Frank Peyton Blount Jr.

Bradenton, Florida


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age 93, from Mountain Park, NC passed away on Wednesday July 23, 2014, in Bradenton, Fl. He was born in Augusta, Ga., on April 7, 1921, to the late Frank Peyton Blount, Sr. and to the late Sadie Juanita Huffman Blount. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife Sarah Hall...

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Frank, I am sorry to see you go. I enjoyed our conversations with Uncle Dan and learning from you and him about the history of Mountain Park and the world in the short time I knew you. Wish I could remember more of your jokes. Rest in peace.

I just saw Frank's obituary. I was Frank's insurance agent for several years and always loved to visit with him when he came to my office. We had several discussions over the years. He was a man full of knowledge and experience. There are very few people like him left in this world which is very sad. I have missed his visits these past few months and will truly savor his memory. May God bless your family and comfort you during this time of sorrow.

My sincere condolences to the family and friends for the loss of your dear loved one. May prayers strengthen you and memories comfort you. May our dear heavenly Father, who loves you, comfort your hearts and make you firm. (2 Thessalonians 2:16,17)

Judy, Harwood, & Charmaine I am so sorry to hear about Frank! I just now was looking at the obituaries and I seen this. I did not know! Frank was such a good man and I have many good memories of all of us spending time together!Especially on the 4th of July! Please know that you're in my thoughts and prayers! I would love to see all of you!

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Dear Harwood, Charmaine, and Judith; I am sorry to learn about the passing of you Dad. I really enjoyed the opportunity to meet your Dad and get to know him a little bit. He was a Great Guy and I can say i was honored to have known him for just a little while. He was a very accomplished man. He shared alot of his past accomplishments with me when we spent time together. I really admired his love for restoring and remembering the past. He always spoke about all of you when I was with him and...

Harwood and family: You perhaps do not remember me but I am Clyde and Harriet Howard's youngest son. I remember playing with you many years ago when we were very young. I last saw your Dad at my Mother's funeral back in 1981 and we were able to share many good memories of time spent with your family and the Fentons as well. May God give you and your family peace and comfort during the coming days and weeks ahead.

Frank Blount,
He was a good man. He definitely lived a life worth remembering!