Frank Charles Frew
October 4, 1927 – October 13, 2019
Frank Frew, at the age of 92, went home to be with his faithful Lord and Saviour, on October 13th. Beloved husband of Margaret for 68 years and father of Paul (Carol), Jim (Sharon) and Jennifer (Don). Loved Grandpa to Andy (Niki), Doug (Jan), Elissa (Chris), Alison (Geoff), Bradley (Erin), Tim (Megan) and Scott (Holly). Great Grandpa to Naomi, Jonathan, Samuel, Hudson, Gabriel, Ethan, Harris, Kaleb, Makenna, Jorja, Claire, Hudson, Garrett, Zachary, Grace, Evelyn & Macy.
Frank is pre-deceased by brothers, Stan (Connie), Bill, sister Audrey and brother-in-law (Carl). He is survived by siblings Margaret, Doug (Faithe) and Bruce (Heather) and sister-in-law Judy.
Frank served 39 years with Africa Inland Mission, as a missionary, a teacher in public and mission schools and training pastors in Bible Schools. He also served as Kenya Director, AIM Canada Director and with the International Office in Bristol England as the Director of Ministries. Frank directed the AIM in the turning over of the leadership of the Kenya AIM branch to the local Africa Inland Church in Kenya and was instrumental in the establishment of AIM AIR. A name given to Frank by the people he worked with in Kenya was “Mwend'andu” which means “A lover of people”. This sums up his ministry for the Lord in Africa. Frank was a member of Calvary Associated Gospel Church since 1943.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Africa Inland Mission Canada.
- Africa Inland Mission Canada
- Visitation Sunday, October 20, 2019
- Memorial Service Monday, October 21, 2019
Frank Charles Frew
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October 17, 2019
We,(Henry and I) have lost a great friend and mentor. Henry and Frank are now discussing their last hunting expedition or church project. Wonderfull that we have the hope of one day being reunited again. God bless you and family.
October 16, 2019
Every year in public school I would take in our Zebra leg lamp, a gift from Uncle Frank, when it was my turn for "Show and Tell". Last year at my high school reunion (50 years later) my classmates asked me if I still had that lamp.....