Grant Frink unexpectedly passed away according to reactions from friends and loved ones on Monday, June 19, 2023. Grant, a graduate of Macksville High School was described as one of the kindest souls one can ever meet. The cause of death was not made known to the public.
Grant worked at DAVIS Electrical and studied HVACR(Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration) at Salina Area Technical College.
Brett Bishop wrote, “Grant Frink one of kindest souls I have ever met, I will forever cherish the short time we got to spend together along with the memories and all the laughter. You truly were one of a kind. Rest easy my friend.”
A Facebook user Kory Lee Frink wrote, “Grant Frink, TJ and I love you so much! You were an amazing brother to TJ and an amazing brother-in-law to me. You always filled the room with laughter and joy! I will cherish all of our memories we made. We know you are walking with Jesus now! We will see you again in heaven one day! We love you so much Grant!!”
Brett Huslig released a statement following the death of Grant Frink;
Grant, you weren’t just my cousin. You were the cousin my age getting into mischief together at Grammy and Papa’s whenever we could. The friend I could go to no matter the situation or time of day, you were always there. The influence who got me out of my shyness growing up and helping me explore the infinite adventures life can hold.
I remember the times you took me to Wilson lake blasting Redneck Yacht Club on the radio and always gave me shotgun so we could catch up, or my first real party my junior year of highschool that “didn’t” get busted and we swore to never tell my mom so she wouldn’t kill me. Filling in on the co-ed softball team that turned into haircuts in your kitchen and a get together that night for all your friends. The last time we hung out and both were too tired from work so we turned on the TV and both slept the rest of the day. There were many firsts and countless more adventures I will forever cherish with you.
Rest easy Grant, we’ll meet again