Frank Gay

Final Resting Place

Caloosa Crematory
560 E. Hickpochee Avenue
LaBelle, Florida, United States

Obituary of Frank James Gay

May 22nd 2017 - The world lost a great man Frank James Gay III (39). Frank is survived by his loving Fiancee Melanie Nicole, and four beautiful children Ty Robert 22, Jayda Nachelle 16, Connor Isaiah 5, and Serena Elizabeth 4. Frank is also survived by his parents Bud & Geri, his two siblings Joby (wife Staci and children Josh, Colt, and Dilan) and Gayla (husband Jay and children Jenapher, Justin, and Jared).

Frank was a smart, kind, generous man, who would help anyone in need, or give the shirt off his back, without a question asked, only a few jokes. If you had a problem, he was there for you to listen and guide you in the right direction. Frank was an artist at heart, and while he spent a good majority of his life working, his final years were spent with his children, doing what he loved. Raising babies, and Art. If you handed Frank a pen and paper, you were sure to have a tiny masterpiece when he left it where he sat. Frank enjoyed spending time with his children, making tiny works of art, fishing, and his friends. Frank mastered anything put in front of him. He could help you with any endeavour your heart desired.

Frank had enough heart and soul for us all. Always happy, full of energy, and a smile on his face. He did not look at the bad side of life, only the brightside. He would not want us to mourn his life, he would want us to celebrate and cherish the time we did have with him. There was so much to say about Frank, no words will ever convey the loss this world has suffered when his body and presence left us.

"When we get to the end of our lives together, the house we had, the cars we drove, the things we possessed won't matter. What will matters is I had you and you had me." "A thousand moments that I had just taken for granted - Mostly because I had assumed there would be a thousand more."

Memorial Service is private.

Cremation Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home - Fort Myers.

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