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Frank Mason Warman


June 14, 1949

Whitby, Ontario


May 7, 2024

Sarnia, Ontario


Frank Mason Warman, born on June 14, 1949, in Whitby Ontario passed unexpectedly while at home on Tuesday, May 7, 2024. Frank graduated Durham College as a Civil Engineer Technician and worked in both the private and public sectors. He married Ann Marie DiGuiseppe on April 23, 1988, and lived in Oshawa where Frank was actively involved with Loyal Order of the Moose and Basset Rescue communities. He is survived by his daughter Jeanette Ann DiGuiseppe (Thomas Pheasant), granddaughters Claire Elizabeth, Natalie Renee, and Anna Marie, brother Fred Warman (Joanne Warman), his nephew Peter Mason Warman (Nadia Warman), and great nephew Palmo Mason Warman. In 2017, Frank and Ann elected to move to Sarnia Ontario where Frank found his true passion as a dog handler to Miss Molly Mae Warman, a certified emotional support dog. Together, they worked for St. John’s Ambulance volunteer program and visited various nursing homes and schools. Frank loved his Molly Mae and loved discussing his volunteer work. During one of his daily trips to the river front, a school student recognized Molly Mae and Frank was proud of the impact he was making to those he visited. After 36 years of marriage, he passed with Ann by his side in the sanctuary of their backyard. Family and friends will be received at the McCormack Funeral Home, 254 George St. (at College Ave.) Sarnia, for visitation on Monday May 13 beginning at 12 noon. A Funeral Service will follow at 1 pm. Interment Lakeview cemetery. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in” Frank’s Guestbook” at

Visitation & Services

McCormack Funeral Home

12 to 1 pm.

1 pm.

Monday May 13


Funeral Service

Monday May 13

McCormack Funeral Home


Lakeview Cemetery


Cheques only please,
will be received at the funeral home


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Dear Anne Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. May your many memories of your live together give you strength during third difficult time.
William David Carson

Dearest Ann and Family, All of us at BHRO were so saddened by the news of Frank's passing. He was such a bright light in our rescue and at all of our events. May his memory be a blessing
Basset Hound Rescue of Ontario

Ann. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. May God hold you in his loving arms. Remember that God is with you and will strengthen you during this time of loss
Diana Grant

My deepest condolences and prayers to you, Ann, Jeanette, Fred and your families on your sudden and dear loss of your beloved husband, father and brother, Frank. Frank was a wonderful caring soul who touched all with his love and caring nature to all who meet him; I always enjoyed our fellowship chats whenever he was at Christ Lutheran Church, Sarnia with Ann or he was passing by in my workplace drive thru lane getting his cup of coffee. Frank will be deeply missed by all who knew him and all the souls that he touched with his loving care & grace. May God bless his soul and provide His comfort and love to his families and friends that mourn his passing.
Richard Herter

To Frank's family, his Sarnia SJA family, and his friends: On behalf of our St John Ambulance, St. Thomas-Elgin Branch, I offer you heartfelt condolences on the passing of this caring, selfless man. May you find comfort in your many wonderful memories and may God grant you peace now and in the times ahead. Sincerely, Myra Pettit, Coordinator, SJA Therapy Dog Program St. Thomas-Elgin Branch
Myra Pettit

Dear Ann, Molly and family, I feel blessed to have met Frank and Molly. The therapy visits I attended with Frank over the last few months have taught me how to be a therapy dog handler. Koda and I will miss meeting Frank and Molly at Great Lakes Secondary School and Rebound to share our dogs together. I will always remember his sincere kindness. My deepest condolences, Kim Wright and Koda.
Kim Wright

Gods blessings Ann and your family We will keep you in our prayers.
Michael and Barbara Grunte

It was just not the same today as Eva and I visited St. Francis Xavier School today. We missed your smiling face, jokes and Miss Molly’s larger than life ears! You and Miss Molly were missed by the students and staff. I will forever be grateful for friendship and mentorship. Sincerest condolences, Ann and to the rest of your family. Gwen Klatt and Eva
Gwen Klatt and Eva

I want to take this opportunity to recognize and thank Frank for his selfless service to the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program and the many clients that benefited from his and Molly Mae's caring presence. He will truly be missed. Our prayers go out to his family, friends and colleagues. God bless!
Brian Cole, CEO, St. John Council for Ontario

I met Frank at Great Lakes Secondary School. My dog Sophie and I enjoyed spending time with both Frank and Molly. We will miss them!
Janine Baxter

To Ann and your family, thank you for sharing Frank and Molly Mae with our St. John Ambulance family. He was so respected and his commitment unwavering. His is a contribution that cannot be adequately expressed in mere words. We know you will miss him dearly, as will we. Our heart-felt condolences and prayers. Ed The Honourable Ed Holder, P.C., CStJ, ICD.D Patron, St. John Ambulance, Southwestern Ontario
Ed Holder

Ann, Molly and family. We are so sorry for the loss of Frank. He was such a wonderful and caring man. We will miss our doggie playdates and visits. He will be missed by so many. Jodie, Randy and Shelby
Jodie Lebert

Dear Ann and family. I am so sorry for your loss. Frank was a lovely, supportive person with a big heart.. My thoughts and prayers for all.
Judy Obelnycki

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