Celebration of life Monday for West Seattle Thriftway’s Frank Foozer

From West Seattle Thriftway:

With a heavy heart, we regret to inform our community of the sudden loss of a beloved friend and co-worker, Frank Foozer. Frank passed away on September 25th and is survived by his wife and unborn child, and a very large family. Frank was quick with a smile and had a warm heart. We loved him as did the community and he will be sorely missed.

Please Join Frank’s family and friends in a celebration of his life.

Monday, September 30th, at 4 pm.

Lake Ballinger Estates Cabana Building
23503 Lakeview Drive
Mountlake Terrace

A memorial account has been set up at the Chase branch within West Seattle Thriftway to help the family with memorial and medical expenses. If you would like to contribute, ask the teller about “Frank’s Fund.”

(The photo of Mr. Foozer, 31, and his wife is courtesy of Thriftway, a WSB sponsor.)

7 Replies to "Celebration of life Monday for West Seattle Thriftway's Frank Foozer"

  • Jayjay September 27, 2013 (7:17 pm)

    What a terrible loss! He was such a beautiful soul. All of my thoughts and healing wishes for his family and friends.

  • G September 27, 2013 (7:42 pm)

    He lives eternal in the memories of friends and family.

  • Robin and don jones September 27, 2013 (8:10 pm)

    He always had the most wonderful smile, when you came into the store, I know his customers and “Thriftway family” will miss him so much. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife and family.

  • shed22 September 27, 2013 (9:11 pm)

    So very sad.

  • j September 27, 2013 (9:22 pm)

    Frank has helped me on numerous occasions and I’ve always felt that he was a huge asset to the Thriftway team. My heart is broken for his family. May his spirit live on through his son.

  • Jill September 27, 2013 (10:20 pm)

    So sorry to hear about this. Frank was always so helpful and so friendly. He was one of the many that make shopping at Thriftway such a good experience. Postive thoughts to his friends and family.

  • joezaloom September 28, 2013 (9:33 am)

    I’d be in the Thriftway for two minutes and would be greeted by Frank’s call from the meat counter, “Yo Joe-eeeey!” Full of life and energy, I got the feeling he made everybody feel special. A rare gem, Frank will be missed. My sympathies to Frank’s family and his extended family – the Thriftway employees for the loss of a great guy. Godspeed Frank…

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