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Notes for Leonard George FRAME

Leonard George Frame of Eagle Leonard George Frame, 83, of Eagle, a true warrior, passed away peacefully on May 1, 2014 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Eagle on Nov. 21, 1930 to the late Leroy and Lena Scheib Frame. He graduated from West Chester High School in 1948 and later earned special recognition in his Dale Carnegie program. He is survived by his angel wife, Alice (nee Stanley), with whom he celebrated 57 years of marriage. They had a special love that truly gave meaning to "for better, for worse and in sickness and in health". They were admired by many as a couple always laughing and enjoying life, known affectionately as "dancing partners and drinking buddies". He also leaves behind a son, David, daughter-in-law, Connie; a daughter, Marianne, son-in-law, Greg Cook; grandchildren, David Leonard Frame Jr., Leigh Ann Peterson, Gregory Cook, Jr. and Lauren Cook and a great- grandson, David Leonard Frame, III. He was an avid gardener and enjoyed fishing with his son and grandchildren. Most of all, he loved spending time with his family and took great pride in all of their accomplishments. He was predeceased by his brothers, Bob, Lew, Frank and Carroll and his sisters, Peg, Dot, and Florence. He is also survived by his three sisters, Lera Frame, Lena Jenkins and Betty Jane Borland and many loving sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and many adoring nieces and nephews. He owned and operated Eagle Machinery Company in Eagle for 42 years. He was respected for his knowledge, honesty and love of his Wheel Horse (now Toro) tractors and his snow removal equipment and snowmobiles. He was a 60 year member of the Mt. Pickering Lodge. He was a lifetime member of Ludwig's Corner Fire Company. He was an Upper Uwchlan township supervisor and held the position of chairman. He was president of the Downingtown Chamber of Commerce during the 1974-1975 term. He volunteered as a baseball coach in the Eagle league in the 70's. Known as "Curly" as a child and Lenny to his friends, he had a true love of life. He will be best remembered for how much he loved his family and his warrior spirit. He handled every challenge with grace, dignity, kindness and a sense of humor. The family gives special thanks to the nurses and staff at Chester County Hospital and Neighborhood Visiting and Hospice teams for all of their care and compassion especially in these last 9 months.

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