OBITUARY

Franklin "Frank" Lynell Conner

October 2, 1934January 9, 2018
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An interesting place, Heaven must be. On January 9th a man of small stature strode through its pearly gates, and wandered into its dining halls to see what he could grab to eat. I'm sure he's decided to sit there a while. This small town man who's strode everywhere from the Alaskan Tundra to the African Savannahs now regales our fallen forefathers with tales of distant lands; and sings the praises of his remaining kin.

Until we see him again, let him enjoy eternity in the lands of paradise.

Frank Conner is survived by his wife, Dorothy Ann Conner, his sister Mattie Watson; son Jeffrey (Marie) Conner; son Tony ( Kathy) Conner; daughter Angela Marie Laster; daughter Charlene (Curt) Rountree; daughter Beverly Carol Taylor; daughter Valarie (Jim) Dunn; son Franklin (Tonia) Conner, Jr; and son Eric (Donna) Conner; grandchilden Brian Conner, Brett Conner, Jeremy Conner, Alan Laster, Lee Laster, Jonathan Dyer, Stephen Dyer, Elizabeth Dyer, Amber Koreny, Sarah Meadows, Stephanie Meadows, Jesse Conner, Travis Conner; great grandchildren Franklin Conner, Emily Conner, Hazel Conner, Evelyn Conner, Dannie Lynn Mayfield, Saraphina Laster, Amara Koreny and Ethan Rapka.

The family will receive friends for a visitation on Thursday, January 11, 2018 from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home. A funeral service to honor the life of Frank will be held in the chapel of Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home on Friday, January 12, 2018 at 2:00 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Camp Dream Foundation at http://www.campdreamga.org/donate/

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Stephen Dyer

January 15, 2018

May you fly higher
than any bird ever has before
Farther still than any plane
you helped to forge

May your wings only ever
be kissed by warm winds,
May you be blessed with peaceful travel
as your earthly journey ends.

May the defiance in your spirit burn
in the fire of our eyes.
May your devotion to your family follow us throughout our lives.

May your face appear to us when we think to weep.
May you roll your eyes and fuss at us for thinking
you've gone to endless sleep.

May you lift the veil of mourning
and help us to realize
That when you dwell in memory
You will never die.

You'll have to wait a while Papa, but one day I'll see you. Enjoy your new home.

Yolanda Forrester

January 14, 2018

I was looking at the most beautiful animal ever and I said 'is that an elk? It is the biggest one i have ever seen.' Charlene said ' It's a kudu.' And she just laughed and said Daddy would get a laugh out of you calling it an elk. And i said yes he would.

Valarie W

January 14, 2018

Mr connor you were always a good man too me and my family and too others i consider you family along w all the Connors! Always had a good time and no matter what and always good to others! You will truly be missed but your home now no pain. Say hi to my mom for me now yall can talk again about deer meat :) love you mr Connors a wonderful person and now an wonderful angel! R.I.P

Valarie Dunn

January 14, 2018

So...yes... I'm blowing up Facebook today because I'm finally getting a little bit of downtime....
As you know from a previous post my dad taught us all how to stick our tongues out...well...we couldn't go through yesterday without having that lasting impression go unnoticed so my mom and a couple sisters did this....dad would have laughed so hard at this! Feel free...we did!

Dorothy Conner

January 14, 2018

Well my best friend and love for 58 years has left me for a better place.No more pain and now he has that New body he has been asking for I will miss him so much He goes with all the love a wife can give,May God give you a special rock to sit on to wait for me,Or if they have tree stands save me one,,I love you my dearest,The last thing he heard was laughter from his family,

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Daddy was great about helping all the kids with their school activities. He was helping out Stevie, a little girl he met in Canada with her Flat Stanley project.

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