‘Frank hated funerals. He hated boxes.
So family and close friends “played Frank Sinatra all day long” – just as Frank would have wanted it. “The only criteria was, if you were there you had to be somebody that he adored, so it kept it nice and small”.
Kathie Lee also took some time to once again thanks people for their outpouring of support following her emotional return to the show on Monday.
One moment he’ll surely never forget is when his Live with Regis and Kathie Lee co-host met and fell in love with the man that would become her husband and the father to her children.
He would have turned 85 on Sunday, the same day as his wife’s 62nd birthday.
Philbin spoke with People magazine and had touching things to say about Frank.
We are so glad Kathie is speaking up about Frank’s legacy and we hope the family is doing well during this hard time. According to E!News, she described Frank as a man, who “trusted in a living God – not a religion, but a living God”.
Unfortunately, Kathie Lee wasn’t immune to her husband’s philandering.
Kathie Lee even opened up about her husband’s life and his unwavering faith during the “Today” show.
Kathie Lee Gifford said the gathering that is still in the planning stages will be “some way to celebrate Frank’s life that the public could come to”. “He might have been the happiest, most content person in the world at this point in his life”.
‘Honestly, he’s the most grateful human being I’ve ever, ever known.
In the tribute, Regis recalls visiting Frank just a week before his passing.
Gifford, a former New York Giants football star and popular Monday Night Football sportscaster, died August. 9 at his home in Connecticut of natural causes.
‘We’ll have number 16 on their helmets to honor Frank’.