Michael J. Frankey
Mike was a wonderful person who was a high school graduate of mine (Judi). My husband and I were so sorry to learn of his passing, but grateful that he had this organization to help ease the burden of his cancer diagnosis. We know Mike is resting in God's eternal peace! Judi and Tim Milligan.
Contribution from: Judi and Tim Milligan
Stephen Francis O'Connor
God Bless you and the Loving Family Legacy you built.
We Love You and Miss You
Your Favorite :-)
Contribution from: Michael A. Fries
Theresa is a loving, inspiring and giving sister who has faced cancer and beat it three times. The first time in her thirties, then again in her fifties, and the past two years she has been fighting painful bone cancer. Despite the best treatment available, her only option was amputation. Not only did she embrace the life changing course of treatment, she was anxious to recover and show others the positive side of defeating cancer. Now cancer free, she’s excited to enjoy one of her favorite activities, cooking, walking and quilting.
Within ten days of surgery, Theresa hosted the family Thanksgiving. Nothing will stop her determination and her positive attitude to show other cancer survivors what’s possible. In her honor, I’ll be running Boston 2023 Marathon and fundraising for Cincinnati Cancer Advisors
Contribution from: Mary Clermont
Friend of Ruth (wife) and family members.
Contribution from: Kate Meyer
Mike was a wonderful neighbor and friend to all.
Contribution from: Ken and Jane Kline
Contribution from: Douglas Miller
Our hearts go out to the entire Frankey family. Our families have been close for generations going back to our grandparents. Our fathers were childhood friends and we've been very close through the years. We have many, many fond memories of Mike through the years. Always the optimist, always with a kind smile and a helping hand and loving heart. Mike was instrumental in organizing our annual Frankey/Cella Memorial Golf Outing at Potters Park Golf Course in Hamilton, Ohio. The event was held in memory of our fathers. It was a time for celebration and to honor our fathers and our family bond. Memories to cherish...always.
Contribution from: The Cella Family
In loving memory of Jeanie McKinley.
Contribution from: Gary & Heidi Holland
Jeanie was the most caring, kind, giving and outgoing lady I ever met. I will always remember my friend, Jeanie!
Contribution from: Bill & Christa Griggs
In Memory of Reed Lynn.
Contribution from: Steve & Chris Schneider
Contribution from: Kathie and Michael Schwartz
Karen Munson Journey Experience.
Contribution from: Rich & Vicki Swanson
Contribution from: Liz Billmann
This donation is in honor of one of the best bosses and people I've ever met. Reed had a quiet, curious, and calm demeanor, and used that to successfully navigate the many challenging situations that a leader encounters on a daily basis. His curiosity about a situation guided him to ask good questions that always led more times than not, led him down the right path. In addition, he had a very authentic and witty humor that made everyone feel at ease. He became a great friend of mine over the years and I will miss him dearly! Our thoughts and prayers go out to his amazing family, who he loved so much!
Contribution from: Otis Hess
We were blessed with decades of trust from Reed and his family, and was always uplifting to be in Reed's presence and humor.
Contribution from: Total Wealth Planning
Contribution from: Robert Schultz
Karen was a very special lady and a great mom, wife and wonderful friend.
Contribution from: Rick and Jay Deerwester
Karen was such a fun lady to be around. Lots of laughs and so warm and friendly. She and Ken were such a great team and I loved being with the entire family.
Contribution from: Jill Evans
Always smiling, and such a positive presence to all around her.
Contribution from: Mark Matthews
Contribution from: Don and Nancy Seltz
Contribution from: Ruth Varner
Dr. William Barrett
Contribution from: Lawrence H. Kyte
Nicole Elizabeth Daniels
Contribution from: Patrick Donnelly
Rudolph "Rudy" Daniels
Contribution from: Alexander Donath