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  1. Frank was a friend and neighbor. He was a modest, quiet, self effacing man.
    For years he was generous with his time and talent for our community’s Homes Association. We would often exchange morning greetings as he was walking his dog.He always had a smile, even when his health was failing. He will be missed.

  2. Frank, you were a marvelous uncle and a role model for me. Thank you. I will always remember you as a loving, devoted husband for Amy, a compassionate father and grandfather, a smart and successful accuntant who was perfectly honest (the best characteristic of a successful CPA, I’m sure). What I will remember most is the modest and unassuming way you conducted your life, as it will continue to serve as an example of how to best live my own. Rest in Peace Frank.

  3. To the Stocker family ,
    We are so sorry to hear of Frank’s passing.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with your
    family through this sad time.
    Our deepest sympathy,
    Frank & Liz Anderson

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Frank Stocker

April 28, 2022

Duck – Frank Stocker, 78, of Duck, North Carolina died April 28, 2022 at Albemarle Hospital in Elizabeth City. He was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA on September 28, 1943 to the late Lillian and Bert Stocker. He was married for 55 years to Amy Hetrick Stocker. Frank served his country honorably in the US Army and was an accountant until he retired and moved to the Outer Banks in 2003.

In addition to his wife Amy, he is survived by his grandson, Jeff Stocker, Jr. and fiancé, Samantha Mason of Stafford, VA; sister, Marie Stofila of Palos Verde, CA; and many other relatives and friends.

As he wished, a private family memorial will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Frank’s name may be made to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund. To share condolences with the family, please visit  www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

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Lolita and Stephen McKenna

Frank was a friend and neighbor. He was a modest, quiet, self effacing man. For years he was generous with his time and talent for our community's Homes Association. We would often exchange morning greetings as he was walking his dog.He always had a smile, even when his health was failing. He will be missed.

Chris Handley

Frank, you were a marvelous uncle and a role model for me. Thank you. I will always remember you as a loving, devoted husband for Amy, a compassionate father and grandfather, a smart and successful accuntant who was perfectly honest (the best characteristic of a successful CPA, I'm sure). What I will remember most is the modest and unassuming way you conducted your life, as it will continue to serve as an example of how to best live my own. Rest in Peace Frank.

Frank & Liz Anderson

To the Stocker family , We are so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family through this sad time. Our deepest sympathy, Frank & Liz Anderson