WILLIAMSBURG — Frank Force, who served as Williamsburg's city manager from 1967 to 1991, died Monday morning at 90.
Force was remembered as someone who made an impact on the community.
Former mayor Jeanne Zeidler, knew him throughout the years while he was city manager and from the Rotary Club.
"He was a strong personality," she said, and he didn't mind doing work. "He's was the kind of person you'd see out there shoveling the snow himself when we had a storm."
Gil Granger who served 12 years on City Council, including a stint as mayor when Force was manager, also had an anecdote about storms while recalling Force's life.