Condolences for Frank Scenna

Fred Martin posted on 5/27/20

I was shocked and saddened to learn of Frank’s passing. I found out just yesterday. I’ll miss him; always a smile and a friendly hello when I arrived at his shop. My heartfelt condolences to Sally and family. God Bless You

 

Tom Flynn posted on 3/25/20

Frank was my barber for 50 years. In those decades a lot passed, births, deaths, illness. Frank shared them all. As has been said, he was one of the kindest, most thoughtful men I have known. Additionally, he had a great sense of humor; no matter how grim the starting point was, we always wound up laughing. Professionally, his work was the best. I tend to procrastinate on haircuts and always went in looking shaggy. But, invariably, when I got home, my wife told me I looked good. She is not loose with her compliments. While I was fortunate to have known Frank for 50 years I will miss him. My condolences to his family who have suffered a greater loss.

 

Patrick Wood posted on 3/23/20

Sally, I am so sorry. I have been praying for you and your family in an ongoing active way. Wish I could pray with you personally and will when circumstance permits. I love you my friend. Know that God loves you so much more. May The Holy Spirit comfort you. May Christ cover you with Love. May The Father provide for all your needs. Lord send your angels and bring Frank into your Kingdom.

 

Mary Ellen Cerutti posted on 3/23/20

Frank always had a smile and kind words for me whenever we met. Sally, I am so deeply sorry for the loss of your life partner. My prayers go out to you and your family. Love, Mary Ellen

 

Mary Ellen Cerutti posted on 3/23/20

Frank always had a smile and a kind word.

 

John Kruzeski and Elizabeth Stewart posted on 3/23/20

We had no idea. Frank was such a wonderful, kind and always happy man. It is impossible to think of him any other way. I have a theory that when someone especially good goes to Heaven, it is because God is in need of a very special angel, and right about now, it looks like God needed Frank by his side.

 

Bob Wilson posted on 3/22/20

I can still remember when my mother took me to Frank for a haircut when I was 7 or 8 years old. I have gone to him eversence. One of the nicest people I have known . My condolences to his family. He will be greatly missed.

 

Mike PERRING posted on 3/22/20

Sally and Family. Cindy and I send our condolences. Frank was a Highland Avenue frIend forever. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Nancy and Tom Conti posted on 3/21/20

Sally, So sad to hear about Frank's passing. Sorry we cannot be there to give you a hug. Know that you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. Hope to express our condolences in person soon.

 

Nancy Padden posted on 3/21/20

Sally, I am so sorry for the passing of Frank. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

 

Tom Winstel posted on 3/20/20

Our sincere condolences to you Sally and your children. In my younger years, Frank was my "go to" barber. Great guy that did a great job. I can remember my last haircut with Frank was when I traveled to town for my father's funeral. He was perhaps one of the kindest persons I have ever known. God bless you and your family. Your classmate from St.Michael's, Tom

 

Jerry Kellett posted on 3/20/20

I first came to Frank in 1970 at the age of 7. I am 57 today , that's a lot of time knowing another person who treated me like family. In a world of change, Frank was the constant. A true family man. It was a honor and a pleasure to have known him.

 

Ruth Masters posted on 3/20/20

Sally prayers for you and your family!

 

David Winstel posted on 3/20/20

Sally and Charlie - I am so saddened hearing of Frank's passing. He was such a great person and not just my barber but a true friend. I always so enjoyed our talks while he was cutting my hair. Such a long history I and my family have of him and the shop. He will truly be missed. My sincere sympathy to you both and your families.

 

Mont F Edge Sr posted on 3/19/20

So very heartbroken to hear of Frank's passing. He was my Barber since I was 20 yrs old in 1963. He was a fine Man and a pleasure to be around. Proud to say I knew him for 57 yrs. He will be greatly missed.

 

Janice Bonsignore posted on 3/19/20

My brother James Bonsignore was friends with Frank as they both attended the West Virginia Barber Academy in Huntington, WVA. Jim went towork for Tony at the Rex Barber Shop in Wheeling and Frank went to work at the shop on Edgington Lane. For a short time my brother worked with Frank at that shop and later became one of the head instructors at the Wheeling Barber College alongside Art who had been one of their teachers in Huntington when it opened in Wheeling. Jim held Frank in the highest regard. The first time he brought Frank to our home I remember how really handsome he was, however, it was his personality that everybody loved. My brother died in 2005 and I was saddened to read Frank had fallen asleep in death. Death is truely mankind's enemy. It is comforting to know that Frank is in our heavenly Fathers memory. We can be thankful that Gods Word the Holy Bible assures us at John 5 verse 28 that the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. The book of Revelation at chapter 21vs 4 tell's us that our Heavenly Father will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away. What comfort and love Jehovah provides for us during our times of distress. I will ask Jehovah to remember your family in my prayers. Sincerely, Janice Bonsignore Scottsdale, Arizona

 

Stuart Pavilack posted on 3/19/20

I was shocked and saddened to learn of Frank's passing. I was probably one of Frank's earliest customers and no more than 5 years old at the time. He was fresh out of Barber School. I have a vague memory of it. An extra chair was squeezed into Larry's Barber Shop for Frank. "Larry's" occupied the same location as Frank's Hair Quarters. That shop had 2 barbers for years and when Frank came on board, four chairs were squeezed into that small space. Over the years Frank cut my hair to whatever whim I had at the time; short, long, perm, shag, and more. During the 1980's, I would often stop in the shop for an hour or two on Christmas Eve. There was always munchies and soft drinks available. I always looked forward to those holiday parties. May his memory always be for a blessing.

 

Joel and Beverley Sizemore posted on 3/19/20

Love and prayers to you and your entire family at the loss of your dad. We pray comfort and heartfelt sympathy. May God's presence be with you and your family. AMEN

 

Bob Kota posted on 3/19/20

Frank was about 4 years ahead of me at Warwood High. I used to watch him play basketball for Warwood and he was good. He's cut my hair for about 40 years and I always had fun kidding him and talking with him. Went on a golf trip with him and always enjoyed his company. May God bless Frank and his family! Bob Kota

 

Dennis R Albaugh posted on 3/19/20

My sincere and deepest condolences to the family and friends of Frank. Denny Albaugh

 

Gary & Georgeann Yoho posted on 3/18/20

Sally, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Marie McGannon posted on 3/18/20

So very sorry to hear about Frank. My condolences go out to his wife, Sally, and to his family.

 

Rita Dobrich posted on 3/18/20

Frank was a friend of my brother's while growing up in Warwood. Frank was a very kind person. Thoughts and prayers to Sally and family

 

George Cupp posted on 3/18/20

Frank Scenna Frank cut my hair last wednesday. He always was a great person and I will miss him very much. My sympathy to all his Family , my prayers.

 

George Cupp posted on 3/18/20

Frank Scenna

 

David Petrini posted on 3/18/20

Rest In Peace, Uncle Frank

 

GEORGE H GALLUPE JR posted on 3/18/20

Frank and I were classmates/teammates @ Warwood High School. He was my barber for many years before I moved to Florida. When my wife and I were fortunate to travel to Paris, we visited the "No Stress Café." That was Frank's Hairquarters. You could always count on a smile and a light-hearted atmosphere in addition to a great haircut. We played some golf together, talked about families from the past. He and Sally shared a dinner @ Outback during one of my "tough" times and I'll always remember their kindness. He had many friends, all of which will miss him a lot. I know I will. Peace to Sally and family.