Friday, May 16, 2014

Frank Rollinger

Frank A. Rollinger

March 10, 1957
Phoenix, Arizona
May 11, 2014
Phoenix, Arizona

Frank A. Rollinger, 57, passed away on May 11, 2014, in a Phoenix hospital. Frank was born in Phoenix, Arizona, on March 10, 1957. After graduating from Carl Hayden High School, Frank started his career at Lou Grubb Chevrolet, painting cars. He then went on to the Chrysler Corporation and worked (at his dream job) as a test car driver for 30 years.

Frank enjoyed driving fast, traveling, going to the movies, loved animals and spending time with his family and friends.  He had a mischievous sense of humor and would razz everyone!

He will be remembered as a loving step-father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend.  We will hold his memory close to our hearts and treasure him forever.

Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Edwin and Mary Rollinger; and brother, James Rollinger. He is survived by brothers, Victor Rollinger of California, Edwin Rollinger and John Rollinger; sisters, Margo Smith and Gerri Guzman of Arizona; his step-daughter Selena Peep; grand-daughter, Candi Martinez; God-daughters, Marissa Rollinger and Jessica Guzman; and numerous aunts, cousins, nephews,  nieces and extended family.

Services will be held Friday, May 23, from 5:00pm-7:00pm at Avenidas Funeral Chapel, located at 522 East Western Avenue in Old Town Avondale, 623-925-1525.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to ASPCA at or The Arizona Humane Society at

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1 comment:

  1. Frankie was a dear friend and will be greatly missed. He would help anyone anytime regardless of the cost of money or time. He had a huge giving heart. He would go to rallies and different events with my daughters and I. Frankie would always keep us laughing, we all knew if Frankie was coming with us, it would be a riot. I worked with Frankie for 7 years at the proving grounds. I moved back to Michigan in 2005, when ever I return to Arizona for a visit we would connect. No matter what the circumstance he would make sure we would get together. I have been trying to get a hold of him the last month and regret deeply I did not try harder. He will be greatly missed. The DeLisle Family, Mike, Vicki, Leanne, Linsey, and Beth.