Jesus called on a strong warrior in faith and he answered “Yes, Lord”. Frank M. Juhas, 64, of Downingtown, passed away on Monday, May 24, 2021 at Brandywine Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Rhonda A. Moore Juhas, with whom he shared 29 years of marriage.
Born in Coatesville, he was the son of the late Joseph J. Juhas, Sr. and Sophia Simmers Juhas.
He was a 1975 graduate of Coatesville School District where he was on the cross country team, meistersingers and proud drum major of the marching band. Frank’s passion growing up was always music… He was an accomplished trombone player and continued to play it until the end of his life. He lived to sing and play at church and was a member of Cornerstone Fellowship’s Praise Band. He was teaching himself to play guitar and trumpet at the time of his death.
Frank loved life. He loved to make people smile and his smile was infectious. Most of all, he loved his family. Frank and Rhonda lived a love story. Being introduced to Rhonda by her mother and step father, it was love at first sight for both. Within a month, Frank bought the engagement ring, and a year later they were married. Frank loved Rhonda with all his heart and soul and was proud to be her husband. They were always holding hands and not ashamed to show her affection in public. To him, Rhonda was his queen and he her King.
Frank and Rhonda are blessed to have a wonderful daughter, Alisa. She was the son he never had, and he taught her well, especially about cars. They would talk for hours about what car she was working on and he would just light up.
He was employed by US Environmental, in Downingtown, as a truck driver. He was proud of the company he worked for and took pride in his job. Previously, he worked for Coca Cola and Pepperidge Farms.
Frank was a member of Cornerstone Fellowship Church, in Wagontown, PA where he was a member of the Diaconate and Praise Band. He was a basketball coach for the Upward Program. He loved his church and was a strong proud Christian Man.
Frank was named after the patron saint of Animals and he truly embraced it. He loved animals, especially cats and his dog Roscoe. He would sit at his keyboard and sing to them, as they snuggled up beside him.
In addition to his wife, Frank is survived by his daughter, Alisa N. Juhas, companion of Thomas Graham, of Newark, Delaware; mother in law Barbara Harkins of Downingtown, Father in law Robert Moore of Lititz Pa, brother in law Bob Moore, husband of Anna Rose, of Coatesville, brother in law Rick Moore, husband of Cindy, of Bellingham, Mass; two brothers, Joseph J. Juhas, Jr. of New Jersey and Steve Juhas , husband of Dawn of Modena, nephews Matthew and Steven Juhas of Modena, niece Melissa Lukach and her husband Chris, of New Jersey. Great nieces Katie and CJ of New Jersey and great nephew Steven of West Hempfield PA. He was predeceased by an infant brother, Andrew Juhas.
Services will be at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 12, 2021 at Cornerstone Fellowship Church, Wagontown, PA. Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. until service time.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Cornerstone Fellowship Church, Wagontown, PA.