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Franklin McDonald Stone
March 28, 1942 ~ November 17, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Born on March 28, 1942~November 17, 2023 in Indianapolis, Indiana to Anna and James Stone
Survived by his wife Judy Stone married 61 years, children; Dianna Holbrook, Donna Dieringer (Keith), Kevin Stone and Michael Stone (April). Grand children; Douglas, Jay (Christian), James, Jessica (Michael), Rachael (Cody), Joshua, Christopher (Morgan), Ty, Anna, Matthew. Great Grandchildren; Easton, Kinsley, Garrison, Brooklyn, Zeke. As well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Surviving siblings; Dixie Bosley, Linda Jenkins, Thomas Stone, Larry Stone
Proceeded in death by his parents Anna and James Stone, siblings: Myrtle Stone, George Stone, Charles Stone, James Stone, Mary Harris, Harold Stone.
Frank served in the United States Air Force Management and Procurement serving 20 years, then employed by Austin Energy serving 18 years, and lastly, a Volunteer Marshall at the Delaware Springs Golf Course 17 years.
Frank organized golf tournaments with a great heart including ones to benefit others. One such tournament was starting the Tommy Cardenas United Way Golf Tournament in 1989 and volunteered thru until 1993.
As an Honor Graduate from the United States Air Force Non-Commission Officers Top Three Academy he received a Meritorious Service Award for Outstanding Support and Productivity.
Other than the love of his family he was also a: Member of the Burnet Methodist Church and a avid sports enthusiasts who loved pitching baseball both at home and abroad and playing golf. In fact, Frank earned 7 of his 13 hole-n-ones at Delaware Springs Golf Course.
A private graveside service will take place at a later date. A reception will be held at the Burnet Methodist Church following the service for family and friends. Arrangements will be conducted thru Jenkins Funeral Home & Flower Shop. And flowers or donations of your choice can be sent to Jenkins Funeral Home & Flower Shop.