Franklin R. Davis

1938 - 2020


Franklin Richards Davis passed away on October 1, 2020, one day shy of his 82nd birthday.

Frank was born in Coatesville, PA, to the late Frank and Clarace Davis. He was a graduate of Coatesville Area High School, West Chester University and received a Master’s in Engineering from Villanova University.  Frank spent most of his career as an engineer at PSE&G’s nuclear power plant in Salem, NJ.  He was a faithful member of the New Fellowship Missionary...

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Dickinson Freshman Families

October 16, 2020 7:29 AM

We are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences and prayers to your family.
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Roberta (Bobbi) Davis

October 12, 2020 7:12 PM

Knowing you was very beneficial to me, as I think you never took anything too serious, such as myself.
Tennis was the rivalry between us  and Rafael  Nadal was your favorite player.  He wasn't mine.  However, he won
the French Open on Sunday, 10/11/20 the day after your funeral."just like I planned it for you."  You had the best seat
for that match in Heaven.
Will miss you dearly.  Your sister-in-law Bobbi  

Harriett Riley

October 8, 2020 6:45 PM

Me.Frank will be missed by my family and the rest of our outreach ministry from New Fellowship Baptist Church.He was very helpful with assisting us with the other residents during bible study and Church service at Brandywine Nursing facility .We will never forget the times God allowed us to share wIth you.Gone but never forgotten.

Rev.William b.Riley

October 8, 2020 3:31 PM

Well done good and faithful servant enter the joys of Heaven 

Ruth McMillion

October 9, 2020 6:00 PM

Mr. Frank was a very kind and gentle person he always acknowledge me when we came to visit at the nursing home one time I came to visit on the wrong day he was laughing he said well since the other church not here sister Ruth you might as well sing us a song he will be mist at the nursing home No Doubt he was always willing to help anybody he's going to be missing we love you deacon Frank farewell

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