Franklin FaustResided in Gladstone, MIDied November 16, 2010 Franklin Charles Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
I always remember Frank laughing and having fun. Frank had a big heart and was willing to help whomever needed it if he was able. Know that we are praying for you all, especially during this holiday season.
Cam and Lisa Parker
I love & miss you so much already, but I know I will see you again one day soon! And now you can
look down and watch your great-grand babies play when ever you want!
Love always, your daughter, Teri Jeanne
This was my grandpa and I loved him so much! I loves how he was so nice. I miss when he would tell me to smile and I would and the look on his face. I wish he didn’t have to suffer but I wish that he was still here 🙁 I miss him lots but he is still in our hearts.
About twenty years ago I do not know what I would have done if it wasn’t for the kindness and generosity from Frank and Janet. The best way I can explain what they did for me is to put it in a parable. Frank and Janet had just purchased the motel and were putting new floors and fixing up the rooms so the rooms could be rented. They had put everything in to a new business. In the Upper Peninsula it is difficult to do. Then a troll from down below who was in a hole so deep that it was caving in on him. Met Frank and Janet Faust whom gave him a life line and their hearts. I could never say thanks enough even in my prayers to the Lord for putting Frank and Janet in my life. I must say thanks again Frank and Janet and my prayers are with you Janet and your family.
Bark River, MI
Janet & family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember going to the motel with my grandparents when I was growing up:) I believe Frank is with Grandpa now. He was a great man and will be missed by many. Thoughts & prayers go out to you during this difficult time.
Greg and family,So sorry to hear of your loss.Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Scott, Cindy & Dan
Dear Jan, Gregg and Family. We are saddened at the loss of our dear friend and Neighbor, Frank.
We loved him and always enjoyed his quick wit, tall tales and love of life. He was a fine gentleman with all the qualities you could hope for in a friend and neighbor. We will miss him very much. We look forward to having a “weiner roast” Campfire in his honor. Farewell to a fine man. Our deepest condolences to you, Jan. We are so sorry we cannot attend the services. Please express our sorrow to all that matter. We hope you find some comfort in the love of God, and your friends and neighbors.
Our best regards to you,
Tom and Jeannette Anvia
Bay City, MI
Janet & Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. I have many fond memories of the two of you from our dairy days. Keeping you & your family in my thoughts & prayers at this most difficult time.
Bonnie (Peterson) Carignan