Frank Worrell was born in Trinidad and Tobago on October 2, 1945. Frank now
joins his parents and brother, the late Arthur Worrell of Barbados, Agnes Worrell
of Saint Kitts, and brother Wilfred Phillips of Saint Kitts. Frank received his education
from Mucurapo Boys School in Trinidad and Osmond High School in Trinidad.
In 1978, Frank migrated from Trinidad to United States, where he enlisted in
the U.S. Army.
Frank then began his employment at the Quincy Shipyard, he
drove taxi and his final employment was at Salvation Army, where he served, assisted
and retired as a counselor for homeless families in 2008.
In 1987, Frank met his queen Pamela, who later in 1995 became his wife.
Their union united with 5 children; Learie, Dana (Twanda), Tristan (Rochelle),
Freida and DeeDee (David).
Frank had a charming and welcoming personality where everyone enjoyed
being in his presence. Frank was known for his slick tongue and sarcastic
comments. He would say things like “Ya understand”, “Stick break in ya ear” “Shut
ya beak” “Ya damn buzzard” and “Imma blister ur tail”. Frank had a special love
for cooking. He was a master and known for his famous corn meal dumplings
soup, roast beef and pelau. He loved to sink, groove and tune the steelpan; where
he earned his name as the “BOSTON HAMMER”. Frank also had a love for birds
and building bird cages.
Frank was a devoted husband, father, grandpa, brother and uncle. He was always
loving and compassionate towards his family.
Frank leaves to cherish memories of his wife Pamela Worrell, 5 children, 12
grandchildren, 3 god-sons, sister Wendy Waithe of Boston, brother Trevor Ward
of Trinidad, Aunt Gladys of New York, niece Natasha Cardoza (Shawn), great niece
Saisha Cardoza Of Easton Mass, nephew Martin Waithe of Boston Ma, great
nephews Shawn and Nathaniel Cardoza of Easton Mass. In-laws Wanda Pryor,
Edward Coleman (Mary), Ronald Coleman (Debra), Marc Coleman (Isilda) all of
Boston Ma. He also leaves a host of other loving relatives and friends.