Obituary

Frank Wayne Underwood

Resided in Rapid River, MI
Died February 6th, 2014

Frank Wayne Underwood, 44, 10405 Ackly, Rapid River, passed away on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at his home of natural causes.

He was born on September 17, 1969 in Petosky, MI, son of James Edward and Minnie Belle (Crandell) Underwood. Frank graduated from Escanaba High School.

On August 27, 1993 Frank married Dawn Eggleston in Escanaba.

Frank moved to Rapid River 14 years ago and was employed with Rapid River Rustic for many years.

Among survivors include his wife Dawn of Rapid River; two daughters, Holly and Emma Underwood of Rapid River; son, Cody of Rapid River; mother; Minnie Belle Underwood; sisters, Ruth (Boe) Stigall of Montana and Sally (Ron) Burton of Palmer, MI; and brothers, Dave (Sue) Underwood of Boyne City, MI and Ernest (Margaret) Underwood of Powers.

He was preceded in death by his father; sisters, Carol and Rosemary; and brother, Daniel.

A graveside service will take place in the Rapid River Cemetery in the spring.

2 Tributes to “Frank Wayne Underwood”

  1. Dawn and children,

    So very sorry to hear of the passing of Frank~ Thinking of you~ Keep smiling, brighter days are ahead.

  2. To Franks family & all who knew him. He was a neighbor and a friend of ours and was a wonderful father, husband, son, and friend. Frank will be remembered for being kind hearted and always ready to help when you needed him. He was not only good with his children, but he was also good with all the neighboring kids as well. I know that my children will never forget him and the way he always joked with them too. My husband and I will always remember Frank for loving the outdoors and always willing to talk to us, and be a friend no matter where we ran into him. He will be remembered as a loving person always by our family and will be in our prayers forever! His family is also very loving and kind and will be prayed for also. God bless them all during their time of suffering and loss.

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