on January 1959. He is survived by both parents, his beloved daughter Meredith, former spouse Kim Ulle, three siblings: Janet Ulle, Michelle (Bill) Kaselak (nee Ulle) & Andrew (Carolyn)...

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My heartfelt sympathies go out to the Ulle family. Frank was a patron at our Willoughby Hills library. I always enjoyed talking with him. And I saw how caring and loving he was to his mom! Frank will be missed.

My heartfelt condolences to your family on the loss of Frank. He was a great friend of my late husband, Joe. I know the pain you experiencing, but it will take time to pass. You will always have your memories.

I had the pleasure and privilege of meeting Frank very recently and we became friends immediately. We learned that we had a great deal in common, including having attended Miami University in Oxford Ohio. The conversations we had came so easily and he was someone I so wished to get to know much more. I am saddened by this news and hold him and his family in my prayers. I could tell in just a short time what a dear, smart, intelligent, thoughtful man he was.....and I know that he truly...

My siblings and I were neighbors of the Ulle family in Euclid during the late 60's and early 70's. Frank was a world class guy then and it sounds like he continued that for the rest of his life. He will be missed. May he Rest In Peace .
Rick Kozan

My sincere condolences to you Frank and your family. It sounds like your son took after you, a real class act of a person. God Bless you.

My sincere condolences to you Frank and your entire family. Sounds like your son took after you, a real class act. God Bless.

To Frank's Beloved - Praise God for His gift to us. I was blessed to work (and play) with Frank at Vantage. Frank, A vibrant soul with deep caring for family and friends. He brightens every room and heart. He draws folks in. A catalyst for fun and activity. May God comfort you with His assurance. "That's all folks" rests at the juncture between temporal life and eternal life with Christ our Savior. Someday we will reunite with Frank in a new beginning without pain or tears, but only...

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