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Frankie Wayne Becraft II
September 30, 1971 ~ September 17, 2023 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Frankie Wayne Becraft II "Buddy", 51, of Jeffersonville, passed away on Sunday, September 17, 2023, at his residence. He was born on September 30, 1971, in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky to Frankie and Alonna Becraft.
Frankie was a graduate from Montgomery County high school. Top of his class at Rowan County Vocational for welding. He enjoyed anything outdoors especially hunting, fishing and riding dune buggies.
Frankie is survived by his parents Alonna and Frankie Becraft of Jeffersonville; his 3 children, Hannah Highley (Dylan) of Mt. Sterling; Jacob Becraft of Jeffersonville; Shelbie Fair (Chase) of Georgetown; a Grandmother Augusta Prater of Mt. Sterling; 4 grandchildren, Saylor Highley, Brooks Wayne Highley, Carsten Fair and Kash Fair. He left behind so many other family members that he loved so very much.
Frankie was preceded in death by his wife, Angela Glass Becraft, his brother, Brandon Becraft, his maternal grandfather Alonzo Prater; his paternal grandfather Ernest Becraft; his paternal grandmother Phyllis Taulbee.
Pallbearers; Rick Skidmore, Danny Skidmore, Alonzo Jereme Prater, Marty Prater, Jacob Becraft, and Dylan Highley.
Visitations will be from 5-7pm on Thursday September 21, 2023,
Funeral will be Friday September 22, 2023, at 11AM.
Both will be held at Christian Assembly of God in Mt. Sterling Ky 40353. Committal will follow the service at Curt Becraft Family Cemetery in Means, Kentucky.
"We won't remember the days, but we will always remember the memories