Frank Rechner, 82, of Bedford, New Hampshire, passed away on January 24, 2015, at Hillsborough County Nursing Home in Goffstown, New Hampshire. He was born in Bakony Oslop, Hungary, on February 18, 1932. In 1956 he moved to Millbrook, New York, where he managed Trotwood Farm and its herd of Black Angus, owned by Col. Roger Young. On Colonel Young’s death, he retired from farming but continued to live on Tower Hill Road. He married Erika L. Karpf in May 1961 at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church. They divorced. She lives in Cairo, New York. He had a sister, who survives in Hungary. He is survived by two daughters, Erika E. Dyer, her husband Dave, and a son, Matthew, of Suffern, New York, and Tina S. Rechner, of Clinton Corners, New York. His parents, a brother and sister predeceased him. He resided with Hilde Romig for the past 29 years. He moved to New Hampshire in 2009. Services will be private.