Gary Wayne Frampton
Gary Wayne Frampton passed away peacefully at home in Michigan, on June 5, 2019, at the age of 76, after finishing his battle with Alzheimer's. He was surrounded by his wife, daughter, and son-in-law. Gary is survived by his loving wife, Kandice (Kallen) of 51 years. They were married in East Chicago, IN, on May 25, 1968. Gary is lovingly remembered by his daughter, Michelle (Loney) Swiger of Orchard Lake, MI, his daughter-in-law Jennifer Frampton of Greenville, PA, his grandchildren Jessica Rossman of Kinsman, OH, Christopher Frampton of Greenville, PA, and Tanner Frampton of Fort Stewart, GA, his sister Shirley Faight of Conemaugh, PA, his brother Donald (Diane) Frampton of Conemaugh, PA, and many nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews, and cousins. Gary is preceded in death by his son, Brian Frampton of Greenville, PA, his parents Madeline and David Frampton, his brother David Frampton II, and his sister Betty Lou Faight. Gary was born in Johnstown, PA, on November 2, 1942. He graduated from Conemaugh Valley High School, and went on to Alexian Brothers' School of Nursing where he earned a Nursing diploma in 1966, and continued on to St. Francis school of Anesthesia where he graduated in 1974 as a Nurse Anesthetist. He worked as a Nurse Anesthetist for 36 years. Gary enjoyed being active at the Moose Lodge, scuba diving and many sports, but was happiest being with family. A memorial service for Gary will be held at Conemaugh First United Methodist church at 414 1st St, Conemaugh, on July 14, 2019, at 12:30 PM. After the service, there will be a luncheon to celebrate his life at the Conemaugh PNA at 465 Heritage St. Family and friends are welcome.
Published on June 30, 2019


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