Frank  Wasley
Frank Wasley, of Los Osos, Calif., formerly of Sharpsville, passed away on Sunday (Feb. 23, 2020).
He was born to Leonard and Winifred Wasley in Coraopolis, Pa., on May 13, 1931.
Frank was a 1949 graduate of Sharpsville High School. He joined the Navy shortly after graduation, serving most of his time in Trinidad.
After being discharged, he attended Youngstown State University before moving onto a career as an electronics technician with the FAA. He enjoyed working for the U.S. government, and had many exciting stories to share about the work he did.
Upon retirement, Frank enjoyed working alongside his companion, Lois, as a real estate agent in Northern California.
Frank loved all animals, especially cats, and he volunteered with Lois countless hours at various animal shelters throughout the years. He was also a caring man, and acted as caregiver to Lois' mother, in Springfield, Ohio.
Frank was an amateur artist who enjoyed painting, and spent time on chartered boats, fishing on the Pacific Ocean.
Frank was of the Catholic faith, and was a member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Los Osos.
Frank is survived by: his longtime companion, Lois Thompson, Los Osos; two sisters, Eileen (William) Phillips, Hubbard, and Loretta Wasley, Sharpsville; brother-in-law, John Ryan, Sharon; and sister-in-law, Barbara Wasley, Oklahoma. He also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.
Preceding Frank in death were: his mother and father; two sisters, Mary Gulentz and Antoinette Ryan; three brothers, Cpl. Leonard Wasley, Joseph Wasley and Martin Wasley; as well as infant twin sisters, and his wife, Virginia.
He will be buried at Riverside National Cemetery, with full military rites.
Published on February 26, 2020


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Clarence & Susan Romero
Mar 04, 2020
May we see you in the resurrection again. I will always remember the holidays we spent with you and Lois at my house. Camarillo St. was at its best when we were all there. Peace be with you and your loved ones.
Sharpsville High School Class of 1964
Feb 27, 2020
Loretta and Family: Our most heartfelt condolences to you all at the loss of your beloved brother, Frank. Though he may be gone from your midst, memories of him will remain in your hearts forever. May God guide you thru these difficult days.