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William "Bill" Frame

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Birth Date: May 24, 1925
Death Date: April 16, 2018
Age at Death: 92
Sex: male
Veteran Of: U.S.Army

Marriages

Edith (Baker) Frame

Burial Details

Cemetery Name: Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado

Obituaries

The Daily Sentinel page 5B Death Notice - April 18, 2018
William “Bill” Frame, 92, Clifton, died April 16, 2018, at HopeWest Hospice Care Center. Services will take place at a later date. He was a rancher and farmer. Survivors include three sons, Bill of Wasilla, Alaska, and Steve and Tim, both of Clifton; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions to HopeWest, 3090B N. 12th St., Grand Junction 81506.
The Daily Sentinel page 3D Obituary - April 29, 2018
William "Bill" Frame May 24, 1925 - April 16, 2018
Bill was born in the farming community of Weldona, Colorado. After serving in the Army in World War II Pacific Theater, he returned to Denver where he met and married Edith (Baker) Frame. She precedes him in death. They raised three boys, William Frame of Wasilla, Alaska; Steve Frame of Clifton, CO, and Tim Frame (Janice) of Clifton, CO. He is also survived by two grandchildren, Ryan (Mindy) of Grand Junction, and Hannah (Kaleb) of Montrose, CO. Bill has four great-grandchildren. Bill and Edith started their lives in the construction business but have always been in the farming and ranching industry. They owned and ran a dude ranch in the Ruedi Valley outside of Basalt. The family had to move out of the valley when the Ruedi Reservoir was built. They continued raising their family in the Bear Creek area. They then continued their farming and ranching in Arvada. After selling the Arvada farm in the mid80s, they moved to Clifton, Colorado where they continued farming and ranching until the present. Bill was a meticulous bookkeeper and a whiz at figures. He was very self-disciplined. He loved his family and took care of everyone. Bill was a square dancer and danced a mean polka. He rode dirt bikes and snowmobiles with Edith. For years they were in a Jeep Club. They had many friends that shared their passions. Bill became "Papa" when he and Edith moved next door to Tim and Janice where they were able to be close to their grandchildren. Services will be held on Friday, May 4, at 3:00 p.m. at the Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery on Riverside Parkway in Grand Junction, CO. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to HopeWest Hospice.

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