Frank was one of my oldest friends dating back to 1952-53 when he was my upperclassmen at Northwestern University. I only recently became aware of his death. I remember him as a close friend with whom I shared many fun times and he was in many ways my guiding hand. I will always remember his kind, sharing and wisdom. As I said we had fun together. I have saved a few of the beautiful Xmas cards and messages he sent to me. He will be missed and my best to his family. Sincerely, John Albertsen Tucson AZ
January 7, 2018
I was not aware until now that Frank had passed away, so I apologize for the belated words and memories. What a wonderful man Frank was, and someone I greatly admired. His wry sense of humor, and his keen political insights and maneuvers, will be missed forever. He was so good at what he did, and so unassuming, willing to let the primary light fall on others. He always made time to talk, and to visit, although I always benefited much more than he. I am a much better person for having known Frank, and for modeling some of who I am on who he was and will always be in my heart.
July 17, 2017
My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Frank. Rest assured life is precious. He promises to act in our behalf. 1 Corinthians 15:26
May 15, 2017
To the Morris Children and their Families: I was sorry to read of the death of your father. Please allow the God of all comfort to carry you through this difficult time.