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Frank Gutierrez

Frank Gutierrez

March 6, 1948 December 11, 2019

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Obituary for Frank E. "Iskie" Gutierrez

East Liverpool, Ohio- Frank E. Gutierrez, 71, of Henry Avenue passed away Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 11:08 a.m. at the Hospice House in Poland, Ohio following a lengthy illness.

Born March 6, 1948 at East Liverpool, he was a son of the late Epitacio and Mary Compos Gutierrez. He spent the last 22 years living in East Liverpool moving here from Midland, Pennsylvania. Frank retired from the former Crucible Steel Company in Midland in 1984 after 18 years of service. He then began working at the Beaver Valley Nuclear Plant retiring from there in 2017.

A member of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church at St. Aloysius Parish in East Liverpool, he entered the United States Army after high school and became a Green Beret fighting in the Viet Nam War.

He was a member of the Moose Lodge in East Liverpool, the American Legion in Wellsville, the Elks Lodge in Wellsville and the VFW in Wellsville.

Survivors include his wife, Beverly Patterson Gutierrez, whom he married July 8, 2000, at home.
There is one daughter, Erika Lynn Dawson of Freedom, Pennsylvania; one son, William Joseph Gutierrez of Ganby, Colorado; and one granddaughter, Lena K. Dawson of Freedom, Pennsylvania.

In addition he is survived by two sisters, Irma Krakar and her husband, Steve of Ohioville, Pennsylvania and Mary Ann Vallecorsa and her husband, Harry of Center Township, Pennsylvania; and two brothers, Anthony Gutierrez of Ore City, Texas and Louis Gregory Gutierrez and his wife, Karen of Chandler, Arizona; and many nieces and nephews and the rest of his extended family.

Besides his parents, he was also preceded in death by one brother, Joseph Gutierrez.

According to Frank’s wishes there will be no visitation or service.

Frank’s family wishes for contributions be made to Hospice of the Valley; 9803 Sharrot Road; Poland, Ohio 44514

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Fred & Vicky Sams

Prayers to the family in this time of loss
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John M. Phillips

Rest in peace pal. Iskie could make you laugh and I remember him telling jokes , I would start laughing before he was done because he was so animated. Condolences to your family Frank.
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Patricia Aiello

Frank :( This breaks my heart. He was such a sweet , kind, loving man who always treated My husband and I like gold. Many prayers to his family. We will definately miss you Frank!
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Shane kasunich

I worked with Frank for many years at Beaver valley power station. Frank was always joking around and was a very happy and positive person. He will truly be missed.
Comment | Posted at 06:23am via Condolence
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Paul Anthony

Frank and I had many conversations about his time in the military and he had a great sense of humor. He will missed by all.
Comment | Posted at 09:42pm via Condolence
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