You may rest in peace, dear brother, for your contributions to the world are significant. I am so proud of all of your accomplishments. You will be loved and missed by all of us left behind.
Tina, I am so sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. My thoughts are with you and yours
I was one of Frank's caregivers for about a year and a half at the end of his physical life. Frank was so patient and a pleasure to work with. Frank had such a calming, peaceful and loving spirit. A part of him will always be in my heart. He did so many great things in life. I feel grateful for the opportunity to be a part of his life. He will be so very missed. I wish peace and healing for his loving wife Tina who took such good care of him until his very last breath. Rest in peace Frank. Teresa
A wonderful tribute to a caring and serving man - wish I had known him. Sending you both blessings of love and peace.
What a conscious blessing you have been to Earth, Dear Frank. Yes, a "wake up call" is surely what is needed by Earth's humanity, especially by those of us in this Western country who need to take a much deeper look at our lifestyles, and make significant changes. From what you've shared in the epilogue from your bio, it's plain that you worked in earnest on behalf of life in Oregon, which rippled out for all life beyond. And I thank you, as well as your beloved wife, Tina, from the bottom of my heart, for the unique contributions you have each made over the decades. Free of a worn-out body, may you be infinitely blessed while journeying on into the next precious chapter of life, beyond the physical veil. In celebration of a life well-lived. Honoring you, Dear One. And heartfelt blessings to your beloved wife, family and friends who will miss you.
Frank, I will miss you,
Through my dear friend Tina I got to experience your passionate commitment to the health of our beautiful planet. You put your passion into practice and served as a role model for me personally; reminding me of the value of practical action in the face of great challenges and never giving up hope.
Tina and Frank were role models of mutual dignity. respect, loyalty, humor and deep love. Theirs was a true marriage.
We are so sorry to learn of your dear Franks passing. Kent and I so enjoyed meeting him at some of the Sai Baba gatherings. We are grateful for all the wonderful work he has done to protect mother earth. We are sorry we won't be present on the 30th to celebrate Frank as we will be out of town. But you will be in our thoughts and we pray that Swami gives you the strength to bear this great loss.
Kent and Aruna
I have fond memories of you and Frank driving to the Portland Sai Center way back when it was at the Whaley's home. Frank surely is on a path toward wholeness now surrounded by love and peace and joy. I hope to make it to the service.
Krishnaveni and I were saddened to hear of Frank's passing. We pray to our beloved Swami to shower His grace and blessings on you and your family in this hour of need. We are unable to attend the services and pay our respects to Frank in person.
Please accept our sincere condolences and prayers. Please let us know if we could be of any assistance.
Ashok & Krishnaveni
Upon return of vacation today I received the sad news of Frank's passing. As you may recall, I was Frank's subordinate (City Engineer) most of the years he was the Director. I often think about those times and the many pleasant memories working with and for Frank. He will certainly be missed, but never forgotten. May peace be with you and your family, Tina, during these difficult times.
Sairam dear Tina Our deepest condolences to you on this great loss. We pray to Swami to surround you with love at this time. May the love of the Lord and all your friends and family give you the strength you need. In HIS Love Radhika and Siva
Beautiful words from a most beautiful man.
Philip James Kirke
Perth Western Australia