Frankie Corral Jr. III, 25, of Moses Lake was taken from our lives on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2007. Our family will deeply miss him.

Frankie was born June 17, 1981, in Sunnyside to Frank Corral Sr. and Lori Graff. He was raised in Grandview, where he attended grammar and middle school.

Frankie was a very happy little boy and always loved being a big brother. He was happy that his sisters and brother looked up to him. He always said to live life to its fullest. Everything he did, he did fast, like driving and his games. He enjoyed writing quietly and listening to his music.

At the age of 25, he found out he had a daughter, Nevaeh Corral, who melted his heart. Frankie had made a fresh start to better his life when this tragedy took him away. He loved his family so much and would never leave without his hugs, kisses and saying "I love you." Frankie was proud and strong, but around his family he was a kid at heart.

Frankie is survived by his daughter, Nevaeh of Moses Lake; father and step-mother, Frank Sr. and Maria Corral of Selah; mother, Lori Graff of Moses Lake; one brother, Kirk Corral of Othello; three sisters, Coty, Tamara and Maria, all of Selah; his grandparents, Richard and Sandra Graff of Othello, Edith Leal of Prosser; and his great-grandparents, Stan and Irma Sainsbury of Sunnyside and Wayne and Betty Slenker of Othello.

Visitation will be held Monday, Feb. 12, 2007, beginning at 3 p.m. at Shaw and Sons Funeral Directors in Yakima, with vigil services to follow at 5 p.m. Mass will be held Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2007, at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Yakima. Cremation will follow. Shaw and Sons Funeral Directors in Yakima is in charge of arrangements.


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