Franklin  Floyd

Franklin Floyd

May 25, 1936 - August 11, 2022

Franklin Pearce Floyd, 86, of Denison Texas passed away at his home on August 11, 2022. He was born May 25, 1936 in Lynch, Kentucky, the son of the late Robert Lee Floyd and Stacy Sturgill Floyd. He was preceded in death by five brothers Bob, Jack, Joe, Ed and Woodie. He was also preceded in death by his first wife Sue Seale, they were married from 1956 to 2007.

After graduating from Lynch High School, Frank attended Eastern Kentucky University. After college Frank was hired by The Pillsbury Company and worked in Albany, Indiana and Terra Haute, Indiana. He was transferred to Denison, Texas in 1980, where he worked until he retired as Plant Engineer and Sr. Project Engineer with 43 years of service.

Frank was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel by Governor Julian M. Carroll on May 16, 1978. Franklin was also involved with the Mason DePaul Lodge 338, New Albany, Indiana and Scottish Rite 32nd degree, Valley of Terre Haute, Indiana, Zorah Shriners, Terre Haute, Indiana.

Left to cherish his memory is his wife Faye Williams Floyd of Roanoke, Va., his sons Walter (Sheri) Floyd, Plano, Tx., Keith Floyd and Shanna Peratte, Denison, Tx., Eric (Maribel) Floyd, Helotes, Tx. and was “Poppy” to his grandchildren; Jeremy Floyd, Kayal Kramer, Brittany Charrvaria, Sara, Amy, and Ava Floyd. Also stepdaughter Cherri (Jemmy), Robert and their son David of Roanoke, Va..
Frank loved to play golf and enjoyed meeting with friends at The Tanglewood Golf Club on Tuesdays and Fridays.

He was a kind and loving “gentle” man and was always ready to help anyone. He will be so missed by all. Most of all we will miss that big laugh of his. Frank wished to be cremated and requested there be no service.

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  • Robert and Cheryl Herriage


    Robert and Cheryl Herriage purchased the Beautiful in Blue for the family of Franklin Pearce Floyd.

  • John P. Tyson M.D.


    To the Frank Floyd Family —– Frank and Sue were my neighbors “up the hill” in Denison for several years before moving to Sherman. Good Folks ! Please accept my Condolences. John P. Tyson M.D. — Denison, Texas

  • Sherry Crose


    On behalf of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, the Order offers its deepest condolences and is proud of a life well lived by Colonel Floyd. Sherry Crose, Executive Director Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels

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