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Frank Everett Jammes

12/16/1928 - 08/21/2021
Service Date: 08/25/2021
Service Time: 10:30 am
Service Location: Heart of Mesa- 851 N. Stapley Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203
Visitation Date: 08/24/2021
Visitation Time: 4:00 - 7:00 pm
Visitation Location: Bunker's University Chapel - 3529 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85213
Interment: East Pittman Baptist Church Cemetery

Frank Everett Jammes, 92, beloved dad, granddad and GGdad, passed away peacefully August 21, 2021 in Mesa, AZ  He is now reunited in heaven with his wife, Revenell (Nell) Marshall. Frank is also preceded in death by his parents, Benjamin Francis Jammes and Blanche Garwood, four brothers and four sisters. Surviving him are his loving daughters Marsha (Marti) Bookstein, Jayne Jammes, #1 grandson Bryan (Heather) Campbell and the apples of his eye, great-grandsons Kai and Jake Campbell, in addition to several nieces and nephews. Frank will be sorely missed.

Born in Sanford, FL, Frank began working and paying his own way at age ten. By age 12, he was working multiple factory and farming jobs after school – and also winning at pool games! Frank moved to Jacksonville and soon found his calling in sales, distinguishing himself by receiving many high sales honors from every employer.

Frank earned his GED and married Revenell Marshall in 1948. The young family later moved to Gainesville, GA for more opportunities. After 14 unhappy months they moved to Cocoa Beach, FL, and he became a salesman catering to America’s exciting new space program’s urgent, launch-critical needs. In 1967, as the space industry waned, he accepted a challenge to move to Arizona, partner in a new industrial supplies firm, and show people in the mining industry what the word service meant; he never looked back. Arizona became home. Over the next five-plus decades, Frank and Nell ran several industrial supplies companies, including B&D Supply Co of Arizona, Valley Industrial Supply, Inc and Copper State Supply, Inc, now run by Jayne.

A dedicated Christian, he shared his faith through example. Wherever he lived, he joined and served in a local Southern Baptist Church. Frank learned to be a faithful steward as a young adult and led building programs for growing congregations over the decades in Cocoa Beach, FL and Gold Canyon, AZ.

Visitation will be held Tuesday August 24, 2021 at Bunker Family Funeral Home University Chapel at 3529 East University Drive, Mesa, 85213 from 4PM – 7PM. Funeral services will be Wednesday August 25 at First Southern Baptist Church of Mesa/Heart of Mesa, 851 North Stapley Drive, Mesa, 85203 at 10:30 AM. Service available online at Heartofmesa.org/livestream.

Peel Funeral Home, 301 E. Evans Avenue, Bonifay, FL will support the family on Saturday, August 28. Visitation will be at the Funeral Home at 9:30AM, with services at 10:30AM. Committal service will follow at East Pittman Baptist Church Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Frank’s memory to the Heart of Mesa Church, above, or East Pittman Baptist Church, Highway 179, Bonifay, FL, 32425.




  • Uncle Frank was my mom’s youngest brother. We will miss him.

  • Frank was an amazing man! So sorry for your loss, thinking of you all during this difficult time and sending lots of love your way. Hugs!

  • Roland & Melinda and Framily

    Our heartfelt condolences to all of you. We hope you can feel the love and hugs and strength being sent to you virtually from all over, especially from NJ!

  • My deepest condolences to the family. Frank was a great friend and a very sweet man. He would often stop by the City of Phoenix Controller’s Office just stop by to say “Hi”. Sending prayers during this difficult time. Please know that God only takes the best and Frank was one of them!

  • My thoughts and prayers are with the family! Learned so much from him working at VISI and played many softball games with Frank on the mound! Wonderful memories!

  • Marti: So sad to have your Dad leave his earthly world where he impacted so many people no matter where he bloomed. Looks like he outlived his 8 siblings too. I know you’ll miss him. And I know he imparted his wisdom to you and your sister.

  • So sorry for your loss. deepest condolences to all.

  • Frank is, not was, but is a man of pride and honesty that this world needs more of. He never stopped doing what he loved to do, the old fashioned meet and greet. I will miss his smile and sincere handshake. Heaven is a stronger place with him there.

  • Brenda Jammes-Miller

    Sending prayers to you all. Uncle Frank was the youngest brother of my father. Both Uncle Frank and Aunt Revenell touched my heart with love and kindness. I will miss him greatly.


    Beautiful memories of times spent with your Mom and Dad ….will miss the quick wit and reminiscings sitting around the table ..My heart aches knowing how much you will miss your Dad.

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