Frank Johnstone Dana III

June 8, 1950 - April 8, 2020
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Frank Johnstone Dana III, 69, of Greenville, South Carolina, passed away on April 8th, 2020 at Rolling Green Village after a long battle with corticobasal syndrome. Frank was born on June 8th, 1950 to Frank Johnstone Dana, Jr. and Laura McCants Dana of Columbia, South Carolina. He graduated from Dreher High School in 1968, DavidsonContinue Reading

Brenda McG6 left a message on October 4, 2021:
Frank was a great man and wonderful friend. Always kind and considerate and there to help in anyway possible
Gail Osteen left a message on September 26, 2021:
I am so sorry to learn of Frank’s health struggle and his passing. As he was starting his private law practice he was one of my tenants in Executive Suites. He often spoke of his love for Susan. He was loved by all of our staff and a real pleasure to have with us. Prayers for all of your family. May he Rest In Peace.
Bill Spencer left a message on April 21, 2020:
Susan,  I was greatly saddened reading this news in a Davidson class note. I always thought Annie and I would get to see you and Frank again.  Frank was a fantastic roommate in college and our days hiking before going to school each year is still one of my fondest memories. Frank had so much energy that I never had to collect much of the firewood and he generally had hot water already prepared when I got up for another day of trucking after him. I really am at a loss for words.  I have often thought of you guys especially since I finally retired from the lab last summer.  I went back to school this winter to take some math classes that I had missed.  I knew Frank had taken them.  He almost always beat me at chess and I always hoped to get to a point that I could have won a tennis set from him.  I am sure he would have worn me down before getting a match.  I thought he would be here long after me.  I do send my condolence to you, Caroline, and the rest of the family..  To this day I wish I could have danced at your wedding. I can only offer my wish for a hug.
Ted Sauvain left a message on April 20, 2020:
Susan and Caroline, I too will really miss Frank.  He was such a gentleman and an outstanding lawyer.  Susan, your dedication to working with him in his last months was an inspiration to me.  i truly believe he's in a better place.
Tricia Brown left a message on April 19, 2020:
Susan: I just heard. I am sooo sorry to hear this. My thoughts are prayers are with you. My Mom will be sad to hear this. So sorry for your loss.
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Harold Waters left a message on April 14, 2020:
Susan and Caroline,  
I am so saddened to hear of Frank's passing.  He was a true gentleman.  I certainly enjoyed chatting with him at suppper club so many years ago.  You are in my prayers.  
Skip Spooner left a message on April 14, 2020:
Susan and Family,
It was with great sadness that I learned of Frank's passing.  I always enjoyed working with him on some of the complicated estate planning matters.  He was most knowledgeable and extremely helpful.  If there is anything I can do to help you or the family, please don't hesitate to let me know.  My sincere condolences and prayers.
Skip Spooner
Steve & Barbara Henry left a message on April 13, 2020:
Frank was a gentleman lawyer and never made a bad line call.  He was always glad to see you.  We will miss him. 
Jane Ford left a message on April 13, 2020:
Such a wonderful and precious man. Worked with him when I first came to Greenville and he helped many of our residents and families at The Gardens at Eastside. Then years later to get to know Susan and Frank in a more personal level and having the honor of helping in his care. Such a special couple and we are all blessed from knowing him. Susan and Caroline please know that we are lifting you both up in our prayers. God bless and much love
Deirdre W. Edmonds left a message on April 13, 2020:
To Frank's Family, I am so very sorry for your loss.  I knew Frank through the SC Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). He was a gentleman, soft spoken and kind.  He was always more than happy to share his vast knowledge of elder law with his fellow Chapter members.  May God give you peace and comfort and heal your hearts. 
Kitty Allen left a message on April 13, 2020:
Susan and Caroline, I am very sorry for your loss.  It has probably been a long good-bye.  I would imagine you are thankful he is not suffering anymore.  He was a great friend to all.  I remember him well at Christ Church;  and during growing up with my daughter Mary Kathryn Allen.  We will be thinking of you and praying for your peace of mind at this time of sadness. 
Lesley Uast left a message on April 12, 2020:
Dear Susan and Caroline,
Please know you are in my heart as you grieve and yet celebrate the life of your husband and your dad.  It must have been a long journey for you to travail Frank’s decline.  He was a gentle and caring person and I will always remember his kindness.  I hope you can embrace the peace he now has.  Take good care.  Fondly, Lesley Quast
Bonnie and Frank Gossett left a message on April 11, 2020:
Susan and Caroline : I am so sorry for your loss.  Frank is flying with the angels now and will have such a glorious Easter.
Karen Hallier Perkins left a message on April 11, 2020:
Susan and Caroline I’m so sorry. Frank was one of the best men I knew. Kind, funny and generous, he will be missed.

Karen and David Perkins
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