Frank A. Bator

December 10, 1926 - August 23, 2011
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Frank A. Bator 84 a Life long resident of Ludlow and a member of the Greatest Generation died peacefully August 23 in the care and comfort of his home, on his late wife Adele’s 82 birthday. Frank was a much loved father and devoted husband to his Childhood Sweetheart of 63 years, Adele (Dyl) Bator. He was the son of the late Katherine (Pierog) and Adam Bator. He was predeceased by his six older siblings. Frank was a true family man, he worked every day of his life to support his beautiful wife and children. He was well know and loved in his home Town of Ludlow, he always had a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye. Frank was loyal to his country and proudly served his country, serving in the Navy in World War II and as a Sergeant in the Army in the Korean War. Frank was proud of his veteran status,and always gave graciously to homeless or disabled veterans. Frank is survived by his loving children, Frank D. Bator Jr. and Toni Ann J. Bator.

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Funeral services Celebrating his life will be Friday August 26 at 10:30 AM from the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home 64 Sewall ST. Ludlow followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial in Christ the King Church at 11 AM. Rites of Committal with Military Honors will follow in Massachusetts Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery Agawam.

Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery
Main Street
Agawam, MA 1101

Christ the King Catholic Church
41 Warsaw Avenue
Ludlow, MA 1056


 

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Born: December 10, 1926
Died: August 23, 2011

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Krista Poulsen-Frandsen posted on 1/1/15

To the family of Al Kleinmeyer: I would like to extend my heartfelt sympathies at this difficult time. Whenever my husband (Michael) and I brought in a buck that he had shot during his past bow hunting seasons I am glad that we had the opportunity to meet and visit with your father. He was a talented, knowledgable man with such love for his family, and one of those pillars in our community. Your father will be sorely missed by all that knew him. I wish each of you peace and comfort. God Bless, Krista www.corncobsantas.com

 

MARK DELOZIER posted on 1/1/15

I wanted to express my deepest sympathy to all of the kleinmeyer family in this time of sadness.I have very fond memories of al from visiting us in minnesota on a antique search ,to some fond 4th of july parties that we enjoyed with their family.Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Beth Klein-Newton posted on 1/1/15

Dear all, I just want to say how sad I am about Mr. Kleinmeyer's passing. You all are in my thoughts. Please know that so many people were touched by your father. He was a wonderful man to all.

 

Bernie Fairchild Haydon posted on 1/1/15

I would like extend my sympathy to the Kleinmeyer family for the loss of Al. Take care. Bernie

 

Lois Hawkins posted on 1/1/15

I was probably Al's last customer. He was framing a poster for me the day before he went into the hospital. What is so remarkable is that he was worried if I would get it on time to deliver to a sick friend in the hospital. He asked Chris to follow up with me to make sure I knew that it was ready to go. That was just like Al - always friendly, and so caring about his customers and his business. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Jerry and JoAnn Hilgenberg posted on 1/1/15

We are sorry we are out of town and not there to share this time and grief with all of you. Al was one of the nicest and most pleasant people we have known. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Megan & Brian Chapman posted on 1/1/15

Celeste and Tim & the Kleinmeyer Family- Brian and I wanted you all to know that our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to you and your family. Al was a delightful man that raised a beautiful and caring family- that I adore! It goes without saying, I think the world of you both- and will do whatever it takes to assist you all through this extremely difficult time. Thinking of you all!

 

Joanie (Vaughan) Donovan posted on 1/1/15

Chris - I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. You are all in my thoughts and prayers! Joanie

 

Melanie Gibson posted on 1/1/15

My thoughts are with you all as well as a wish that with time the pain that you now carry will ease. With sincere empathy.

 

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