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Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home

10501 Garland Road, Dallas, TX

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Frank Aguirre

2 mars , 193930 septembre , 2019

Frank Aguirre, 80, of Dallas, Texas, passed away on September 30, 2019. He was born in Dallas, Texas on March 2, 1939. He graduated from Crozier Tech High School in Dallas. Frank worked in sales and was self-employed. He attended St. Augustine Catholic Church, and had a passion for motorcycles.

Frank is survived by his children, Rebecca Ramona Aguirre, Frank Pedro Aguirre, Christopher Paul Aguirre, and Michael Adrian Aguirre; grandchildren, Teresa A. Kilbourn, Richard A. Aguirre, Gabriel Aguirre, and Urijah Aguirre, Adeline Aguirre, Caroline Aguirre, Julia Aguirre; great-grandchildren, Romero Frank Aguirre and Ameria Neveah Hernandez; and siblings, Pedro Aguirre, Delores Fraga, Rosemary Sanchez, Jesse Aguirre, Elisa Lara, Ramon Aguirre, and Danny Aguirre.

  • FAMILLE

  • Frank is survived by his children, Rebecca Ramona Aguirre, Frank Pedro Aguirre, Christopher Paul Aguirre, and Michael Adrian Aguirre; grandchildren, Teresa A. Kilbourn, Richard A. Aguirre, Gabriel Aguirre, and Urijah Aguirre, Adeline Aguirre, Caroline Aguirre, Julia Aguirre; great-grandchildren, Romero Frank Aguirre and Ameria Neveah Hernandez; and siblings, Pedro Aguirre, Delores Fraga, Rosemary Sanchez, Jesse Aguirre, Elisa Lara, Ramon Aguirre, and Danny Aguirre.

Services

  • Visitation mercredi, 9 octobre , 2019
  • Rosary mercredi, 9 octobre , 2019
  • Graveside Service mercredi, 9 octobre , 2019

Souvenirs

Frank Aguirre

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Don Huffman

7 octobre , 2019

Expressing appreciation for the Army Military service of Frank Aguirre for our country. Prayers go up to heaven to the Lord for comfort for the family and many friends in their loss. Now Frank is in the care of his Savior..
d Huffman, Army vet, motorcycle rider, DFWHG member

Jr Chism

6 octobre , 2019

Going to miss you a lot and miss you saying hey Jr let's go ride.

Elisa Lara

5 octobre , 2019

Frank pushed an ice cream cart during the summer before he would turn it in. If it was a good day . He would let us choose what we wanted if not, a bad day he would give us a popsicle . So we always wished for a good day .

Adrian Aguirre

5 octobre , 2019

Dad, I cannot express in words how much that I miss you so. We went many years without much communication however this last year I believe that we made up for lost time.
It is currently 3am and this is about the time that you would get out of bed and go in the kitchen to get a late night snack.
I would get slightly frustrated because you would wake me up. And now I’d give anything to experience being awoke by you just once more. I miss you more than words can express.
I will admit that for many years, I took you fore granted. However you and I became very close over the past year and I am so grateful that God positioned me to mesh with you and strengthen our father-son relationship.
Of course we had disagreements. However we both grew as individuals and learned to work through those conflicts.
Dad, I want you to know that you meant the world to me.
There is a saying that says “It’s it how you start, but how you finish!” Well, without an ounce of doubt, I can say that you and I finished strong. Thank you Dad, as you did so much to help me. I will insure that I honor your name to the best of my abilities. And I will work hard to keep your legacy alive regarding business! Gabriel will insure that your truck is taken care of as well! I love you Dad!!!

Mary Salazar

4 octobre , 2019

Frank you showed Joe and I the joy of riding a bike !So I know in heaven the scenery is a lot more beautiful!! Especially say hi to mom & dad. Memory of us riding from Waco to Dallas on bikes with Richard and Angel in 30 degree weather to see a motorcycle convection with you was priceless. Thanks for those memories !!!

jesse aguirre

3 octobre , 2019

My bi g brother Frank was always kind to me, he helped me buy my first bicycle that I used at my first job which he helped get at Western Union. Then later he helped me get a motor scooter at
sears roebuck on ross ave. first it was a 50 cc then a 250 cc motor cycle,
When Frank joined the army, I was able to fend for my self,I never forgot all the nice things he help me learn about growing up in a big city like Dallas,he was always nice and always had a very cheerful attitude and was always very positive about life.
I know for certain HE LOVED THE LORD AND HIS FAMILY, he was very proud of his family and loved them very much
God BLESS YOU BROTHER YOU WERE THE BEST

Teresa Kilbourn

3 octobre , 2019

Grandpa holding his great granddaughter Ameria 14yrs ago. He frequently spent his weekends to come visit us! He loved his family so much

Teresa Kilbourn

3 octobre , 2019

Grandpa supported me ALL the time, my whole life and always had great advice and love to share. He absolutely cared for a loved all his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. I will never forget his presence when I brought my daughter into this world and his help easing my anxiety. He is unforgettable. We talked almost every week and I will miss those phone calls and every now and then a story from his past. He lived a long and amazing life and was a wonderful example of a great person in this world. He is inspirational to us all

Frank Aguirre

3 octobre , 2019

I will never forget you dad! Your words of wisdom will forever be with me. You taught me to be a responsible man. Though it took me many years to listen, everything you told me always proved to be true. You’re an amazing dad! I guess now I’ll have to watch FOX news myself. You would always tell me what you saw and heard. I love you dad!

Shannon Aguirre

3 octobre , 2019

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