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Frank Joseph Washington
August 6, 1948 ~ January 31, 2024 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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On January 31st, 2024 my loving husband Frank J. Washington of Parker, Colorado lost his courageous battle with cancer. Since his diagnosis in November of 2022 Frank fought this beast with the courage and strength of many men. He had such a way about him that he was able to share so much love for so many people without even trying. He was truly the best husband anyone could have asked for. Frank was born in Newark New Jersey on August 6th, 1948. A wonderful Father to his two children Jennifer (daughter), Jeff (son), Jeremy (Son-in-law) he so much lived for his children and his grandchildren Tyler, Brandon, Logan, including his step grandchildren Brett, Brianna, & Jaycee. Frank was from a very large family, he was number thirteen of nineteen children, I'm sure that is where he learned to share such great love. He loved Notre Dame Football, his New York Yankees, and his New York Giants. Frank worked at United Airlines for fifty four years. Over those years he touched a lot of peoples lives, there would be way too many to mention, he truly loved his United Family. Thank you to all who were a part of his life. Frank is survived by Diane (wife), Linda (first wife), Brothers Gene, Jim, Mike, & Larry, Sisters, Mary, Ellen, Betty, & Kathy. He is also survived by countless Nieces & Nephews, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, and his Mother-in-law, along with countless friends. I struggle with the words to express how much Frank meant to everyone, but all those who knew him know what a great man he was. He will truly be missed by all. I am sure that when we all watch Jeopardy that we will always think of him. Sing loud my love with the boys! On wings now Frank!