Frank P. Pike

November 8, 1929 to January 25, 2022


To view the online service from the Carnell Memorial Chapel for the late Frank P. Pike on Saturday, January 29th at 2:00 p.m. please follow the link below:


It is with heavy hearts, that we announce the peaceful passing of Frank Penny Pike at 92 years of age.  A gentle man and loving husband, father, Pop, uncle, and loyal friend.

Predeceased by his parents Louise and George H. Pike, four brothers, Walter, John, George, and Roy, and three sisters Grace, Jean, and Nan.

Celebrating his life and holding tight to beautiful memoires are his wife of 70 years Rhoda (Case); two dedicated daughters, Debbie (John Patten), and Vicki (Bruce Colbourne), granddaughters Anna (Stefan Hancock), Juleah (Josh Lunden), and Emma (Michael Furey), and only grandson Ben (Kathlene White). The pride and joy of his life were his four great-grandchildren, Jack, Jett, John-Derrick, and Jada. 

Mourning his passing are his sister-in-law Beulah Inkpen (dec. Roland) and brother-in-law Dave Edwards (dec. Nan).  Also leaving to mourn many nieces and nephews, near and far.

Frank was proud to be a 65-year member of the Masonic Avalon Lodge.

Very special thanks to those who supported his life’s journey; Dr. Eric Stone; the entire team at the Ross Clinic, especially Denise Cahill NP; the Palliative Care Home Program team; wonderful neighbours and friends who became family, Mama Alice, Jeffrey, Georgina, Louise, Jennifer, Pam, Carolyn, Gloria; and longtime friend Norman Ryan.  Also, heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Anne Williams for her exceptional care, love, and emotional support.

Cremation has taken place and a private service will be held at a later date.  Flowers are respectfully declined but donations to the Healthcare Foundation, for either Cardiac Care, or the Palliative Care Program, or to Wesley United Church, are welcome. 



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Debbie, John and family,
My deepest sympathies on your great loss. Although I never had the pleasure of meeting your dad, the kind words expressed by so many are a testament to his character. His was indeed, a life well lived.

Sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. My sincere condolences to Rhonda and family.

Mrs. Pike and family,

We are so sorry to hear of Mr. Pike’s passing. You were warm and welcoming neighbours when we arrived on Darling St. and always so kind and thoughtful. May the cherished memories you hold dear in your heart help ease the pain and loss you are feeling at this time.

Jim and Margaret Ann Beehan

I am so sorry to hear that your Dad passed away. I hope the long and many memories you have of him will help you through this difficult period.
Michelle Day

Vicki and Debbie and Mrs Pike. , Thinking of you at this sad time. I have great memories of being treated to the most wonderful English cookies and sweets at the house on Darling Street. Mr Pike was always so kind to all the kids who followed you both home from school.

! My sincere condolences.

Debbie, John, Vickie, and Mrs. Pike.
MY thoughts are with your entire family, as you mourn the loss of such a gentleman, while celebrating such a fantastic life. I often remember your welcoming and happy home, and pleased to read that he enjoyed life to the end. Blessings to you all.


Sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. I remember him fondly , a very gentle man. Please pass on our condolences to your dear mom.

Sincerely Maureen&Glenn”

To the Pike Family
Our sincere condolences on Franks passing .We remember his jokes especially his stories about the big salmon he caught that summer on the Gander River. He was such a gentle man. Some of the saddest moments in life are when the person who has given the
(best) memories, becomes a memory.. May your memories become treasures that will live on in your hearts forever.
God Bless
Millie and Allan Piercey

Debbie and family
Michael and I were saddened to hear of your father’s
passing and would like to send our condolences also your to mother and Vicki. At 92, he had lived a long and productive life, and at this time of sadness our thoughts are with you. I hope in time you will be able to remember all the good times and happy memories .
Lynn and Michael

Dear Rhoda &Family,
Sorry to hear of Frank’s passing…..please
accept our sincere condolences.
Keep safe.

Dear Mrs. Pike, Debbie , Vicki and families :

Saddened to hear of Mr. Pike’s passing. He was a gentleman in every way and lived a long, good life. You are all in our thoughts at this sad time.
“To live the hearts of those we leave behind is not to die at all”

I’m so sad to hear Uncle Frank has passed. I have so many great memories of him and and Aunt Rhoda.
I’ll never forget visiting after school and joking around with Uncle Frank, definitely the best part of my week.
Sending so much love, thinking of you always.

Thinking of you at this time and sending our condolences to the family.

Dear Rhoda, Vicki, Debbie and family, we were truly saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. Although we met only briefly, we feel we know him a little through Vicki’s lovely emails and photos sent over the last few years and realise the deep sense of loss you must feel. Such a gentleman. You are in our hearts today especially, 29th January 2022.

Sending loving thoughts and prayers for all of you during this difficult time . We have many warm memories of Frank and our visits over the years. He was a beautiful person who showed care and concern for everyone he met. We will miss coming for a visit with him and sharing stories and a few laughs.

Aunt Rhodie and family, so sorry to hear about Uncle Franks death. May the memories of a shared lifetime help to ease the journey and keep him close forever.
Take care.

Aunt Rhoda and family. I was saddened to hear of Uncle Franks’ passing. I have fond memories, as a child, of him coming into the store juggling apples or oranges and enjoyed any opportunity I had to visit with him in later years. Cathy and I send our sincere sympathy to you all at this very difficult time

I extended to the entire Pike Family my sincere condolences on this great loss to your family. I remember well Mr. Pike from Wesley Church and especially the Sunday School where he and my Dad volunteered for many years counting the collections. Both my Dad and Mr. Pike certainly enjoyed their fishing trips together. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

To the entire Pike Family…….our deepest condolences. Our thought and prayers are with you during your time of grief.

Debbie, John and family, our sincere condolences .

Sincere condolences to Rhodie and family. We enjoyed our contact with him at church. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

So sorry to hear of the passing of Frank Pike. I had the honour of meeting with him a few years ago regarding a story for The Telegram about his brother who served in the Second World War and who died in England. I remember Frank as a kind man with a gentle smile, who took time not only to share his thoughts on the story I was doing, but to show me the beautiful models he built as a hobby. Condolences to his family and friends. Glen Whiffen

Aunt Rhoda, Debbie, Vickie and families,
We were saddened to hear of Uncle Frank’s passing. Although we didn’t see much of our Newfoundland family, you were always in our thoughts and hearts, especially through messages and stories from Mom and Aunt Nancy. With love, Laurie & Rob Finlay

Debbie and Family ,
We are so sad to hear of your Dad’s passing. A kind and gentle man he will be forever in your hearts. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family especially your Mom at this sad time.

So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing.. Our condolences to the family.

Rhoda & Family, I was so sorry to read abut Frank’s passing. I have many fond memories of him when we worked together at Union Electric. He was a kind, gentle man who always had time to help you. We were only thinking of him a few weeks ago. Keep all your memories of him close to your heart. Tina & Jamie

Mrs. Pike, Vicki, and Debbie
A life well lived, and despite the sadness of saying good-bye, a time to celebrate a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. Sending my sympathies to all.

Debbie , John and Family , so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing , he lived a wonderful life to the age of 92…….our thoughts and prayers are with you and all your Family at this time……may he RIP…..Bob & Donna French

Vickie, Debbie and families,
So sorry to hear of your fathers passing. May your cherished memories bring you all comfort in the days ahead.
Donna and Derrick

Debbie, John, Vickie, Mrs. Pike and family. Please accept my deepest sympathy in Mr. Pike’s passing. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace. Cathy Duke

Rhodie, Debbie, Vickie and families ,
So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. .Sincere condolences to the whole family. Cherish your many memories. Frank was a wonderful man with a good sense of humour. It was always a pleasure to visit.
Eva ( Howard ), Edna and Leah send their condolences. . God Bless!
Lima and Raymond

So sad to hear about Frank’s passing.. We very much enjoyed working with him at Wesley and certainly learned a lot from him in the process. Our deepest sympathies to Rhodie and the family.

Marvin and Jennifer Barnes

Aunt Rhodie, Debbie, Vicki and Families,
Sending heartfelt condolences, upon the passing of Uncle Frank. The friendship between our families reaches back very far and true; a solid one which offered goodwill , support, encouragement, and often laughter. I have many memories of Uncle Frank, none more vivid than the twinkle in his eye, his comedic antics, and the ever present invitation to share laughter.

This powerful friendship between families has endured all the seasons of life, inspiring us all.

As you celebrate your many special memories of Uncle Frank, take comfort in the knowing that these good things will live on in your hearts and through the lives of children and grandchildren

Sincere condolences from Bob and Judy (Gard) Puddester

Rhodie, Debbie, Vicki and Families,
We were saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. Please accept our sincere condolences. Frank was a kind and gentle man with a pleasant and cheerful personality. We always enjoyed his company. Cherish all of those happy memories and may they always bring you comfort. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Glenda and Bill

Rhodie, Debbie, Vicki and Families,
We are so sorry to hear of Frank’s passing . He was a kind gentle soul who always had a smile on his face . His love for his family was always present .May all your happy memories give you comfort in the days ahead .Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

To the Pike family,
Sincere condolences on your loss. We have so many fond memories of Frank during our years at Wesley. He was such a kind and caring man who greeted you with a warm smile and a twinkle in his eye. We have missed seeing him during these Covid times but will remember him fondly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.
Paul and Daphne LeDrew

This wonderful man was very special to me. I cherished my time with him and respected and appreciated his kind gentle spirit and wisdom. His love of family was always evident. He had a sharp mind, a wicked sense of humour and loved to spin a yarn. He was always interested in your day and what was happening in the world. I’ll miss our visits. Sleep well my friend!

To the Pike Family…
Condolences on the passing of Father Frank as we referred to him. Many fond memories from our Calgary Street Days.

Aunt Rhoda, Debbie, Vickie and families. Deb and I are thinking of you at this time. Uncle Frank had a good run, and we both have fond memories of him. Our only regret is that we could not get home to NL these past couple of years to see him one more time. I remember the basement in your home on Darling St. was full of candies and cookies for his business. Also, his knuckle grinding hand shakes. Quiet spoken, but there was always a bit of mischief in his eyes and a smile on his face. We will you miss you Uncle Frank.

My deepest sympathy to you all. Frank was a lovely, caring, gentleman and so full of fun. Cherish your memories.

To Rhoda, Debbie, Vicki and family, our condolences on the passing of Frank. Although we did not know him well, the times we crossed paths, we found him a kind and gentle soul. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Heartfelt condolences to Rhoda, Debbie, Vicki and extended family on the passing of Frank , a true gentleman. May the multitudes of happy memories carry you all through this sad time.

Dearest Debbie & family, My deepest condolences to all on the loss of your wonderful father. He was such a soft spoken gentleman. Forever in your hearts! ❤️

Rhoda , Debbie, Vicki and families
Sending my deepest condolences and much love to you all at this difficult time. I will always remember your dad as the kindest gentleman with so much warmth and love for his family. How blessed he was to have so much love in his life! RIP Mr Pike

Rhodie, Debbie, Vicki and families: So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Cherish your memories. May they give you comfort in the days ahead. God Bless. Marilyn and Wayne.

Rhoda, Debbie, Vicki and families,

We are so saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. We have such beautiful and fond memories of a lifetime friendship. Frank was such a kind and gentle person. Our Christmas started with the visit of Aunt Rhoda and Uncle Frank on Christmas Eve’s, a memory that will be cherished.

Our sincere condolences and we pray for your strength and comfort.

Stan, Dot, Paul and Tina Murphy

Auntie Rhoda, Debbie, Vickie and family.
So Sorry to hear of Uncle Franks passing, .Our sincere condolences to you and all the family. Uncle Frank would always bring a smile to all who greeted him. His stories and sense of humour was second to none. We will remember him fondly . .Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very sad time .

Cheryl, Bob and family.

To all franks family sorry to hear of his passing .Ulthough we haven’t seen him for a while ,I always asked Norm about him.Hold tight your memories.

Barry & staff of Straightedge Barbers 💈

My deepest sympathy Debbie to you and your family
Cherish your many happy memories. RIP Mr Pike

Frank Pike was a super nice person.. He was a sincere, and dedicated, individual to all his activities.

Fabian and Cathy

I was so sorry to hear about Frank’s death. He was such a nice man who was always very good to me in my youth….. And he brought in the best candy! My thoughts are with you Rhodie, Debby, Vickie and your families. I know that great memories will sustain you during this time of great loss.
Paula (Goff) English

Debbie , John &Family
I am so sorry to hear of your Father’s passing . Debbie keep the wonderful memories of your dad close . May he RIP.

Frank was a warm, kind and soft spoken gentleman. Deepest condolences to the whole family and especially to Rhodie. You stood by his side through thick and thin. Debbie and Vickie he couldn’t have been prouder of you both and all the joy your families filled his life with. To all Frank’s grand children and great grandchildren remember all the happy times you had with him. Some of your memories you have been sharing are so warm and beautiful. Keep them all close to your heart. We will remember him fondly and keep you all in our prayers.