'An extraordinary man who reached extraordinary heights'

FRIEND: Frank Willis died at the age of 88 in Crookwell last week. He will be remembered at a graveside service at Crookwell Lawn Cemetery on May 18.

FRIEND: Frank Willis died at the age of 88 in Crookwell last week. He will be remembered at a graveside service at Crookwell Lawn Cemetery on May 18.

It will be hard to forget Frank Willis.

The OAM, Upper Lachlan Shire councillor of 16 years and long-time rugby league supporter has a legacy of many lasting achievements.

This includes president of the Crookwell Gun Club, recipient of the Paul Harris Rotary Fellowship, an active hospital auxiliary and Citizen of the Year – and more.

Gary Cadwell, lifelong friend and neighbour, described him as the most lovable you could ever meet.

“He had time for everybody and everything and genuinely liked the people and his community. He was an extraordinary man that reached extraordinary heights,” he said.

A graveside service will be held for Frank Willis at Crookwell Lawn Cemetery on May 18 at 11am. He died at the age of 88 in his hometown of Crookwell. 

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