Frank Boggs
1927 - 2021
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Frank Boggs

Atlanta - It is with profound joy that Doris and Catherine Boggs (Hoecke) announce the Homegoing of Frank Boggs on March 23, 2021, at age 94 in his Atlanta, Georgia, home. "Absent from the body, . . .present with [His] Lord." Invited by First Baptist Church Tallahassee, Frank served as Minister of Music there in the 1950s, his first church choir ministry. He remembered the college choir ministry with joy. Having sung and traveled all over the world, Frank felt most grateful to the people of First Baptist Tallahassee who were so gracious, generous and hospitable to Frank and his "new bride". Thank you, FBC Tallahassee. Visitation -11am & Service -12noon, April 10, Restland Memorial Chapel, Dallas, TX; and Atlanta Celebration of Life & Visitation, May 8, 1pm Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Marietta, GA. Details about services, about in lieu of flowers memorials and condolences at restlandfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Frank-Boggs/#!/Obituary. We will miss him greatly, but we will see him again.




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Published in Tallahassee Democrat from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
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Memorial service
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Celebration of Life
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Funeral service
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March 31, 2021
Frank Boggs was singing in our home as far back as I can remember. "Love Came Down At Christmas" was an inspiration to me. It helped me learn to love professional Christian music at a very young age. His voice was rich and powerful........a tremendous blessing to our whole family!
Rick Abel
March 30, 2021
Frank was a mentor, dear friend and spiritual father. Glad he is now with the Heavenly Father singing praises to the Lord.
Art Carter
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