In Memory

Frank Malone

Homeroom 28 President, J V & Varsity Soccer, Block "N" Pep Club 

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09/26/08 07:24 PM #1    

Ellen Barnett (Stuart)

Frank Malone was one of the nicest guys I ever knew. It is tragic that he died.

09/28/08 09:23 PM #2    

Ronda J. Stansbery

Great guy and very nice looking...sad to read this here.

09/30/08 03:54 PM #3    

James M. Fillman

I could never think of one negative thing about Frank Malone. We sat next to each other in a few classes. He was just a great guy. Too bad he's gone.

11/08/08 03:48 PM #4    

Bonnie J. Schultz (Wolcott)

I can remember Frank from both junior and senior high and how he and Donald Shoffner always were kind of class clowns, especially in junior high. Frank was a nice looking guy and always easy going from what I remember and it was a shock to read about his and others from our class early passing.

11/28/08 10:14 AM #5    

Michael P Marchese

My friendship with Frank started with West Norriton Little League and Markleys Swin Club. We would meet in the St. Francis parking lot on Sundays and take his TR3 to Our Lady of Dunkin Donuts until mass ended. When we went to college together he got all our linens from the Marriott on City Line Avenue where he was working for the summer. We had great fun together, lots of great memories and I think of him often still. I met his son a few years ago and he is as handsome and nice as his father was.

04/30/10 07:21 AM #6    

Ellen Barnett (Stuart)

I am involved in a Suicide Prevention program here in Michigan. Part of my passion for this is the loss of Frank to this tragic problem in our society. Does anyone know if he had children and where they might live? Ellen

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