When times got tough, you could count on Frank. He was a solid guy. He would up being a father figure for his extended family. This was Franks’s week: he knew every stat from every Super-Bowl and believed Montana the greatest. He should have competed in the Scripps-Howard, the spelling of most words on the tip of his tongue. Every car he owned was wrecked by a deer: he used to claim they were lurking for him on the side of the road. He loved comic books and westerns and kept the Sunoco station on the Turnpike humming along.
He is survived by his sister, Sara Pierson and was uncle to Brittany Olson and Clement Pierson IV and three great-nephews.
Come celebrate 59 great years Friday Feb. 9th 10 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio where there will be an 11 a.m. service.