ForeverMissed
Dear family and friends. It is with our deepest regret to inform you on the passing of our beloved Louis Frank. May the memories we shared with him live on forever. 

This page is intended to collect your tributes. Please share a message or memory of Louis to the family in his honor. Photos and videos may be added to each post.

Thank you for your continuous outpour of love and support,
The Frank Family


VIRTUAL EVENT
FRIDAY, JUNE 18TH, 2021
Memorial Service Live Stream 
9:00am to 12:30pm EST

Due to COVID-19 and limited capacity at the church, please consider watching the funeral service from your home through the link to the attached website http://www.Spumcny.org https://youtu.be/030o8h6YajY


IN- PERSON EVENTS
FRIDAY, JUNE 18TH, 2021 
Viewing 
9:00am to 11:00am EST

Memorial Service 
11:00am to 12:30pm EST

Viewing and service will be held at: 
St. Paul's United Methodist Church
3714 Ave D, Brooklyn, NY 11203

Due to limited capacity, only immediate family will be allowed during the Memorial Service. All are welcome for the viewing.
Internment
Internment will take place immediately following the service
Cypress Hills Cemetery
833 Jamaica Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Posted by Charles Lawrence on June 18, 2021
Brother Mike
Sincerest condolences from Sheila, me and family on the loss of your dear brother Louis. I met him briefly, but that short meeting told me a lot about his talents dedication and his humanity.
May his soul rest in everlasting peace.
Posted by Golda Critchlow on June 18, 2021
From the Critchlow family'
To Joyce and the entire family
We share your grief and God will heal and comfort each and everyone of you in days to come joy cometh in the morning. May his soul Rest in Everlasting Peace.
Love from all of us.
Posted by William Lawrence on June 17, 2021
Sincere and heartfelt sadness on the passing of Louis. You were a "music master" and over the years I always found pleasure in listening to your work.
Rest in Peace my friend.
Posted by Stylz H on June 17, 2021
So long big plumes a well played innings rest in peace (From Alfred Clarke)
Posted by Marilyn Samuels on June 17, 2021
My sincerest condolences to the family on the passing of this great guy (my THS classmate). May God grant him eternal peace!
Posted by Jasmine Stuart on June 17, 2021
I'm still processing this loss of life. To the entire Frank family please accept heartfelt condolences. I'm going to miss the funeral due to a prior arranged Dr's appointment.
Posted by Lima Jones on June 15, 2021
Sending heartfelt condolences to Donna, Jr and Nala and all of Louis' family. May he rest in peace!
Posted by Cheryl Whyte - Whatley on June 14, 2021
Sincere condolences to the grieving family. May his soul Rest in Peace.
Posted by Ann Ann Boyle on June 11, 2021
To they entire family our deepest sympathy. My dear friend Louis you will be missed. We had fun times with Molly, Ashley and all your children and family. I enjoy those DJ days and that nice music and that smile.  From the Boyle and Barratt family in Georgia, Ohio and New York. Sleep In Peace friend.
Posted by Dr. Polly Frank on June 11, 2021
This message is from Maxie Lawrence ( Polly's cousin).
My condolences to Louis's family. Among his other qualities, this brother was a music master and an excellent DJ. In fact, I have quite a few CD's he's mixed. RIP Louis.

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Posted by Charles Lawrence on June 18, 2021
Brother Mike
Sincerest condolences from Sheila, me and family on the loss of your dear brother Louis. I met him briefly, but that short meeting told me a lot about his talents dedication and his humanity.
May his soul rest in everlasting peace.
Posted by Golda Critchlow on June 18, 2021
From the Critchlow family'
To Joyce and the entire family
We share your grief and God will heal and comfort each and everyone of you in days to come joy cometh in the morning. May his soul Rest in Everlasting Peace.
Love from all of us.
Posted by William Lawrence on June 17, 2021
Sincere and heartfelt sadness on the passing of Louis. You were a "music master" and over the years I always found pleasure in listening to your work.
Rest in Peace my friend.
his Life
Louis Frank also known as "Plumie" and "Handsome Lou" was born on May 24th, 1955 in Georgetown, Guyana as the first born child of James Eugene Adolphus Frank and Joyce Evelyn Frank.

For his early education in Guyana he attended St. Phillips Anglican, followed by Tutorial High School. He later attended Guyana Technical Institute. He migrated to the United States in November of 1981. He began working for the Metropolitan Transit Authority in 1982. While working, he attended Technical Career Institute where he studied Electronic Engineering Technology. In June of 2017, he retired from the Metropolitan Transit Authority. 

During his spare time he enjoyed watching westerns,fishing, DJing, playing golf, listening to music, traveling, and entertaining family and friends. 



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Shared by Emerson Simon on June 18, 2021
Micheal, sincere condolences to you and your family. May God bless you with strength and peace at this time. 

Stay strong my brother.