Frank Roy Lunetti

Born July 1, 1939

Frank R. Lunetti A birth, a death, eternal life with God. Frank R. Lunettipassed away from pancreatic cancer on November 12, 2012 to be with our Lord. He was born July 1st, 1939 to Roy and Elizabeth Lunetti in Tacoma, Washington. Frank met the love of his life and partner Bob Schultz in 1964. The relationship of 36 years ended when Bob died in 2000. Together he and Bob had business ventures that spanned manufacturing statuary, dog grooming, a laundromat and a bookkeeping service. Frank spent 17 years with ITT Continental Baking Company. Frank continued his career as a private bookkeeper until his retirement. Frank enjoyed traveling especially to Mazatlan, Egypt and China. He also was an avid gardener. Frank is survived by his Sister-in-law Doris Lunetti and three nieces, Marie Eubanks, Ede Readel and Sandy Owens. Frank’s extended family included many friends and business associates. It is Frank’s wish that in lieu of flowers donations be made in his memory to “Pancreatic Cancer Early Detection Research Fund,” c/o Dean Jerry Baldasty, UW Graduate School, Box 353770, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 98195-3770. Funeral services and internment will be held at Forest Lawn Funeral Home in West Seattle on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at 11:00 a.m.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, November 20, 2012
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Frank Roy Lunetti

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Rena Merithew

June 4, 2013

RIP dear Frank! You were my first boyfriend when I was a Junior at Lincoln and you a Senior...After a year or so we were just good friends. I wondered why I hadn't received an email from you so just searched through Facebook and found out why....Sorry I wasn't able to pay respect to Doris and your family....Blessings to you all, Rena Bott Merithew

November 23, 2012

always in my heart my good friend frank your friend max from mazatlan mexico

Nancy Lundquist Oblanas

November 20, 2012

It's been 55 years since I last saw you. We shared "Home Room" every day for 15 minutes. We shared laughs, joys and home work. It seems we shared another love as well, gardening. Looks like you had a good life. Rest in peace.

Zeeny Teja

November 19, 2012

Dear Frank,
In the 20 years that we have known each other, I have enjoyed the laughs, the frustrations of my book keeping errors that made you so cross, sharing tea with you in your lovely garden, our final moments together and so many more memories. I will miss you. God bless your soul. Love, Zeeny

Ruth Pruefert

November 18, 2012

RIP Frank.

Vanessa Butler

November 15, 2012

Frank lived life, every moment. He enjoyed his time, his life and friendships. He'll be missed, but alive in memories.