July 12, 1934 - January 17, 2022
NOBLE 1: having, showing, or coming from personal qualities that people admire (such as honesty, generosity, courage, etc.) On Monday, January 17th, 2022 in Loganville, GA, Frank Lee Flowers Sr. was called home to rest at a fruitful age of 87. Frank Lee Flowers Sr. was born on July 12th, 1934 in Ennis, TX to the late Willie Mae and William Flowers. The youngest of six children, Frank generously dedicated a substantial amount of his time to helping others. His father, an electrician by trade, included him in many of his endeavors of providing services to his community. Unbeknownst to him, on occasion, Frank accompanied him to assist in the family home of his future wife, Lois Faye Flowers (nee Harris). During this time, he strengthened his work ethic and desire to provide for loved ones. He enlisted in the Army Force in 1954, where he was later honorably discharged in 1962. Frank and Lois married on December 5th, 1958, and soon after their union brought forth five children. In 1970, they moved to Kansas City, Missouri, where their children would spend the rest of their childhood into adulthood. He soon served as a pivotal role model in his community. Under the leadership of Rev. C.W. Frazier, he became an ordained deacon in Greater Mount Lebanon Missionary Baptist Church. He remained a dedicated deacon to Rev. Carl Frazier, whom he loved and was very proud of as he advanced in his ministry. Frank was instrumental in the development and growth of his children. As his family expanded, he adapted to their wants and needs by working at Ford Motor Company as a pipe fitter. His occupation granted him the privilege of demonstrating his extensive wealth of knowledge. He notably built a generator that accelerated Ford’s efficiency and processes; however, despite gaining great success, not once did he abandon his origins. Nearly every weekend, the pack of seven would travel home to Ennis, TX, where Frank would spend time with family and elevate their lives in any way he could. His in-laws never viewed him as such; he was simply an integral part of their family, so they must be named: Mary Harris, Jewel Freeman (who preceded him in death), Ocie Harris, Virgie Rogers, Ronald Rogers, and a host of nieces and nephews. As brilliant as he was, he would let you know that his greatest accomplishment in life was his family. The children in his community admired him. They loved the huge hamburgers he would make for them. When they got older and needed help, he didn’t hesitate to provide that for them, including teaching them how to do home and car repairs. Frank always expressed the importance of learning, growing, and thriving. Beyond being a man of several trades, he enjoyed cooking, barbecuing, traveling, as well as dabbling in novel and unique interests. Frank undoubtedly loved his family through all their life choices. Into retirement, Frank and Lois settled down in the Greater Metro Atlanta area to be closer to their children. In his final years, he never stopped being the loving provider his family knew him as. He took every opportunity to assure them that he loved them and that they were always on his mind. God blessed us with a compassionate, kind, noble, patient father and grandfather with a genuine spirit that touched those beyond measure. Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Willie Mae and William Flowers; his sisters: Louise Booker, Charlene Johnson, Mary Brown; his brothers: William, Ervin; his grandson, Frank Lee Flowers III; and several loved ones. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Lois; children: Karen Alicia, Mark Stephen, Frank Lee Jr, Milicent Colette, and Kurt Duval; grandchildren: Alicia Colette, Kurt Duval Jr., Joseph, Mikiala, Faithful Christian, and Beautiful Reign; special family members: Jeffery Freeman, Joel Bradley Jr., and Henry Roland Jr.; many other young men and women who grew up with his children; A host of nieces, nephews, loved ones, and friends. “Frank (Mr. Wiggins), Thank you for being a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and most importantly, my best friend. We know you loved us dearly, and the love we have for you will forever stay in our hearts. We are going to miss you tremendously! Goodbye for now.” - Your loving wife, Lois “To the only man in the world who had my back. A Quiet Knight whose actions spoke louder than words.” - Karen “Faye is gonna miss you. She is not gonna have anyone to fuss at.” - Mark “Daddy, you are the greatest man I have ever known. I will carry you in my heart and mind forever! I love you!” - Milicent “Papa, I’ve had the blessing of getting to know you more and more these past few years. Your wittiness, your charisma, and your love will forever be missed. Thank you for being the best man I know, and keeping me on my toes. I’ll hold onto that whiskey for you.” - Alicia
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