S: Frank Family, 2010
FC: Our Family Through the Years
1: Having a place to go is a home, Having someone to love is a family. Lon & Joanne
2: Frances Woodmaster Frank | Lon with Mom & Dad | Fred and Frances Frank | Lon & Mom
3: Chicago and Northwestern Railroad | I've been working on the Railroad! | Astroworld | 50 Years!
4: The Woodmaster Family | Parents: Carl & Anna Children Left-Right: Woodrow, Frances, Eileen, Paul | Circa 1920s
5: Carl and Anna Woodmaster Michigan 1940s
6: Lon Frank | Born April 30, 1937
8: Moved to Texas
10: Howie, Lon, and Mom in Florida | Visiting Howard, Howie and Mom in Chicago
11: Lon and Dad | Lon, Steve, Derrick and Grandpa Frank | Thanks, Grandpa
12: The Salter Family | Rance Ray Salter | Josie Leach Salter | Woodrow & "Poog" Salter | Left-Right: Howard, P.R., Fred Center: Woodrow
13: Papa Salter holding Joanne, Woodrow, & Mama Salter | William Carlton "Poog" Salter Killed serving his country WWII
14: The Gellatly Famiily | Ruthie, Lois, Virginia "Duckie" | Lola Belle Greer Gellatly & Carl Jefferson Gellatly | Daddy Carl & Ma Belle
15: Lois Belle Gellatly Salter | Woodrow & Lois Salter | Joanne Belle Salter September 21, 1943 | Wed: February 6, 1942
16: Daddy, Mother, Joanne
18: Principal, Zwolle High School | Home Economics Teacher | Zwolle Tamale Fiesta King | Mr. ZHS | Fiesta First Lady
20: Lon and Joanne Frank | Wedding Bells | June 12, 1971
21: Home Sweet Home 218 Birchwood Spring, Texas | 1971 | 2010
23: Match! | Game - Set -
24: Stephen Paul Frank | 10/20/73 | Derrick Lee Frank 9/10/75 | Sons
25: Sweet | Baby | Boys
26: Over the river and through the woods to Grandma and Papaw's house we go!
27: Good Times in Zwolle!
28: Fun in New Braunfels, Texas
30: All Stars
32: Brothers... | So much alike yet unique in our own ways. | are always good friends.
33: Playing games, sharing fun.!
35: U.S. Air Force
37: Sales Executive
38: Wedding Bells | February 3, 2001
39: September 7, 2002 | Here Comes the Bride
41: Happy | Birthday
43: The memories we make follow the roads we take!
44: by Dr. Seuss | Oh , the places you will go... | by Dr. Seuss
46: Guadalupe Peak Highest Point in Texas | Elevation: 8,751 ft. Guadalupe Mountains
47: Santa Fe, New Mexico September 21, 2009
48: The strongest and sweetest songs are yet to be sung.