We Are Herriman: Frank Christianson


June 2021

Frank E. Christianson was born and raised in Spanish Fork, Utah. He and his family moved to Herriman in the summer of 2015. Frank worked at U.S. Steel Geneva Works for over 30 years. After retiring from Geneva, Frank worked for Spanish Fork City, where he was the best damn water master ever.

Frank served in the Utah National Guard and the United States Army. During his service with the Army, Frank was assigned to a survey crew. Frank was proud of the fact that he helped survey the Alaska Territory, enabling it to become the 49th State.

Frank died in 2017 and is buried in the beautiful Herriman Cemetery with military honors. His family loves the recognition Veterans receive on Memorial Day, the streets lined with flags are a touching tribute to brave men and woman. 

Herriman City, the Veterans and Military Advisory Committee, and Wreaths Across America thank Frank E. Christianson for his service.

To help honor and pay tribute to Frank and other Veterans at the Herriman City Cemetery, please consider sponsoring a Wreath for Wreaths Across America Day.

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