More Videos 0:49 Phil McGrane's identity got stolen. Learn from his experience. Pause 0:15 Watch the sun go out in Stanley, Idaho -- and come back again 1:39 Honoring Mark Stall, the only Boise police officer killed in the line of duty 2:08 Enjoy the nightlife, chilled martini at Chandlers Steakhouse without being shaken or stirred 1:12 Valley County's new coroner says Idaho laws on handling bodies are vague 0:45 Leighton Vander Esch highlights 2:11 Two decades after Boise officer's death, police catch up with his family 0:48 Boise State tight end Jake Roh lines up at QB, and scores 0:33 Camel's Crossing wine bar motif is inspired by 1970s 2:36 Local doctor outlines five things that need to happen to fix health care in U.S. 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.