Lemley Chapel
Serving Sedro-Woolley &
All of Skagit County Since 1935
1008 Third Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA
Frank  Bresnan, Sr. Memorial
Frank  Bresnan, Sr. Memorial

Frank Bresnan, Sr.

Frank Bresnan, Sr.

Tuesday, August 17th, 2021

Frank Alan Bresnan, Sr., age 77, passed away August 17, 2021.  He was born November 2, 1943, in Los Angeles, California.  Frank moved to Western Washington when he was seven years old.  He lived and attended school here until he married and began a career in automotive technology.

Frank is survived by his wife, Lynn of 53 years, three children and five grandchildren.

A Memorial Service will be held at 10:00, Monday, August 23, 2021, at Lemley Chapel, Pastor Jim Cannon presiding.  Remembrances may be made to the Skagit County Humane Society.  Share your memories of Frank and sign the online guest register.


  • Jennifer Johnson

    Frank was a good neighbor to my brother and I growing up in the neighborhood and especially to my parents. They always enjoyed chatting with him.
    He will definitely be missed.
    Jennie Lint Johnson

  • The Smeads

    To Lynn,
    Hoping there are many good memories of your life with Frank to help you get through this difficult time now. It is hard to believe he is gone.

  • Tonya Whitlock

    Frank aka Sparky was a great friend who was considered family. His heart was as big as Texas and he always brought laughter. He spend many years helping drive cars for my family and his stories left a legend behind. He loved helping people sometimes almost to a fault. He never lacked in bringing his own entertainment.
    I appreciate him being so kind to my family and a wonderful friend. It brings great sorrow to know that behind the laughter he was hurting. Frank will never be forgotten and greatly missed, he was irreplaceable and one of a kind. May you rest in peace eternally my friend.

  • Berry and Sonja Lint

    Berry and I extend our deepest sympathy to Lynn, Lori, Joe,Frank and the grandchildren. We are going to miss him. We have been neighbors for about 40 years and the neighborhood will not be the same without him. No more chitchatting while he is outside watering the plants or catching up with his latest project. RIP Frank.

  • Bob Guffie

    Frank was a longtime friend that will be greatly missed. I will miss all the
    teasing and bantering we so often did. He was always there if you needed a favor or a hand at some project as he loved to donate time and money to the less fortunate. I will miss all our trips to the auction and rock n roll sale. Rip old friend