OHL Mourns the Loss of Frank Coulter


The Ontario Hockey League is deeply saddened by the loss of Owen Sound Attack owner Mr. Frank Coulter who passed away suddenly on Thursday night at the age of 74.

Mr. Coulter, a driving force in helping keep the Attack in Owen Sound, will be remembered for his incredible generosity and as the driving force behind the Attack’s philanthropic efforts.

He brought a larger than life laugh and extremely jovial nature everywhere he went and donated countless hours of his time to bettering the lives of those around him.

Mr. Coulter is survived by his wife Sharon. The pair had three sons; Ted, Chris – who passed away in 2008 – and Jeff.

A visitation for Mr. Coulter will be held from 3:00pm – 8:00pm on Monday, Nov. 6 at Brian E. Wood Funeral Home, with a memorial service being held at the Bayshore Community Centre on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 11:00am.

Click here for more information including Mr. Coulter’s obituary.

Additional tributes:

READ: Owen Sound Sun Times story by Scott Dunn.

LISTEN: Bayshore Broadcasting’s Fred Wallace speaks with Attack President Dr. Bob Severs.

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