Frank Queen

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Frank Queen

Frank Queen, age 67, of Paducah passed away at 3:40 p.m. Friday, November 20, 2020 at Mercy Health Lourdes. Frank was a member of Friendship Baptist Church. Frank had served as Chaplin for Lourdes Hospice for 12 years, taught 20 years at Mid-Continent University; has served as pastor at Bandana Baptist, Baptist Tabernacle and has spoken at many other churches and groups. Frank is survived by his wife, Sherry Tuck Queen; two sons, Matthew Queen of Metropolis, and Stephen Queen and wife, Kacey of Fancy Farm; three grandchildren, Maya Queen, Oakley Queen and Jayda Queen all of Fancy Farm. Preceding him in death was his brother, Butch Queen. His parents were, Hugh M. Queen & Jaeannetta King Queen. Private graveside services will be held at Antioch Cemetery in Ballard County with Revs. Jason Browning and Tim Bertram officiating. There will be no visitation. Milner & Orr Funeral Home of Paducah is in charge of arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may be made to, Lourdes Hospice, P.O. Box 7100, Paducah, KY 42002-7100. We appreciate your help in maintaining state mandated Covid restrictions. This includes wearing a mask and maintaining the minimum 6 feet of distancing within our facility at all times. During this difficult time, you may show your support by joining the "Hugs from Home" program, where your message will be attached to a balloon in the chapel to remind the family of your love and support. Please go to www.milnerandorr.com to send a hug. You can send a message to the family and light a candle at www.milnerandorr.com.
September 2, 1953 - November 20, 202009/02/195311/20/2020
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Jeff and Charlotte Riedfort

November 21, 2020

The planting of 1 memorial tree in the honor of Frank Queen has been arranged by Jeff and Charlotte Riedfort. Planted in Kirtland Habitat Restoration MI. Plant a tree
Our heartfelt sorrow for your loss. He was greatly loved and will be missed.

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