Frank Joseph Rao

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Frank Joseph Rao was born on June 24, 1949, in Beaumont, TX, and at 74, he passed into eternity on February 26, 2024, at 10:57 PM in Spring Branch, TX.
Frank married his wife, Margaret “Peggy” Rao, on December 19, 1970. He is survived by his wife, daughters Courtney Skillman and Heather Clark, his grandchildren Greer Skillman, Rowan Clark, and Greyson Clark, and his sons-in-law, Chuck Skillman and Keith Clark.
Frank was a generous and loving man to everyone he met. He enjoyed being outdoors, working in his workshop, and maintaining his property. He was an avid craftsman, hunter, fisherman, and boater throughout his life.
Before retiring after 45 years in the Construction Industry, he served as Vice President, General Manager, and Manager of Construction.
A memorial service will be held at a later date in Spring Branch, TX, at the home he built for his loved ones.

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  1. My first love. Never known a person with a bigger more compassionate heart. I miss you more than there’s words for dad. ❤️

  2. My condolences to you Peggy and your family for your loss. Frank was a great man and friend from long ago. Peace and comfort in the coming days. God’s loving Grace be with you all.

  3. Our condolences and may God Bless and keep your family in peace and comfort as you grieve the loss of your dear Father and Husband.

  4. My cousin, my childhood playmate, my friend. I could always count on you for anything. I am heartbroken and will always love and miss you. Rest in eternal peace.

  5. I’m so grateful for the time I got to spend with Mr. Frank! He was such a great Man and I will cherish those memories… lots of laughs! My prayers to Peggy, Courtney & Heather and Family love and miss y’all!

  6. I know your hearts are broken, may you find peace and comfort in Gods grace as he heals your hearts with love, comfort, and memories of Frank your husband and father.
    All my love
    Danielle Fields and Family

  7. Peggy, I send you sincere condolences. You and Frank were a joy
    to know. A wonderful, warm couple with great human and wit always.

  8. My sincere condolences to all of Frank’s family. I knew Frank from our high school days in Beaumont. He was a genuine and very caring person with a big heart and I always appreciated and respected him. Our Heavenly Father cherishes and holds Frank in his memory.

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