William N. Frank, of Library Lane, Simsbury, died Thursday (September 11, 2003). Born in New York, NY, he was the son of Murray R. and Gertrude (Goodman) Frank. He was a 1951 graduate of Weaver High School and attended the University of Connecticut. He was a retired insurance broker and member of NCIA. He leaves his wife of 48 years, Ethel (Flitt) Frank; three daughters, Roberta Stevenson and her husband John of Tariffville, Janice Weinstein and her husband Arnold of West Hartford, and Paula Knight and her husband Rohan of East Granby; his brother Stanley Frank and his wife Jean of Avon; ten grandchildren, Eric, Sarah, and Mark Stevenson, Shira and Max Weinstein, Ashley, Charisse and Jordan Knight, and Daniel and �Rachel Frank. He was predeceased by a son, Mitchell Frank. Funeral services will be held TODAY, 12:30 p.m., in the Chapel of the Weinstein Mortuary, 640 Farmington Avenue, Hartford with Rabbi James Rosen and Rabbi Jennifer Tobenstein co-officiating. Interment will follow in the Hartford Mutual Society Cemetery, East Granby. A memorial period will be observed at the home of his daughter, Janice Weinstein, 116 West Ridge Dr., West Hartford through Tuesday evening. Memorial contributions may be made to Beth El Temple, 2626 Albany Ave., West Hartford 06117, or to a charity of the donor's choice. For further information, directions, or to leave a remembrance and sign our guest book please visit online at www.weinsteinmortuary.com.
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I was saddened to hear of the loss of Mr. William Frank.
My deepest sympathies to the entire Frank family.
Shane O'Connor and family
October 2, 2003
We were terribly sorry to hear of the passing of Billy.
Ethel our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family.
Ann & Herb Bendell
September 17, 2003
Sending my deepest regards to the entire Frank family. I know this must be a difficult time of transition but hope that you all find a loving spot that recalls all the wonderful memories you shared with your dad. I remember his smile and laughter as he tried to contain himself. God bless each of you.