Obituaries

Frank E. Jarnot

April 14, 1938 - January 3, 2018

FRANK E. JARNOT     (Buffalo Fire Department emblem)

Age 79, died January 3, 2018. Beloved husband of the late Agnes (Sonberg) Jarnot; devoted father of Frank J. (Lynne) Jarnot, James E. (Deborah) Jarnot; brother of Richard and Dorothy (Bowe); grandfather of Melissa, Nicole and Rianna. There will be no visitation. Private services by Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, Warsaw.

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Jan 14.18 from Brian Hill:
Jim and family, sorry to hear about your loss

Jan 13.18 from Janet Perdock:
Jim and family, so sorry to hear of your father's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. He will always be with you, it may be the song of a bird or a special cloud, but know that is your dad watching over you!

Jan 9.18 from tbe breidenstein family:
we are sorry to hear that frank has passed we haven't seen him in a few years. he often spoke of his late wife agnes and we are sure they are together now we send our sympathy to your family

Jan 8.18 from Michele:
Sorry to hear of Frank's passing. I have good memories of seeing him on his motorcycle,20's man, always smiling, just an all around sweet guy. My sympathy goes out to the family.

Jan 7.18 from Ken Franklin Family-Buffalo Fire Dept:
Condolences to Frank,James,Richard and all of your families. We have many fond memories of your Dad and brother at the Franklin cabin summer parties for the Fire Department. My dad Ken worked with Frank and enjoyed their friendship - Frank was a very good man and we know he will be sorely missed

Jan 6.18 from Frank E Farnk Jarnot:
RobinsonandhackermerFuneral Home
Dan and AshleyBotzko:
We give our condolances for FrankE.Jarnot
and family of Agnas Sonberg

Frank E Jarnot was a good man with a great heart and spirit.
We love you Frank rest in peace
Please feel free to call me at 716 342-2448 or 335-3739

Sincerely,
Our deapest love
Dan and Ashley Botzko

Jan 5.18 from Vereen Freeman:
We will miss Frank so much! He was family to us, and so special to me because he was my "Frankie." We spent alot of time with him and had alot of laughs. He was definitely one of a kind! Our deepest condolences to his family. May his spirit fly high and free and be with his beloved wife.