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Frank Engram

Frank Engram, age 86, of Herrin, passed away at 6:20pm on Saturday, January 23, 2021 at Herrin Hospital.

Frank was born in Mt. Vernon on February 28, 1934, the son of Rube and Inez (Beckman) Engram. He married Marilyn Lockler in Herrin on February 14, 1985. She survives.

Frank was a member of the Harvest Time Worship Center in Herrin. He was a retired coal miner and member of the United Mine Workers of America. Frank was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, who loved nothing more than spending time with his precious family. He will be deeply missed by all those that knew and loved him.

Survivors include his wife- Marilyn Engram of Herrin

Son- Todd and Bernadette Engram of Orient

Daughter- Deanna and Curt Cornell of Perryville, Missouri

Son- David and Chrissy Vancil of Marion

Grandchildren- Lindsey and Brian Adams of Perryville, Missouri

     Shelina Meneese and fiancé Roger Foss of Herrin

     Trent Vancil and fiancé Kaylee Reynolds of Marion

     Mical Todd Engram of West Frankfort

     Kayla Vancil of Marion

     Josh Vancil of Marion

     Britany and Chris Snyder of Carterville

     Brent Erwin of Creal Springs

Great Grandchildren- Madi, Blayne, Gage, and Hunter Adams of Perryville, MO

     Elijah Meneese of Herrin

     Drayzen Foss of Herrin

     Vivian and Cameron Snyder

     Celsie and Corbin Erwin of Creal Springs

Son-in-law- David Erwin

He was preceded in death by his parents, special niece- Connie Sue Allen, brother- Jack Engram, and three sisters- Marilyn Wheatley, Dolores Waller, and Carolyn Barnett.

Private funeral services will be held. Johnson-Hughes Funeral Home in Herrin is assisting the family with final arrangements. For those who wish to sign the memorial guest register, please visit www.hughesfuneralhomes.com


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