Frank passed away quietly at his home Santa Rosa Ca. The youngest of six children, Frank was born on September 29, 1953 to Curtis and Dorothy Wyatt Jr., in Santa Rosa, California. Frank attended Cook Junior High and Santa Rosa High School. Frank was born into and remained an active member of Community Baptist Church his entire life. Frank started playing the piano at the age of four and started taking formal piano lessons at the age of five years old from Mrs. Walters Walter. He began playing the piano and organ for the junior choir, later serving as the Church pianist and Choir Director for over 37 years. Frank also played for the Wings Of Glory in Petaluma. Frank loved to cook which was one of his greatest passions, and anyone who knew him will tell you he could "throw down" (great chef of main entrees like Stuffed Red Snapper, Seafood Gumbo and his famous Cheese Cakes). Countless members of the community thoroughly enjoyed his cuisine. Frank's worked for United Parcel Service part time for two Christmas seasons before going full time in 1972 until his retirement in 2006. Franklin Lee Wyatt is preceded in death by his father Curtis Wyatt Jr.,and brother Kenneth Wyatt. Frank is survived by his mother Ms. Dorothy Wyatt, his sister Sandra Wyatt-Hightower, brothers Anthony , Curtis III and Andre Wyatt. Frank also is survived by nephews Fred Hightower, Marcus Wyatt, Aaron Wyatt and niece Danielle Wyatt, great nieces Brenna and Aaliyah Hightower. Frank also leaves behind longtime companion Yvonne Webb. Santa Rosa Mortuary Eggen & Lance Chapel, 545-3747.
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Published Online in the Press Democrat from Sept. 25 to Sept. 26, 2013
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