Condolence: Hi Family,
Will be seeing you this week at Frankie's service in Belleville Cemetery. Wanted to send you warm wishes despite the postal strike!
Will be making a family donation to the Cobequid Educational Centre fro Su and me.
Condolence: I met Frankie through our shared love of Figure Skating. She was so knowledgeable about Ice Dance and I thoroughly enjoyed her company. At the end of an event of Figure Skating Competitions, we would go out for a meal of beef and red wine. She had a wonderful sense of humour and I miss her terribly. Her emails were undeliverable as I tried to get in touch with her to discuss the recent Grand Prox series. I learned today of her passing. Frankie, you were a joy to know.
Condolence: I am in total shock and filled with grief. Is this the Frankie who I used to see at skating events and communicated regularly with by email for over 10 years?
If it is she, I've lost my favorite skating buddy, at least to talk about it. And I guess she can't, if she feels better, meet me in Quebeque.
I'm completely heart broken and can't accept this right now.
Condolence: I was so sad to read about Frankie's death. As a wonderful high school mathematics teacher, she left her mark on many students with her great command of the subject, her wry humour, and her subtle caring ways. I always appreciated and enjoyed her presence, whether at mathematics in-services and meetings or at the bridge table. She will stay alive in the memories of her students and colleagues. A wonderful lady rests in peace!
Condolence: Although we lost touch in the last several years, I remember Frankie fondly. I have strong memories of the 1973 summer we spent together in Lausanne, Switzerland, studying French and enjoying the food and wine. She was one of a kind! My sympathy to your family and her friends.