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Francis "Frank" Pratt Obituary


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“My memories of Frank are good! My regret is in not staying in touch. I had hopes that facebook would bring us togather again. Please acccept my...Read More »
1 of 27 | Posted by: Dean Kreinbihl - OH

“I knew Frank from my many years as a dart player. He brought gamesmanship to our selected sport. I personally never heard him say anything bad about...Read More »
2 of 27 | Posted by: Chris Idoine - Brunswick, OH

“I can't even begin to list everything that Frank shared & passed on to everyone who crossed his path in the Darting Community over the years. "Great"...Read More »
3 of 27 | Posted by: Mike Fumic - Avon, OH

“To you and your loving family: Frank is going to be greatly missed. He was a great friend and a great role model. He impacted my life so much... He...Read More »
4 of 27 | Posted by: Megan Popke - Huron , OH

“To Marty and family our Deepest Sympathy. May you find comfort in the memories you have made over the years. Frank was a true friend and a...Read More »
5 of 27 | Posted by: Julie Fudale and Barry Sinnett - OH

“So sorry for your Loss, You are in our thoughts and Prayers ”
6 of 27 | Posted by: The Downing Martha Jackie Pam and Casey, Blake - OH

“To The Pratt Family, My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Pratt Family. Frank was a great friend and helped a lot of people begin their...Read More »
7 of 27 | Posted by: James J. London - Parma, OH

“Always enjoyed talking with Frank when he came in County Pride. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. ”
8 of 27 | Posted by: Kurt Hansen - Berlin Hts. - Milan, OH

“Frank, Seeing your smiling face at Anglo always made my day. Always the teacher, you taught others to love and learn to play the game of darts and...Read More »
9 of 27 | Posted by: Jimmy Campbell - cleveland, OH

“A wonderful man and great person, priveledged to have known him. Will miss him along with so many people who were fortunate enough to have him pass...Read More »
10 of 27 | Posted by: Susan Medina - berlin heights, OH

“Oh, Frank, how I will miss your gentle spirit. When I see you in Heaven, I am going to give you such a big hug. I love you and Marty for always! ”
11 of 27 | Posted by: Stephi Cantley - Milan, OH

“I never had the honor of meeting Frank but he will certainly be missed. RIP ”
12 of 27 | Posted by: Lawrence Gallagher - Dartmouth, MA

“Our deepest sympathies and prayer's go out to you Marty, and your family. Frank will be missed very much in the Dart Worid. He was the First one who...Read More »
13 of 27 | Posted by: Edward "FuzzMaster" & Linda Foland - OH

“I met Frank at a Cleveland dart tournament. He was a really funny and extremely nice man. I always looked forward to talking to him and hearing a new...Read More »
14 of 27 | Posted by: L. Jordan - Pittsburgh, PA

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family during these difficult times. We will surely remember the good times that Frank brought to the...Read More »
15 of 27 | Posted by: Karen & Dave Garmon - Berea, OH

“My grandpa was a very loving & caring person he will greatly be missed by all family & friends we love you papa ♥ your grandaughter Taryn ”
16 of 27 | Posted by: Taryn Pickens - lorain , OH

“Sorry to hear about Frank. I will greatly miss the conversations we had in the past months while getting his book back in print. He was such a...Read More »
17 of 27 | Posted by: Terry Maness - Kansas City, KS

“i remember playing against frank in dart tournaments. he was always o gentleman. ”
18 of 27 | Posted by: tina petrey

“MARTY AND FAMILY, MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES ON YOUR LOSS. FRANK WAS A LARGER THAN LIFE PERSON IN MY LIFE GROWING UP IN THE GAME OF DARTS. HE WAS ALWAYS...Read More »
19 of 27 | Posted by: KAREN KUS - MEDINA, OH

“Frank was a great man..always there with advice and helpful hints to help us with our great sport of darts...learned more from Frank in 10 minutes...Read More »
20 of 27 | Posted by: gerald hessler - charlotte, NC

“You will be missed, Coffee Claus. I am blessed to have known you and I saw what a devoted husband and grandfather you were. Words can't express the...Read More »
21 of 27 | Posted by: Jackie Conrad

“I could always count on Frank to give me dart advice and help whenever needed. I remember when I was pregnant with my youngest son and we would go to...Read More »
22 of 27 | Posted by: Traci Weeda-Clancy - OH - friend

“OH YOU WILL BE MISSED FRANK!! YOU WERE A GREAT MIXED DOUBLES PARTNER AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR GREAT BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE ON THE SPORT OF DARTS R...Read More »
23 of 27 | Posted by: LIBBY STAUB

“You will be missed by many! The entire Darting Community will always remember you Frank! You inspired many. You were a kind and gentle man! ”
24 of 27 | Posted by: Sharon Butler - Fairborn, OH

“Rest In Peace Frank, you will truly be missed. Your friends in Dayton, Ohio ”
25 of 27 | Posted by: The Nicoll Family - Dayton, OH

“This is sad news to the dart community, especially in the Cleveland Area. Frank was a mentor to many of us back in the 80's and 90's. ALWAYS took the...Read More »
26 of 27 | Posted by: Brian Kaczmarski

“I have known Papa for 7 years. He is like a grandfather to me. I love him dearly and I will never forget him. He is forever in my heart. ”
27 of 27 | Posted by: Kayla Hanson - Milan , OH


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Francis "Frank" Pratt, age 68, of Berlin Heights, died on January 28, 2013 at Firelands Regional Medical Center in Sandusky. He was born on September 13, 1944 in Ashland, PA and has lived in Berlin Heights for over 35 years. He was a graduate of Rio Grande College with a degree in Secondary Education. He had worked as teacher for several years and was also an insurance agent for New York Life. He devoted his retirement years to taking care of his grandchildren and enjoyed attending Edison High School band events. Frank was an avid English Style Dart player. He traveled extensively competing in tournaments and even authored a book on the subject. He was an active Mason, serving as Worshipful Master and Lodge Education Officer of the Marks Lodge in Huron, a plural member of the Gibson Lodge in Wakeman, and a 32nd degree Mason.
He is survived by his wife of 44 years Marsha "Marty" (Klaiber), a daughter Amy Pratt, of Lorain, three grandchildren, Tatiana Pickens, of Berlin Heights, Taryn Pickens, and Todja Stokes, both of Lorain, a sister-in-law Shirley Pratt, of Louisville, KY, and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents Wilis W. and Helen M. (Goyne) Pratt, and a brother Willis G. Pratt.
Friends may call on Friday February 1, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Morman-Hinman-Tanner Funeral Home, 38 South Street, Berlin Heights. At 7:00 pm the Marks Lodge and Gibson Lodge will conduct Masonic Services followed by services by his brother-in-law, Pastor Larry Klaiber.
Online condolences may be left at mormanfuneralhome.com
Memorial contributions may be made to the Edison Music Department, in care of Denise Reilly, Director, PO Box 2603 Milan, Ohio 44846