Frank A. Shiflar

August 16, 2021 - November 19, 2021
Frank A. Shiflar

In Loving Memory

Dear Helen: Jonette and I just learned of Frank's passing. We were sad for ourselves but at the same time, so glad for you, that you finally dumped all of your attorney friends years ago to spend more time with the higher class Frank, even though I was one of the dumpees. I am never short of stories involving you, my father, Prince Yeates, your family's hotel in Helper and a host of other subjects. You have a wonderful family, including even the Bad Seed, and I I know they will rally around you. Frank will be missed...Geoffrey and Jonette Mangum

Geoffrey Mangum
salt lake, UT

Dear Helen and family, My sincere condolences. I am so sorry to hear of Frank's passing.  May your memories become brighter in the days to come.  I appreciate your friendship.

DeeAnn Keller
murray, UT

Dear Helen, I stumbled on Frank's obituary and felt I needed to extend my sympathies and condolences to you and your family for your loss. Although I mostly knew Frank through our conversations over many years, your marriage of 56 years speaks volumes of the kind of man he was. I hope you find peace knowing his sufffering has ended. Your friend, John


John Bradley
holladay, UT

Dear Helen I’m so sorry to learn of your loss.Frank was always so friendly to me.God bless you and your family.sincerely yours Dean


Dean Higby
farmington, UT

Uncle Frank you always made us laugh and brought joy to us all with your stories.  I'll never forget all the stories mom use to tell us when we were kids. She loved you so much her eyes and face lit up with joy every time she got to see you or talk to you. I know all your brothers and sisters are so happy to see you now. And you are all healthy and happy to be back together.  I love you and miss you very much. I love you to Aunt Helen, Nikki and Jon and I'm so sorry for your loss. Love Karen

Karen McGarey

Dear Beba, Jon and Nicole,

I do not profess to know what happens to us once we take our last breath. I will choose to believe that Uncle Frank is in a better place where he can breath without a struggle and pain. Riding his Harley or tinkering on another TBird. No doubt he found my dad and they are sharing a beer and laughing. I can't remember a time without Uncle Frankie in my life and that is a comforting thing for me. The last thing I remember him telling me was "you are not such a Bad Seed after all". He taught me so much about undying love these last few months. 
      Much love and admiration to each of you. Helen aka The Bad Seed. Godspeed 

Helen Bero-Van Wagoner
salt lake city, UT

Oh Frank, we read your life story with many tears and with big smiles. Thank you for being you and being part of our large family - we are all better for knowing you. We will miss you and look forward to seeing you once again on the other side. Our sincere sympathies and love to you Beba, Jon and Nikki.  Your Frank can breathe once again and is at wonderful is that.  
We love you so much,

Judy, Darryl and Jason. 

Judy Zaccaria
kirkland, WA