Frank Shaw was born on November 18th, 1955 and passed away on July 7th, 2022. He lived in East Canton Ohio where he was the proprietor of East Canton Computers for over 25 years. Frank also maintained oil wells for the DEVCO Corporation for over 20 years.
Frank enjoyed spending time with friends and family and will be missed by many. He was a very kind and generous man and loved to help others. He enjoyed nature each morning he would listen to the birds while he drank his coffee. He loved being outside in the woods at his home. Every Sunday after finishing his wells, he would go on a horse ride (taking the horses out on a wagon ride around town) with his brother Mike Shaw. Frank was always ready for a cookout and loved his family. Frank loved animals especially his dogs. Frank was the light of any room he was in, and his smile was infectious. He was the first person you called if you needed help. One of Frank’s passions were his computer store and teaching children computer skills. On most days you could find Frank cruising around on his property in “Fred” his side by side or, sitting outside under the tree in his favorite spot. Frank meant a lot to many people and will live on in our hearts and memories of how happy he was always. It always seemed like Frank was never in a bad mood or having a bad day. He was the best husband, father, brother, uncle, cousin, friend anyone could have.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Sharon and Rufus Shaw and his niece, Kylie Rock. He is survived by his wife, Susan Shaw; children, Sharon Sease and Jesse Sease; brothers, Mike (Robyn) Shaw and Dave (Miki) Shaw; sisters, Bobi (Bob) Clifford and Debi (John) O’Rourke. A viewing will be held on Wednesday July 13th from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville, OH. In lieu of flowers we ask that donations be made to the family to cover expenses.
Frank will be missed immensely; he would want us to keep his memory with us always.
Frank was a great neighbor, from the night we met him when he pulled both AAA and us out of the mud until our most recent conversation this week. We can’t begin to tell you how much his kindness over the years meant to us. He will be missed!!! Fly high dear friend. Love to you and the kids. Greg and Donna
Frank loved you both so much ❤️
Frank was my uncle and I loved him dearly. I will miss you dearly and I remember when I was little me and my cousins and sisters used to play hide and seek in the corn fields next to his house. R.I.P uncle Frank I will miss you and watch over us all and tell grandma Dorothy I love and miss her. Love always your niece Tiffany
Frank was one of the most thoughtful, kindest men I ever knew! I always went to his computer shop to get things I needed and he was always very honest, very kind, and had great prices there. His presence alone made ya smile! He cared so much about so many people and his passing deeply saddens me!! May God bless and comfort his family!! You all have my sincere sympathy and prayers!!