Frank Williams

Frank E. Williams

Thursday, December 4th, 1947 - Thursday, November 12th, 2020
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Frank Williams
December 4, 1947 - November 12, 2020
1965 graduate of John Harris High School in Pennsylvania

Serving 7 years in the Air Force. Two years in Thailand and three years in Alaska. Stationed in Mt. Laguna Air Force station in San Diego until July 1973. Studied Music and Dance at Grossmont College.

Frank was an accomplished Pianist, Payed piano for JHHS's winter carnivals.

Also was Airman of the year in 1970 for his efforts in entertaining the troops, state side with his Air Force Band.

Frank was a music director for the Welsh Choir of southern California, Performed at the National Cathedral in Washington DC, The state Capital in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Also toured the Pacific Northwest, Washington and British Columbia. Choir director for the German Choir of El Cajon, St Paul's united Methodist church in Coronado, and St. Marks united Methodist Church S.D. performing at Carnegie hall in New York. He Also worked with the children choir.

Frank worked at Point Loma Nazarene University in Financial aid and retired in 2014 after 8 years at Grossmont College as a Financial Aid Supervisor.

Frank is survived by his siblings in PA; three brothers Ben, Ken and John Williams; and one sister Elizabeth Stank.
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Daniel Reed

Posted at 04:18pm
So sad to see this! Frank hired me as a student worker at Point Loma, which directly lead to my current career of 15 years. He recruited me for his Handbell choir, so I got to benefit from his discerning musical ear! We've lost a unique, caring and truly talented individual. My prayers are with Tony and the whole family.

- Daniel Reed

Kirsten Leigh Buxton

Posted at 04:38pm
A kind and loving friend and neighbor. Frank always met us with a smile and friendly wave. He will be truly missed.

Martha Weaver

Posted at 04:28pm
Music, laughter, food and love. That was Frank. Always in my heart. ♥️🙏

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