Frank B. Surette

November 30, -0001 - December 26, 2009

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SURETTE Frank B., beloved husband of Toni (nee Thamann), devoted father of Denise, Kevin (Natalie) and Tim Surette, loving grandfather of Maizie, Zoe, Kindel and Aubri. Saturday, December 26, 2009, age 64. Visitation at St. Susanna Church, 616 Reading Rd. (Rt. 42), Mason, Saturday, Jan. 2 from 10 a.m. until the Mass of Christian Burial at 12 noon. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to CaringBridge.org (visit franksurette) or to Hospice of Cincinnati.


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Karen Bice - Jan 4, 2011

Toni & Denise – Our deepst sympathy with your lost. We did not know until Monday night that you had lost him otherwise we would have come to the services. (I still remember when you came to my Dad’s service & it meant so much to me- it’s been 12 years ago)
We will always have Frank in our fondest memories! He was a good man & will be missed.
The Bice Family ~
Jerry, Karen & Chris

Kathleen Hipskind Maier - Jan 11, 2010

Dear Toni, Denise, and all members of the Surette Family,
It’s Mrs. Hipskind from Mt. Notre Dame High School, Cincinnati, and as I was in town over the Christmas holidays, I learned of the death of your dear husband and father. I am sorry I was unable to attend his funeral, but I wanted you to know that I extend to you and all your family my deepest sympathy and promise of prayers. I’d love to hear from Denise to see what’s been happening in her life since our years together at MND. I know these days must be difficult ones for you. I hope that the knowledge that Frank is now pain-free and resting comfortably in the loving embrace of the One who made Him brings you all great consolation and joy. God bless you all. John & Kathleen Hipskind Maier

Kerry and Marcia Poulos - Dec 31, 2009

We first met Frank and Toni 12 years or so ago. We didn’t know them that well but thought highly of them. We are glad we did have the opportunity to know them the little we did. Kerry knew Frank a little more and had a an opportunity to be around him a handful of times over the years. Each visit with Frank was fun and memorable. As others have mentioned, Frank was an excellent story teller and it was always fun to listen to him. You only had to meet Frank a couple times and you knew you were talking to a solid, caring, well meaning, good father, husband, all around family man, excellent friend to those that knew him for many years and someone you wish you could spend more time with. In this difficult time, Toni and her family our in our thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
Kerry and Marcia Poulos

Sara and Phil Blizzard - Dec 30, 2009

We have so many fond memories of Frank. His gift for storytelling will be missed. Toni, our thoughts are with you and your family. Love Sara and Phil