Frank G. "Frina" Golob

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September 20, 1929 ~ February 5, 2023

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

With Sadness Drew, Nicki, Drue, Brogan, Danny, Lisa, Will, and Frank announce the passing of their father and grandfather, Frank G. (Frina) Golob.

Frina was born September 20, 1929, to Anton and Mary Golob, the youngest of seven children. He was a son, brother, athlete, soldier, steelworker, husband, father, grandfather and mentor. Preceded in death by his wife, Mimi and daughter, Lisa; parents and siblings, Anthony (Dugan) and Ida, Mary, Albert (Ben) and Molly, John (Bananas) and Betty, Joe (Butch); and in-laws, Walter and Josephine Rohe, Jerry Rohe and Delores (Ken) Whistler and James (Shammy) Zupancic. Survived by sister, Angela Zupancic; sister-in-law, Venita Rohe; and many nieces and nephews.

Family and Friends are invited to St. Joseph Hall in the Grove (917 East B Street) to share memories of Frina on Saturday, February 11, 2023, from 12:00 P.M. (noon) to 3:00 P.M.  Online condolences,

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  1. Frankie, I’m so sorry for the loss of your dad! 😢 I pray you and your family to find peace through Jesus Christ! 🍻

  2. My heartfelt sympathy to the Golob family
    I have known your dad pretty much my entire life. I will miss knowing he is on Alma growing his beautiful flowers
    As a kid, I loved spending the night at your house because the next morning your dad would fix his famous skinny pancakes. They were so good.
    He was always doing what he could to help others and would brighten days by sharing his Dahlias
    Mr Golob will be missed
    With love and sympathy

  3. Dear Danny and family,
    My sincere condolences for your loss. I’ll always remember Frina and Mimi as the lovely, caring couple they were. Frina was always busy, it seemed, whether it was golfing (one of Pueblo’s best), gardening, craft projects, etc. I teased him about being the Dahlia King of Pueblo, but he said “Nah, I’m just a Prince”. He gave me a pinecone Christmas wreath many years ago, the ones he made with the stem end on the outside. I hung it in the barber shop every Christmas for years. Now I hang it in my home. It still looks great. May he rest in peace after having lived a good life. God bless you all.

  4. We’re so sorry for the Golob Clan’s loss. Frina was a good man, pure and simple. We pray for comfort and joy in remembering his legacy. God Bless you all. 🙏

  5. I remember Lisa Golob’s dad from our grade school days. Glad that he had a long life. Rest in Peace, Mr. Golob, & my condolences to his surviving family.
    Candice Haaga (was Candy Fogel in grade school!)
    Rockville, Maryland

  6. Frank was the most wonderful neighbor. His beautiful garden will deeply be missed. Prayers for all the family.

  7. Andrew & Family – I’m gonna miss Frina giving me a hard time, the beautiful flowers, him cracking everyone up and he and Ron telling old stories. Good bless you all, your dad was a gem!

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