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My Dad Frank Flynn was a man of many hats he was Husband, Father, Brother, Son, Uncle, Nephew, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, friend to many he was a Serviceman and a Great Humanitarian. The two great loves of his life was his very large family and his service to his country and community whether it was when he served his country in the Air Force for over 22 years and have to leave his family to travel to foreign countries to protect what he held dear. To his dedication to the Castle Air Museum and his T33 for over 40 years not missing an open cock pit he was there in his patch vest my mom made for him talking to everyone every year .To his service with the Atwater Volunteer Police Force for over 16 years his pride in the Kop for Kids toy drive. For his country and community he served proudly until he could no more. His love for his family had no bounds a call from any of us and he was there in minutes and the memories we have of the camping trips to traveling from base to base there were to many of us kids to be flown to our next assignment so we hitched the Shasta trailer to the old station wagon and off we went on a great adventure to the next base. Every Holiday was spent with as many of us as he could. But his one greatest love in life was my mom Carol they were married for 60 years. To me their love and commitment to each other is what every married couple should strive for they didn’t strive, they thrived in their love for each other thru the happy times, the hard times they were each other’s lifeline. They started out their live together alone just those two kids in love and that is how he left us just the two of them alone in his hospital room as he would wanted it to be. My mom was the one person that he did not forget. As the calls went out to family members that evening and everyone started to arrive in minutes to the hospital that is what he instilled in all of us the love of family. Rest well daddy I know you are still here with us until we all meet again, We Love you dearly and you will be truly missed by all.
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