More Videos 3:19 Thurber's graduation Pause 5:39 Boise State coach Bryan Harsin discusses his first win over Air Force 0:13 Boise State's winning play vs. UTEP 2:53 Boise State players on Air Force win: 'We weren't going to let up' 1:58 'Payback' from athletics has lifted Boise State as a whole, Kustra says 1:21 Ho Ho Ho! Santa Claus is coming to town for the Boise Holiday Parade 3:11 Top plays from the high school football state quarterfinals 1:38 Boise State QB Montell Cozart on senior day and playing Air Force 3:00 Boise State's Bob Kustra on his achievements & regrets 2:28 'This is a real baseball town': Boise State's Bob Kustra on creating a program Video Link copy Embed Code copy Facebook Twitter Email Frank Myers' friends didn't want this veteran and neighbor to be forgotten Frank died July 18, 2017, and his extended family of friends and neighbors went out of their way to make sure he will be remembered. Opinion Columns & Blogs These Boiseans didn’t want their veteran neighbor laid to rest alone. And he wasn’t. We lose friends and neighbors and veterans every day, sometimes without getting to hear about the incredible lives of people who don’t seem remarkable to outsiders. Frank Lane Myers’ neighbors on the Boise Bench didn’t let that happen.