Frank James Kwasnica III, born on January 24, 1972, in Dallas, Texas, passed away on January 19, 2024, at the Medical City of Arlington. He was a loving son, father, and grandfather, leaving behind a legacy that will forever be cherished.
Frank's career was marked by dedication and hard work. He spent twenty years working alongside his father at the family convenience store, where he greeted customers with a warm smile and ensured their needs were met. In his final years, Frank joined the team at Sam's Club, where he continued to exemplify excellent service to everyone he encountered.
An alumnus of West Mesquite High School in the class of 1990, Frank's passion for football blossomed from an early age. From his pee-wee days up until his senior year of high school, he passionately played the sport with unmatched enthusiasm. His teammates remember his unwavering determination and commitment both on and off the field.
Frank will be best remembered for his infectious humor and caring nature. He had an incredible ability to bring laughter into the lives of those around him and ease their troubles with a well-timed joke or silly anecdote. Frank's kind-heartedness extended beyond his family and friends – he would help anyone in need without hesitation.
When Frank wasn't spreading joy through his humor and kindness, he found solace in two beloved pastimes. Grilling out brought him immense joy as he shared delicious meals with loved ones. Football fanatics would often find him passionately cheering on his favorite team, the Dallas Cowboys. On his days off from work, Frank made it a priority to spend quality time with his daughter, granddaughter, mom, and dad—a testament to the love he held for his family.
Frank is survived by his daughter, Siarra Radley; daughter, Tabetha Kwasnica; granddaughter, Aaliyah Lebouef; mother, Adonna Kwasnica; father, Frank Kwasnica; grandson, Trinton Radley; cousin, David Majkszak; cousin, Susie Long; cousin, John Wesley Holder; and cousin, Laura Ann Holder.
He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Frank James Kwasnica; grandmother, Willie-Mae Kubiak-Kwasnica; grandfather, Bobby-John Holder; grandmother, Ola Jean Bailey-Holder; and uncle, Wesley Holder.
Frank James Kwasnica III's departure has left a void that will be felt deeply by all who had the privilege of knowing him. He leaves behind beautiful memories of laughter, love, and selflessness. As we mourn the loss of such a remarkable individual, let us also celebrate the vibrant life he lived, the happiness he brought to others, and the positive impact he made on our lives.
Frank's memory will forever be cherished by his family and friends. May he rest in peace knowing that his time here was well spent, and his presence will be missed dearly.