OBITUARY

Frank K. Coffin

February 26, 1934June 13, 2018

Frank K. Coffin, 84 of Jupiter, FL passed away on June 13, 2018 at Jupiter Medical Center Pavilion. He was born in Baltimore, MD on February 26, 1934; the son of the late Charles Jeffrey and Frances Coffin. Frank was educated in the MD school system, graduating from St. Mary’s High School. He married Christel Anita on July 28, 1962, and together they celebrated 56 years of marriage. Frank worked as a master cabinet maker for forty-eight years. He is a member of the Lady of Fatima Foundation.

He is survived by his loving wife, Christel Coffin; four children, Frank, Anita, Tina and Richard; six grandchildren; a great grandchild; as well as many loved nieces and nephews.

He is predeceased by 2 brothers, Jeff and Edward and a sister, Margaret.

Service will be held at a later date. The Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center has been entrusted with arrangements.

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Frank K. Coffin

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Penny Bolek

June 22, 2018

My memories of my cousin Frank are mostly from when I was young and at "the shore." Christel and family, I am so sorry for your loss and will hold you all in prayer as you grieve Frank's passing.

Christel Coffin

June 17, 2018

To my Darling Husband of 56 years what a journey we went thru. From your being a small boat builder to owning and operating a marina on the Magothy River in Maryland.
You have always been there for me and our four children….teaching all of us how to run a business, answer the phone, handle the gas dock and the customers. You also taught us fun things to do such as fishing, crabbing, water skiing and scuba diving. You taught the boys about rebuilding and fixing engines on boats, on cars and teaching Richard how to do the finishing work on the cabinets you built.
We all helped build our house here in Florida and we all learned from that experience.
You were the craftsman…designing and building the beautiful cabinets and furniture in our home as well as in other homes surrounding us.
My darling Frank, I Miss you and Love you so much. Be at Peace my Darling. The Lord is with you.

Anita Wurster

June 15, 2018

My Dad loved his family and he taught us well. I learned everything from running a business to building a house, how to change a tire and fun things too like skiing, fishing and scuba diving. We did everything together as a family. I would not be the strong independent person I am today without him and my mom.
He also taught us about faith and god which is why this is a celebration of his life and journey into heaven. He prayed the rosary daily and was a devout Christian. We will miss him greatly but we will see him again should we be blessed to enter into heaven. Love you Dad, see you soon!!

Christel Evans

June 14, 2018

The greatest Poppop! Was always there for us grandkids! My favorite was sitting down watch old western shows and movies. They always caught my attention. Sometimes we didn’t have to talk but just sit there and watch those shows and eat sour dough hard pretzels! When I was younger he would give us kisses goodbye but rub his whiskers/beard all over our face. What we like to call is a “whisker kiss”. That was Matthews (great grandson) favorite too! The days going in the wood shop to watch you work and see all the amazing projects you were working on.....I love you.. You will be missed but NEVER forgotten !

FROM THE FAMILY