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Tubman Funeral Home

1005 Boyle Street, Indian Head, SK

OBITUARY

Frank "Frankie" Thomson

5 April , 193826 April , 2019

Frank (Frankie) Thomson passed away on Friday, April 26th, 2019 with his three sisters by his side. The funeral service will be held in the Qu’Appelle Lions Hall, Qu’Appelle, SK on Friday, May 3, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Jo Mader officiating. Cremation with interment in Qu’Appelle Cemetery.

Frankie was predeceased by his dad Frank; mom Lillian; brother Arthur and brother-in-law Keith.

He is survived by his sisters: Elaine, Noreen and Lil (Roy); nephews: John (Debbie), Robert (Jackie), Kevin (Bobbi), Thomas (Martin) and their families.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice as tokens of remembrance.

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, 3 May , 2019
  • Interment Friday, 3 May , 2019

Memories

Frank "Frankie" Thomson

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Jane Nichols

19 May 2019

We would like to send our heartfelt condolences to Frankie's family. We are so sorry to hear of his passing. He was such a kind, friendly man and is a part of many of my childhood memories. All the kids liked to hang out at the garage and talk to Frankie. He always made time for us and we could count on him to hand out jelly beans, put air in our bike tires and fill us in on the latest news. As we got older, any trip back to Qu'Appelle included a visit to the garage to catch up with Frankie. After the garage closed we would make a point of stopping at the Shell and seeing Frankie before a trip back to Winnipeg. He was a wonderful person and will be sadly missed.
Jane and Ken Nichols

Susan Styles

4 May 2019

To Frankie’s Family, and his many friends. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. I have so many memories of him at the “Garage” along with my dad Tony and Uncle Frank. He was truly a part of our family.
Sincere condolences to his sisters.
Susan Styles

Kimberley Nerbas Hartley

3 May 2019

You will be missed, Frankie. I will always think fondly of the summers I spent working with you at the Shell when I was going to university. Your kindness and compassion for others was evident in how you treated and helped everyone you encountered. My condolences to your family. I hope you are smiling down on all of us, cracking jokes like you always did and are surrounded by your loved ones that have met you in heaven. Rest in peace, my friend.

Kimberley Nerbas Hartley

Lim Lacoursiere

3 May 2019

Oh my memories of Frankie all so very fond! His kind smile and warm heart were what always brought me such joy and was the reason to stop by Krauses gas bar! We truly missed seeing him when it closed! Rest In Peace and God be with you all as you gather to celebrate his life! Wish we could be there! Hugs and prayers from Kim Thomson and Clan!!!

Leslie Geiss

3 May 2019

I moved to Qu’Appelle in summer of 1976. Always got gas at Kraus’s, Frankie would come out , always with a big smile and pleasant greeting. Saw him a few times at the Shell in Indian Head, same wonderful, pleasant personality. Condolences to the whole family from myself and my husband Jack.

Bonny Mclean

3 May 2019

Frankie touch the lives and hearts of so many . He greeted everyone with a warm smile and a sparkle in his eyes .
For those of us that had the pleasure of working with Frankie he made you feel like part of his family and he taught us all his great work ethics.
You will always be fondly remembered in my heart my friend ❤️

John Desrochers

3 May 2019

I’ve known Frankie all my life. He always had jelly beans to hand out whether you were a little punk kid from down a block or a teenager they always made you feel good. He took pictures and posted them when you got a new gal a different car etc. He had the best pop in town in that old slide and pull cooler he kept running at the perfect temperature . Always a joy to talk to he will be missed. My condolences to his family and friends

Lorelei Deters

3 May 2019

To Lil, Roy, John, Rob and Kevin and their families.
So sad to hear of Frankie's passing. He was always so kind and put a smile on anyone's face. Fondly remember the days at Krauses gas station....he loved his job and loved life. He will be missed!
Sincerely,
Lorelei Deters

Garry & Susan McNaughton

3 May 2019

We’ve known Frankie most of our lives. My first memories is going to Krause’s garage with Jane and buying a pop from the pop machine. He was always so kind. Never a harsh word about anyone. Many years later, if we stopped at the Shell in Indian Head it was always nice to see a familiar face. Frankie will be missed. Our condolences to Frankie’s entire family.

Donna Strang

3 May 2019

I have the fondest memories of Frankie ... Always a story to tell and a smile on his face. He will be remembered by many. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

FROM THE FAMILY