Frank T. Flood passed away peacefully on June 9, 2014 in Jacksonville, Flori-da having been preceded in death by his beloved wife Lois Flood in April 2013. Frank was born in Warren on July 4, 1920, the only son of Frank and Laura Flood, and lived most of his life in Warren, having graduated from Warren High School in 1938. Frank was employed by Bell Telephone Co of PA for 42 years as a lineman, splicer, foreman, and en-gineer prior to his retire-ment in 1982. He served with the US Navy during World War II in the con-struction battalion (Seabees) building com-munications facilities in the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippine Islands. Frank was active in many local organizations includ-ing the Bell Telephone Pioneers (past president), Boy Scouts, Industrial Management Association (past president), Warren Masonic Lodge, Rotary International (past president), and was an ac-tive member of Grace Unit-ed Methodist Church where he served as an Usher and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Following re-tirement in 1982, Frank and his wife Lois wintered in DeLeon Springs, Florida where he became an avid bowler and golfer. They moved permanently to Jacksonville in 2005.
Frank was a devoted husband and father and is survived by his children, Thomas Flood (Patricia) of Springfield, VA., Carol Stevens (Bruce) of Jackson-ville, FL., Debra Truman (Thomas) of Clearfield, PA., five grandchildren; Corinne Stevens of Wash-ington, DC, Kara Hamilton of Toronto, ON, Kellie Swales of Clearfield, PA, Christine Davis of Colum-bia, MD, Steven Flood of Springfield, VA and four great grandchildren. Frank was preceded in death by his parents and four sisters; Ethel Newton, Laura Stock-dill, Jane Klenck and Frances Snyder. Memorial Services will be held at Grace United Methodist Church, 501 Pennsylvania Avenue, East in Warren, PA at 2:00 p.m., June 21st with visitation prior to the ser-vice at 12:30 p.m.
A reception for family and friends will be held im-mediately following the service at Conewango Club, 201 Market Street, Warren, PA. Interment will be held privately at Warren County Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Grace United Methodist Church.