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Date of Passing: Jun 13, 2023

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1947 - 2023

With his family beside him Frank entered his heavenly home on Tuesday, June 13, 2023.
He will be lovingly remembered by his wife Beverley; son Aaron (Kayla); daughter Crystal (Gord); and wonderful grandsons, Odin, Asher, Landon and Caleb.
He leaves behind his sister Magdaline (Pinky) Skazyk (Walter); and niece Tricia (Ezra); nephew Jason (Jen); Carson and Ella.
Frank and his zany gift of humour will definitely be missed by many other family and friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, June 23, 2023 at 12:00 noon at the Coutu Funeral Home, located at 680 Archibald Street.

Blessed are those who mourn,
for they will be comforted. Matt. 5:4

Friends and family are invited to share stories and sign the online book of condolences at

E.J. Coutu & Co. Funeral Directors

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 17, 2023

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • We, your family from across the miles - wish to send our condolences, thoughts of comfort and love, and our sincerest sadness. Frank made a huge impression on me as a very young child. Bev married Frank and then I got to meet him and I could see how happy she was and that was good enough for me and then I realized how much fun he was. He made me laugh from age 5 to age 55! Frank taught me so much without even trying. When I was really little Frank brought me a present of a smiling guy's head, made out of felt and he told me his name was Frank (I loved that guy). I can remember Frank's head making me smile especially in the dark days after my father (Bev's uncle) passed away. Every chance I got to see Frank, I soaked up his kindness, simplicity, and pure childish joy. He set a high standard to follow with the importance he consistently demonstrated on community, respect, trust, honour, faith, honesty, family, and health. How he treated my beautiful cousin Bev made a huge impression and any potential mates who came my way over the years had to meet or exceed that level of care (it took A LONG TIME TO FIND). The image of Frank that often comes to my mind is Frank at the Winnipeg Parliament building as he popped up on the stair railing outside and rode it to the bottom of the stairs. How can one human being embody so much goodness? He lit up the world with his funny. He will be loved forever, and missed just as long. - Posted by: Wendy Malcom (cousin-in-law) on: Jul 19, 2023

  • Frank will always be remembered for his positivity, storytelling and zest for life. Our deepest sympathy for his treasured wife and family, especially their grandchildren. You are in my prayers. - Posted by: Judy malcom (Family ) on: Jun 29, 2023

  • So sorry to hear of Frank‚Äôs passing. He was always cheerful whenever I encountered him and he was a great musician. It was very sad to hear of how home bound he was during the past few years. He is now free to be who God intended him to be. I am sorry that I missed being at his funeral but I am away in Toronto on vacation. My sincere condolences to you Bev and all your family. - Posted by: Sally Young (Friend from church) on: Jun 28, 2023

  • So sorry to hear of Franks passing. He was always happy and encouraging. Our thoughts are going to his family and friends. - Posted by: Rick Saydak (ex curling team member) on: Jun 23, 2023

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