Frank Rushing Broadway Jr.

December 15, 1935August 4, 2018

Broadway, Frank Rushing Jr, a lifelong resident of Montgomery, died Saturday, August 4, 2018. He attended Marion Military Institute and was a graduate of the University of Alabama (Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity) and Jones School of Law. He was an active member of First United Methodist Church, a former Member of the Society of Pioneers of Montgomery and current member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Sons of the American Revolution, Montgomery County Historical Society, Montgomery Genealogical Society, and the East Montgomery Historical Society. As a very young man, he developed a strong interest in history, genealogy, and aviation and he never ceased pursuing these interests. Although his profession was in insurance and real estate, his passion for flying was so intense that he earned a commercial pilot's license with instrument rating, became an FAA Certified Flight Instructor and taught flying for six years. He was a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association and Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. Graveside services will be at Greenwood cemetery on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 3:00 pm. Memorials in Frank's memory can be made to First United Methodist Church, 2416 West Cloverdale Park, Montgomery, Alabama, 36106. He is survived by one son, Bill Kierce (Kim), and three grandchildren: Phillip, Christa, and Anna; one brother, Clyde Davis Broadway, Sautee, GA.; and a Special Friend, Neal Westbrook.


  • Bill (Kim) Kierce, Son
  • Clyde Davis Broadway, Brother
  • Mr. Broadway also leaves three grandchildren; Philip, Christa, Anna and a special friend, Neal Westbrook.


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Frank Rushing Broadway Jr.

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Lisa Fain Tyrrell

August 6, 2018

Dear Sonny was such a delight to listen to - he had many stories to tell!

He remembered vividly so much of the years gone past. I loved to hear his joyful recollections of early childhood memories with he and my father (L.T.) playing together as youngsters. It was amazing to learn from him that he was responsible for introducing my mother (Maude) and father to each other at Panama City Beach during College Spring Break. Another great memory with Sonny was when he took me flying back in the mid-1980's when I was a just a teenager.

He was a man of strong mind and spirit and I thank God for Sonny and the lifetime of love he showed to my father and to me.
I miss him now, but I know assuredly that he is free of pain and he is at total peace. We can look forward to the day when we are all reunited in heaven and we will all celebrate for eternity!
God bless Davis and his family.
God bless Billy and his family.
Thank you to his caregivers in helping him during a most difficult time in his life journey.
Regretfully, we will not be able to attend the memorial service, but he and his loved ones are in our hearts and prayers.
Lisa Fain Tyrrell, husband Thomas Tyrrell, and son Simon Taylor Tyrrell
(Chuluota, Florida)

margaret Leader

August 6, 2018

I delivered meals to Mr.Broadway and I feel I had a close tie to him. One morning I delivered his meal and found him on his bedroom floor. I called 911 and later learned that he was taken to the hospital. Two weeks later I delivered his meal and found him sitting in his favorite chair. I was so happy to see him and I asked him if he knew who I was and he said "you're the one that found me on the bedroom floor and called 911". From then on I always said "hello" to him when I delivered his meals.