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  1. An incredible, remarkable and kind person. One of my first mentors in the industry and a great person to work for and with. Will fondly remember our many golf games, our lunches and mostly the laughs. His positive attitude and outlook on life easily masked any challenges he was facing. Loved hearing his stories of the adventures that he and Sandy took across the U.S. …You will truly be missed “Tough Guy”

  2. Frank was a great man. Thoughtful, honest and always willing to help. Hard to believe that it was 27 years ago when he became my first boss and mentor out of school. I treasured his friendship and guidance over the years. I love you, my friend and you will be missed immensely.

  3. Frank was a great person and will be truly missed! I had the pleasure of working with him for several years. I’ll never forget our rafting trip on the Kern river with the industry – lots of fun. He always had a warm smile and was such a kind person. Rest in Peace Frank!

  4. Frank was a true friend and an inspiration with his positive and light hearted personality. He could always lift your spirits just by being around him. I will remember all the fun we had back in Long Beach during the early Southland days…Frank had a unbelievable ability to find the best hole in the wall lunch places. A lot of fond memories…You will missed…my thoughts and prayers to Sandy.

  5. Frank was a true friend to me, I remember when I first met him 27 years ago, when I was working out of the Si office in Long Beach (Sisco) , we actually became golf buddies and neighbors, I will truly miss you.

  6. Truly one of the greatest people I have had the pleasure to know. You will be missed more than words can express my friend!

  7. You have and will be truly missed here at University, I will miss your friendship and your friendly smile. May the God welcome you into his home. Rest in peace my friend.

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