Born: March 11, 1939 - Deceased: April 13, 2023
Frank E. Cumberland, 84, of Belleville, IL, born Saturday, March 11, 1939, in East St. Louis, IL, passed away Thursday, April 13, 2023 at Mar-Ka Nursing and Rehabilitation in Mascoutah, IL.
Frank worked as a Iron Worker for Local #392. He was a member of Edgemont Bible Church Fairview Heights IL,and a U. S Army Veteran. Frank loved the Lord, family and fishing.
He was preceded in death by his:
Surviving are his:
Memorials: Memorials may be made to HSHS Hospice or Edgemont Bible Church
Visitation: Visitation will be from 9:00 am to 12:00pm on Saturday April 22, 2023 at Edgemont Bible Church in Fairview Heights.
Funeral: Funeral service will be held at 12:00 pm on Saturday April 22, 2023 at Edgemont Bible Church in Fairview Heights, with Rev. Doug White officiating. Private family interment at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, MO.
Dear Daureen, Stephanie, Larry and family, Mom and sent our heartfelt sympathy and prayers for healing Frank was a good man who brightened your lives in many ways. May all the memories you share help ease the pain of losing him. Got bless and keep you in his care.,
My sincere condolences to Daureen, Stephanie and her children,Jennie and Larry for the loss of a wonderful man, a husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and brother. (These are the ones I have met except Larry). I pray God will provide all of you with grace, peace and strength in the days ahead of adjusting to life without this great man! Keep the wonderful memories alive. I have great memories and pics from when you guys came to Franklin TN in May 2022. God Bless everyone one.
My deepest condolences Daureen to you and your entire family. May peace be with you during these difficult times. Frank was a good man. I remember him fondly. May God Bless.
Dear Daureen and family,
We will sure miss Frank sitting out on the porch and visiting with him when we take our walks. He was always so helpful and thoughtful of everyone. Our hearts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Love, Rodney and Elizabeth
I want to express my deepest condolences to Daureen and the Cumberland family on Frank’s death. Frank was my friend going back to the Roosevelt Homes in East Saint Louis, IL. He and I were instrumental in the formation of a ‘teen town’ there in the projects. I have good memories of his mom Dora and his sister Jennie. Please take comfort in knowing Frank now Rests in the Loving Arms of our Precious Savior Jesus Christ. Rest in Peace my friend. I too look forward to joining you in that beautiful place called Heaven. Father God please Bless Franks entire family and keep them all safe in Your loving care.
I am So Very Sorry to hear We lost our Frankie. I loved him dearly. And I feel horrible I was planning on seeing him in Mascoutah at Mar Kay. God Bless all of your Family and Larry. He was an Awesome man. Local 392 Lynn Woesthaus