- 44 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 23, 1950
- Place of birth:
Lewistown, Montana, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 3, 1995
- Place of passing:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
|Let the memory of Frank be with us forever|
"I will never forget the last email I got from you, saying you were leaving work early because of an ice-storm... and, then getting called by Terry the following morning - letting me know that you were no longer on this plane of existence. I can't imagine that there will ever be a time that you won't be missed. Your Manatee still keeps me/us company... and, when it flips itself around on the bookshelf, sometimes knocking something down, I always know you're around :) <3"
"Ah Franklette ... On this evening, the 22nd year of your passing, what would you think of our world today? I trust we'd see you in a state of rage reserved for just such occasions. But you'd also be so proud of mankind's achievements, particularly in the scientific advancements and the human kindnesses than so often go unreported. I love you and missed you."
We still remember you with love, even though you left us over twenty years ago. You were one of the best people I've ever known - the time that you were a good friend was far too brief. Wherever you are now, I hope you you're still surrounded by a thousand points of light, like I will always remember you."
"Happy Birthday, Franklette! You'd have been 66 years old today, if still on this plane, which is odd since you were always four years older and I'm only 39. Puzzling! Electronics continue to advance - we just bought a new DVD/BlueRay combo that's smaller than a laptop and linked to the Internet. I know...you're amazed, too!"
"My favorite memory is the morning we met. He was helping to get things set-up for the service, stopped & greeted us - and we instantly had this "where have you been in this lifetime" connection - feeling like we'd known each other for ages and were just picking up where we left off. I still think of him often & miss him...<3"
"Thinking about you today, Franklette, and wondering what you'd think of this world we have today. I remember how it took you nearly THREE years to find just the right flat-screen TVs when they came out. Finally, one Sunday afternoon, you said, "Come on. We're going to Best Buy and I'm GONNA DO IT! And you did! Today the TVs are flat and my mobile phone does more than our home computer did then. The resolution on my mobile is probably better than that TV you bought. How amazed and delighted you'd be. But then, you already know this, and you're smiling with me. Give Kalee, Helen and Frank, Sr. a big hug!"
"I met Frank through Terry in 1990 when I first began attending the Center for Spiritual Living in Glendale, CA, where Terry was a practitioner. Frank was a kind, sweet, loving and gentle soul. His warmth surrounded everyone he came in contact with. Like Sydney says in her comment, I know he's hanging with Helen and lighting up the skies with his bright but gentle light!!"
"I was never blessed to meet Frank. I know him thru the heart of his sister, Kathleen, who misses his light to this day. I'm blessed to know so many of his relatives...therefore, I'm privy to so many great stories about Frank....I am sure to meet you one day..."
"Frank, your heart and soul were open and clear and true.
You are still thought of and remembered, all these years later.
I know you are hanging with Helen, and lighting up the skies with your sweet smile."
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