Frannie Grim exhibited his antique tractors and engines at county fairs, festivals and other events, including this tractor show in Ashtabula in 2005.
Frannie Grim went panning for gold in Alaska in 2007.
Karen Wolfe married Frannie Grim at Spencer Methodist Church on Aug. 2, 1957.
Frannie Grim's display of antique tools shown at the 2009 Medina County Fair.
Frannie Grim's granddaughters Lauren and Arika McGraw pose in their grandfather's garden in 1997.
Frannie Grim was ready to answer questions about the antique tools he displayed at the 2009 Medina County Fair.
Frannie Grim's sons Scott and Jeff restored his Allis Chalmers "G" tractor, which was exhibited at the Medina County Fair.
Frannie Grim's daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and David McGraw, made this sign, which Frannie posted with his collection.
Frannie Grim holds his granddaughter Arika next to a display case filled with his lapidary art.
Grim family portrait, taken when they were dressed for Chatham's Sesquicentennial.
Frannie Grim graduated from Medina High School in 1954.
This newspaper clipping shows Frannie Grim, left, with fellow winners and the judge of a waltz contest.
Frannie Grim with his sons Jeff and Scott in 1963.
Frannie Grim with granddaughter Arika in 1993.
Frannie Grim shows raccoons he trapped in 2009.
Frannie and Karen Grim with granddaughters Lauren and Arika during a rock-hunting trip to Canada.
Frannie, Ted Adams and George Steffan show slabs of Ohio flint they brought back from Flint Ridge in Licking County.
Frannie Grim, his nephew Rod and son Jeff return from turkey hunting.
Frannie Grim after a successful fishing excursion.
Joe Smith and Frannie Grim, ice fishing.
Frannie Grim with his granddaughter Lauren after deer hunting.
Frannie Grim caught this salmon during an Alaskan cruise in 2004.
Frannie Grim with his son Scott and his trophy deer.
Frannie Grim shows his tool collection at a gathering at his home in Chatham Township in November 2009.
Frannie Grim and his coondog Mort in 1958.
Karen and Frannie Grim in Alaska in 2004.