Stephen J. Frank

    Stephen J. Frank, 64, a former resident of Cedar Grove, passed away at his Random Lake home on Friday, July 13, following a battle with cancer.  
    Mr. Frank was born in Milwaukee on Dec. 22, 1953, to Steve and Nellie Harvey Frank. Following high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and served until 1978.
    He took a position with Stainless Foundry and Engineering in Milwaukee, where he worked for 43 years as a melt supervisor.
    On Oct. 26, 2001, Mr. Frank married Vickie Paulson in Sheboygan. The couple settled in Cedar Grove and moved to Random Lake in 2013.
    Mr. Frank enjoyed woodworking in his basement where he recently made personalized wooden signs and plaques for his family and friends. He also liked helping with building projects, which included plumbing and electrical work, but not painting.
    According to Mr. Frank’s family, when he wasn’t riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, he might be found fishing on local lakes, playing on the computer, or performing a song on the keyboard. Occasionally, he would try his luck on slots at the casino and was always lucky if he went on his mother’s birthday.  
    Mr. Frank is survived by his wife Vickie of Random Lake; children Russell (Jenni) of Kewaskum, Joseph (Carey) of West Allis, Amanda (Paul) Porter of West Bend, Donavan Schmitt of San Diego, Cal. and Jordyn Andersen of Fredonia.  
    He is further survived by six grandchildren; brother Ed of Pembine and sister Karen Koedinger of St. Francis.
    Mr. Frank was preceded in death by his parents, sister Linda Frank and brother-in-law Earl “Skip” Koedinger.
    A celebration of life will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Monday, July 23, at Eernisse Funeral Home in Belgium, followed by military honors.
    Memorials to the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign or to the Frank family are suggested.



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