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His roses were some of the most beautiful flowers ever seen.Frank will be remembered for his generous heart, warm smile, playful nature and his never ending stories. Frank is survived by three sons and one daughter: Manuel (Manny) of Beaverton, David of Anchorage, Olivia of Beaverton and Danny of Salem; grandchildren: Nicole, Alexis, Andre, Jacob; great grandchild: Tobias; sister Aida Xavier.Carol was born on February 18, 1940 in Corpus Christi, Texas.She lived in Texas, New Jersey, Shreveport and, after retirement from the surgical intensive care unit as a nurse supervisor, moved to Oregon to be closer to her daughter and her family.Cal served a term as president of Illahe Hills Country Club and after retiring, spent 10 years volunteering with the Oregon Golf Association, rating golf courses all over Oregon and southern Washington.Calvins greatest joys were his children, grandchildren, and attending hundreds of musical and sporting events over the last decade.
Carol loved spending time with family as well as traveling (especially to Italy), stitching, cooking and spending time with friends of the Newcomers group.
The family would like to give a special thanks to Dr.
Natasha Tiffany, whose compassionate care gave us years more of family time and quality life with Carol.
Following graduation from Williams, Calvin married Elizabeth Borden Russell of Westfield, New Jersey. Collins did his internship and residency through the University of Rochester at Strong Memorial Hospital, participating in a US Air Force sponsorship. He remained a partner in the practice until his retirement in 1995. Collins served as chief of surgery and president of the hospital medical staff.
Following completion of his residency, Calvin was commissioned into the Air Force, beginning what would be a fifteen year career. Following 2 1/2 years in Turkey, Cal and the family moved to San Antonio, Texas, where he joined the vascular surgery teaching staff at Wilford Hall Hospital, Lackland Air Force Base, and was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He also worked along with several talented technicians and other colleagues to establish the Salem Hospital Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory.