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Frank Paul Torres, Age: 78
Jan 25, 1944 - Jun 20, 2022

Frank Paul Torres, 78, born January 25, 1944, in Elkton, Michigan, went to be with the Lord on June 20, 2022.  Preceded in his death were his parents, Peter and wife Inez (Robles); siblings, Louis (Debra) of Tennessee, John (Sandra), and William (Taryn) of Lapeer, Michigan.  He is survived by his beloved wife, Sharon, sons, Frank Geoffrey of Weston, Missouri, Ross Coker (Nancy) of Olathe, KS and daughter Kelly of Oregon; grandson Jared and granddaughters, Enya, Karla & Leah, along with his siblings Peter (Joan Ames); Inez (Marcel) Davis of Illinois, Mary Gaffney of Lapeer, Michigan, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Frank, a US Army veteran served from 1965-1966 and in 1967 volunteered to serve in the Vietnam war. He attended Officer Candidate School (OCS) and rose to the rank of 1st Lieutenant. In later years, Frank worked as an instructor at Fort Harrison, Indiana and in 1983, moved to Weston, MO where he was employed at Fort Leavenworth, KS for USAFMSA, as a Senior and Supervisory Military Analyst until he retired in 2006.

In his prime, Frank enjoyed fishing and coaching softball and baseball in Little League activities, as well as coaching men’s baseball games at the Rod & Gun Club at Fort Harrison, Indiana. He was also known for his quick sense of humor and enjoyed cracking jokes on family, friends and acquaintances alike. He will be greatly missed by his family.

Frank was a member of the Christian Assembly Church in Weston until his passing. A cremation memorial service will be held soon at the Christian Assembly Church in Weston, MO with Pastor Tommy Weaver officiating.

Additional Service:
Services at Later Date


Sophia Somi Jun 23 ,2022

Ross's co-worker ,Lee's Summit ,Missouri

Hi, I am very sorry for your loss. Looking at his picture, I smiled because I pictured him cracking jokes. I am sure he will be missed by his family, grandkids, and his friends. I pray for comfort, peace, and God's loving hand to touch all his family and friends and bless them all, indeed. Sophia.

INEZ P DAVIS Jun 24 ,2022

sister ,Hodgkins ,Illinois

My brother Frank was brilliant, quick, confident, handsome, intense, and he was a terrible tease! He loved to laugh and he knew how to make others laugh until it hurt. He loved his music and he was a great dancer. I understood him. I loved him. May he rest in the peace of God, triumphant over all through grace! My sincerest condolences to his wife and children, and to all who mourn his passing. Until we all meet again!