November 28, 1941 - September 4, 2016
Frank A. Uchtmann, Sr., 74, passed away at his residence in Latonia, KY on Sunday, September 4, 2016. He served in the US Navy and he was a retired Police Officer, working with Newport, Wilder and Highland Heights Police Departments and he was a member of the Blue Knights. Frank was preceded in death by a son: Christopher Uchtmann. He is survived by his wife: Patricia M. Starks; daughters: Nichole Baker, Stephanie (Kenny) Heaner and Denise Uchtmann; sons: Christopher Baker and Frank (Karen) Uchtmann, Jr.; sister: Mary Ann; 21 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be at 7 PM at Rosedale Baptist Church, 407 East 45th. Street, Covington (Latonia), KY 41015, on Thursday, September 8, 2016. Online condolences may be expressed at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
May you find comfort in this verse during this your time of sorrow knowing others care. At Isaiah 25: 8 and it reads, “He will swallow up death forever, And the Sovereign Lord will wipe away the tears from all faces. The reproach of his people he will take away from all the earth, For Jehovah himself has spoken it.” This gave our family comfort and hope.
My condolences to the Uchtmann family. I knew Frank when we were teenagers. He was always such a nice guy and a true gentleman.
Rest in Peace Frank.
Sorry to hear of Frank’s passing.
I remember Frank and his sister, Mary Ann, when we were kids living on Vernon Ln in Ft. Thomas.
Rest in Peace, Frank. May your family find peace and strength during this time of grieving. You were a good man, a great cop, and an even better friend.
As some are sharing various Scriptures, I too wanted to share one with you.
“The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.” (John 5:28, 29)
With the loss of your beloved one, I can only imagine how you are yearning to see the person again. I hope you can make a little time to review the Scripture above.
I hope that seeing for yourself that this resurrection hope is real, and making it your own, can give you some genuine comfort during this difficult time.
Thank you for reading my message.
Patty, My deepest sympathies are with you and your family in this very sorrowful time. I am praying for a peaceful grieving time. Frank wouldn’t want you to dwell on his death, remember the great times you had together.
Your in my thoughts and prayers, Missy
Frank was a good man that always went out of his way to help others. May he rest in peace.
My wife and I met Frank at Big Bone State Park through a mutual friend, John Simon. Our condolences to his family.
Frank was a great person. I wish that we had stayed in contact.
I am sorry for your loss. My prayers are with the Uchtmann family and friends. Adversities often sap a person of physical and emotional strength, even numbing the heart. When under extreme pressure from your grief may you find comfort in the words recorded at Psalm 28:7 “God is my strength and shield.”
Im gonna miss my Dad he was a great man and will be missed dearly. My heart is with all of the Family. Dalton loved his grandfather so much and am will be sad to miss being there but I know pops is proud of our soldier! With love Jennifer!
Officer Uchtmann and his family are in our hearts and prayers. May he rest in peace.
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Dad I love you so much and can’t believe your gone. You will be missed.
Frank was a friend , I am proud to have known and rode with him . Condolences from all of Blue Knights Ky. XII .