Francis Charls Fisk

January 23, 1923 - February 03, 2015

Francis Charls Fisk

January 23, 1923 - February 03, 2015


Francis “Frank” Charls Fisk, age 92, was born on January 23, 1923 in Kansas City, Missouri and passed away February 3, 2015 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He grew up in Phillips and Smith counties in Kansas. Frank graduated from Kirwin High School. During World War II Frank served as an aircraft mechanic and a flight engineer in the Army Air Force, China-Burma-India Theater (CBI). He returned home in 1945, then moved to Tulsa in 1946, marrying his high school friend and sweetheart on Christmas Day in 1947. Then he completed his aeronautical training at Spartan College of Aeronautics. Frank was employed by American Airlines in Tulsa as a crew chief and retired after 36 years of service. He was passionate about his numerous interests and was active in many organizations. Frank was devoted to his family and was considered a great man by all who knew him. Frank is survived by his wife of 67 years, Alberta; two daughters: Francine J. Fisk and husband Scott McClung; Teresa Thorp; treasured grandchildren: Zachary and Andrew Thorp, Miranda McClung. In lieu of flowers the family asks donations be made to the charity of your choice. Private family services will be held in Kansas at a later date.

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4 responses to Francis Charls Fisk

  1. Jeff Silcox says:

    Francine and family- I am deeply sorry for your loss. Keep the good memories dear to you.

  2. Teresa, I'm so sorry to read of your father's death, but I know you're grateful for his long life and your parents' many years of marriage. I hope you and your boys (now men!) are doing well. Mary

  3. You have our deepest sympathies. We will miss Frank. He was a great man and neighbor.

  4. Byron Renner says:

    I am sad I took so long to try and re-connect with Frank, who first contacted me in 1998 as distant cousins and wanted to get his story out on our side of the family. I wish I had sooner, as DNA would have self-validated him. He provided me valuable info on our family history that helped in my research to expand our tree and I hope to honor him in carrying it on. Rest well Cousin!?

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