Frank Cornish
Date of birth: 24-09-1967
Date of death: 22-08-2008

All-American center Frank Cornish died August 22, 2008. He was a former Dallas Cowboy player helping the Cowboys win the 93' & 94' Superbowl. Rest ...

All-American center Frank Cornish died August 22, 2008. He was a former Dallas Cowboy player helping the Cowboys win the 93' & 94' Superbowl. Rest in peace big man!!

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  • 4 years, 10 months
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    Both Frank and I were student-athletes, so our schedules often coincided. I have the fondest memories of Frank like eating in the cafeteria together (man, he could eat!) and during the Spring all of us fall athletes would go to the diving pool and Frank always made the biggest splash with his cherry bombs! There are too many fun times to name. I am smiling at the memories yet writing through tear-filled eyes knowing that his life here was short, but I also know we will meet again in a better place. I was searching for Frank on FB when I discovered he had passed. I am shocked and immediately saddened. My prayers are with his family. Rest in Peace my friend.

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    You broke your promise, but I will love you always! Rest at last Beautiful Friend.
    Love, hugs and kisses forever and ever.
    KB

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    Frank was my financial expert a few years ago. He was very patient and kind, never once was he too busy with more important people to take my call to answer my flustered and I'm sure novice questions. It was always, "there are no stupid questions, B. J." He always made me feel that my little account was as precious to him as his largest account. He was as much a teacher as a friend. He was always willing to share his knowledge and his expertise, even writing several columns for me. He loved his family. Just talking about Robin and the children increased the wattage of his warm smile. I remember the anxiety he felt when Robin was having difficulty carrying with the twins. The only time I ever heard what appeared like worry in Frank's voice. I also remember the elation following the successful surgery. My deepest and heartfelt condolences on the loss of this wonderful man.

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    Frank always had a smile on his face, he made the room light up when he entered. Robin, you have that same quality. We will miss seeing Frank at the softball field each week. Robin, our heart and prayers go out to you, your children, and family. God Bles.

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  • 6 years
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    Frank was our son's basketball coach.He was kind and understanding while teaching the game to little boys. The main goal Frank had was for every boy to have a good time while playing. Frank was a big man with a bigger heart. Thank you , you will be missed greatly. Robin, you and your family will be in our prayers.

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    Frank you were my friend through Robin (over 20 years). Robin, Frank is at peace now. Frank you played your game and coached your game here on earth and now it is time for your to do the same in heaven.

    Robin my prayers are with you and your family.

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  • 6 years
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    You played for my favorite team, and you should take a bow, you were amazing. Rest in Peace!

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    A great man who all the time had a smile on his face. A man that was so proud of his family. A friend that will be missed. May you rest in the knowledge that you have many that will remember you and cherish your memory for years to come

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