Frank Gill Obituary, Death – The death of Frank Gill took place in Falls City when he was 85 years old. His parents, Edward and May (Van Allen) Gill, welcomed him into the world on May 14, 1937, and he was born in Weston, Missouri. They wed on June 22nd, 1958, in Falls City, and the ceremony took place there. Delores Schulenberg was his bride.
His formative years were spent in the White Cloud, Kansas area, where Frank currently resides. After working for Frontier Homes and Mickleberry Meats, he moved on to work at a variety of filling stations in the Falls City region until his health forced him to retire. His retirement was due to the fact that he was forced to stop working.
He is no longer working. He loved fishing almost as much as he loved spending time with his grandchildren. The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Paul, which can be found at the intersection of 20th and Towle Streets, was his place of worship. Frank is survived by his wife, Delores, of Falls City, sons Steve and his wife Kelly of Beatrice, NE, Ronald and his wife Suzanne of DeWitt, NE, Mark and Chris and his wife Heather both of Falls City.
Daughter Tammy Isaacs and her husband Tom of Falls City, twenty-five grandchildren, a large number of great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, and many great-great-grandchildren and great-great-great-grandchildren. Before he did, his parents, thirteen siblings, a son, Edward, and two grandchildren, Tony and Savannah Gill, all went away. He was the last of his family members to pass away.