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Franklin Leroy Dailing

Tiki Island, Texas

Jul 4, 1952 – Mar 19, 2016 (Age 63)


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Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home Obituary

FRANKLIN LEROY DAILING, Age 63, of Tiki Island Texas passed away March 17 2016. He was a graduate of Lamar High school in 1971. After graduating from Lamar, he joined the family business; Surveyors Instrument Company where he worked for over 30 years. During his time there he became President...

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Rose I was so sorry to hear about Frank, I always thought very highly of him. The pictures you chose were perfect, they showed his complete life. I know you will miss him, but he is in a better place now. I'm on fb if you ever want to talk. It never stops hurting but it will get easier with time. Will keep you in prayers. Take care, Sandy bellard

Dear Rose,
I am sending my deepest sympathy at this time and want to let you know that my thoughts and prayers have been with you since I heard of the unexpected death of your brother, Frank. No one who knew him will ever forget him. I hope it will be of some comfort to know that your many friends share your sorrow. Love to you and your family during this difficult time.

To the family sorry for your loss. I hope the promise at 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can bring comfort.


Rose, Amanda, & Logan,
I am so sorry for your loss. May the Lord uplift and sustain you all during the coming days as you adjust to this great loss! May God Bless You All!

Linda Johnson


A precious Angel in Heaven.

Rose, I am so very sorry about Frank's passing. He was an amazing, kind and gentle hearted man. 45 years ago we met at Dunkin' Donuts and I have a lot of lovely memories. It breaks my heart and soul and my prayers are with YOU AND YOUR FAMILY and Frank's DEAR FRIENDS. Love, Robin

Your Tiki Island neighbors will miss your gentle spirit, your ready smile, and your kind heart. We will still look for you and your kitty to join us in the search for that redfish on the point...until then, keep your lines tight my friend.

Much love and very sincere condolences from the Frank Family