Francis Richard Dugan

Francis Richard Dugan

September 22, 1931 - August 05, 2010

Francis Richard Dugan

September 22, 1931 - August 05, 2010


Francis R. ‘Frank’ Dugan, 78, was born September 22, 1931 in Massachusetts and passed away August 5, 2010 at home in Huntington Beach, CA.

A Technical Trainer for McDonnell Douglas for over 25 years, Frank spent his years in retirement as an accomplished artist with a love for people and travel.

Frank is survived by his wife, Mary Alice; daughters Paula Bob Venable, Dana Doug LaBahn and Jen Gordon Blakey; sons David and Gregory Jody Dugan; sister Dottie Albert Zaniboni and granddaughters Rachel, Emma and Rebecca Dugan and Peyton Blakey. A devout man of faith with unwavering commitment to his family and friends, Frank will be deeply missed.

A Vigil Service will be Monday, August 9 at 7:00pm at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Newport Beach followed by a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday, August 10 at 10:00am. Burial will be Monday, August 16 at 1:15pm at Riverside National Cemetery.

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5 responses to Francis Richard Dugan

  1. Bill Dugan says:

    To Aunt Mary and the entire Dugan Family:
    Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Uncle Frank was a unique man — smart and intense, witty and creative, caring and strong in his opinions go figure, those Dugans!. We will miss him a lot, and we hope good memories of his life will lift you up now and always. Love to all, Bill Dugan

  2. Aunt Mary and Cousins,
    Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Uncle Frank will be dearly missed by all. We picture him now with Dad, Uncle Charlie, Uncle Eddie and Aunt Louise,and know that he is at peace.
    Love from the D’Ambra Family

  3. Sorry to hear about Uncle Frank, may he rest in peace.

  4. We are sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences. We enjoyed Uncle Frank’s ability to converse about poetry, politics, and everything in between.

  5. I am so sorry to hear about Frank’s passing and you have my deepest condolences. I only knew Frank from chatting with him when he walked Luke and I walked my dog Winslow. But I am an artist too, and enjoyed hearing his painting stories and of his latest commissions. He was very kind, cheerful and I could tell a very devout man. I will miss running into him and Luke. I will pray for him and his family.

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