Scott Franz

Scott Jay Franz

July 15, 1948 - December 29, 2022
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  4. There are also times when Company may make certain Personal Information about you available to strategic partners or third parties. These companies may help Company process information, render services to you, manage and enhance customer data, provide customer service, assess your interest in products and services, or conduct research or satisfaction surveys. Without such information being made available, it would be difficult for you to use Company's Site and services.

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Company may be sold, sell or buy businesses or assets of businesses, or merge with another business. In such transactions, Personal Information generally is one of the transferred business assets. Also, in the event that Company, a line of business of Company, or substantially all the assets of Company are transferred, Personal Information may well be one of the transferred assets. Company will make a reasonable effort to provide notice on the Site, and to notify you via e-mail to the most recent e-mail address that you have provided of any such change in ownership or control of your personal information.

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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday, January 2nd, 2023 | 12:00pm
    Monday, January 2nd, 2023 12:00pm
    Sol Levinson's Chapel
    8900 Reisterstown Road
    Pikesville, MD 21208
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  • Interment

    Oheb Shalom Memorial Park
    430 Berrymans Lane
    Reisterstown, Maryland 21136
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Donations are being accepted for:
Lewy Body Dementia Association

912 Killian Hill Road S.W., Lilburn, GA 30047


Scott Jay Franz, of Lutherville, MD, passed away on Thursday, December 29th, 2022 at the age of 74. He is survived by his loving wife, Linda Franz (nee Reis); devoted children, Kevin (Randi) Franz and Molly Franz (Mark Lachowicz); beloved brother, Keith (Denise) Franz; adored granddaughter, Alexis Franz. He was predeceased by his loving parents, Phyllis "Gigi" and Robert Franz and beloved brother, Jeffrey Brian Franz.

Services at Sol Levinson's Chapel, 8900 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, MD 21208, on Monday, January 2nd, 2023 at 12 pm. Interment Oheb Shalom Memorial Park, Berrymans Lane. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the Lewy Body Dementia Association, 912 Killian Hill South S.W., Lilburn, GA 30047 or to the charity of your choice.
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Rochelle Hayward Lachance

Posted at 04:37pm
I knew Scott and Linda from working with Linda at the Forbush School.
She was a teacher at the time and eventually became a Social Worker. We spend many Christmases at the home of Ruth and Fred Mullins. Ruth was the Forbes School Secretary and she and Fred were so kind. Scott was a pleasant and thoughtful person, liked by everyone and just someone who brings a smile to you face. The marriage story of Linda and Scott and there two children is so precious and wonderful. I am so glad that I had to opportunity to know them!

Sandy Benney

Posted at 12:38pm
Dear Keith and Denise,
I am so sorry for your loss! May Scott's memory be a blessing to all of you and may the good times and his warm smile stay with you forever.

Alex Rothstein

Posted at 11:02am
Kevin and family,

I was so saddened to hear of Scott's passing. I loved spending weekend nights at your house way back when; your father (and family) was such a welcoming and kind-hearted man. I know we've lost touch over the years, but I know you carry that beautiful torch. Thinking of you, Linda, and Molly.

Devera Levin

Posted at 09:10pm
Dear Linda and family, we are so very sorry for your loss!! We wish you and your family peace , comfort and healing!!!! May your memories of Scott always be for a blessing!! Love, Devera, Andy, Samantha, Daniel and Lais Levin, Annafaye Joffe

Janet Tegeler

Posted at 10:16am
So, it's the morning after Scott's beautiful service, and as I view the foggy morning from my home window, I feel compelled to put some thoughts into words.
To me, a successful life means that you enjoyed a happy one, had the means to live comfortably, had mutually loving relationships with family and friends, and achieved personal accomplishments that were important to you and enriched your life, as well as the world around you. Scott Franz fulfilled all of these. His was a life so well-lived. I don't think it gets better than that.
I came to Franz Printing as an employee when it was still known as Varied Printing, back in November of 1976. Actually, at that time, Varied Printing also housed a smaller business known as Zenith Typesetting, where I obtained my first job upon graduation from college. The Franzes hired me as a paste-up artist, even though my left arm was in a sling from dislocating my shoulder the weekend before my employment began. It was no easy task to work using a light table and T-square with that hindrance; but the family gave me a chance, and I am very grateful for that.
I worked at Franz Printing for over 28 years. The Franz family was like a second family to me. They saw me through young adulthood, boyfriends, my first car, an appendectomy, my first apartment, my first ownership of a condo, and finally, my engagement. I guess one could say that I grew up at Franz Printing.
While working there, my job duties changed, and I eventually had the privilege of working with Scott in his office. The position was called an "offset stripper," which leaves the opportunity wide open for wisecracks; so suffice it to say I was just working with the film negatives. But, it was there that I chatted with Scott while we worked, and we got to know each other well. I was always intrigued by his soft whistling as he worked, and I will mention that he was often whistling the theme from Zeffirelli's Romeo & Juliet film, which I learned was the theme song from his wedding.
In addition to whistling, I remember Scott often sucking on a lollipop while at work. He'd walk around like a little kid with the stick hanging out of his mouth.
It was during those days when Scott and I discussed movies (the "slice of life" ones, as he referred to them), books, Academy Awards commentary, restaurants, and general life matters. And, it was always a real treat when he'd say, "Got a story for ya." Scott had a special knack for delivering the greatest of stories, and somehow he always seemed to be involved in situations that lent themselves to crafting these stories. Most were hilarious twists of madcap mishaps or uncanny human behavior. For instance, one time in New York City, he "saw someone picking on someone who was picking on someone else."
On another note, I can remember several times when Scott extended kindnesses to me - The first was when I had taken my cat, Rio to my parent's house in Woodlawn, and he had inadvertently gotten outside and lost. I was heartsick over it and could not find him for days. I thought I'd never see him again. Scott joined me over at my parent's house after work one day, where we searched a nearby wooded area for my cat, calling his name repeatedly. Fortunately, Rio was found on another day. And, as Scott would have said, "Oh, Happy Day!"
Scott brought me a beautiful basket with silk tulips that he and Linda had bought when I moved into my first apartment. I enjoyed it for quite some time until Rio started to tear off the tulips.
Scott also went "above and beyond" when he went to Woodward & Lothrop's in Columbia Mall and pleaded with a salesperson to let him purchace a "Culinary Arcade" tin that was on display in the houseware's section. It was an artsy, Art Deco decorated tin that I just had to have for my home. The store had dozens of them on display, but they weren't for sale. It sounded like Scott had to work very hard to convince the salesperson to let him buy just one. By the way, three residences later, that tin is still decorating my home. It will always be a treasure to me.
Scott also very kindly visited my father in the hospital one time. It is acts like all of these, among others, that made Scott the person who he was and so appreciated!
I could say so much more; however, I suppose I need to wrap this up and end on a humorous note... I used to tease Scott about the lunches he'd bring to work. If it was tuna, the life would be squuezed out of that can of tuna, even if it was packed in water. No extra unhealthy juice or oils for Scott! And, once when I made fun of the way his roast beef sandwich looked, he then referred to all of his future roast beef sandwiches as "shoes." Like, I'd say, "What's for lunch?" And he'd respond, "Shoes."
Equally humorous to me was hearing Scott's stories of manic urgency to get frozen or cold food home from the grocery store before it thawed or spoiled. And, speaking of the grocery store, I also got a kick of hearing about how many times a customer at the Giant would approach Scott, thinking he was employed there because of his attire of a nice shirt and tie.
Continuing on the food theme, I was and will always be a "foodie," and Scott recognized it, immediately. He'd tease me about all the stuff I ate that he would never in a million years touch, for fear of fat and calories. One birthday, he awarded me with a "Good Eater Award," which looks like a ribbon one would win at a county fair. It still hangs on the door of my refrigerator.
Scott was more than a "boss" to me; he was my friend. I will miss him greatly. Several of the memorial books I worked on at Franz Printing, many years ago, used to post a quote, "To live in the hearts of those we love is never to die." Scott will live on.

Renee and Scott Furman

Posted at 09:57am
Thoughts and prayers to all the family. Our deepest condolences.

Harriet Silver

Posted at 09:55pm
Dear Linda and family,
Mark and I are sending our deepest sympathies for your incredible loss. Scott was truly the nicest, kindest gentleman!!
We are sending our love and prayers. We know that Scott’s great love and memories will live on forever.
Harriet and Mark Silver


Eileen Grosshandler

Posted at 01:15pm
Linda, I’m so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. His journey was very hard and he was lucky to have you and your children to love him so dearly. May you find peace in all the happy memories you created together.

John Polan

Posted at 10:16am
Keith, Denise, and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about Scott's passing. Such a kindhearted, warm and friendly good guy and mensch. Sending sincere condolences to you and your family. May Scott's memory be for a blessing.


Larry Polen

Posted at 09:59am
To Linda and the rest of the Franz family
Please accept my condolences.
I was a classmate of Scott from Wellwood though graduation from
Pikesville in 1966. I have fond memories. Scott was always warm and friendly.
One of the good guys, and a real gentleman. I'm saddened that he is gone.

Marty Taubenfeld

Posted at 09:33am
Scott was a sensational man. He will be sorely missed by all who were fortunate to have
known him,

Leslie Hantman

Posted at 08:07am
So sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. Although our paths hadn’t crossed in a while, I have clear memories of him working at Camp Milldale, visiting Linda at GWU, playing tennis with Ira, and so many more. Such a great guy. He will be sorely missed. Leslie and Ira Hantman

Ilona Shillman

Posted at 12:08am
To friend Keith and Family, so sorry to hear about Scott's passing. May his memory be a blessing.

Judy Wilen Schloss

Posted at 12:05am
My condolences on the loss of your brother. Thinking of you at this difficult time. May his memory be for a blessing.

Barbara Jacobson

Posted at 10:19pm
Linda and Family:
So sorry for your profound loss. May your wonderful memories carry you through this most difficult time

Ilene Meister

Posted at 05:25pm
Dear Linda, Kevin, and Molly,
My deepest condolences on your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Lynn Isaac

Posted at 04:01pm
Keith and Denise, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Scott. May all your memories be a blessing during this difficult time!

Leslie B. Papel,Au.D.

Posted at 03:08pm
May his memory be a blessing.

Wendy Berkow

Posted at 10:29am
Dear Keith, Denise, and Families, My thoughts are with you at this very, sad time. This family of Mench’s set the example for others. I’m so sorry to hear about Scott.

Sheila Mentz

Posted at 10:24am
Dear Linda,
I was so sorry to hear of Scott's passing. I always enjoyed coming and seeing the Franz family at the office for my printing needs for Kappa Guild. Scott was a wonderful gentleman, always with a smile. My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy. May you be comforted by the memories that you have.

Cookie & Jeff Winer

Posted at 10:02am
Denise & Keith, we are so very sorry for your loss. May fond memories be a comfort to you at this difficult time.

Robert Slatkin

Posted at 08:05am
Dear Keith and Denise,
So sorry to hear of your brother's passing. Your fond memories of Scott will be a blessing.

Lauren (Brenner) Halle

Posted at 12:19am
I'm so sorry for your loss. Sending my deepest condolences.

Deborah, Harvey and Marc Grossblatt

Posted at 11:12pm
To Linda and Molly: So sorry to learn of Scott's passing. I always enjoyed talking with him as he walked or jogged through the neighborhood. He was such a kind gentle soul who will be sorely missed by all who knew him. May his spirit guide all of you and your loved ones forever.

Cheryl McGoines

Posted at 07:55pm
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Scott. Sending my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love that surrounds you. Also, I pray that your memories and the love you shared help you find peace.

Carol Millman-Cohen

Posted at 05:20pm
Linda, Keith, Denise, and Franz family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your husband, brother, father, and grandfather. May your loving memories of Scott give you strength and solace to get you through these difficult times, and may his name always be for a blessing.

Sundae Newton

Posted at 02:20pm
Keith and Denise, My heart breaks for you. Scott was such a warm soul. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Hugs

Jake and Debbie Jacobson

Posted at 12:42pm
Keith & Denise

We are saddened to hear of such an untimely and terrible loss. We will forever be impressed by such a wonderful family. May his memory be for a blessing.

Bruce Lubich & Barbara Werner-Lubich

Posted at 11:35am
Linda, Keith, Denise and the rest of Scott's family.
Barbara and I are very sorry to learn about Scott's passing. We have many fond memories, including his gentle manner and big smile. We'll miss him. May his memory be for a blessing.

Emelie Schwab

Posted at 11:20am
Dearest Keith and Denise and family,
My sincere sympathy on the loss of your brother. May his love and strength fill the holes in your hearts and his memory is surely a blessing to all.

Karen Teplitzky

Posted at 10:52am
Dear Keith, Denise and Franz family, sincere condolences and deepest sympathy on the devastating loss of Scott. My only indelible memory of him goes back to Wellwood Elementary and his starting role as Rip van Winkle. I was an adoring fan! Reading the other tributes here, it's clear that he continued to have quite the fan base. I hope they bring you great comfort even while you mourn Scott, gone way too soon.

The Teplitzkys

Stuart Freed

Posted at 10:23am
So sorry to hear of Scott's passing. The Franz household on Chippewa Dr. was always full of life and welcoming.

John Abosch

Posted at 10:01am
Linda, Kevin, Molly, Keith, Denise and Family
I am so sorry to hear about Scott‘s passing. He was a great guy, and loved you guys to the moon and back.

Richard & Mimi Azrael

Posted at 08:44am
Keith, Denise & Family,
Our sincere condolences on the loss of Scott. Sad day for the Franz extended family and friends.

Amy & Howard Mazer

Posted at 06:31am
Linda, Keith and Denise....Sending heartfelt condolences and thinking of you all at this difficult time...

Reneé (Coblenzer) Feller

Posted at 05:58am
Keith and family - sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you during this difficult time. May Scott’s memory be for a blessing.

Fran and Steven Baum

Posted at 11:45pm
Dear Linda, Keith, Denise and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. We always enjoyed seeing and speaking to him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Ethel Goldfein

Posted at 10:34pm
Dear Keith and Family,
Over the years, Robin has told me many stories about your brother, his wife and family. She admired the loving and giving relationships. I am sorry for your loss. May you all find strength in the good memories.

Stanton Ades

Posted at 10:03pm
To Linda and the Franz family,
Please accept my sincere condolences on Scott’s passing. From Wellwood, Sudbrook and Pikesville High, good times all.

Linda and Alan Kreshtool

Posted at 08:15pm
Dear Keith and Denise:

We were so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. We met him only once or twice but we thoroughly enjoyed being in his company. May his memory be for a blessing.

Alan Cohn

Posted at 06:47pm
Keith & Family - I will always remember the Steal the Flag games that Scott would organize in the backyards behind Cherokee & Chippewa Drive. Even though I was seven years younger - Scott always made me feel like one of the big boys.
Always remember the good times !

Stuart Fribush

Posted at 05:13pm
Dear Franz Family: In the summer of 1957, our family moved from Pimlico to Apache Circle. I was 8 years old and knew no one in the neighborhood. Someone mentioned that some kids my age played baseball (with a tennis ball), behind the Franz house on Chippewa Dr. I mustered the courage to show up and was immediately welcomed by Scott and I have never forgotten that. We were classmates at Wellwood, Sudbrook, and PHS. I am very sorry to learn that Scott is no longer with us. He was a great guy.

Maxine and Bob Lowy

Posted at 04:15pm
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of a wonderful and sweet guy. Scott always had a smile and a kind word. Hold your love and your memories close. May Scott's memory be a blessing to all who knew and loved him

Phyllis & Jeffrey Cramer

Posted at 04:04pm
Scott was a wonderful person, kind and thoughtful, always asking about family. He will be missed by all who knew him. May his memory be a blessing—for us the soccer years and warm friendship

Shelley Kartman Sarsfield

Posted at 03:37pm
Another “old friend” from Wellwood School days..I,too, remember Rip Van Winkle in the 60s..met up with Scott again years later when I would help my dad (Bob Kartman) out by bringing paperwork from his consulting business to Franz Printing..such a lovely family. Sending heartfelt condolences.

Dennis Eder

Posted at 03:34pm
Dear Franz family. The entire Eder (READER) family want to extend their heartfelt and sincere condolences to you. For many many years we looked forward to Scott, Kevin, Keith and Seth’s Sunday selections. We know how much he enjoyed his participation. We fondly remember our trip to Maryland to meet him. May he Rest In Peace. Andrea Dennis and Zachary

Gail Rosenberg

Posted at 02:39pm
The Franz Family became my family - I worked for Varied Printing which became Franz Printing for over 33 years - it’s hard to even write this thru my tears - Linda, you know how much I love you - Sadye, Gigi, Bob,
Jeff and now Scottie will forever be in my heart. Sincere condolences to all the wonderful Franz family. Gail and Sandy

Freddi Citrenbaum Flax

Posted at 02:18pm
My deepest condolences to you and your family. May Scott’s memory bring you peace and joy.

janie s.

Posted at 02:12pm
dear franzes -- another of the "wellwood" family here. a hundred years ago (in 1960...), scott and i (classmates in mrs. neel's 6th grade) shared the stage (w/ **many** of our class- and schoolmates...) in "the rip van winkle operetta" -- w/ scott as rip and me as his shrewish wife, dame van winkle. (actually, there were two "principal" casts, w/ the other led by another rip and dame... [and yes -- ours was *definitely* the one to have seen! ;-) ]) scott's natural kindness and sweetness -- on-stage and off- -- never failed to show through his most beautiful blue eyes. was truly saddened to learn of his death today and send you all my deepest condolences. keeping fond memories of scott -- as i'm certain you do as well!

Allan Amernick

Posted at 01:30pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Great memories of old days! RIP Scotty!

Sally Pruce Schramm Block

Posted at 01:12pm
Dear Keith, Denise, and Family,
The Wellwood people remember the Franz family from way back. My sincere condolences during this sad time. May your cherished memories be a comfort and a blessing to you.

Ruth Savanuck

Posted at 01:05pm
Dear Linda,
You had such good instincts at the ripe age of 19 or 20 when you decided that Scott was "The One." I remember you saying that not only were you in love with him, but you loved his entire family!
I will always think of him as a kind and gentle soul with sparkling eyes and a warm smile.
Sending my heartfelt condolences along with strength and love to you and your family.
Look forward to seeing you soon in Florida.
Ruth Savanuck

Steve Silber

Posted at 12:30pm
Keith/Denise & Family
I’m truly sorry to learn of the passing of your Brother. My thoughts & prayers go out all.

Barbara T. Cohen

Posted at 11:46am
Dearest Linda and Family,
Please accept my deepest sympathies on your profound loss. My "Aunt" Barbara Beer did so much work for your family and that is how I was introduced to Gigi and Bob. You and I were classmates at Northwestern. I know this is such a difficult time. I hope the warm memories shared by so many and your own beautiful memories will comfort you today and in the time that follows. May his memory be for a blessing.

Margie Eichberg schmier

Posted at 11:36am
Dear Linda
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.

Elyse Komitzsky

Posted at 11:33am
Keith and family: I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve lost your brother. I share your loss and sorrow. May his memory be a blessing.

Arlene Mirsky

Posted at 11:27am
To Scott’s Family,
I’m so sorry about the loss of Scott.Many times in the years before scott got sick, he would walk at Pikesville high track . I would be doing the same , so we would walk together. In thoughts times I got to meet a wonderful guy . We would talk about , movies , places to go to eat ,our families,, life in general .He was kind and fun to spent time with while doing our walk.

My sympathy to the family .He was a gem .

Steve and Tobie Gross

Posted at 11:23am
Dear Keith, Denise, Linda and the Entire Franz Family,
Our Deepest Condolences of the passing of Scott, a genuinely warm friendly person to everyone he met. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. May he rest in peace and his memory be a blessing!

Marcia Friedlander

Posted at 11:01am
Keith, Denise and Family
so very sorry to learn of the passing of your brother. Sincere condolences to your family. May Scott forever Rest in Peace.

Linda & Stanley Nachimson

Posted at 10:51am
To the Entire Franz Family,
We were so very sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. He always had a smile on his face and was so friendly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very sad time. May his memory be of a Blessing.

Marcie Jacobson Meyers

Posted at 10:25am
Keith and family: I'm sorry to learn of the passing of your brother. I know it's been a hard extended time for you. However; he will be in your thoughts and heart forever. May his memory be a blessing for all.

Gary Seidman

Posted at 10:12am
Keith and Denise,
I was so sorry to hear the loss of your beloved brother and brother-in-law, Scott. I send my condolences to your family.

Patty Shaivitz Leve

Posted at 10:05am
To the Franz family,
I have wonderful memories from many years ago, working with Scott for all of the printing needs for my fledgling calligraphy business. I am sure that I still have some of those printed pieces that he helped me with. He was a true mensch. I am so sorry to hear about his passing. Please accept my deepest condolences. May his memory be for a blessing.

Joanne Fox Sharoky

Posted at 09:35am
Linda and family, I’m sending my condolences and praying that Scott’s memory be for a blessing. ❤️

ellen wollman

Posted at 09:24am
My Dear Linda and Family, I was so saddened to learn of your beloved Scott's passing. Please accept my sincere condolences and heartfelt prayers. Even though we haven't been in touch lately I think of you often my special friend and the wonderful times we shared. I know what a loving and devoted marriage you had with Scott and what a caring and devoted life you had with your entire family. Be assured that you will be surrounded by those who will support you unconditionally and help you to remember the wonderful memories you all share. May Scott Rest In Peace knowing that he had the BEST life possible and may this comfort you. Much love, Ellen Wollman

Rich and Karen Feldman, Arizona

Posted at 09:21am
Dear Keith and Denise,
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved brother. Please know our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. May he rest in peace and his memory be a blessing.

Sheri Goldscher

Posted at 08:49am
Keith and Denise,
We are so very sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. May his memory always be for a blessing. Our condolences to your entire family.

Sheri and Ken Goldscher

Rv. Robin Cushner

Posted at 08:31am
Dear Franz Family,
I use the term "family" like so many others who posted messages for Gigi and Bob made everyone feel special and they passed this sacred quality onto their sons. Scott was always the kind, gentle soul and his passing leaves a hole in our hearts. You all created a full life with the most wonderful family and friends.
The prayer we say "May the Almighty comfort you amongst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem" says it best: although it is you that is mourning the loss of this loving soul, Scott, everyone he's met over the years and the entire Jewish people share in your sorrow. I pray you soon find comfort in all the beautiful memories and knowing that we share in your sorrow. Remember, he is only a thought away, still loving you from afar.
Wish I could be there to help out but my mother has been having medical issues and I am, presently, helping sit shiva for another loved one. Sending all of you hugs and heartfelt condolences-

Terry Weiner

Posted at 08:26am
To Keith and the entire Franz family,

I was saddened to see that Scott passed away. May the memories you have sustain you in the days to come. My deepest condolences,

Renee & Burt King

Posted at 08:03am
Dear Keith and Denise:
Our hearts go out to you on the loss of your brother and brother-in-law, Scott. We extend to the entire family our sincerest sympathy. May his memory always bring smiles and may it always rest in the warmth of your hearts.

Bettye Talles Leibowitz

Posted at 08:00am
I remember Scott so well from our high school years. He went to Pikesville. I went to Forest Park. We “dated” and everyone fell in love with his beautiful blue eyes. He was always so much fun, cool and friendly. I always enjoyed running into him as adults as we updated each other about our families. Please accept my sincere condolences and hope that your wonderful memories will make this time easier .

Debbie Marc Attman

Posted at 07:56am
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time!

Natalie Paymer Ellis

Posted at 07:50am
Linda, Molly, and family: Charlie and I send our heartfelt condolences at this saddest of times. Scott was fortunate to have such a wonderful and loving family.
May his memory be for a blessing.

Sheryl and Stuart Title

Posted at 07:49am
Denise and Keith,
Sending heartfelt condolences. May your loving memories be a source of comfort.


Posted at 07:35am
Linda, we only reconnected at our NW girls lunch. Say not in grief 'he is no more' but in thankfulness that he was". Hebrew Proverb
May you be comforted in the days to come by talking and sharing all of your wonderful memories.

Jo-Anne Tucker-Zemlak

Posted at 06:59am
Keith and Denise
I wanted to extend my condolences on your brothers passing. In time I hope his warm smile becomes a warm memory.

Barbara Fox Williamson

Posted at 06:57am
Dear Keith and family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you and your family are in my prayers. I hope that you will find peace of heart in your loving memories.

Bonnie Lipman Levitt Scottsdale AZ

Posted at 06:43am
Linda and family, I am tremendously saddened to learn of Scott’s passing. My hope is that your family finds comfort in the happy times with Scott. May his memory be forever a blessing.

Andrea Breault

Posted at 06:31am
Dear Linda: I was so heartbroken for you when I read that Scott had passed away. I can only hope that you are finding at least some consolation in knowing how your love, devotion and tireless support sustained him for as long as it did. Sam and I both send our love and most sincere condolences to you and your wonderful family.

Carol and Robert Keehn

Posted at 06:15am
Keith and Denise. Our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved brother. May his memory be a blessing at this difficult time.

Brian snyder

Posted at 06:14am
I’m sorry for your loss .

Rhoda Siegel Simkin

Posted at 06:10am
Keith and family,
Please accept my most sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved brother Scott. May memories comfort you, may friends sustain you, and may hope guide your way to a brighter tomorrow.

Tamara (Rudo) Levitas

Posted at 05:45am
Franz family. Scott was such a gentle soul. I met him when my parents used Franz for all their business printing and I continued the tradition until there was no more Franz printing.

Debbie & Chuck Colton

Posted at 11:43pm
Dear Linda, Kevin, Molly, Keith, Denise and the rest of the Franz family,
Our hearts are broken. Scott was the sweetest, kindest soul ever, and we’re deeply sorry for your loss. We have many fond memories of great times shared with Scott and all of you. Our hope is that his memory will bring you comfort. We love you.

Bonnie Rudo-Grosso

Posted at 11:37pm
Linda, how fortunate you and Scott have been to have had so many loving years together. I know he appreciated the loving, supportive and selfless care you gave him.
My sincerest condolences to you and your beautiful family. May Scott's memory be for a blessing.

Sheldon Braffman

Posted at 10:53pm
Very sorry to hear of Scott's passing. He was a true and kind gentleman. RIP, Scott

Leslie Reichlyn Walters

Posted at 09:48pm
Linda,I am so sorry to learn of your loss. I know the last few years were difficult but the times we spoke you were so strong. I’m sure you have many wonderful memories. I hope they comfort you at this sad time. May Scott’s memory be for a blessing.

Leslie and Joel Shapiro

Posted at 07:34pm
Dear Linda, Keith and the entire Franz family,
Joel and I are so saddened to learn that your beloved Scott has passed away.
We offer our most sincere condolences to all of you. Scott will always remain in our
hearts. May you take comfort in all the wonderful memories you have shared with
him through the years! All our love, Leslie and Joel Shapiro

Patrick Liebknecht

Posted at 06:38pm
To the Franz family, my deepest sympathy for all,
Having worked for Bon and Gigi and then Scott for 24 years, I can honestly say, when you worked for the Franz family you were not an employee, you were a member of their family.
I have to say starting with Bob and Gig, and then Scott , Franz Printing was the best job I ever had and Scott was the best Boss I could have ever hoped for.
Scott wasn’t just a boss, he was a friend, he will be missed by all.
Patrick liebknecht

Susan Lowenthal Rabin

Posted at 06:33pm
Linda and the entire Franz family, I was so sorry to hear about Scott. He was always so wonderful when we came to order invitations for our various simchas. He always came out to chat when we were being helped with our selections. I remember running into him at Suburban House and he always was friendly and warm. I remember he was such a good son-in-law to your mom, Linda, and to Rolf. I hope your memories will give you comfort. May Scott’s memory be for a blessing.

Steve and Sue Seidel, Palmetto Florida

Posted at 06:21pm
Sue and I are so sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. I enjoyed our Sunday breakfasts with him and the others at the Suburban House. May the memories that you have of him carry you through this most difficult time. Prayers coming your way.

Beth Schlein

Posted at 06:09pm
Keith - my deepest condolences on the passing of your brother. I hope the wonderful memories you and your family have will help you through this most difficult time.

Ruth and Marty Schnitzer

Posted at 05:52pm
Dear Linda and Family,

So sorry to hear of Scott’s passing. He was such a great, wonderful guy. May his memory be for a blessing and may he R.I.P.

Barry Cohan

Posted at 05:40pm
Dear Linda and family,
I was saddened to learn about Scott's passing. I remember him as always being a nice guy. I hope that his fond memories will give you some comfort. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May he rest in peace. He will be missed by all.

Caren and Brian Meritt

Posted at 05:40pm
Our deepest condolences to Linda, Molly, Kevin, Keith, Denise and the entire Franz family. May The memories of Scott’s warmth, humor and affection help you through this difficult time. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers!

Beth El Congregation

Posted at 05:27pm
Beth El Congregation expreses condolences on the loss of Scott Franz, brother and brother in law of our members Keith and Denise Franz, and to the entire family.

Steve & Melinda Hiken

Posted at 05:26pm
Dear Keith & Family,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. I have fond memories of Scott, we graduated high school together. His Dad was my Little League coach and we all met at his house before the games. He did our printing for our family events. We played lots of ball together at kids, mostly at Wellwood. Scott was an all-around good guy and will be greatly missed

Marsye Kaplan

Posted at 05:19pm
Dear Keith, Denise, and family,
Sending my deepest condolences on your loss. May your happy memories sustain you and give you strength.

edy bondroff

Posted at 05:16pm
Denise Keith and family
So sorry to hear of your brother's passing. Hopefully, when you pull the old albums off the shelves you have a lot of laughter from them. Thinking of you during this sad time and to the rest of the family members also


Posted at 05:12pm

Ruthye Steinberg

Posted at 05:08pm
Dear Keith, Denise and Family
My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved brother, Scott. My his memory always be for a blessing.

Debbie Lindsay

Posted at 04:59pm
To the entire Franz Family - Linda, Kevin, Molly, Keith and everyone else - we are so, so sorry to hear of Scott's passing and offer our deepest sympathies to all of you. I worked for Scott at Franz Printing for 19 years - my boyfriend, Pat worked there for 23. He was absolutely the best boss anyone could ever have. We have such fond, good memories of him and the printing business. We met a lot of his friends and relatives from working there and had many good times and wonderful memories. Work was not the same after we left in January, 2010 - it was like a light went out! We appreciated Scott having us as his employees and most of all we appreciated his friendship! My mom died April 17, 2021 and I will never forget that Scott called me the day of her funeral to let me know he was sorry about my mom passing away - it had been 11 years since I worked for him but he still thought of me and made that call - I cherished that call and will never forget that!
With Lots of Love,
Debbie Lindsay
Pat Liebknecht

Tiffany Schleupner (Ruby

Posted at 04:37pm
Sending my condolences to the wonderful Franz family. I worked for Scott many years ago and I love working with the full Franz family. I'm sad to hear the news and will have you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Betsy and Lou Narrow

Posted at 04:01pm
Dear Keith and Denise and family, our deepest condolences on the passing of your beloved brother. May all your memories be beautiful ones.

Rachel Ellis & Dave Maher

Posted at 03:38pm
Sending our condolences to the wonderful Franz family. We loved Scott, and have so many joyful memories, old and new, from his one-liners and check-ins with us as teenagers to Bachelor watch parties and his famous popcorn-making. All who knew Scott knew him to be a kind, warm, and generous person and a loving father. He is greatly missed.

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