Wasatch Marine owner mourned

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Frank Walker, owner of Wasatch Marine in Salt Lake City and Newport Beach, Calif., died last Thursday. He was 53.

His obituary stated:

"The most important thing in Frank's life was his family. He adored them all. Frank could always be counted on to be the biggest fan of his sons, grandsons, nephews and nieces."

A celebration of his life was held Sunday.

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to the American Cancer Society.

Click here for the obituary.

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