Frank Stanley Melvin of Fryeburg, ME formerly of Bedford, MA

5618 Melvin 2Mr. Frank Stanley Melvin, 75, of Fryeburg, ME, formerly of Bedford, MA died Friday, September 4, 2015 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

He was married to Mrs. Janet Melvin with whom he celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on May 1, 2015.

Frank was born in Everett MA, the son of the late Frederick and Mary Melvin. He attended Wilmington High School in Wilmington, MA.

He proudly served with the U.S. Navy.

He retired from Continental Resources of Bedford, MA in May of 2006.

Frank was a member of the American Legion, Post 101, of Woburn, MA, and the VFW of Lovell, ME. He was an avid golfer.

Besides his wife he is survived by four sons, Frank and his wife Michele Melvin of N. Chelmsford, Scott Melvin of Bedford, MA, Todd and his wife Christine Melvin of Billerica, MA, Michael Melvin of Billerica, MA; two daughters, Ruth and her husband, Kevin Antonucci of Fryeburg, ME, and Melissa and her husband, Arthur Alexander of Billerica, MA; three brothers Bertrum and his wife, Mary Melvin of Seal Beach, CA, Frederick and his wife, Margaret Melvin of Brooksville, FL, and John Melvin of Plaistow, NH; two sisters, Ruth Gravell of Palm City, FL and Barbara Burris of Conway, NH; one sister-in-law, Mary Melvin of Brick, NJ; fifteen grandchildren; two great-grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews.

Frank was the brother of the late Edward Melvin of Brick, New Jersey and William Melvin of Salem, NH.

Visiting hours Wednesday 3 to 7 P.M. Funeral Thursday at 11 AM at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, Memorials may be made in his name to the Jimmy Fund, 10 Brookline Pl, Brookline MA 02445, (800)-525-4669. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.


31 Condolences for Frank Stanley Melvin of Fryeburg, ME formerly of Bedford, MA

    Bill and Christine Bisset

    We are deeply saddened by the loss of our good friend Frank. He was a thoughtful, caring person who always had a smile on his face.. He will be very much missed by those of us that were fortunate enough to have known him.

    Our love and concern to you Janet, and to your family at this time. Know that we are there for you.

    Bill and Chris

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    Mike,Letitia, Charles, Matthew & Colton Genest

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of loss. Frank was a wonderful man, one who was loved by all those who were fortunate enough to have know him.

    May peace and comfort find and embrace you all.

    Love always the Genests

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    Arthur McHugh

    We are so sorry for your loss. Frank was a wonderful man and we are so fortunate to have many happy memories with him and his wife, Janet. He will definitely be missed by many

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    Wayne and Shannon Harriman

    Our deepest sympathies go out to the entire Melvin family. Frank was a kind and generous man who will be greatly missed.

    May the love of family and friends comfort you during this difficult time.

    Much love to all of you,

    Wayne and Shannon Harriman

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    Kelli McDonough Bruno

    Aunt Janet, Frank jr, Scott, Todd, Ruthie, Melissa and Chris,
    Heartbroken over the loss of Uncle Frank. He was one of a kind. He was funny and caring. He will forever be missed. Thinking of you all during this hard time. Love to all.
    Kelli McDonough Bruno

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    MJ Trumbull

    My thoughts are with you all. I shall miss Frank coming in to the store whether being a gopher for someone in town, getting the score csrds for the mens’ league, or actually getting some thing for himself. He was a kind hearted soul and will be missed by many. MJ

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    Lee Pearson

    So sorry for the Melvin family. I know how close you all were and he will be missed greatly.
    What a long and loving marriage.

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    Mark Cantrell

    Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Frank was a wonderful person who will be greatly missed. May God bless you and your family thru these difficult days.

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    Dick and Cathy Cote

    Our deepest condolences to Janet, Ruthie and all the family. We are so sorry for your loss. Frank will be missed for his sense of humor, kind heart and excellent pool skills. We are confident that Janet will find comfort and peace with the support of her children and grand-children that Frank loved so much.

    Much love,

    Dick and Cathy Cote

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    Leslie Hicks

    My Thoughts are with each and everyone of you Uncle Frank was a very special man and I will greatly miss his visits to my house things just won’t be the same!!

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    Kevin Ball

    To the Entire Melvin Family , I am deeply saddened to hear of Frank’s passing , he was a great man thoughts and prayers of comfort and healing during this difficult time. R.I.P Frank

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    Margaret Pietrowski

    We are so sorry for this tremendous loss! He will live on in all of your many wonderful memories. I knew him.to be a kind and fun loving person during my years at CRI. May God bless and be with all of you, now and always.

    May Frank rest in peace-
    Margaret Pietrowski

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    Dave and Judy McCarthy

    Dear Janet and family,
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your wonderful family. We have so many happy memories of being with you, not only at work, but at many social events. Know that we will keep all of you in our prayers as you go through this sad time. God Bless all of you.
    Love and Blessings,
    Dave and Judy

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    Kathy (Melvin) Boyle

    I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Frankie’s passing.
    I remember fondly of our visits with him and Aunt Janet as a child growing up in Tewksbury and later on at their home in Bedford with my parents and new husband John.
    As you get older, farther away, and so consumed with your kids and careers you don’t see everyone you should, as often as you might like, but it never meant I had forgotten him. My memories are of a kindhearted, generous, and devoted family man who generously would help anyone when called upon.
    Unfortunately, John will be undergoing minor skin surgery this week, which may prevent us from attending his memorials and prevent us from providing our condolences in person.
    However please be assured our thoughts are with everyone who will miss him so dearly.

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    Walt Burns

    You will be truly missed. Will always remember working with you and your wonderful wife Janet. You are both in our prayers.

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    Rene and Joe

    Our hearts broke when we learned the sad news.
    Frank was such a fun guy and a true Friend.
    We loved him and he loved us back.
    Peace be with you all during the difficult days ahead.
    Love, Rene and Joe

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    Bill Kotsifas

    I’m so sorry to hear about Franks passing. He was a great guy with a big heart. He had a big impact on my life and he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the Melvin family during this difficult time.

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    Frederick A. Melvin III

    Hello folks it’s been so long, and this is such sad news to get updated around. Kristal, and I live in Olympia Washington.
    That is for about another week or so. Kristal is still a active duty U.S. Army Lt. Col. And we are being transferred to Texas in less than 2 weeks. She joined the Army at forty years old to save my life when medicating me became too expensive.
    My body has survived ten painful reconstruction surgeries from radeation poisoning aboard the second nuclear missile submarine built. I am a retired shop teacher after teaching engineering from middle school through graduate school, and everything In Between .I can no longer fly in airplanes so I will not be able to attend the funeral. It took us a whole week by train just to travel to Maryland two moths ago to attend my youngest boys college graduation. Another train trip like that I am not up for. All four boys are now degrees, and on their own. We are both very saddened by the loss of Uncle Frankie. Next summer was going to be our first visit back East through New England in nearly twenty years. More like thirty years since last reaching Maine. I would have enjoyed meeting with him again.
    Love Old Hippie Ted

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    Karen McCabe

    Well a very fine man has found his way to a place where great people go. Heaven is sweet and he is there with my father and brother having a beer and playing a little golf. I will miss that kind smile and sincere demeanor. I will never forget singing at your wedding! Happy times fly by too fast. But we have some terrific memories! I will pray for Uncle Frankie and you too Janet. May God bless you both .

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    Dave Malhowski

    Frank, Nancy and I will always miss you. You were a great person to work with.
    Our prayers go to you.
    Love,
    Nancy and Dave

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    Beth Everhart

    We will miss Frank our camping buddy and forever friend. He will be in our thoughts forever.
    Janet Please take care of yourself and remember Frank will always be by your side.
    Love Ed and Beth Everhart

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    Ginny Mallon

    JANET, YOU AND FRANK WERE SUCH A SPEIAL LOVING COUPLE. THAT LOVE SEEMED TO EXTEND TO ALL YOU KNEW. FRANK WAS A VERY SWEET, KIND, GENTLE MAN. I AM AMONG THE MANY WHO WILL MISS HIS KINDNESS. MY LOVE TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. GINNY

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    Deb Firlit

    Janet, so sorry for your loss. Frankie was such a sweetheart and will be truly missed. Know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Debi Firlit

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    Louis and Heather Moore

    So shocked and saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. Please accept our sincere condolences.
    Lou and Heather Moore

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    Stacy Zanni

    Todd and Christine, the whole Melvin Family, my condolences on this great loss to your family.
    Losing a parent at any age brings you right back to being a little kid. May all your memories of growing up keep a smile on your faces. Stacy A. Zanni

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