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It seems to get harder every day. I miss your joie de vivre, our trips to apple country, your fierce love and protection. I will
Love you forever. Elsa


Posted by: Elsa    Oct 14, 2021

Little Karen, Frank Jr , Jennifer, Aunt Gerri everyone so sorry for your loss. Frank was a great father and friend. I spent so much time with all of you growing up. We are family and friends. I babysat you from the time your were all little kids until you didn't need a babysitter any longer but even after that your Mom, Dad and I stayed friends until we lost her. You are all very special to me as were

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Posted by: Philip & Donna Schaefer - Framingham, MA - Family   Jul 13, 2021

I'm so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Frank at First Parish in Brookline.
One year he tapped the sugar maple in the front yard of the church and made syrup from it. Frank brought that syrup to the church's pancake breakfast. Sweetness made from the church's own space by a man who cared so much about the people who came together there.
A perfect gift.


Posted by: Kevin Ruderman - Watertown, MA - Friend   Jul 12, 2021

I am so grateful for the care with which Frank watched over our buildings and grounds at First Parish in Brookline. His departure from the job left an enormous void, and I can only imagine how much bigger the loss is to his family and close friends now that he has passed on. I believe his last name matched his personality. Thank you for sharing him with us!


Posted by: Susan Kalt - Roslindale, MA - Friend   Jul 12, 2021

My Condolences to the Peace Family. Frank was a good guy. I worked with him at both Nichols and Parker. Frank R.I.P.


Posted by: Edward Eaton - Waltham - Coworker   Jul 11, 2021

So sad to hear of Franks passing...he was a great person,and supervisor, and taught me the ins and outs of Production Control while working together at W.H.Nichols in Waltham,Mass...


Posted by: Paul Marino - Work   Jul 10, 2021