Condolence From: Tajudeen Bakare, Delaware, OH
Condolence: Rest-in-Peace Frank.
I will miss you.
Condolence From: Dave & Evelyn Belcher, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Frank, was one of the best neighbors and FRIENDS,
we have ever had. We will always remember Frank, and his family.
Condolence From: Brad Jones, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Birgit, please accept my condolences for your loss. I am an old colleague of Frank's. We worked together at Franklin Consultants. I met Frank when I was applying for a job at Franklin Consultants. After the interview, he asked me if I had come from Kentucky. He was curious about my accent (which has a tinge of Hillbilly). That extended the interview another 30 minutes as Frank, with a fairly strong accent himself, taught me about the origins of my accent. Well he hired me as a bridge engineer, and that began 4 year long collaboration and friendship with Frank that has helped shape me as an engineer and guided me throughout my career. I use what he taught me, in not only engineering but a myriad of subjects because that is what we would talk about, all kinds of things. I am sure you have all heard of the story of flutterbyes, the story of the fork, and that we all wear pants because of Genghis Khan, and about the Angles in ancient Europe, for instance. Frank was a very intelligent, curious and friendly man and I will always remember him and miss him. Bon Voyage Frank.
Condolence From: Andrew & Sara Marie Brenner, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: Our condolences for your loss. Andy knew Frank since he was a little boy. Frank was a very nice man and a great overall person that he will not forget. Andy would have come to the services and wanted to come, but he came down with a virus and did not want to spread it.
Condolence From: LaTonya Poindexter, westerville, ohio
Condolence: Hvil I Fred, Frank.
Det var rart at mode dig! Taenkt vi gik paa den samme skole Frederikssundsvejen, haaha