Francis "Frank" Mansfield

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A Memorial Service has yet to be scheduled but plans will be made available at a later date. 

Francis “Frank” Mansfield passed away peacefully Sunday January 23, with family at bedside.

Frank was born December 8, 1941 in Yacolt, Washington. He studied Sociology at the University of Washington and Botany at San Jose State University. Frank was a beloved professor at Trinity Western University and later the much loved driver’s ed instructor of Performance Driving Schools. Frank had a passion and a gift for teaching and listening. He loved gardening and landscaping.

Frank is preceded in death by his wife Joy. He is survived by his children, Willis Mansfield (Sarah) and Michal Wiseman (Alan). His grandchildren are Peyton, Harper and Jared.

Donations in Frank’s memory can be made to the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research at A special thank you to Lakeside Gardens who took such loving care of our Frank for the past 2 years.


From Brenda Chretin


you will be greatly missed, hoping from the bottom of my heart your departure was peacefull and pain less. Hoping you are now by Joys side, sitting by the sea, reading a book, having some tea. . My most loving thoughts and vibes to you and all the family always. All my love Brenda Chretin 

Jan 27, 2022

From Lois Polf

Blessing to all of Frank's family.  I remember when I first met Frank when he was president of Mount Baker Rotary.  Such a soft spoken, intelligent and very caring man. We will miss him.

Jan 27, 2022

From Mike Collins

Thank you Frank for everything you gave to this family. Your love, your friendship to all, and mostly for always being by Joy's side. None of us could have wished for a better brother in law. You will be missed. Say hi to Joy for us. 



Jan 27, 2022

From Todd W

A good man. I only had the privilege of knowing Frank for a few years but even in his illness he was a committed Rotarian and community servant. Sincere condolences to the family.

Jan 28, 2022

From Karen Timmer

I always loved visiting with Frank. He was a great member of Mt. Baker Rotary and his dedication to the clus and his service above self was evident even with his limitations the last few years. Prayers for comfort for his family. 

Jan 28, 2022

From Mira Swiecicki

Frank was a kind and thoughtful man. His love of music was a gift he shared and he will be deeply missed. With sympathy, to his family.

Jan 29, 2022

From Dale Vander Giessen

I met Frank through Rotary. Frank and I both were 35 year plus club members. We served on the board together and he had a interst in international projects and loved having the committee meetings at his home in the evening with refreshment that more resembled a meal.

Makes you wonder how he could teach a class when you had to strain your ears to hear what he was saying. Frank was also one of the founders of the Wild Bird charity that fed so many school children on the weekends that needed food. He did this with a group of his former students at Trinity Western Universaty..

Feb 13, 2022

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