Frank B. Robasky

Frank B. Robasky

Frank Bernard Robasky passed away on June 26, 2021 at St. Vincent hospital surrounded by family after a long illness. Frank was born in Erie on July 19, 1938 to Frank E. Robasky and Eleanor Krasnesky. He was the oldest of their six children and is survived by siblings James Robasky, Carol Jud (Don), Diane Kilpatrick (Jim), Susan Dombrowski (Ted), Kathy Szczesny (Bob), all of the Erie area. He is survived by his long time partner Judy Mickle of Albion, and children Frank M. Robasky (Kim) of Chapel Hill, NC, Christine M. Robasky of Portland, OR, Debra A. Robasky (Michael Dixon) of Longview, WA, and Sara E. Robasky of Erie. Also, his daughter in law Janet Nielsen of Cranesville, step daughter Tara Cooper of Erie, and step children Diane Campbell (Chuck Shreve), James Cambell, David Campbell and Don Campbell (Sara) all of Edinboro. Frank has five grandchildren and seven step-grandchildren. He is predeceased by his wife Sandra Dickerson Robasky, and son Steven M. Robasky (Janet). Frank served in the Air Force. He worked at Lakeview Forge in Erie as a Foreman for many years. He ran an active farm and enjoyed hunting, visiting casinos in the Erie area and he frequented the Golden Corral. He loved to travel, and visited Montana and Oregon, and took a trip to Alaska. Family and friends may call at the Mattera Funeral Home, 188 East State Street, Albion, on Wednesday from 5pm until the time of a funeral service there at 7pm. Burial will be private in St. James Cemetery, Crossingville. To send flowers, light a memory candle or leave a condolence, please visit www.matterafuneralhome.com

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Left by  “Becky Marshall & Scott Seaton” on 06/29/2021

My condolences go out to Deb and Chris and the Robasky family. Mr. Robasky was a great guy and will be missed by all. His humor could light up a room.

Left by  “William C Dennes” on 06/28/2021

Condolences to the family

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