OBITUARY

Frank Frederick BONSACK II

June 4, 1941March 7, 2018

Frank Frederick Bonsack II, 76, beloved husband, father, grandfather and uncle left this earth to be with his amazing and loving mother, Edna, father Albert and big brother Kenneth on March 7th, 2018. Fred, as he was known to his family, moved to Arizona at a young age from Paulsboro, New Jersey. He graduated West High School and went on to earn a degree at Phoenix Community College. He then had a 35 year career as an aeronautical engineer with Sperry Flight Systems (currently Honeywell). Fred was proud of his heritage and had a strong and unfailing love for family. He would always remember his loved ones on their birthdays and holidays and send hand-written greeting cards. Charming and charismatic, he was loved by those that were fortunate enough to cross paths with him. His passions included classic oldies music, NASCAR, airplanes, Seafood and Mexican food, but he LOVED his Dodgers! Their biggest fan will be dearly missed. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Geri, his daughter Mary and son Robert, Mary’s husband Brian, their daughters Alexis, Rachael and Skylar, and his nieces Kathy (Vaughn), Nancy (Wayne) and Cyndi (Don). A memorial service will be held in New Jersey this summer.

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Frank Frederick BONSACK II

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Cyndi Bonsack-Garcia

April 8, 2018

Rat #3 here. I miss you Uncle Fred.
I have memories of you sitting in one of those aluminum folding chairs on grammas back porch with your transistor radio tuned to the game, cheering on your Dodgers, on weekends.
I have memories of you singing β€˜Everyone knows it Cindy’ to the song Windy by The Association.
I remember you taking me to The Peppertree to go see Aunt Geri while she worked.
I remember how you loved your oldies music and would watch Sha Na Na with a smile-sometimes singing along.
You always made me feel special and loved.
I miss you! And I love you.

Kathy Van Liew

April 6, 2018

I will always remember Uncle Fred fondly, who called my sisters and me rat #1, #2 and #3. πŸ€ πŸ€ πŸ€

I was so happy that when our daughter, Bethany, was born on his birthday, he seemed honored by it. He sent Bethany a birthday card each year to commemorate their shared day. Birthday πŸŽ‚ 🎈

I could always count on his Christmas card every year even though most others have stopped the tradition. πŸŽ„ ⛄️ πŸŽ…

He was always genuinely interested in all that was going on in our lives. πŸ€—

Uncle Fred, you are missed! πŸ’•
Rat #1

Mary Bonsack

April 6, 2018

Everyday was a memory. Love and miss you dad.

FROM THE FAMILY