Frank was blessed with a large and loving family, many located in Lincoln where Frank and Caren planted their roots. He met his loving wife to be, Caren Cecile Carl, at Simpson College in Indianola, IA. They were engaged and married on August 2, 1959. Their romance endured over 63 years and the loving couple was blessed with three children, nine grandchildren and thirteen and 1/2 great grandchildren. Frank was always dedicated to his family and spent countless hours attending a multitude of sporting, dancing and singing events for his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. They brought him so much joy and happiness and taught many to be onery, just like him! Frank's legacy will live long through his blessed family.\nA son of Prairie City, IA, Frank was one of the first computer programmers before there were many in the career. Frank was an avid supporter of The Gideon's International and a member of First Free Church. Frank enjoyed playing bridge, cribbage and pitch with his friends and family, winning most of the time.\nFrank was preceded in death by his father and mother, Wendell and Helen Wagner, brother Bruce, sister Deanna Jacobs. He is survived by his wife, Caren; his sons Chris (wife Michelle) and Jon (wife Glenda); his daughter Wendi Beck (husband Kurt); his nine grandchildren: Jared, Jordan, Austen Beck-Bryan, Aaron, Mikayla Pond, Evan, Hanna Hoodjer, Kylie Beck and Mary Murphy; 13 1/2 greatgrandchildren and sisters Brenda Harshbarger and Arlys Wagner.\nA special thank you to Frank's caregivers at Country House and HoriSun.\nHonorary pallbearers: Jared, Jordan, Aaron, Evan, Austen Beck-Bryan\nAn opportunity to visit with Family and Friends will be held on August 2, 2022 from 6-8 p.m., at Colonial Chapel Funeral Home, 5200 R Street Lincoln, NE and a Celebration of Life on August 3rd at 10:30 a.m., First Free Church, 3280 S 84 Street, Lincoln, NE.\n In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Gideons International and the Alzheimer's Association.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\tYou are using an outdated web browser that does not support this video.\n\nYour browser does not support this video format. You should be able to view it in Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer.