Condolence: I will miss talking to Frank. My husband worked with Frank and after he died Nov.2,2006 Frank & I kept in contact. He always called on Paul.s anniversary, name day & during the year. I never forgot his birthday nor name day. Unfortunately I just read his obituary. I called his home & a stranger answered. May he rest in peace. Frank was a kind & saintly person. I will miss talking to him,
Condolence: Dear Andrew,
I was so sad to learn of Frank's passing. I had been worried since I didn't speak to him in a month. I knew him 54 years. He was the kindest, gentlest, friendliest person I knew. I know he is in a better place. My sincerest wishes to the family.
Condolence: Frank you were an endearing person to all who knew you on Earth, and we are sure you are now a special soul in heaven. You touched so many with your thoughtful cards and generous words of encouragement. You were always other-minded, more interested in the concerns and thoughts of others than touting your own. You are, and will continue to be, a source of inspiration of how we should love one another in a Christ-like fashion that is so needed today. May we all feel your presence in our hearts to make us better people. Our gratitude to your dear brother Andrew, who oversaw your final years with love and self-sacrifice. Thank you Andrew, for doing what we could not. Thank you Frank, for your friendship, inspiration and love.
Condolence: I was sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. I remember many times talking and laughing with Frank through some long days at work. He always had something to say that always made you see the good in just about anything. He will be missed.
Condolence: Your friendship was important to all of us at work and in our life.
My children always looked forward to receiving your birthday cards’.
Your friendship was very special to everyone who knew you. Knowing you was a very special blessing in our LIFE. I will always remember your kindness when you returned the favor of Greenberg brownies for my wife.
I will truly miss our conversations about baseball, old movie, and religion during many evenings. I always looked forward to our lunch dates, downtown and at Long Island City with you and Ed Murray, your second class friends.
What can I say, I will truly miss you.
Condolence: Frank was a friend of my father, John Mathews and me. He was like family to us, very kind and had the biggest heart! He had a way of making you feel so uplifted no matter how bad your day was. In the words of my father, we were blessed to have known him and have had a friend like Frank. We will miss you dearly! Until we met again.
Condolence: I am proud to say that I knew Frank. His genuine way of showing appreciation will always be something that I will recall. His thoughtful calls on St. Joseph’s Day will surely be missed as I think of his gentle soul.