Long Hair, Long Beard, Big Heart. Frank knew everybody in the Riverside area. It was where he was raised and he never left. He was never more at ease then when he was on his Harley, the wind in his face. He explored every inch of the Pine Barrens. In his youth he was a bit more adventurous when he headed out on his dirtbikes. He wasn’t much for television; there was just too much world to explore. He made sure his kids finished whatever they started and he was always there for their games. When there was a need Frank always filled it: if he saw a line at the concession stand, he’d just jump behind and start helping out. Some people said he was set in his ways, others called him stubborn. Either way, he was loved by all.
A young Lisa Wolfinger spotted a good looking guy working on his car a few times. It wasn’t long after that they’d become a couple and marry. They were blessed with 3 kids: Frank (Sheena), Sarah and Steven. He is survived by his sister, Pat Miller (Howard), nieces and nephews, Lisa, Tammy and Howard and his cat, Baby-Girl.
Dress Casually (preferably jeans and T-shirts) and come celebrate 54 great years Wednesday 9-11 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside, where there will be a service at 11 a.m. Interment private. Donations to Sweeney Funeral Home to offset funeral expenses will be appreciated.