Franklin "Frankie" N. Hundley

02/23/1954 - 11/07/2019

Obituary for Franklin "Frankie" N. Hundley

Franklin N. Hundley age 65 passed away Thursday November 7, 2019. He was born February 23, 1954 in Hamilton to the late Marion Frank and Dorothy (nee Samples) Hundley. On November 15, 1954 he married Robyn Leveline. Frankie loved hunting and fishing and was a great storyteller. He will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 45 years Robyn Hundley; children Bobby (Charlene) Hundley, Suellen (Brian) Gray; grandchildren Franklin, Robbie, TJ, Ellen, Nathanael; siblings Thelma Hundley, Bev (Susan) Hundley; sister in law Sue Moore; Frankie also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, other family and friends to cherish his memory. Frankie was also preceded in death by siblings Jim Hundley, Dale Hundley, Martha Sawyers. The family would like to thank Fort Hamilton doctors and nurses including the ICU staff for their compassionate care. Memorial service to take place at a later date. The Webster Funeral Home is serving the family.

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Robyn & Family We can only imagine how difficult and demanding this time is for you and your family. We’ll be mourning his passing with you and celebrating the life of a good man. Michelle and I will be thinking of you.
- Fred Johnson
My condolences to the entire family, Frankie was one of my closest friends, I grew up with him and around his family,spent a lot time hunting and fishing.I also spent time in the later years just talking to him whenever I had the chance. Frankie was really a good person and would help you anyway he could if you asked. I asked a favor of him one time and he never let me down, he will be missed by a lot of people but especially by me.
- Mark Thomas
Frankie was a good man he was always good to me RIP my friend
- Diana Glancy
The memory I have of Frankie is that he was an awesome family man. He genuinely cared about children and loved his family dearly. I use to love hearing both Frankie and Robyn tell stories. Frankie would offer you the last thing he had to eat and the shirt off his back. Prayers sent for the family...
- Lynn Eaton
I remember all to well the day that I met Frankie. It was at Fairfield Skating Rink and I was 16 years old. It was like instant magic between us. We fell in love and had a son (Eddie) together but he wanted no part of being "dad" to Eddie. He is a true Hundley for sure. He looks and acts just like his dad in so many ways. Anyway, my deepest condolences to the family and God bless you all
- Jackie Davidson
I am so sorry for your loss and I am praying God gives you peace and strength at this time. God will see you through it all if you just let him. Frank was a very likeable person will be missed.
- linda overbey

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