I first met Frank when my wife, Sherri, and I accepted the invitation to become the pastoral family of The Woodlands Community Church of The Nazarene in November of 1993. The first several years Frank and I spent a lot of time together working on the church's finances. Frank was the Church Treasurer and we had to make very little go a long way. There were times when Frank was like Jesus feeding the 5,000. We gave him a couple of "fish" and a few "loaves of bread" and he fed our creditors. Frank was treasurer for several years after that and I very much enjoyed working with him. He was always kind and considerate. One of my favorite memories of Frank was our first Christmas Church Board Reception at the parsonage. Close to 20 people attended and, after the meal, folk wandered around the house, fellowshipping together. Later, it dawned on me that I hadn't seen Frank since dinner so I went looking for him. I found him on the end of a sofa....SITTING UP...FAST ASLEEP. From then on I always knew where to find him when we all got together. Frank Davidson was one the the finest people and one of the greatest churchmen I was privileged to know in all our ministry over the years. Heaven got a good one when Frank "came home". Our hearts, love, and prayers go out to Polly and the family at this time.
Warren and Sherri Foxworthy