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Franklin Roosevelt Akers

Christiansburg, Virginia

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Melissa, Sorry to hear about your grandfather death. My prayers and thoughts are with you and may the good lord give you comfort and bless you during this time.
A co-worker of Melissa's.
Culpeper, Virginia

We received the news of Frank's passing with great sadness. May God Bless you and your family through this most difficult time. Fond thoughts and memories.
Cousin Roger & Jill Roop

Louise, am so sorry to read of your husband's death. May God comfort you in your sorrow and days ahead. A cousin on the Roop side of your family.

I worked at the VA medical center, Salem, Va when Akers was a police officer there.
He always made the employees in the admission office smile.
May he rest in peace.

UNCLE FRANK YOU ARE GOING TO BE MISS ALOT, YOU COULD LIGHT UP A ROOM WITH YOUR JOKES, ECT.......PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY, MAY GOD GIVE YOU ALL STRENGH YOU ALL NEED AT THIS TIME AND ALL THE DAYS AHEAD.

I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Frank's passing. I have so many fond memories of his laughter, little jokes, and his stories. May God be with you all during your grief.

Dear Louise,
We have not been in touch for quite some time. I was saddened to see that your husband Frank has passed away. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

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Franklin's Obituaries

SSGT Retired Franklin Roosevelt Akers, born November 8, 1932 to Harvey and Madeline Guilliams Akers in Dublin, passed away November 7, 2013 at the Virginia Veterans Care Center in Roanoke and spent his birthday on Friday, November 8th with his Lord. As a veteran of the U. S. Army with over 22...

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