Obituary for Roy "Frank" Oswalt

Roy “Frank” Franklin Oswalt , 76, of Wakeman passed away Feb. 9, 2017. He was born in Eudora, Mississippi. Feb 5, 1941. He served in the Navy, and then worked for Ford Motor Co. in Lorain and Avon Lake from 1966 to 1987 when he retired. He loved going to his Masonic meetings. He belonged to Blue Lodge Gibson 301 in Wakeman, Wakeman Chapter 177, Norwalk Council 24, Norwalk Commandery 18, and Blue Steel Lodge in Amherst. Frank was the recipient of the Knight York Cross of Honor. He is survived ...
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Roy “Frank” Franklin Oswalt , 76, of Wakeman passed away Feb. 9, 2017. He was born in Eudora, Mississippi. Feb 5, 1941. He served in the Navy, and then worked for Ford Motor Co. in Lorain and Avon Lake from 1966 to 1987 when he retired. He loved going to his Masonic meetings. He belonged to Blue Lodge Gibson 301 in Wakeman, Wakeman Chapter 177, Norwalk Council 24, Norwalk Commandery 18, and Blue Steel Lodge in Amherst. Frank was the recipient of the Knight York Cross of Honor. He is survived by his wife, Rose (Howard) Oswalt, son, Tom Hall (Char), Amherst, daughter Joyce (Mark) Kayser, New London, and daughter Mary Harmon of Wakeman. Five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Brothers W.A. Oswalt of Horn Lake, MS, Jackie Oswalt of Memphis, TN, sister Clara Paulson of Oakland, TN. Preceded in death by his parents, A.R. Oswalt and Margarette (Gordon) Oswalt, brother Leon Oswalt, great granddaughter Marissa Harmon. Friends may call on Saturday from 3:00 until the time of Masonic Services at 7:00 pm at the Morman Funeral Home, 16 Cooper Street, Wakeman. Online condolences may be left at mormanfuneralhome.com In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Gibson Masonic Lodge #301
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Recent Condolence Notes

Sunday, 2/12/2017
Rose I am so sorry to hear about T.W. I just found out this morning.I new he wasn't doing to good.My prayers are with you and the Family
- Fay & Larry Davis

Saturday, 2/11/2017
Rose, we are not in Ohio at this time and cannot attend the service for Frank but we send our condolences and prayers to you and your family for the loss of your love one and our long time friend.
Duke and Tuddy Peak
- Duke and Tuddy Peak

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS MOM, JOYCE, TOM AND MARY
- SHERILL FISHER NOVAK

My oldest brother has now joined our Mother ,Father and Brother in heaven. I know it was a day of rejoicing for them all. Frank, I will see you again someday and will miss you til then. I love you. Rose we are here for you if you need us. Love you. Clara, Terry , Katelyn and Jordan.
- Clara Paulson

My deepest condolences and prayers to your family. Frank was a great mentor to many new Brothers at Lodge. He will be missed by myself and many others.

Walter Campbell
- Walter Campbell

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