Frank Anthony Fabian
July 27, 1939 ~ September 24, 2009
Frank Anthony Fabian, 70, of Weirton, passed away Thursday, September 24, 2009 at the Acuity Specialty Hospital in Steubenville, OH. Born July 27, 1939 in Smith Township, PA, he was the son of the late Mike and Katy Fabian. Frank was also preceded in death by his wife, Linda L. Fabian on July 10, 2000; and brothers, Michael, Stephen, and Thomas Fabian.
After proudly serving his country in the United States Marine Corps, Frank returned to Weirton where he worked as a welder at Weirton Steel until his retirement. He enjoyed traveling, Keno, and spending time with his dog, Chewy.
Frank's survivors include his two daughters, Rosalie Kay Fabian of Clearwater, FL and Patricia Lynn Fabian Hunt of CA; two brothers, Joseph Fabian and William Fabian; and three sisters, Frances Fabian, Pauline Gatrell, and Mary Golobic.
In accordance with Frank's wishes, there will be no visitation. Entombment will be at the convenience of the family at St. Paul Cemetery, Weirton.
Dad, you will be greatly missed and loved forever. Rest in peace with the Lord.
Donations in memory of Frank can be made to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, Attention: Charitable Accounting, One Kroc Drive, Oak Brook, IL 60523, or online at ww.rmhc.org.
I will always remember the way Uncle Frank could always make people around him smile and laugh. I will always appreciate and treasure his unique way of showing how he cared for those he loved and the special relationship he and my dad, Bill Fabian, shared throughout the years. Uncle Frank and my dad were not only brothers, but friends and co-workers. We will all miss his bright smile, his blunt openess, humor and his kindness. Rest in peace Uncle Frank, I love you. Your niece, Chris Fabian Hatley
I will miss Frank he was a great man and always made people laugh and smile. My condolences to the Fabian family. Melissa Glasure (Natilee)
I will always remember the fun and talks I had with Frank. He will be sadly missed. May the family find comfort in knowing that their dad was a much loved person. He is now at peace. With deepest sympathy
Dear Kay & Patty: You have my deepest sympathy. Your dad is now in heaven with no more pain or suffering. Take care and the best to both of you. Love Shelly
Patty & Family, I remember the times when we were growing up together. The many times I spent playing at your house and your dad’s black doberman. Those were good memories growing up. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family. May God be with you during this grieving process and always. Take Care and God Bless!
I just heard of Frank’s passing. I am at a loss for words. Frank was so kind and giving. He always had a special way of making people laugh. Although we lost touch over the years, I will never forget both Frank and Linda or their friendship.