Condolence & Memory Journal

I always enjoyed working with Frank. A good dude, indeed. Rest well, my friend.

Dick

Posted by Richard Furash - Coworker   February 15, 2020

I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences.
Frank was a wonderful and thoughtful person.
RIP

Posted by Vanessa Romeike-Kurz - Freiburg/Germany - Friend   February 09, 2020

Good evening Dan, the celebrated Mass of your beloved Father today was incredible. Your eloquent testament to family, God, humble selfishness brought tears. May you and your family continue Gods work; stay safe, and hold dear every memory.
Much love......'PERFECT'

Posted by Steven Walsh - Derry, NH   January 24, 2020

Jim - Lisa and I are so very sorry for your loss. I know how challenging things have been and I'm sure it was comforting to him to have so much love and family around. No words can ever.

All Our Best,

Art & Lisa

Posted by Art Sebastiano - Upton, MA - Coworker   January 23, 2020

My father and mother (Dick and Fran Almeida) had what I would call a very good friendship with your parents for many years. Your father's picture on the obituary notice, is exactly as I remember him. On behalf of my five brothers and two sisters, please accept our deepest condolences.

Rich Almeida

Posted by Richard Almeida - Stoughton - Friend   January 23, 2020

Rest in peace, Frank. We had some great times together. Your family was the "best" and you were no different. We graduated from Matignon ('49). I landed in Texas and you stayed in Massachusetts. Prayers for you and your family. Jack McAuliffe, Dallas, Texas

Posted by martha McAuliffe Johnson - mansfield, MA - Family Friend   January 22, 2020

In today's world, where we are all connected, it is easy to stay in touch with your loved ones when you move away from home.
But in 1989, when I moved to Boston for what was supposed to be an 18-month exchange, this was not the casethere were not even cell phones or internetthe cheapest way to stay connected was via old fashion letters! A phone call to Buenos Aires was about $2/minuteprohibitive for a recently moved-in senior.
However, given the hospitality of my Bostonian friends, I felt at home quickly I felt I found a second home in Beantown
A great part of this was because of my friend Frankwe met in one of our audits and we became friends instantlyI learnt a lot from him working togetherbut even more as I spent time with him and his family over the years
We remained close friends even after he retired
We played tennis with his kids and in-laws (primarily Bob and Anne, but many others came throughout the years). I introduced him to some of my dear friends who also came to play.
While in Boston, we shared many, many eventsfamily celebrations, birthdaysI had the pleasure of treating him and Mary (and my mom, who was visiting) to a Frank Sinatra concert to celebrate their wedding anniversary! Every Saturday I was in town, we played tennis (at Bob's in the summer, indoors in the winter). Plus, the two of us played singles once a week whenever busy season allowed me to do so
I left Boston in 2000, but we stayed in touch. Every visit I made, we always played tennis followed by lunch with him and Mary. I made it to their 50 year wedding anniversary, participated in John Francis' first communion (one of his 14 grandchildren) and had a lovely lunch with them before I got married
I always received Christmas cards and birthday cards from them
I had the pleasure of introducing my kids to them when we were in town in Augustit was such a nice momentthe pictures reflect the happiness Frank and Mary had to spend time with usthis picture is framed and proudly

Posted by Miguel Pereira - Madrid - Friend   January 21, 2020

The Faraca Family would like to express our condolences for the loss of Frank. The entire Sutherby Family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May God give you comfort and strength as you mourn his physical loss and the hope and faith that Frank is truly in heaven and his spirit will live forever!

Posted by Paul Faraca - Missouri City, TX - friend   January 21, 2020

Dear Pat,
I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your family and your Dad.
Jeanne Cleary Smith, MSJA

Posted by Jeanne Cleary-Smith - Walpole, MA - Friend   January 21, 2020

Uncle Frank thank you for inspiring Steve to take a profession which he loved!

Posted by Monet Shaughnessy - Orlando, FL - Family   January 20, 2020

We are thinking of you in this difficult time sending our condolences

Posted by Nancy and James Doyle - Wakefield, MA - Family Friend   January 20, 2020

Frank was an amazing man who I feel truly blessed to have known for the past year. He always had me laughing and we never had a dull moment. Not a day will go by that I wont miss him. I cant explain how grateful I am to have known him. I Love you Frank <3 chris>

Posted by Christen Karelas - Melrose, MA - Friend   January 20, 2020

The Gately Family and Staff wish to express our sincere sympathy to you. It is our hope that we may be able to make a difficult time more bearable. Please feel free to call on us at anytime as we are always available to you.

Posted by John W. Gately, John H. Gately & Fred Sprague - Melrose, MA   January 20, 2020