Edward S. Frankian
Edward S. Frankian, 85, of Crestview Drive in Westerly and formerly of Warwick, died on Sunday evening, March 27, 2005 at the Westerly Health Center. Mr. Frankian was born on March 4, 1920 in Woonsocket, the son of the late Daniel and Agnes (Hagopian) Frankian. He was educated in the Woonsocket School System. During World War II, Edward served as a United States Army medic on the hospital ship Hope in the Pacific Theatre. He was principal in his family owned business, the former Henry A. Davis Garnetting Company and the Narragansett Terminal Complex in Pawtucket. Mr. Frankian is survived by his sister, Diana Beauchemin of North Smithfield and several nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Warren Frankian. The funeral and burial will be private.
|Army Serial Number||31183747|
|County & State of Residence||Providence County, Rhode Island|
|Place of Enlistment||Providence, RI|
|Date of Enlistment||10/27/42|
|Grade||PVT – Private|
|Source of Army Personnel||Civilian Life|
|Year of Birth||1920|
|Education||4 Years of High School|
|Civilian Occupation||Sales clerk|
|Marital Status||Single, without dependents|
|Component of the Army||Selectees (Enlisted men)|
|Film Reel Number||3.126|
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