Frank-Martin, Jr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Oakey’s East Chapel

Frank Conrad Martin, Jr.

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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My thoughts are with my marketing research colleague, Frank III, his mother, his sister and brother, and all their family.
H-Grace Fuller

Frank was a loyal customer of mine at The Audio Center where I worked with him for a number of years in his purchase of stereo equipment. I always enjoyed his visits and chats not only about stereo gear, but also about music and the goings on in the valley. My thoughts are with Martha Clay, Frank III and the family

Bob, Cheryl, Preston, Taylor, and Pierce.....I was so sorry to hear of your thoughts and prayers are with your family. Take care of each other and I pray for healing during this very difficult time.
With deepest sympathies,
Deborah W. Jones

Mrs. Martin our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family

Frank and Family: Please accept my deepest sympathies at the passing of your father. I fondly recall working with the both of you on key community development projects during the Noel Taylor-Bern Ewert administrations. There is much in the community that the family can be proud of because of your father's involvement.

Thinking about your family and praying for all of you.

We were so saddened to hear of Frank's passing and send thoughts and prayers to all of you during this difficult time.

Martha Clay, Norma and I are out of the state and so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. He was a dear friend. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Carson and Norma Quarles

May you have peace, strength and courage in this most difficult time.


Frank's Obituaries

Frank Conrad Martin, Jr., of Roanoke, died Saturday, May 11, 2013Born in 1932 to Frank Conrad Martin and Margaret Lambert Martin, Frank grew up in Roanoke, graduating from Jefferson High School in 1950, and the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets in 1954. Frank was an Eagle Scout, and served two years...

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