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Frank Hank Beymer III

September 5, 1940 ~ August 11, 2021 (age 80)

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OBITUARY FOR FRANK MERRITT BEYMER III DOB: SEPTEMBER 5, 1940 DOD: AUGUST 11, 2021

Frank Merritt Beymer III, age 80, Hopkinsville, crossed over the Jordan on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 at his home of natural causes. Graveside Services will be at 10:00 AM Saturday, August 21, 2021, at Antioch Church Road Cemetery with burial to follow. Maddux-Fuqua-Hinton Funeral Home has been entrusted by the family to handle the arrangements.

Mr. Beymer was born in Corpus Christi, Tx on September 5, 1940, the son of the late Frank Merritt Beymer, Jr. and Selma Trimble Beymer. Frank was an interesting man of many talents: one of which became his most defining characteristic and that was music. In high school, Frank (nicknamed Hank by this time and has remained until this day) was awarded the top vocal choir award "Mr. Velvet Voice". He learned to play guitar in those early days and after college traveled the US with a friend as a 2 man Jazz band. In November of 1967, Frank settled down and married Beverly Ratliff starting his family life working in local law enforcement to find himself a decade later back into his music again.
Having given his heart to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, Frank (Hank) vowed to serve his Lord as musical evangelist, singing, preaching and teaching the truth where ever he was led, which included the internet where he had a teaching website. Frank's calling had come from Timothy 4: 1-5 and Jeremiah
1. Though he had worked as a graphics artist for the Kentucky New Era and the Bryan College Station Eagle to pay his way, his heart and service belonged to Jesus first and foremost until his death.

Frank (Hank) was a member of Living Spirit Worship Center in Kelly with Pastor, Aldin Parker, who will be presiding over the services. Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Beverly Ratliff
Beymer of Hopkinsville; his son Kenneth "Casey" (Kathy) Beymer of Hopkinsville; his daughters, Kelli Bomer of Central Texas, Kerri (Fernando) Cano of Georgetown, Texas; seven grandchildren, J.C. Williams, Jordan Williams, Anthony Hebert, Brendon Hebert, Chad Hebert, Jonathan Beymer and Karalyn Beymer; four great grandchildren, BrenLynn and Bryce Williams, Tate and Lucy Hebert and one Hebert on the way.

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Services

Service
Saturday
August 21, 2021

10:00 AM
Antioch Church Road Cemetery

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