Born in Michigan, the son of William and Anna Frashour, he came to this community when an infant with his widowed mother, who later became Mrs. Anna Frashour Haskell. Frank married Addie Worley, who passed away two and one half years ago.
Farming was his lifetime occupation. Since the death of his wife he had spent his time visiting in the homes of his children.
Funeral services were held on June 17th at 2 p.m., in the Hebron Christian Church with the pastor Logan Dunham, officiating. He was laid to rest beside his wife in the Lowell cemetery. Arrangements were in charge of John Eskridge of the Weave Funeral Home.
Survivors include two sons Ray of Gary, and Melford of Clio, Mich.; seven daughters, Mrs. Merrill Cleaver of Lowell; Mrs. Charles Berdine of Hebron; Mrs. Archie Pritchard, Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mrs. Duke Hinkle of Merrillville; Mrs. Ernest Ashby of Anderson, and Mrs. Raymond Davis of Los Angeles.
Surviving with Mrs. Cleaver are six other daughters: Mrs. Maudie Ashby, Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Mrs. Ida Berdine, Mrs. Ina Davis, Mrs. Margaret Hinkle and Mrs. Lila Pritchard and sons, Raymond and Milford Frashour.
Burial, under the direction of Weaver's funeral home, was made in Lowell cemetery.
Go to Frank Frashour, "Pioneer History Index," for further information.
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