Frank Clancy

Died: Wed., Jul. 25, 2012


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Fri., Jul. 27, 2012
Location: St. Andrew Church

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Fri., Jul. 27, 2012
Location: St. Andrew Church

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Frank Clancy passed away peacefully July 25th, 2012 at the age of 91. Devoted husband of 57 years to Florence. Father of Kevin, Karen (Trotier), Brian, Maureen (Langkamp) and  Jim. Grandfather of Jimmy, Danny, Charlie Trotier, Rachel, Brandon Clancy, Tom Langkamp, and Grant and Kelly Clancy. Frank served proudly in WWII. After a career at American Airlines, the FBI and DuBois Chemicals, he and his wife retired to California. Frank will be remembered as a true gentleman, a hero to his family and friends, and for his unconditional love for Flo.  He was an example to all. Family will receive friends at St. Andrew Catholic Church, 1899 McCoy Rd. Columbus Ohio, 43220 at 10:00am Friday, July 27th. Mass will follow at 11:00. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a Catholic charity in his memory.

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Jack Treinen
   Posted Thu July 26, 2012
I considered Frank Clancy to be allow my true friends. I enjoyed working with Frank in are many years at Dubois Chemicals beginning in 1965 and continuing until my our retirements. My wife and Flo became friends when we visited them in California and consider them among our dearest friends. Frank will always remain in our thoughts as well as the many good times at the Memorial in Columbus.
Frank will be missed on many levels. and I am sure I will think of him every time I
sit down to watch a golf tournament.

Angelo Pennisi
   Posted Thu July 26, 2012
As an employee of Dubois Chemicals, East Rutherford, New Jersey, I had the great pleasure to know Frank and work with him over the years. He was truly a great person and was admired by all who knew him. His devotion to his wife Flo and family was unparalled. May his soul rest in peace.
Angelo Pennisi

Gayle Kubala Roser
   Posted Thu July 26, 2012
Frank will be truly missed by many. He was a wonderful man and friend. I enjoyed working for him at DuBois Chemicals and enjoyed our visits with he and Flo when we were in California. I consider Frank to be one of the most wonderful people I have had the honor of knowing and will also remember him.

Len & Pat Westenberg
   Posted Thu July 26, 2012
Heavens gain is our loss.
Pat and I along with Ray and Elaine Hamilton partied,and watched golf starting with the first Memorial. Those memories will long be remembered. Frank could laugh harder and smile quicker than any one else I knew. His caring of Flo all those many years during their retirement earned Frank the respect and admiration of all who knew him. Frank was a loyal and devoted member of the DuBois family, he always had a kind and caring word for all. Our prayers and thoughts are with his family.

Edwin R Loder
   Posted Thu July 26, 2012
It was my good fortune to work with Frank at Dubois for many years. He was the most honest and true person I ever knew.
His was the only golf score you could believe. His devotion to Flo was unparalleled. The wlorld was a better place with his charm and sparkling blue eyes.

Eileen Delaney
   Posted Thu July 26, 2012
I had the good fortune of working with Frank for many years at DuBois. He was a true gentleman and good businessman. He will be missed.

Jim McDowell
   Posted Fri July 27, 2012
JIM McDowell
Frank was a true friend and business confidant. He loved Golf and we were Colleagues for many years
To see Frank ( like the rest of us) miss a 2 foot Putt or sink a 20 foot Putt Was Classic. Frank and Flo visited Millie and I in Cincinnati and we visited them in California. Frank’s devotion to Flo all these years of her illness characterizes the Man There will never be another FRANK CLANCY.

Brian & Mary Clancy
   Posted Fri July 27, 2012
Dad, I'm so happy for you that you are able to meet our Lord in heaven. You left me with so much inspiration to live my life as you were such a role model. My kids, Brandon and Rachel, also received the benefit of your kindness, love and gentle nature. We will miss you immensely but your memories will live on. God's speed Dad. I love you!
Brian, Mary, Rachel, Brandon

Ross Righter
   Posted Sat July 28, 2012
To the Clancy family, I am deeply saddened with the news that your father has passed.. You are all in my prayers in this time of sorrow. Like many others my memory of your father relates to golf. He was a great influence when I was a very young. My dad, your dad, myself and Buzz R. would drive to the golf couse every weekend. when growing up across the street from you, you were like a second family to me. Take care, God bless and celebrate the incredible life of your father. Sincerely, Ross Righter

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