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Frank Elicardo Sanchez Jr. (Frankie)

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In Loving Memory

“Till The Wheels Fall Off”

“Till The Stars Go Boom”

Frankie was born January 5, 1989 and called home on September 29, 2021. He passed away in Lubbock Tx. Frankie was the son of Frank and Judy Sanchez. Everyone who knew Frankie seen him as funny and always had a wise joke to crack. He could light up any room with his infectious smile and personality.

Frankie had one sibling his little sister Eyrekra Sanchez who he was extremely close to you hardly seen one without the other. Frankie was a loving father to his only son Eligah Mathis whom he loved and adored. Before his accident Frankie loved spending his free time with his right hand men his Dad Frank and his Tio Tad who did just about everything together from fishing, hunting and working their bond was unbreakable.

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Frankie was loved by many and will be forever missed and in our hearts. A saying shared by his immediate family was “Till The Wheels Fall Off” meaning we would have each other through it all and we did with that being said Till The Wheels Fall off Frankie we love you forever and always.

Preceded in death by his Father Frank E Sanchez Sr., Grandmother Sarah Frances Perkins, Grandfather J.T Perkins SR., Uncle J.T Perkins JR.

Frankie was survived by his Mother Judy Sanchez and Ray Zavala, His Son Eligah Mathis, His Sister Eyrekra Sanchez and Joseph Aguilar, Niece London Aguilar, Grandparents Frank and Mary Sanchez, Uncles and Aunts Tad Sanchez, Liz and Frances, Tricia and John Pilley Cousins David Kann, Dionna, Matthew Barreras and several more cousins.

Services for Frankie will be held on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021 at 10AM at Ballard Funeral Home.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at www.ballardfuneralhome.com.

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