OBITUARY

Henry "Frankenstein" Franklin Cribbs

December 31, 1971October 4, 2021

Henry Franklin “Frankenstein” Cribbs, 49, of Brunswick, departed this life on Monday, October 4, 2021 at SEGHS in Brunswick. A private celebration of life family will be held at a later date.

Mr. Cribbs was a truck driver for Williams Brothers Trucking. He is survived by his two sons, Hunter Austin James Cribbs and Bryson Daniel Cribbs.

Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home is entrusted with arrangements. www.edomillerandsons.com

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Jeannie Asbell

October 11, 2021

You were always making everyone smile and you did just that sweetie!! I will miss your smiling face!! I’m blessed to call you my friend!! I will never forget you!! Rest In Peace and Fly high with the angels my friend ! Love you ❤️❤️❤️

Shane Cribbs

October 9, 2021

There was never a dull moment around Frank. You would always know when he was around. He whole heartedly believed in family first. I remember one summer growing up, he brought me to his house and I spent the majority of it with him and Shelly and the boys. We had a great time and I knew I was always welcome there. All I had to do was show up. There are so many memories I have of him, but the best was how he was always Frank. You will be missed!!

Felicia Ferro

October 8, 2021

I can remember when we were kids and we would always hang out together when we would go to Georgia. As we grew up and until he went into the hospital we would talk every week. I sure am going to miss my cousin. I remember one time we went out and him and Red got smashed and I had to chase them around his bronco trying to get them in the vehicle cause they didn't want to leave. Frank made sure he always made me laugh. Willmiss him dearly.

Madison Donlin

October 8, 2021

So sad to hear the news of Frank's passing. May the Georgia sunset always be your backdrop and the rising sun over the mountains be your guide. At times like this I think of Ecclesiastes 3 1-8. To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven: Love and Prayers to Frank's son's and family.

Regina Donlin

October 7, 2021

Frank was a very sweet guy and when he was younger he was a little shy! Always had something funny to say and make you laugh! He was the youngest of the cousins but kept up pretty well! I remember one time he came to my house to ride my new gocart. He wanted to drive so I let him. He ran us everywhere but the road! As we went across my front yard in a not so straight line both of us screaming( him louder than me!) I finally put my foot on top of his and go us stopped! I made him get out and was like Frank what are you doing?? He said I don't know how to drive🤣😂 I said what?? He said yeah I've never drove a gocart,I've never drove anything!! I said why didn't you tell me?? He said, still screaming" you didn't ask"!! I moved away and lost touch over the yrs,I still hold Frank as a sweet memory of my childhood. We never had a harsh word between us and he always greeted me with a smile and a hug. So sorry to have lost you so soon,rest in peace sweet friend,and know how much you were truly loved💖💖💖

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