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FrankHromas Jr.

1926 -2021

Funeralservices that honor and pay tribute to his memory,  Enid His funeral service will be held on the 17th day of July 2021 at 2:00p.m. in the Chapel of Brown-CummingsFuneralHome with the PastorGaryMiller as officiant. Funeral services will take place at the cemetery of Waukomis. Military ceremonies will be conducted by soldiers from the USmilitary. The services are under the direction of Brown-CummingsFuneralHome.
Frank was born on the 19th May 1926 at the farm of his grandparents located in northern Waukomis, Oklahoma to Agnes Hromas and Frank and died of the same illness on the 10th day of July 2021 in Oklahoma. He was raised in Waukomis and has attended an elementary school for children in Waukomis. Then after graduating from his high school education in 1944 the young man enlisted in the United States Army. He participated in and was part of during the war to liberate his country, the Philippines. He was a member of the forces of occupation by Japan and was returned in Waukomis in Philippines at the age of 46 in 1946. He worked with his father in the west starting from Waukomis until 1949 and then He became engaged to his daughter Hennessy, LetaLouiseStaggs. They’re married for over 65years, before she passed away in 2014.
The 80acre farm located to the west of the Waukomis wasn’t enough to sustain his family. In 1952 the farm owner constructed the train from his tractor’s tools , took it to town and traded had HarryLandwehr in exchange for a brand new TV set along with a brand new Phonograph. Farm was transferred to town, and the farmer began work as an electrician , electrician and plumber at WaukomisHardware. After a few years, the man was employed in the field of conditioning flour at Pillsbury situated near Enid. The year was 1957 and he had started delivering the propane using Home Oil&Gas until the owners decided they should make him a Waukomis electrician as well as a HVAC and plumber expert. He became a member of Waukomis Hardware in 1969. Together with his brother-in-law, Ernest Maly, purchased Waukomis Hardware which they then continued to do plumbing and HVAC electrical, plumbing, and electrical work.
Through the 1960s, 1970s, and into the ’80s and beyond. Frank was been repeatedly elected during the 1960s and 1970s and also in the ’60s and ’70s as well as the WaukomisSchoolBoard. He was an officer and member of Chief of the WaukomisVolunteer FireDepartment. After closing WaukomisHardware, Frank became director of Waukomis Utilities. After retiring, he went back to farming and worked alongside his long-time buddy Glen Goodwin.
This deceased person was survived by brothers, FrankD. and his wife AnnabellHromas of Amarillo, Texas, RichardL. and his wife NancyHromas of Enid, and 7grandchildren(and spouses) and 6great-grandchildren. His children also include the sister of Marie Cox.
His death was preceeded by his wife Leta and his son David Lee, son David Lee as well as his brother Betty Snodgrass and brother Ted.
Memorials are available in her memory by her memorial fund through the Circle of LoveHospice or the WaukomisFireDepartment. The Brown-CummingsFuneralHome acting as custodian of the funds.
Special memories and condolences can be shared with family online at www.Brown-Cummings.Com.

This publication made available on the 13th of July, 2021.

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