Frank Quill Sammon III, 75, of Lawrenceville, GA passed away after a brief illness, on September 15, 2015. He was preceded in death by his parents Alvin and Mera Sammon and his sister Sally McKelvey. Frank attended Georgia Military Academy where he was an all-star athlete. He attended The University of Georgia and John A. Gupton School of Mortuary Science. After graduation he joined F. Q. Sammon Funeral Home. Frank was a real estate broker and Vice President of Gwinnett County Board of Realtors. Frank founded the Gwinnett County Department of Business License and acted as the first director. He later was self-employed as a Right-of-Way agent and Title Examiner. He loved to watch college football, especially the Dawgs, play chess and try his hand at the casinos. Frank was an avid golfer, who looked forward to his golf game every Monday and Wednesday with his buddies. He also was a sportsman who loved to fish and hunt. He is survived by his loving wife, Betty Ann Adams Sammon, son, Frank Quill Sammon IV and wife Tracy Debardelaben Sammon, daughter, Anita Sammon Oakes and husband, Tim Oakes, son, Adam Doby and wife Sheila Owensby Doby. “Pop”, as he was known to his beloved grandchildren, had 6 grandsons, Blake Sammon, BJ Sammon, Chase Sammon, Kyle Oakes, Noah Doby and Sawyer Doby and 1 granddaughter, Lindsay Sammon. He is also survived by brothers, Carter and wife, Peggy Sammon and John Sammon and Nancy Norton. A memorial service will be held on Friday, September 18, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel with Rev. Charles Dunahoo officiating. The family will receive friends on Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 5:00-8:00 P.M. at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA. 770-277-4550. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in memory of Frank Sammon to the American Cancer Society or your favorite Charity. Online condolence can be expressed at

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  1. Frank was a wonderful man! He will be missed! Praying for all the Sammon family… All our love, the Edgar Couch family… Jeff, Jan, and Jennifer

  2. Betty, my heard and prayers go out to you and the family, in the loss of Frank. He was a caring, loving, wonderful man you were married to for thirty three years, and one thing for sure he knew he was loved. Their will be so many memories, to tell your grandkids, great-grandkids, family, and friends. One thing for sure he knew the love you had for him and that meant a lot during his few days, of life left, it was time for him to go in the open gates of Heaven to rejoice with others, and have no more pain. My God be with all of you and give you strength to get threw the time to say good-bye, God Bless You All.

  3. Betty Ann – My sympathy to you and your family. My prayers for comfort and strength at this sad time.

  4. All our love and prayers are with the family, as we know the heartbreak of losing a dear love one. Frank was a wonderful
    caring person who will be missed. He is truly God’s gain and all our loss. God Bless

  5. Sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. Grew up together and friends for all these years
    All the family are in our prayers
    Jim & Barbara Hood

  6. Frank checked titles for the law firm I worked for and knowing him was a joy. He was always friendly, dependable, and would go the extra mile to help you. I know all his family and friends will sorely miss him. Prayers are going up to help his family through this very trying time.

  7. Betty, we just got the message this morning. We’re so sorry to have missed his service. Frank was a sweet and funny man and we enjoyed his presence at work everyday. Our thoughts are with you. Beverly & Bubba Evans

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