Frank passed away peacefully at St. Paul’s Hospital in the morning of June 19th, 2016 with his sons by his side. He was 80 years old. He leaves his sons Brad, wife Tara, their children Cale & Libby, Jordan & his wife Lisa, their granddaughter Carissa. His Brothers; Pete (Helen) Reddekopp, Henry (Barb), Bill (Dora); sisters, Tina (Dave) Buhler, Anne Funk, Phyllis Reddekopp (Ben – deceased) to mourn him. Frank was predeceased by brothers; Ben Reddekopp, John, Jake & Aron; sister Mary Beswaterick (Earl), Jane Reddekopp (John) & his parents; Susie & Aron Reddekopp. And most recently by his wife Mary Reddekopp. Frank was a hard worker all his life, a strong man, even in his final hours. He was a Journeyman Sheet Metal worker for many years, as was his trade. In the early seventies he bought and ran a Hardware Store in the Town of Dalmeny. He worked several jobs involving sheet metal work, & as something much different worked in sales at the Commentor, Saskatoon’s Newspaper at that time. Frank volunteered as a fireman & served on town council in the Town of Dalmeny, where his family lived for many years. He took his turn at driving his sons & other teammates to out of town hockey tournaments, & cheered them on! Later in life he felt it important to be baptised, the ceremony was March 30, 2003 at the Dalmeny Bible Church. After he was retired he enjoyed spending time maintaining his yard, garden & fruit trees. Frank spent countless hours in his garage/workshop where he made homemade games & turned appliance boxes into sturdy dog/cat & children playhouses. Anything that broke down in the household was given a thorough attempt to fix by Frank before an expert would be called. January 2015 Frank moved into Porteous Lodge. He soon became very and was well liked by the staff, as he was quick with a smile & a joke! Frank will be sadly missed by a great deal of people. Celebration of Frank’s Life will be held at Dalmeny Bible Church, 406 Wakefield Ave, Dalmeny, on Friday, June 24th, 2016 at 3:00 pm. Special thanks to the staff of Porteous Lodge for making Frank so comfortable, he called it home. Thanks to St. Paul’s Hospital for their help in making Frank comfortable in his final hours, it is appreciated by his family. Arrangements entrusted to DALMENY FUNERAL HOME (306-254-2022).