Franklin

June 2, 1966 ~ April 1, 2022

Born in: Fort Myers, Florida
Resided in: Cape Coral , Florida

Franklin Stanley Hopper, Jr., age 55 of Florida passed away Friday, April 1, 2022 in Florida. He was born June 2, 1966 to the late Stanley Hopper Sr. and Cleon Smith Hopper of Albany, Kentucky. Besides his father he was preceded in death b y his grandparents, Bernice and Eunice Smith, Franklin Berry and Zella Mae Hopper. One aunt Ruth Hubbard.
Frank was a truck driver and member of the Bethel Assembly of God. Frank was known for his kind and giving spirit. Always ready to help a friend in need.
Besides his mother he is survived by a sister Stacy Lynn Hopper of Albany. Aunts, Janelle (John) Hubbard and Kathryn (Louie) Poynter all of Edmonton. His best friends, Brad and Beth Kulbacki, Bubba Cook, Chuck Woods, Fred Moore, Eric Heckler, Joe Durham and Sean St. Amard. God son Trevor Abbleby. Three special nieces and nephews, Hunt, Sissy and Delton Hulbardy.
Services for Frank Hopper will be held 1:00 PM, Saturday at Butler Funeral Home in Edmonton. Private burial will be in the Edmonton Cemetery. No visitation will be held prior to the service.
Butler Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted to the care of Mr. Hopper. Please share your messages of condolence with the family at www.butlermemorials.com.

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  1. Rest in the arms of the angels. You’re race is run. Rejoice with your loved ones. We will see you when the Lord calls us home for that great reunion in the sky!

  2. You will forever be missed and I will miss our friendship. Even though we were not related by blood you were my brother and to my parents you were another son. I am sorry I wasn’t there for you in the end. I love you my brother and every year on my birthday you will be remembered as the generous man that you were to those in need. I know better than anyone that you were tired but it’s not fair that you are gone. I needed just one more laugh and one more conversation with you. I will miss you forever and the void that is in my life will never be filled. Thank you for being my friend.

  3. Oh Frankie (as I called him in school) you have no idea what an impact you had on your friends. You will sadley be missed and forever remember on that forsaken day of all days when the lord called you home. Little did you know, you had the last say. Rest well my friend…

  4. Oh Frankie (as I called him in school) you have no idea what an impact you had on your friends. You will sadley be missed and forever remembered on that forsaken day of all days when the lord called you home. Little did you know, you had the last say. Rest well my friend…

  5. You have no idea how much you will be missed. I love you always miss you forever. Love you Buddy Daddy. You were so much more than just a friend to us, always there when any one needed you. Franko you will forever hold a place in our hearts ♥️ We love you

  6. RIP Frankie. I remember the days of being young and going Bethel Assembly of God. My thoughts and condolences go out to Cleon, Stacy and family.

  7. Super Hooper , Frank the Love Tank , my brother !!! What an impact you made on my life. We forged a path through out our life in business and chasing that white line highway all over America, I wouldn’t change a thing other than having you on this earth longer. Thank you for being a huge part of my life. I know you are happy now , I feel it in my soul … God Speed Big Brother.

  8. Once a Red Knight, always a Red Knight. Those were our best days!! And we’re all still a tight knit bunch. You will be missed Frank. Prayers sent for your family 🙏🏼 Rest easy, my friend.

  9. I’m sorry for signing twice, it may be 5 times before I’m through. You were the first love of my life. And there was NEVER a time that I didn’t love you! Always will. I grew up into an adults with you. You had so much influence in my early life. I wish that we had been able to talk more over the last year. It hurts that I couldn’t or didn’t get back to you in the end. I wish I had known you were gone. I’d have been there at the funeral. Cleon & Stacy, I love you and I’m so sorry he’s gone. My thoughts are with you and My 💔. I will love and miss my Frank forever❣️
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