John Peter Frank II
Our friend and brother in Christ, John, went home to be with our Lord, September 4, 2021. He was a resident of Canon City since 2008 after growing up in Idaho Springs; but his heart was always in Kremmling, Co. He is survived by his wife Kelly; sons John, Quinton, Brock and Dylan; step-children, Danielle Austin and Conan Janis; and grandchildren. He was born to parents John Peter Frank Sr. and Susie Clements and grew in the heart of his step-mother, Lydia Frank who all preceded him in death. He had many passions, but above all, God and Kelly were the main focuses in his life. He strived to become the man he intended to be for his family and friends. He loved his wife, children, step-children and grandchildren and was especially fond of helping Kelly refine her organizational skills, which at times, she humbly appreciated. His passion for college football found him cheering for the The Texas Longhorns and he followed the PBR Bulls. Besides being a hard worker in the construction industry, he found relaxation when he was fishing and hunting deer and elk. He enjoyed ranching and animals and could be heard being called the "cow and chicken whisperer". He had a warm smile and a kindness in his eyes that made John a friend. He will be missed. Services will be held in John's honor on October 9, 2021 at 11:00 at Living Stone Calvary Chapel, 830 Bridge Street, Canon City, Co.
Published by The Canon City Daily Record on Sep. 22, 2021.
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Memorial service
Living Stone Calvary Chapel
830 Bridge Street, Canon City, CO
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John, "The best of friends know that they were loved for who they were in life and will be remembered for their heart in their death." Thank you for your friendship, laughs and all the great memories! You will be missed.
Jeannie Robertson McNeal
October 3, 2021
Rufus was one of the delights of my high school experience. He always made me smile. And when my father was ill, was there to give a hug when needed. I am so sad to hear of his passing. Rest well, Rufus. You´ll never be forgotten.
Karen Hartley Moseley
October 1, 2021
I knew John in high school many years ago. He was funny, smart, adorable, and would do anything for a laugh. His light will be missed. Rest in peace, John (Rufus) Frank
Mandy K Azbill
September 28, 2021
Bill and Irene Wheatley
September 23, 2021
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