August 11, 1957 ~ June 25, 2020

Born in: Daphne, Alabama
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Frank E. Wilson, Jr., 62, of Daphne, Alabama passed away on Thursday, June 25, 2020 at MD Anderson, Houston Texas.

His Life Celebration will be at 2:00 p.m., Friday, July 3, 2020 with graveside services at the College Station Memorial Cemetery with Certified Celebrant Dawn Lee Wakefield officiating.  Interment will be at the College Station Memorial Cemetery immediately following.  Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan, Texas.

Frank E. Wilson, Jr. was born August 11, 1957, in Daphne, Alabama to loving parents, Frank E. Wilson, Sr. and Fannie Mae Carroll as their only child whom they showered with love and adoration.  Frank excelled at Fairhope High School graduating with honors and attended Alabama State University, Montgomery, Alabama in 1975, majoring in Music to become a member of the renowned “Alabama State University Marching Hornets.  It was also at this time that Frank met and married his wife of 36 years, Grace (Malone) Wilson.  This beautiful and blessed union was gifted with two beautiful children, who he referred up and to his passing as his “Pride and Joy.”  

Frank, even at a young age, was known for his expertise to be able to fix or repair anything and there was not a subject matter that he could not elaborate.  From working film productions to owning his own businesses and lastly as a Field Engineer for DIRECTV, Frank excelled in performance and was widely respected by his peers. He was known for his tough love in giving life lessons and as a compassionate spirit.

Frank was preceded in death by his Father, Frank Sr. and his Mother, Fannie.  He is survived by his wife Grace and his living legacy continues through his children Dannielle Alexis Wilson and Kevin Alexander Wilson.  He is also survived by several brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

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Services

Graveside Service: July 3, 2020 2:00 pm

Memorial Cemetery of College Station
3800 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy
College Station, TX 77845

979-764-5049

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  1. I love you Uncle Frank❤ I will always remember the sweet memories and all the the love you have shown. You are an extraordinary man and I know you are going to be an amazing angel rest well uncle Frank

    • They that hope in the Lord will renew their strength.they will soar as with eagle’s wings they will run and not grow weary, walk and not grow faint.

  2. They that hope in the lLord will renew their strength,they will soar as with eagle’s wings they will run and not grow weary,walk and not grow faint.

  3. Frank was a man with his own vision and was the go to uncle when it came to financial advice , he had answer for everything lol . He is one of those people you never forget! Forever in our hearts.

  4. Uncle frank we going to miss you….God bless…we are praying for Grace,Danni and kevin…you was one of a kind……you will be truly missed

  5. Frank was a man with his own vision, he was the go to for financial advice. He one of those people you never forget. FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS

  6. To the family I give my deepest condolences. You are in my prayers! And Danielle friend I love and I’m here for you. I love you friend!

  7. They that hope in the Lord will renew their strength.they will soar as with eagle’s wings they will run and not grow weary, walk and not grow faint.

  8. Mr.Frank Although I’ve Only Meet You Once, But Heard about You Daily Made me Feel as If I’ve known You Forever I Asked & Prayed for All the Time ! I know Danni Has Gained An Angel !
    We Love You Mr.Frank p.s Tell My Dad Hey When You See Him ❤️ Rest Easy Love

  9. Frank, I bid you farewell: One of the wisest people I’ve ever met. No more pain and suffering. Peaceful rest brother in law.

  10. Uncle Frank was my dude. He will be sorely missed. I always appreciated his out of the box thinking, no idea was ever too far-fetched, if so, he didn’t make you feel stupid by letting you know. A young man’s passage into adulthood is going to his first bar. Im proud to say Uncle Frank took me. All my love until we meet again.

  11. I’m really going to miss my brother-in-law/Frank. To make mention of the special sacrifices that he made for me, I had a court case,he flew in to help me with it. I won! You can’t buy that kind of support. When my sister and Frank would come visit, he would fix things around the house. He was very gifted! I’m really going to miss him! Rest in heavenly peace! Love you!

  12. I’m really going to miss my brother-in-law/Frank. To make mention of the special sacrifices that he made for me, I had a court case,he flew in to help me with it. I won! You can’t buy that kind of support. When my sister and Frank would come visit, he would fix things around the house. He was very gifted! I’m really going to miss him! Rest in heavenly peace! Love you!

  13. I’m really going to miss my brother-in-law/Frank. To make mention of the special sacrifices that he made for me, I had a court case,he flew in to help me with it. I won! You can’t buy that kind of support. When my sister and Frank would come visit, he would fix things around the house. He was very gifted! I’m really going to miss him! Rest in heavenly peace! Love you!

  14. I’m really going to miss my brother-in-law/Frank. To make mention of the special sacrifices that he made for me, I had a court case,he flew in to help me with it. I won! You can’t buy that kind of support. When my sister and Frank would come visit, he would fix things around the house. He was very gifted! I’m really going to miss him! Rest in heavenly peace! Love you!

  15. Celebrating an amazing life and wishing comfort in our memories. With deepest sympathy, rest in peace my brother.

  16. Sincerest condolences Grace and family. Your BSWH family will continue to hold you in our thoughts and prayers.

  17. Frank always gave me encouraging words. I can ask for a favor and he would do it. The steadfast love of the lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; great is your faithfulness. Lamentation 3:22,23. God’s comfort is renewed over and over again fresh and new like the rising sun. I will miss you. Rest in heavenly peace.
    Love,
    Your Sister in law, Laura

  18. Uncle Frank was always there when you needed him. Growing up he taught me so much. He always would tell me “If you want something, go get it” and Don’t wait for someone else to do something for you, you can do it yourself”. He always gave me that push that I needed. I am so grateful that he was a part of my life.
    I will miss you
    Love your niece,
    Angel

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