Franklin-Davidson-Obituary

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Franklin D. Davidson

Conroe, Texas

Oct 11, 1933 - Mar 27, 2013 (Age 80)

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I just stumbled onto the news that Frankie died in 2013. We had lost touch, and I was saddened to learn he was gone. He was named for my Father, Uncle Paul's Brother, the "East of Eden" brother who left the farm and wandered. I am the last of that family, my Mom and Dad, brother Doug, and my sister Georgia are all gone. I was in communication with Frankie by e-mail when he was fighting to save Uncle Paul and Aunt Ruth's farm for Peter when the County was trying to condemn...

My sweetheart how I miss you I found that picture of you you never showed me. The one when you were 17 and had quit high school to join the Marine Corp! What a hunk you were!! I have it framed upon the fireplace now. Frankie I feel your presence, your always with me....the love of my life , things not always perfect but I always knew God put his thumb on you for me,,,,ever since he hearde pray when I was 13 in a dark closet....he chose you you didn't stand chance!! Daddy it's been over a...

Tori and Serena, the two oldest grand daughters - from Dee

The grandsons - from Dee

Dee and John, BFFs ;-)

The Johnson Clan

Long, long time family Friends, Dee and John Johnson with their grandkids.

I met Frank in 1985, shortly after he & I both moved to The Woodlands. I came to be the new pastor of the Nazarene Church trying to get started in The Woodlands, and he had just moved from Arizona to work at Pennzoil.

I lived in The Woodlands for 8 years, and if I was to look back to figure out who my best friend was, it would have to be Frank. He was my treasurer, my sound man, and my sounding board.

Whenever I was lost, hurt or uncertain, he was there, mostly...

Dad
How long now?
Over a year isn't it
Are you safe?
warm?
Lonely?

I wish I could say it ain't so
but it is.

We all miss you
but
Mom is doing well.

One of my first memories of Frankie was when I was dating Keenie and I came over to their house on Arroyo Chico in Tucson. Frankie was sitting in a big chair in the living room, and Polly was snuggled on his lap. They were both smiling, obviously in love and comfortable with each other. I love that memory because it illustrates not only Frankie's constant love and support for Polly and all of his large family, but also his playful nature, which wasn't always right up front but which you knew...

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Davidson, Franklin Dillard, Age 79, born October 11th, 1933 to Paul and Ruth Davidson of Armona, California now resides with the Lord after passing gently at his daughter's home in Spring, Texas on Wednesday March 27, 2013 with his loving wife of 56 years, Polly Ann Mann Davidson, by his side. ...

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