In Memoriam

Francis McNaughton

Francis McNaughton

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02/28/13 08:21 PM #1    

Keith Gilligan

rest in peace my friend. thinking of you often.

06/19/13 06:23 PM #2    

Jill Tracy (Weidman)

I remember Frank as always being quiet.  I didn't know him well but I hope that he is at peace. 

06/20/13 03:32 PM #3    

Frank Palmer

One time after high school, I gave Francis a ride as he was hitch-hiking on Glen Street.  He was in the military at the time and we talked about that.  I have immense respect and gratitude for his service to our Country.

06/20/13 08:59 PM #4    

Keith Gilligan

we didn't get along at all in high school but ran into each other after high school and became great friends. it was a tough loss 

06/22/13 07:45 PM #5    

Mary Robillard (Alheim)

I rememeber seeing Frank while I was camping at Moreau Lake with my children. He was living there with his daughter. They came over to our campsite and visited . His daughter wanted to take a bath so I brought her to my house so she could get cleaned up. My heart went out to them at the time because I knew he did not have a home to go to. He did eventually find a place and when I heard about his death I thought it was a terrible tragedy. I hope he has found peace.


07/02/13 01:07 AM #6    

David Calhoun

I remember Francis very well in high school. I was living back in Queensbury in 2004 when he was killed in that horrible accident at the paper mill. It use to be Crown Z but can not remember the ownership name at the time in the Spring of 2004.

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