Frank Andrew King Sr.

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Frank Andrew King was born in Steubenville, Ohio on November 15, 1962 to the union of Maxie and Shirley (Royster) King.  

Frank attended Steubenville Schools where he excelled in sports on the state level. Frank enjoyed singing and was a member of the choir in high school and at church.

Frank was a Pittsburgh Steelers Fan. He moved to Columbus in 1988 and was married that same year. Frank studied at Columbus State Community College and was a mentor of the Big Brothers Program.

Frank loved his family and enjoyed being a father, grandfather and spending time with his grandchildren. He loved to dance, grilling, playing backgammon, and keeping busy.

Frank worked in the mental health field for over 30 years. He received many awards and accolades while working with the mentally challenged. He enjoyed coaching his clients, finding employment for them, and empowering them to feel confident.

Frank was preceded in death by his father, Maxie King; brother, Charles Sr.; Nephew, Charles Jr.; Godfather, Floyd Owens Sr.; in-laws, E.D. and Rosie Peterson; sister-in-law, Pamela Peterson and brother-in-law Phillip Peterson.

Frank leaves to cherish his memory his devoted wife of 32 years Tammy; children, Maya and Frank Andrew II A.K.A Drew of Columbus, Ohio; mother, Shirley; brother Floyd King, Sr., sisters, Cynthia (Robert) King, Shirlene (James) Smith Jr., Diane King of Yonkers, NY; in laws, Joe (Nami) Peterson, of San Diego, California, Helen Peterson of Columbus, Ohio.

Frank’s pride and joy were children and grandchildren, Amari, Kyah, Kyrie and Kalien.

Let your fond memories entertain you. Frank is at peace with his creator.

PRIVATE Visitation 10:00 AM and Memorial Service 10:45 AM Sunday, February 21, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

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  1. To the family of Mr. Frank King who will be sadly missed by the Solomon family. He was a great friend to us but one of my husband best friend. Although he has went home to be with the Lord,we cried but we rejoiced because we knew that he was at peace and in no more pain. We will never forget him and he will always be in our hearts.
    Love Mr.& Mrs. Solomon

  2. I’m so heartbroken for you loss of Frank. My deepest condolences to you Tammy, Maya and Drew and the grandkids. I love you guys and Frank will be deeply missed.

  3. Beautiful service. My the family find peace, comfort and understanding. Frank was a kind person p. Praying for you all. He will be missed.

  4. To Tammy and Family……
    We were saddened to hear of Frank’s passing We’ll remember him as a very friendly person who
    always had a smile on his face whenever we encountered him. May the Creator of ALL things,
    grant you peace.

    The Lyles
    (David and Jessie)

  5. My condolences to the family. I was a colleague of Frank’s at Cova for well over 10 years. He was my MAIN MAN at work he was a good guy; funny but you got to know his humor. He was a Steelers though and though! Lost a couple of bets browns vs Steelers games, but Frank was always cool. And Frank’s could dress, always had on very stylish shoes was always dressed “Clean” at work,but he would never tell me, where his gets his shoes! I was very shocked when I heard the news. Frank was a cool dude. I will miss him!

  6. I had the privilege of working with Frank at COVA. Frank’s smile could light up a room! He was a sharp dressed man, a kind man and a good family man. He loved to talk about his kids and his wife. He was so proud.
    I’m fortunate to have known Frank King.
    My condolences to you, his family. His beautiful memory will live on through you.

  7. Dear King family, I am truly saddened to hear your precious Frank left you all way too soon. I had the pleasure of working with him at COVA. He was a funny guy who was always ready with a joke or to talk about the Steelers. He grilled a pretty mean hot dog at our cookouts, too. Frank went above and beyond with his clients and his dedication to helping others was evident. My condolences to your family.

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