Frank Abela

Allante93 posted:

I live in the US, but I feel a connection with Frank. Early on Frank reached out and gave me valuable direction on my upgrade path.

For all those that read these words, please take a minute of prayer, to put Frank back on the Upgrade path of recovery.

Get well soon!


We are all Family, I will truly miss him, and his informative nature! 


Simon Walker posted:

I am extremely sorry and heartbroken  to report that I received an email from Frank's wife informing me that in the early hours of Wednesday Frank passed away.

I sure you will all join me in offering her and his family our deepest condolences.


This is terribly sad news and seems so quick on the back of the earlier reports.

I can but offer sincerest condolences to Frank's wife, family and close friends.  Such a shame that Frank didn't manage to see his dream come true.  His passing is a major loss to the Naim forum to which he was a massive contributor over the years.


Frank, You are already much missed. Part of your legacy that will remain are your knowledgeable, informative and helpful posts that you have made here on this forum over many years. Hopefully they will continue to help and inform Naim owners in years to come. Thank you. Farewell. 

I never knew Frank, before my time on the forum. But what a wonderful legacy to have touched so many people’s lives in such a positive manner. His family should be very proud, in this very sad time, I hope it gives them some strength.

RIP Frank

Such sad news. I never had the pleasure to meet Frank, but always enjoyed his incredibly generous contribution to the forum, such knowledge and warmth.

Sending a huge thank you on behalf Naim for showing such passion and support over the years, it’s been our privilege. Our sincere condolences to family, friends, and our thoughts are with you.    

Franks voice will be missed by all.

Thank your for letting us know so promptly, Simon.


Like everyone else, I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear the news .


My condolences to family and friends. I am sure they will be consoled by their many memories of his warmth, generosity and humour, as shall all of us who were lucky enough to meet him either in the virtual world or up in Reading.

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