OBITUARY

James S. Frame Sr.

February 11, 1962December 21, 2020

James S. Frame, Sr.,58, of Royersford. Passed away in the Phoenixville Hospital on Monday December 21, 2020. Born in Pottstown. He was the son of the late Frances E. (Kessler) and Charles D. Frame. James last worked in a warehouse as an assistant manager for many years. He is survived by his children, Stacie Weidner of Reading. Scott Frame of Washington State. James S. Frame, Jr. of Pittston Twp. and Samantha Frame. Siblings, Doris E. Mohn of Royersford, Donald L. Frame of Taylor, PA., Michael D. Frame and Barbara Jean Miley both of Parksford. Along with many nieces, nephews and their families. He is predeceased by his companion Ann F. McDonald and his brothers Robert C. Frame and Bruce Allen Frame. Services will be announced later. Arrangements by the Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home, Inc. 111 North Reading Ave. Boyertown, PA. 19512 Online condolences may be made at www.lwottfuneralhome.com

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Mike montafia

January 5, 2021

I couldn't believe it when I heard the news .I'm mother called to to tell me.from the time I met lil Jimmy on Washburn till yall moved to jersey.you had a part of me teenage years the memories will never be forgotten rest easy big jim

Brian Frame

December 31, 2020

Will always remember the times growing up seeing you at fairs all the reunions playing horseshoes we will never forget you you will be missed You were taken from us to soon luv your cousin Brian and Rita Frame

Donna Goggins

December 31, 2020

Will always remember the family reunions at our house
You will be missed Jimmy Love your Aunt Helen your cousin Donna and Ron Goggins

Kathryn Brennan

December 28, 2020

James was a very nice man and very sweet person.You are flying high with the Angels now

Tammy Yurick Raus

December 27, 2020

I am so sorry to hear Jimmy passed. I will always remember growing up on Root Ave and the Frame boys being my neighnorhood buddies. Riding bikes building forts and just hanging out together. We had allot of fun times and allot of fighting but in the end we were always buddies. I hope Jim that the after life treats you good. I will always remember you.

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