Frank Shaver, second-generation Pontiac dealer in Indiana, dies
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. -- Frank Shaver, a second-generation Pontiac dealer in Indiana, died July 30. He was 99.
Shaver opened Frank Shaver Pontiac in 1948 in East Chicago, Ind. After the death of his father, E.L. Shaver, in the early 1960s, Frank Shaver consolidated his store with his father’s store in Hammond, Ind., and called the store Frank Shaver Pontiac. In 1976, he moved the dealership from Hammond to Highland, Ind.
In 1978, Frank Shaver sold the store and retired to California.