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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Richard Frantz, 90 years old, born on January 17, 1931, and passed away on April 13, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Michael SMITLEY on April 22, 2021
Kerry and family. I am sorry to hear about your fathers passing. In my thoughts and prayers old friend.
Posted by Lisa Robarge on April 19, 2021
Dear Terry and Family,
So sorry to hear of your father's passing. We know all too well how difficult this time will be for you. Hold onto the memories that you have, and find comfort in them. God bless.
Yolanda, Louis, Lisa, Marie and Paul (Alma and Lou's children).

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Posted by Michael SMITLEY on April 22, 2021
Kerry and family. I am sorry to hear about your fathers passing. In my thoughts and prayers old friend.
Posted by Lisa Robarge on April 19, 2021
Dear Terry and Family,
So sorry to hear of your father's passing. We know all too well how difficult this time will be for you. Hold onto the memories that you have, and find comfort in them. God bless.
Yolanda, Louis, Lisa, Marie and Paul (Alma and Lou's children).
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Obituarary

Richard Woodburn Frantz age 89 of Norwich Connecticut, formally Carlise PA, passed away on April 13, 2021 at Backus Hospital. Born December 17, 1931 in Carlise, PA. He was the son of the late Ralph Frantz and Margaurite (Houston) Frantz. He was preceded in death by his sister Margaret E Sheriff and his brother Robert Frantz.

Richard was survived by his wife, Mary A Frantz of 68 years; daughter Theresa Salahi; son Nader Salahi; son Kerry Frantz and daughter- in- law Donna Morreale of Milford MA; granddaughter Jamelah Stone, great granddaughters Morgan and Ella; brother Michael Frantz and sister in law Janet of Newville, PA.

Richard worked at Kinney shoes for a couple of decades. He was a skilled craftsman and continued his skills up until his passing. He enjoyed building and collecting many model cars and trains.

The love he had for his family and God was unwavering.

Service will be held in private with family.

Please make memorial donations to the VFW Veterans of Foreign Wars at www.vfw.org/Help/Veterans.



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