I found this by pure luck. I was stationed with Frank there for 2 years where we became great friends and the best spades players there ever was. I have the fond memory of me and him drinking a rack of beer and stealing a x mas tree from a lot for his mother in law. Then we were stationed at Ft. Ord.until we both were discharged. Franky was from San Jose where we spent almost every weekend with his mom and sister two of the greatest and nicest people that I feel fortunate to meet. I remember the first time going over to the house and Frank laughing his ass off at me of the expression on my face of his mom chanting in front of her shrine. I also remember how they would have me over for the holidays and treated me as one of the family. I would like to say thanks. I still to this day have a photo of him on my mantle the rest I gave to his sister in law for his kids. He has always been missed what a great and funny guy he was. R. I. P my friend.