Frankie V. Sexton

Knoxville, Tennessee

Age 82


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Frankie V. Sexton

Knoxville - Frankie V. Sexton, age, 82 of Knoxville went to be with the Lord on Friday, September 6, 2019. She was a member of Alice Bell Baptist Church and retired from Sears with over 25 years of service. Frankie was a member of Knox County Sheriff's Office SCAN Unit for several years. Preceded in death by her husband Robert B (Bob) Sexton, Sr.; and daughter Cynthia Sexton; parents, Joe and Pearl Kerley. She is survived by Sons & Daughters-in-law: Robert (Lynne) Sexton, Randel (Vicky Miller), Roger (Teresa) Sexton, Russell (Susan) Sexton; 8 Grandchildren, and 15 Great Grandchildren; sister Betty Frazier, brother Allen Kerley and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel with funeral Services at 7:00 pm with Rev Leland Lyon officiating. Family and friends will gather at 11:15 am Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at East Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery on John Sevier Hwy for a 11:30 am interment service. Online condolences may be extended at

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Frankie was a big part of my raising, prayers for comfort for the family

The Sexton Family....I was saddened to learn of your Mom's passing and was completely unaware your Dad had previously passed away....So many wonderful memories of your Mom and Dad go thru my mind as I recall the good times we all had together at Belle Morris School playground and ball field when your Dad and my Robert were coaching the kids in ball...What a great family you were and you certainly had wonderful parents....What a good season of life that was....We're sending our condolences to...

Robert and Roger, i am so sorry about your mother but im sure shes enjoying heaven, being with the Lord and your dad both your parents were so nice!
i will be thinking of you all sending hugs and love

So sorry for you lost. She was a very sweet lady. Praying for your family.

A very nice lady. She is now with Bob for all eternity.
It was a pleasure to have known them and work with
in the KCSD (SCAN)

Lowell Crumley