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In Memory Of Our Poets

Frank Massey (1965-2012) - Class Of 1984

Frank Massey passed away on January 1, 2012. He would have been 47 years young in March of 2012. He was a U.S. military veteran and a resident of Montgomery, Alabama.

Frank was survived by:

  • His wife Teresa Massey
  • His daughter Jasmin Bush
  • His son Frank Massey, Jr.
  • His son Tevin Massey
  • His mother Lela Massey
  • His brother Dexter Massey

Darold Boswell commented, "Frank was my Best Friend. He was a great Christian husband who worked hard to provide for his family. He excelled at the only two jobs he ever worked. He was a supervisor at Flowers Bakery for over 20 years and was on the rise to the top at Mercedes Benz Automobile plant in Vance, Alabama when the Lord called him home. He will be truly missed. (I miss him every day)."

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06/14/13 07:02 PM #1    

Denise Mitchell (Wilson) (1985)

I hate learn this. Frank was so sweet. He used to pick me up and carry me to class some days, against my wishes. lol Happy to know that he had a happy life. Some people get their Heavenly rewards early.

08/19/13 06:33 AM #2    

Calvin Henderson (1984)

When I heard of this I was shocked, but we as humans always feel this way but this place is not our home. The Lord called Frank home and he is the best person to go and get the stage set for the class of 1984 and he will greet us at the Heavenly gates to bring the student body in and the best High School Band in the land in Sidney Lanier Marching Poets. I grew up with Frank who in the neighborhood everyone called (Beaver) he was one of my best friend he was loyal to everyone , if he was your friend he was that until life end and after. We have had many wonderful days in the Band, Frank will stay in my heart, mind and soul and I know he will meet me with Jesus at and in the pearly Gates. Your home Boy--GATOR C/O 84. CALVIN L. HENDERSON.    

08/19/13 01:44 PM #3    

Larry D. Skelton (1961)

Frank Massey has been "Promoted to Glory".  Thank you Dear Lord for his life and for his service to our country.


Larry Skelton

Class of 1961

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