A life well lived is a lasting inspiration.
80 years ago Frank was born in Saskatoon but hung his hat in many locations – Burnaby, Ucluelet, Vanderhoof, Clinton, Belfast, London and Sidney. Over his life he was a fisherman, a truck driver and a teacher. He loved kids and worked in the area of special needs and computer science.
Frank enjoyed playing and watching many sports – curling, cross country skiing, baseball, hockey, basketball, tennis, squash, pickleball and most of all cycling. He was a man for adventure, together with his wife Liz they did back country horse trekking, heli-hiking on the Queen Charlotte Islands, RVing around North America, canoeing the lakes and rivers of BC, extensive travel in the UK, New Zealand and Australia and many cycle adventures including two trips across Canada.
He was a keen bridge player, avid reader, a whiz at board games, loved animals, enjoyed gardening and sang with the birds.
Will be greatly missed by wife Liz, daughters Tracy (Peter), Lisa (Mike) and Kim (Owen), grandchildren JD, Jennifer, Stephanie and Amy as well as many other family members and friends. Predeceased by his son Rick.