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Posted by:Nov 29th 2004, 11:53:46 am
erniemy sincere sympathy to Prince Mather and family on the passing of his brother Franklin he surely will be missed by all of his friends and family here in New York.
Posted by:Nov 29th 2004, 11:53:39 am
Sue R.Our deepest condolences, dear Prince, to you and your family. We are truly saddened to hear of Frank's passing and will greatly miss him. He was always a kind, creative person and an ever-loyal friend. And he's gone far too soon. Our hearts go out to you in this time of sorrow.

Love Sue and Jesús
Posted by:Nov 28th 2004, 11:14:09 am
KimberlyThanks, Stevie, for posting the passage notes for Franklin, whose jampacked funeral services were held yesterday afternoon on Harbour Island.

Franklin was first and foremost an artist, an entrepreneur and Briland booster. His weekly column for the Nassau Tribune kept the rest of the country informed as to our local happenings.

Franklin passed away at the young age of 45, and is mourned by brothers Kingsley and Prince and many, many friends and relatives.

Posted by:Nov 28th 2004, 10:29:35 am
BrilandkidMy deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. Franklin Mather In your time of sorrow my God grant you the strength to bear this loss and take you in his arms comfort you and give you peace.
He was not only a close friend and classmate, but a talented and artistic man with a bright contagious smile who infected all who came in contacted with. A true Brilander with deep concerns for his home town. A loss for the community of Harbour Island. Franklin my friend you will be sorely missed by all. We will meet you again someday just outside the eastern Gate.

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