Frank Macon

Age 97


November 22, 2020


Frank Macon was a member of the Tuskegee Airmen, the Black pilots and support staff who served with distinction in World War II. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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Godspeed and a smooth transition my friend of 48 years. I will always treasure the flight helmet and oxygen mask you gave me. A fellow pilot and Unitik.

I'm Very Grateful.............and, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE, Frank.......... after A Long life I'm Hoping YOU'RE RESTING AT PEACE !

Thank you so much for your service to our country. God bless.

Franks family . Death is never easy I just lost my ex husband Tommy as well. My heart goes out to you and your family . He is in heaven now. Preparing the way for us till we meet again . Loved and missed and never forgotten.

Angie sanders

Franklin. I miss seeing you everyday. You were my neighbor and my friend. I wish that I would have spent more time with you. But I know I will see you again and we will have a laugh. Your smile and soul was one of a kind. You will never be forgotten and will be missed here on the Westside. We all admired your spirit and your legacy. Until we meet again.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

P.S. I forgot to add the Pine Valley photo. Carol Potts Todd

Dear Family of Frank Macon, My sisters and I once met Frank at a Colorado Springs Natives' Club meeting. He was a fascinating guest and as natives, our paths had crossed before. Our family owned the Pine Valley Dairy (now on Air Force Academy grounds) from 1935-1945. My older sisters, Joan & Marlene, remember the Pine Valley Airfield was on a ridge above the valley, not where the Air Force Academy Airfield is today. They rode their horses up there to watch small planes take off and...

His grace and dignity was exceptional, he will always be remembered for his dedication and service to his country. I was fortunate enough to have met him and he was a true gentleman. To his family, please accept my sincere condolences. Words cannot express how much he will be missed.