R.I.P FRANK

R.I.P FRANKIE FRASER
1923 - 2014

I must sadly report the death of Frankie Fraser. He died today due to complications after a recent operation. My condolences to all his family.
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Paul Hawthorne: I met Frankie about 10 years  ago in the Blind Begger , even though he was in his later 70's he still fright the life out of me, and I was in my 30's then, but he was a very nice man who gave me his autograph.
RIP Frankie your a top man!!!!!!

A stalwart to the end, Frank, a true Gentleman and loyal inmate, fond memories from them bygone days in 'Strangeways', "NO SURRENDER"- - God Bless Ya,Frank,Deep Respect Always.      Sincerely, Mark Townsend (Bradford).
Farewell to a legend whose presence on the streets of London made it a safer place to be for the general public than what the police ever did. Batangas 4209 Philippines
' Can't believe it, God rest your old bones Frankie, it's all ok now.
How many people will talk about the good you did? ' Paddy´s Lass
Michael-De-Wynter: Frank was A good Friend to Me when I was A Young Man.Inspiring.Never Forgotten.
Andrew Graham: I am so sorry to hear the sad news of Franks passing. Please pass on my condolences and best wishes to his family and friends. I never knew him but did meet him a couple of times , at Ronnie and Charlies funerals, and he was a proper old fashioned gent. If possible could you let me know of arrangements for Franks funeral as and when you know. If you are not able to do this I do understand.
Pete Zoldexa: I am so sorry to hear the sad news of Franks passing. Please pass on my condolences and best wishes to his family and friends. I never knew him but did meet him a couple of times , at Ronnie and Charlies funerals, and he was a proper old fashioned gent. If possible could you let me know of arrangements for Franks funeral as and when you know. If you are not able to do this I do understand.
Our thoughts are with your family at this sad time.  I hope you meet up again with my father, who had the pleasure of meeting you thanks  to HMP. He spoke very highly of you and said what a gentleman you were.  I am glad to say me and my sons agree. Enjoy your next journey and stay mad. Respect Phil, Neil, and Kirk 
Enjoy your next journey and stay mad. Respect Phil, Neil, and Kirk 
Met frank few years ago with his two sons . Had a great time with them . Thinking of the family friends at this sad time . Respected and going to be missed by so many god bless mr fraser . Donna
I met Frank on one of the legendary tours of the London underworld, he was a most respectful man with great manners which are few and far between in today's society. During conversations with him over a glass In the Blind Beggar he gave me an insight from the other side of prison life and the authorities that behaved in far from what is seen as normal as they portray in modern day society. He was most interesting and I enjoyed the pleasure of meeting him. Frank was the same age as my grandmother who recently passed this year. Although they have gone they both had a good innings & will be sorely missed. Richie Harrison

What can I say other than “Rest in Peace Frank” To the memory of a great character, Heather Kelly

 
Im very sad to hear the news of frank, i often use to have a chat with frank in burgess park off the walworth rd. about 9 yrs ago. he use to walk his little dog in the park. i found him to be true gentleman, he liked to have a joke with yer as well.
sleep tight frankie ole boy, respected, keith kennedy.