Frank Lynn Beverlin

June 28, 1955April 22, 2021

Frank Lynn Beverlin was born on June 28, 1955 and passed away on April 22, 2021 and is under the care of Evergreen Washelli Funeral Home.

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Frank Lynn Beverlin

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Angela Prince

May 11, 2021

Dearest Frank, You bravely fought some tough health challenges over the last years and after recovering and surviving all of that, you’ve gone and left us on the quiet! . I hate that you had to suffer so. You were always so upbeat and encouraging and I remember feeling like I could believe in myself a bit simply because you did. Somehow anything was possible! Remember France? This photo is so you! Your arms outstretched embracing and loving life. You were in your element, travelling, exploring, connecting with artist communities and doing your photography. Connecting with others in a special way, was one of your many gifts. I have some special memories of us in London, Ireland and France together with your special ‘chosen family’ friends Matt & Maxine and my sister Emma. We always kept in touch and although I hadn’t seen you in long, I was so looking forward to coming to the States one day for a fun reunion. I know that my tears of sadness flow because of love. I am blessed for knowing you. You were to me like the older brother I never had. I love you Frank. ❤️

Maxine Lennon

May 11, 2021

On one of Frank's travels to Belfast, north Ireland, he stayed in the family apartment in the building my mum lived in. One day when walking up the corridor, an elderly gentleman came out of his apartment, bent over his cane, he slowly looked up the length of Frank and said 'Jaysus, who planted a tree in the corridor' - when Frank left us a big tree fell, tearing up many hearts - the light hasn't made it through 'yet' - in his memory people are planting trees - Big Frank's/Frankie's tree(s) all over the world - especially in places he traveled to - I reckon, up there with all his loved ones around him, Frank turned down a harp and instead began whittling - we're ensuring you've plenty of trees to keep you going - until we meet again - much love.

Fiona Ní Mhaoilir

May 10, 2021

A witty, kind and wonderful human being. Frank welcomed a bunch of artists from the north of Ireland to Seattle back in 1999. Good times were had and lasting friendships ensued. Sending strength and peace to his family and friends at this sad time.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam

Fiona Ní Mhaoilir (artist, Horsehead project)

Michele Edelman

May 4, 2021

Frank has been my friend and neighbor for many years. He always had a smile on his face, a positive attitude, and willingness to help anyone who needed it. Frank was known and beloved by many neighbors here, and is already missed greatly.

Susan Friedman

May 3, 2021

Very few things can provide relief from the pain of losing someone. I choose to focus on gratitude and the memories I hold dear. I am so grateful that I knew Frank. My heart breaks and I will miss his presence. I am blessed to have known him, his strength, kindness, humor, candor, incredible will to live and unwavering happiness was an inspiration. Never did he seem defeated, ever! May you rest in peace my sweet gentle friend.

Michele Edelman

May 3, 2021

This photo was taken in October of 2013. It is one of my favorite photos of Frank.