In Memory Of
COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR VISITATION
Upon entering the building:
1. Under Governor Andrew Cuomo's guidance, all visitors must keep a mask or face covering on at all times and practice social distancing during the entire duration of their visitation.
2. All persons attending will have their temperature taken upon entering the building. People attending will be asked to provide contact information (Full name and telephone number or email) for contact tracing should it become necessary. No contact information will be used for solicitation, this is solely for the Department of Health.
3. Each Chapel has it's own maximum capacity, Fairchild Sons will police this policy and we thank you for your cooperation in following their directions. In the event that the chapel becomes at maximum capacity, we will request for you to wait outside of the building until someone else leaves the visitation. At that time we will make you aware that you are able to enter the building to pay your respects.
Thank you for your cooperation during this time
Frank is survived by his daughter Lynn. He was predeceased by his wife of 56 years Grace (Schwartz) as well as his parents Arthur and Anna (Schroeder) Morehouse and his older brother Robert.
During WWII, Frank was a plane spotter for the Army Air Corps while still in high school. After graduation in 1945 he enlisted in the Navy. In 1949 he married the love of his life Grace. When the Korean conflict began, despite being in the Navy Reserve, he was drafted into the Army and became a cartographic draftsman. He later spent 38 years with the US Postal Service working in the east end of Mineola. He was also proud volunteer member of the Mineola Fire Dept. for many years. In later years he loved his garden and planted giant sunflowers annually. He was a lifelong resident of Mineola and loved recalling the way it once was. He was born the year Lindbergh flew and died the year a rover landed on Mars. He knew almost everyone downtown and he will be missed.