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Walter Page

July 5, 1931 — September 21, 2021

Walter F. “Frank” Page, age 90, formally of Markesan (Green Lake), WI passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at the Barrett House in Ripon.

Frank was born on July 5, 1931 in Highland Park, IL, the son of Walter S. and Gladys (Easton) Page. He received his bachelor degree in Agriculture from Southern Illinois University and earned many certificates in banking. On February 14, 1959, Frank married Betty Robinson in Genoa City, WI. Betty passed away in 2017. He worked as an international banker for the Bank of Tokyo in Chicago. Frank and Betty loved to fish and camp at Glidden Lake near Crystal Falls in Upper Michigan, where they served as campsite hosts for many years. In addition to Frank's military service, the Boy Scouts was an important part of Frank’s service to the community, as he served as the treasure of Troop 46 in Glen Ellyn, IL for many years. Additionally, Frank’s three sons and four of his grandchildren have earned rank of Eagle. Frank lived on the south shore of Green Lake for 30 years, where he cherished his neighbors and the delicious food they would often bring him, with special neighborhood friend, Don Korff visiting Frank daily. Most of all he loved spending time with his family, especially his wife who he loved dearly.

Frank is survived by his sons, Walter (Julie) Page of WI and FL, Gary (Mary) Page of Atlanta, GA, and Ron (Amy) Page of Winter Haven, FL, six grandchildren, Scott (Hanna), Brian (Erin), Cory, Hayden, Cole, and Garrett; one great-granddaughter, Sydney Page; a sister, Bubbles Keagy of Sarasota, FL; sister-in-law Bonnie Cornue of Genoa City, WI and brother-in-law, Jerry (Grace) Robinson of Twin Lakes, WI. Frank was proceeded in death by his parents, Walter and Gladys Page, his beloved wife, Betty Page, and a sister, Mae.

Per Frank’s wishes there will be no funeral service.

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