OBITUARY

Frank Brian Ostler

May 24, 1949September 30, 2021

Frank Brian Ostler, 72, of Las Vegas, NV passed away on Thursday, September 30, 2021 at his daughter’s home in New City, NY after a long, hard fought battle with cancer. Frank was born on May 24, 1949 in Ogden, Utah. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and worked as a Computer Scientist and Programmer at Nellis Air Force Base, EG&G Special Projects, JT3 and JT4 on government projects with the United States Defense Department.

He resided in Las Vegas for 42 years and is survived by his wife of nearly 50 years, Jessie Ostler of Las Vegas, Nevada; daughter, Tasha Ostler of New City, New York; son, Tony Ostler of Massapequa, NY; and 5 grandchildren, Jackson, Madison and Sienna Maione and Madeline and Vincent Ostler. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frank William and Pauline Beth Ostler. He is also survived by his 5 siblings, Roger Ostler of Ogden, Utah, Jean Canavan of Scottsdale, Arizona, Kent Ostler of Las Vegas, NV, Lynn Ostler of Ogden, Utah and Jim Ostler of Grand Junction, Colorado.

He was a dedicated, devoted and loving husband, father, brother and grandfather. He enjoyed movies, water skiing, skiing, surfing, basketball, football, art and baking. He was an eternal optimist and firmly believed in helping his family and country. He left an indelible impression on all who were lucky enough to meet him and will be deeply missed.

His memorial service will be held at Palm Mortuary Southwest location in Las Vegas, NV on October 22nd at 2:00pm. All friends and co-workers are welcome to attend, and the family encourages all who knew him to reach out. Donations can be made in his honor to Hearts Alive Village Las Vegas or contributions can be made towards his service at Go Fund Me Frank Ostler Funeral Service or Venmo @tasha-ostler.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, October 22, 2021

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Judy Smith

October 25, 2021

Jessie I just read about Frank’s passing. I am so sorry for your loss. It was always so fun hanging out with the two of you while attending Weber State.

Butch Wolcott

October 23, 2021

I am saddened to learn of Frank’s recent passing. He really was a nice man and genuine “good guy.” We have been close friends of the Ostler family since the 1950’s. They are a family I always greatly admired.
Godspeed, Frank.
Butch Wolcott

Randy Weaver

October 21, 2021

My condolences to the family of my childhood friend. Frank was my hero when it came to anything around the boats at Pineview. We spent many days on the water and learned to "Surf" behind Bill's boat. Water skiing was so easy for Frank also. I only wish we had kept in touch after college. He was always so talented with anything he did, including school.

With Love and Respect,
Randy Weaver
Centerville, UT

Ed Haynes

October 20, 2021

Dear Ostler Family,
We all extend our deepest sympathies and offer our sincerest condolences at the passing of your beloved Frank. We remember our Fowler Ave days with great fondness and how much a part of our lives Frank was to our family. May God grant you all peace and comfort in your time of sorrow.
Toni Whittier
Ed Haynes
Bruce Haynes
Kevin Whittier
Donna Whittier
(Neil and Dad are probably in Frank’s welcoming committee)

William Curd

October 13, 2021

I remember Frank well, we worked together at the place and he was a very dedicated guy to his work. He was always right there to help and solve problems. I did not know his family but I am sure he will be missed by them and friends. later .willie curd