Dear Jackie and family…we were so sorry to hear the sad news. Sending our sincere sympathy to you all. Fran and Tom Reppucci (Bark Rd Gilboa)
Frank was a wonderful man and will dearly be missed by so many. He was hard working, smart, funny and super lovable. He has helped, loved and touched so many peoples lives and memories of him will put smiles on peoples faces forever! I was lucky enough to know him from the first week Becky started at University at Albany. Since then, I enjoyed many wonderful memories with the Lamport family!It won’t be the same without him but he will be thought of & remembered all of the time bringing bright big smiles on everyone’s faces.
May you Rest In Peace Dear Frank!
& May God bless Jackie, John, Becky, Rosie, Jeff, Tyler, Austin & Scout during this difficult time!
Much love and hugs to all of you from Germany. Love always, Mara, Harald & Luka
It is hard to think about this world without Frank in it. He really knew how to truly LIVE and you could not help but belly laugh till you cried when he was around. He was not just whip smart, hilarious and hard working, but extremely loving and supportive to his family and friends. How fortunate Jackie, Becky, John, Tyler, Austin and Scout were to have him as their rock in their lives. My heart breaks for them and the loss they are feeling. I was always amazed at how hard he worked and still manage to play even harder. I’m sure his laughter will forever echo in the minds of all who loved him- and that is a whole lot of people.
He will remembered with love and the best of memories always. I deeply regret not being able to be there in person at this time. Sincere condolences and love to you, Lamport’s- Vikki Kusumoto and Joe DiVincenzo
My sincere condolences to the Lamport family. I worked with Frank to develop his conservation plan as part the NYC Watershed Agricultural Program. I always looked forward to visiting the farm. Frank was very positive and had great ideas on how to make his plan better. I remember he would throw out an idea and ask my (and other planners he worked with) opinion saying "I don't know John, what do you think? After hearing me out he would then select an alternative and we would move forward. I always appreciated that he valued my input, especially since he was such an accomplished farmer. I would leave meeting with Frank a richer person than when I arrived. I'm sure others experienced the same. God rest your soul Frank.
We are very sorry to learn of Frank's passing and offer condolences to his family. I enjoyed working with Frank in his family's progressive and successful dairy farm operation for many years. He was very successful in melding an admired farming career with an enjoyment of life beyond that, including obvious caring for his family. His was a life well lived. Chuck (Doc) and Linda Nydam
The South Kortright Central School Alumni Group would like to send their deepest condolences to the Lamport family and friends. Frank was a graduating member of the SKCS class of 1963. During his SKCS years Frank was very active in sports as well as the FFA. May he rest in peace.
I am so sorry to hear about Frank's passing. I was planning on attending the visitation on Friday, but it is still very busy here in work and I cannot get up there. My thoughts are with you every day.
I will be sending a donation in Frank's honor as per your request.
Jackie (and the rest of the family) - my deepest condolences. I am so sorry for your loss. I met Frank a couple of times and the one thing that comes to mind when thinking about him is the word FUN! You always knew you were in for a good time when he was around.
My prayers are with you all and I hope you can find comfort during this difficult time.
Monica (and Franco)
Jackie and Family. Our sincerest sympathy on the loss of Frank. Our prayers are with you and may your heart be warmed knowing how much you all were and always will loved by you by your new Angel.