Frankie was born in Edmonton, Alberta to parents; Vanessa Brass and Gerald Manitopyes.
Growing up Frankie spent half of his life in Regina, Sask and the other half in Cote First Nation. He grew up playing numerous sports such as basketball, volleyball, soccer, and badminton, he always made sure to give whatever he did his greatest effort. Frankie was always known as the class clown and could make anyone laugh; he was also very outgoing which allowed him to make friends easily. He had a passion for food and cooking, he would often speak about opening his own breakfast restaurant and how people would enjoy his food. Frankie also spoke about one day wanting to share his life story with people because he hoped he would be able to help someone one day.
Frankie was a loving son, brother, uncle, and friend who would do anything for the people in his life. Anyone who knows Frankie would describe him as funny, caring, respectful and extremely loyal. He always went above and beyond for those in his life and always ensured his family and friends were protected.
Frankie is survived by his siblings Jayson Taypotat (Estelle Fiddler), Jerry Pelletier, Belinda Stanley, Maleysia Brass (Kayleen Friday), Maikayla Brass (Christian Grey), Teagan Manitopyes, and Arrow Manitopyes, Arron Bryant, Darryl (Jr) Whitehawk, Nephew; Jordan Taypotat, Nieces; Justice Taypotat, Jessica Taypotat, Jersey Taypotat, Jade Taypotat, Joey Taypotat, Amuria Wolfe, Alyrica Wolfe, Great-Nephew; Jace Taypotat, Great-Niece; Journey Taypotat, Best friend; Dillion Whitehawk, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Frankie is predeceased by; maternal grandmother; Ruth Brass, maternal grandfather; Kelly Brazeau, paternal grandfather; Casper Poorman, father; Gerald Manitopyes, mother; Vanessa Brass, Stepfather; Darryl Whitehawk, siblings; Santana Stanley, as well as numerous family and friends.
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