As with the passing of so many loved ones during these unprecedented recent times, the shock and the sadness can seem unbelievable and indescribable. Those who knew Frank, worked with Frank and/or were close to him knew what, as one friend called him "a larger than life character" he was. Anyone he ever talked with quickly learned that his greatest passion was fishing. He loved training and passing on his knowledge on to those in the glass industry as well as in all other facets of his life. He had a marvelous sense of humor and loved to tell jokes and make people laugh. He was kind and generous but also could be firm, he was not afraid to stand up for what he believed in and what he felt was right.
He would not want us to be sad for him, but to remember those good times, the times that bring a smile to our faces and his warmth to our hearts.
In his honor, your donation to his favorite charity is truly appreciated.