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The Frank you may not have known


 

Frank "Moses" Bush
Parting the Virtual Servers

 Frank as Moses

 

Frank "Boone" Bush
Exploring the upper data stream

Frank canoeing

 

Frank "Fogelberg" Bush
The leader of the Band

 
Frank playing guitar

 

Frank "Indiana" Bush
Raiders of the Lost Computer

Frank with hat

 

"Symposium" Bush
Welcome to Fall Creek Falls

Frank at IT Symposium

 

Frank “WWE” Bush
Tag Team Match

Frank playing with children

 

Frank "Dual Processor" Bush
New Beginnings

Frank and Sheila

 

Frank "Rodin" Bush
The Thinker

Frank thinking

 

"Santa" Bush
Ho Ho Ho

Frank as Santa

 

Frank "Plain Text" Bush
Punch Card Era

Frank and Sheila

 


Tribute from Rick Cashion:

Frank was a faithful friend

Frank outside


Sirach 6:5 – 17

5 A kind mouth multiplies friends, and gracious lips prompt friendly greetings.

6 Let your acquaintances be many, but one in a thousand your confidant.

7 When you gain a friend, first test him, and be not too ready to trust him

8 For one sort of friend is a friend when it suits him, but he will not be with you in time of distress.

9 Another is a friend who becomes an enemy, and tells of the quarrel to your shame.

10 Another is a friend, a boon companion, who will not be with you when sorrow comes.

11 When things go well, he is your other self, and lords it over your servants;

12 But if you are brought low, he turns against you and avoids meeting you.

13 Keep away from your enemies; be on your guard with your friends.

14 A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter; he who finds one finds a treasure.

15 A faithful friend is beyond price, no sum can balance his worth.

16 A faithful friend is a life-saving remedy, such as he who fears God finds;

17 For he who fears God behaves accordingly, and his friend will be like himself.


Tribute from Carol Farris

My Dear Friend Frank:

Our friendship was like an ocean, stretching

Far and Wide
Never ending
Filled with memories
That lasted a lifetime.

You always knew just what to say.

You were always there, when I needed you the most.

When I needed a shoulder to vent on, yours was always waiting.

When I needed someone to talk to, you were there just listening. Never judging

Our friendship’s just like the Stars; both went beyond Man’s reach.

All  The laughs
  The smiles
  The talks
  The inside jokes
  The years

Life hands us many different things, good and bad. One of the greatest gifts we receive is the love of a good friend.

I will always cherish our friendship.


REMEMBERING FRANK

I remember Frank for his Kindness and his Humor.
Whenever I did work for Frank, he would always say
“Thank You” and he was very kind to say “I Appreciate You.”

His humor came in when he would tell me at different times,
“We may have to do some more requisitions next week”
and then chuckle with laughter.

It was a pleasure working next door to him and our occasional chats. I will never forget him.

For people that knew him, he will be Missed.
For people that did not know him, they Missed Out.

Rhonda Boles


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