Frank Lloyd Eitemiller, 44, formerly of Pueblo, passed away on September 26, 2005, in Sun City West, AZ. Survived by his parents, Lloyd and Donna Eitemiller of Sun City West; sister, Susan Scott of Gypsum, Colo.; brother-in-law and special friend, Dave Scott; nephew, Blake Scott of Beaver Creek, Colo.; niece, Mariah Scott of Denver; uncle, Jerry (Arlene) Clemens of Sun City West; cousins, Jerry Jr. (Sheila) Clemens and their daughters, Megan, Rachel and Caragh of Scottsbluff, Neb., Mark (Beth) Clemens and their sons, Zackary and Andrew of Scottsbluff, Neb., Erin (Dr. Ryan) Farrar and their children, Bradley, Madison, Haley and Nicholas, all of Washington, and Deidra (Dr. Tom) Gunnell and their baby, Case, all of Georgia; uncle, Norman (Barbara) Eitemiller; cousin, Norma Lou, and her children, Morgan and Peyton, and cousin, Dr. Todd (Vicky) Eitemiller and their children, Brittany, Megan, Ashlyn and Shawn; uncle, Dale (Phyllis) Eitemiller; cousin, Jenifer (Ron) Sandoz and their children, Cody, Drew and Lexi, all of Alliance, Neb. and cousin, Joslin Eitemiller of Washington; and many special friends. Preceded in death by his grandparents, C.N. and Mary Clemens, Margaret Bonney, and Don and Audrey Eitemiller. Frank's family, love for music, guitar lessons, concern for children, and his varied church activities, were his joys in his life. He spoke to his sister, Susan, and her children, Blake and Mariah, on a daily basis, and was fiercely proud of their activities and accomplishments. He loved the Lord, his church life and friends in his Bible study class. Frank was our sweet, gentle giant of a man. He owned little because he gave his money to the church or to any program honoring children who were in need. Our lives were touched by his genuine love and concern for all of us, his sense of humor and his total faith in God. A memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 7, 2005, at Central Christian Church, 1902 Hudson Ave., with the Reverend Dr. David Chambers officiating. Following a reception in the church fellowship hall, inurnment in the Gazebo Columbarium at Mountain View Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Feed the Children or Hurricane Katrina Lost Children Relief, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colorado 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I was so sorry to hear of Frankie’s passing. I was a cheerleader at East and remember him fondly as a very friendly guy who everyone loved to cheer on during a wrestling match and football game. While I hadn’t seen him since graduation, it’s wonderful to know he led a faithful life and that there are blessed children who were recipients of his generosity. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  2. Mr. Eitemiller,

    I am very sorry to hear about your son. I remember you talking about him often, I know that God has a plan for him, he is now in a better place, and he is still your Gentle Giant watching over you.

    God Bless you and your Family

    Juanita McCulley

  3. Dear Donna and Lloyd. We were so sorry to read of Frank’s passing. Rob and Mike had gone to school with him since grade school. They thought so much of him. Please know you are in our thought and prayers. In sincere sympathy, Bob and Claudette Milisavljevich

  4. I am so deeply sorry . . . I’ve NEVER known anyone more devoted to children – so dedicated in total love and commitment than you Donna – and with your faithful husband by your side. So many children – so many circumstances. That’s why this makes it especially hard to realize that you lost your son. This is so tragic – but knowing your family – he’s among the angels to maybe watch over and do more than he could on earth.

    I’ll never forget either – how totally loyal you were to others when they had problems with children – how very caring.

    Please know that although I think I can understand the greater purpose – I wish I had your faith – your strength. I’m numb and my heart is aching for all of you.

    Love always and there’s just no words to express how deeply sorry I am that this happened.

  5. We wanted to express our sincere sympathy at this difficult time. We all remember Frank as a very kind fellow and Robin has especially fond memories of the time she spent with him and your niece bowling. Lovingly, Terry, Linda,Lindsey, and Robin Holzrichter

  6. Susan & Family – I just wanted to express my sympathy in your loss of Frankie. I know he grew up to be a wonderful man, but I still remember him as your little brother “hanging around” the girls when we were at your house for a slumber party. Susan, I also remember how sweet you always were to him.

    I hope your fond and timeless memories will help you through this difficult time.

    Best Wishes,
    Tanya (Watts) Musso

  7. We were so sorry to read about Frank’s passing. The few times we met him, we felt that he was such a very kind and loving person . We want you to know that many thoughts are with you and we offer you our deepest sympathy in the loss of Frank. May God grant you strength in this trying time. With Love,

  8. Dear Mr. and Mrs Eitemiller,
    I am so sorry to hear about your loss.My thought and prayer are with and your family.I am so sorry we could not attended the services. The boys J.J. and Samson have the foundest memory of Frank coming to your class at Franklin as they were remembering him. As I remember going to school with him at East. I hope to keep in touch with you. Take care and God Bless
    Always Susie, Paul, J.J. and Samson

  9. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have fond memories of Frank from youth group at church. I just thank God that Frank was a Christian and that we’ll all be reunited with him again in the future.

  10. Dear Donna and Lloyd, Our hearts go out to you at this time. We can not imagine your grief but know that we are thinking and praying for you.

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