Doris “Dee” Louise Frank
Born 11/25/1951
Died 12/31/2021

Dee was born on November 25,1951 in Pittsburgh, PA and passed away in her home in Indian Hills, CO on December, 31 2021 at the age of 70. Dee and her husband Carl were married in 1971 and moved to Colorado in 1978. Dee immediately fell in love with the state, her home in the mountains, and the western outdoor life. She was an avid reader and enjoyed her garden and all types of plants as well as camping and hiking with her husband, son, and her dogs. She is survived by her loving husband Carl, her son Josh (Rachael), and grandson Ethan.

She will be missed tremendously by her family and friends.

A celebration of life will be held on April 9th, 2022 at Indian Hills Community Center – 5381 Parmalee Gulch Rd, Indian Hills, CO
Immediately following the celebration will be a reception at Old Chicago in Lakewood.
Please RSVP to josh76@gmail.com if you will be honoring us with your attendance to celebrate Dee’s life and for additional details.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Foothills Animal Shelter in Golden CO or any animal shelter in your area.

7 thoughts on “Doris “Dee” Louise Frank”

  1. Carl, I can’t imagine any words will ease the pain and loss but just know that Dee is remembered as a good person with a great laugh. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  2. Carl, you and Dee were some of the very first neighbors we met when we moved to Indian Hills! I have fond memories of visiting with both of you (and Randy and Betty) on the porch! Her smile and waving to her as she sat on the deck will be greatly missed! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and we are just across the street if you need anything!

  3. Carl,
    I was so saddened by the news of Dee’s passing. I saw Lenny & Linda this past Wednesday night ( at a saloon, of course) and they broke this sad news. I can never find the right words to say at moments like this, especially given the wonderful lady she was and what she meant to those that loved her. I will always treasure the good times together before your Western migration. What a hoot!

    I consider myself lucky to have known her. My thoughts will be with you & Josh at tomorrow’s Celebration of Life. Tip one for me in her honor.

    Take Care, Love ya,
    Mickey

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