Frank G. Daveler

November 17, 1918November 30, 2020

Frank G. Daveler, 102, of Naples, FL passed away peacefully November 30, 2020 at Avow Hospice House.

He was born November 17, 1918 in Philadelphia, PA to Emma and George Daveler.

Most of his adult life was spent in Huntingdon Valley, PA where he lived with his wife of 73 years, Ellen Daveler. He excelled in the engineering occupation and traveled the world extensively making many friends along the way.

Survivors include his two children, Bruce Daveler and Jill Ricker; six granddaughters and seven great-grandchildren.

Frank and his beloved Ellen will go together to their final resting place, Sunset Memorial Park in Huntingdon Valley, PA.


16 May

Celebration of Life

12:00 pm

Hodges Funeral Home At Naples Memorial Gardens

525 111th Ave N
Naples, Florida 34108


Frank G. Daveler

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Helen Bolton (Weitzel)

February 9, 2021

Bruce and Jill, I am so sorry over the loss of your dad. Growing up 5 houses down on Pine Road, some of most favorite childhood memories are walking up to your mom and dad's and spending the day. I still have my two theorem paintings that your mom spent hours teaching me. I remember them taking my 12 year old self to Peddlers Village for the day. I LOVED them both so dearly. The last time I saw them was when they moved to Whitpain. I thought of them so often through the years and was so sorry to lose touch with them after they moved to Florida. Your dad would always just smile that sweet smile as me and your mom talked and talked. I am sure it was a beautiful reunion for the two of them. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers, Sincerely, Helen (Weitzel) Bolton

Linda Lee

December 20, 2020

I fondly remember Ellen and Frank from my days as their dental hygienist in Glenside, PA. I reconnected with them in FL as my sister lives in Pelican Bay. They kindly treated us to lunch and we visited with them at their home which was up the street from my sisters. Your father was a delightful, kind man and I really enjoyed his company. His cheerful nature will be greatly missed!