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    Meet Grandpa Frank

    This is my grandpa Frank … a man who has lived such a full and wonderful life. He is 95 years old with five children, nine grandchildren and six great grandchildren. And unfortunately, he really doesn’t know any of us as he has advanced Alzheimer’s. His wife of 73 years died last month and it’s...

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    • Annette VanDoverJune 6, 2015 - 12:27 am

      Katie, These photos are lovely, and capture more than just the present. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent. I look forward to seeing the rest of the photos. Thanks again. MomReplyCancel

    • Krista Woodward BeebeJune 6, 2015 - 2:41 pm

      This is truly beautiful! Brings back memories of my own family and all the wonderful thoughts and memories. Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • Marya Van DoverJune 6, 2015 - 3:42 pm

      Beautiful, such a sad but memorial time for the family. Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

    • Annette VanDoverJune 6, 2015 - 4:10 pm

      Katie – Since my brother, Bob doesn’t do Facebook, I’m including his comment to me here: Katie, that is beautiful and you did a super job of capturing the family gathering. I particular love the last picture with him walking into his room past the photos of the Colonel and the love of his life, Bette. Thanks so much, BobReplyCancel

    • Andrea Bilsten PrattJune 6, 2015 - 6:34 pm

      What a great story!ReplyCancel

    • Lorinda RavoJune 7, 2015 - 4:58 pm

      Oh my goodness! What beautiful pictures! My Uncle Frank was the kind of man that every child should have in her life. He was quietly strong, ever interested in what you were doing-he had that way of making you feel like you were the most important person in the room at that moment, kind, and considerate. I love him dearly, and have admired him and his strength and devotion to his family since I was a little girl. My Dad, Dean Starr, has always said that he couldn’t call Uncle Frank a brother-in-law, because he was as much a brother to him as were Marvin, Dale, Jake, and Wayne. Katie, thanks for sharing! Rindy Starr Lorinda RavoReplyCancel

    • Joan ClaybournJune 11, 2015 - 1:40 am

      Thank You for Sharing! Great to see everyone. So sorry under the circumstances. I love you logo!ReplyCancel

    A mothers love.

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