Frank Dittrich Death, Obituary – Our tour guide, friend, and fervent supporter of Lake George, Frank Dittrich, passed away unexpectedly on the morning of Monday, December 12, 2022. We are forced to deliver the news to you that he has passed away, and doing so fills us with both profound sorrow and a sense of heaviness in our hearts. The news came as a shock to all of us, and we are going to miss him more than we are able to appropriately express in words the extent of our sadness at his departure. Caitlin, Paul and Carla, and the rest of the family, as well as Kathleen and their children Thomas and Hannah, Caitlin, Paul and Carla, and the rest of the family, are grateful for your support, patience, and understanding both now and in the weeks that are to come.
Caitlin, Paul and Carla, and the rest of the family. Caitlin, Paul and Carla, and the rest of the family. Caitlin, Paul, and Carla, as well as the rest of the members of the family We will all have a difficult time coming to terms with the loss of a person who was a much-loved husband and father, devoted friend, and genuine, upbeat, and selfless personality who was an example to a significant number of people in our world. He served as an example to a significant number of people in our world. The Singleton Sullivan Potter Funeral Home, which can be found at 407 Bay Road in the Queensbury district of New York City, will be the location of the visitation that will take place on the evening of Friday, December 16, 2022. It will take place from three to six o’clock in the evening.
At seven o’clock that evening, an immediate reception will be hosted for all of the friends and family of the participants at The Inn at Erlowest, which is located at 3178 Lake Shore Drive in Lake George, New York. This event will be held in honor of the participants. Evening guests should expect the event to get underway at seven o’clock. Instead of sending flowers, the family would appreciate it if donations could be sent to the Ronald McDonald Family Retreat, which is held at Krantz Cottage on an annual basis. You can send your donations to the RMHC of the Capital Region at the following address: 139 S. Lake Ave., Albany, New York 12208. On the memo line of your check, be sure to put “Krantz Cottage.”
A donation can also be made by visiting the website rmhcofalbany.org, where you will also have the opportunity to leave a statement remembering the fallen along with your contribution.