Frank Mt.Pleasant

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Frank Carleton Mt.Pleasant


Frank Carleton Mt. Pleasant passed away peacefully on Sunday June 27th in his 96th year.  He was  predeceased by his wife Ruth Beaver (2010) and his son Jeff (2017).  He is survived by his children Roger, Carol, Janice, Donna, Larry, David, Brenda and Scott, along with  many, many grandchildren, great grand children and great great  grandchildren, too numerous to count.   He leaves behind his baby sister  Anne Freeman.  As well as many nieces and nephews.

Frank was a very knowledgeable person, he could fix anything and he collected many useful things over his life span. He wore many  coats he was a fisherman, a scholar, a  gardener, a friend to many old folks, and young, the church maintenance, fire starter, grave  digger, cut bush lots,  played in a, brass  marching band, a church quartet, molder at  Masseys', caretaker/maintenance for INAC, you name  it he has done it in his lifetime except heights.  He was also known to  enjoy a brew.

He was best known in the village for driving his tractor through the village to do  the post office,  the  pharmacy and to pick up his lotto tickets. He faithfully used his hand signals.

Frank will be resting at his home at 1938 4th line after 6 pm on Monday June 28th  until 10:30 am Tuesday. A service will be held at the Baptist Church. Note COVID restrictions apply.  Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.
 

Condolences

Posted by Ron and Rebecca Jamieson on
Condolences to the family on the passing of your iconic patriarch - he always gave us a smile and a wave - Rest In Peace Frank.
Posted by Rusty Skye on
your knowledge and friendship and a shared nip on cold days will always be remembered ..
Posted by Cindy Beaver on
Uncle Frank...rest in peace...thoughts and condolences to the whole family!
Posted by Ron Beaver on
My condolences to all my cousins, Uncle Frank was kind to me as long as I can remember. He was a fun loving guy sometimes to the detriment to the family. He lived to 95 and that is quite an accomplishment.
Be strong during these sad times

Little Ronnie
Posted by Glynis on
Rest in paradise Uncle Frank.
I am sure there is a huge welcome HOME party in Heaven when you got there
My first grandson will have big shoes to fill since he was born on your birthday last year.
We will cherish your birthday every year with him.
Posted by Ivan Bomberry on
My condolences to Frank's families and friends. He was always friendly to me when we saw each other and usually had a funny story. He will be missed for sure.
Posted by kelly on
I have many fond memories of Frank, he was a very knowledgeable man. I'm sure his wisdom and friendly smile will be missed by many people. Condolences to his family.
Posted by kelly on
I have many fond memories of Frank, he was a very knowledgeable man. I'm sure his wisdom and friendly smile will be missed by many people. Condolences to his family.
Posted by Yvonne on
For Uncle Frank's family on his passing. Just think of all the reunions and all the long visits our elders are having. I expect there's a lot of chuckling going on, the way it always was.
My condolences.
Posted by Catherine A Jamieson on
Our condolences to the family.
Keith and Cathy Jamieson
Posted by Mick Laurel & Amy Harriethaa on
Our deepest sympathy to all . Uncle Frank was always kind and smiling. He had a twinkle in his eye and always a good story to tell. Uncle Frank will be missed by all especially at the family picnics.
Rest in peace Uncle Frank
Mick Laurel & Amy Harrietha
Posted by Neil and Brenda Clause on
Our thoughts and sincere condolences go out to Frank's Family and Friends.Fondly remembered by both the Clause and Cayuga Families. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Neil and Brenda Clause on
Our thoughts and sincere condolences go out to Frank's Family and Friends.Fondly remembered by both the Clause and Cayuga Families. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Barb on
Condolences to the family… take care always.
Posted by Frances Staats on
My sincerest condolences to the family of "old grandpa" I know him as that from his great g

Grandchildren
Posted by Terry Ramirez on
Deepest condolences to everyone. Uncle Frank always had great stories that he told wth a smile and a chuckle. He always had a wave as he drove by on his tractor. He will be missed.
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