I´m very grateful to Al and Judy for sending me Frank´s obit.
Please accept my sympathy on the death of Frank. Although we didn´t see much of each other over the years, I have many happy memories of my high school years when we were part of the same Trenton Catholic teen group.I remember that Frank lived across the street from the Pentals. We were always in on some project together.
It was great that we could get together after the mass in Hightstown last July, and then go out to eat.
Down here in Peru, we´ll have mass offered next Sat. night for Franks´s eternal rest. What a wonderful gesture to have food givien to the poor in his name. May that gift return to you on a hundred blessings.
Love and God bless, Sister Eileen Egan, IHM
Frank was the best big brother anyone could hope for. He was my idol growing up. I so wanted to be like him when I grew up. He played the saxophone, so I took lessons from the same instructor. He rescued me when I fell off the side of the steps to our basement into a storage area for several bikes. He was always ready to defend me against any neighborhood bullies although I don't recall any; but he was ready. He and his buddies let me tag along to baseball games in Brooklyn and Philadelphia. It was always such a pleasure to stay with Frank and Joyce when we visited them. And, I always looked forward to my phone calls to Frank while he struggled to stay mobile over the past few years. What a super big brother.