H-Simpson-Obituary

H Frank Simpson

College Station, Texas

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I have known Frank for many,may years as his brother Link and I go back to first grade. What a wonderful family!!! I was always welcomed into their home, and they had great kids. I was fortunate enough to call them friends. Frank will truly be missed, but now he can join his mom Gloria, and his brother Mike.

Our deep and sincere condolences to the Simpson family for this most tragic loss of such a wonderful father and a great man. May the Lord and his Angels heal your wounded hearts soon.

I had the great privilege of working for Frank. He was passionate about his family, profession and the communities he served. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kelly and the kids.

I had the pleasure of working with Frank as the City Manager of Missouri City during 7 of my years as Mayor. His dedication to his family and to his job was an example of his life. He was a caring person that always had a smile on his face and a laugh in his heart. He had always told me that he wanted to end his career in College Station where it began and where he was a dedicated and loyal Aggie. Well, he got that wish, but it ended way to soon. May God be with Kelly and the family during...

You were a wonderful inspiration for us. Such a great loss at an early age. You will be missed dearly.

My thoughts and prayers are with your Family, I met Frank through Missouri City and our Rotary, I know all who knew Frank will miss him! May God Bless and be with his Family always...

Frank was a great man and true friend. He leaves this world a better place than he found it. Thoughts and prayers go out to the Simpson and extended family.

My prayers are with your family. I worked with Frank in La Marque, he was a wonderful person.

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H Simpson passed away in College Station, Texas. Funeral Home Services for H are being provided by Memorial Funeral Chapel College Station. The obituary was featured in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on April 29, 2013.