Frank Anthony Serrano, Jr.
June 3, 1969 – December 30, 2020
Frank Anthony Serrano Jr. was born on June 3, 1969 in Tracy, California. He was the son of Linda Kay Serrano and Frank Anthony Serrano Sr. and the brother of two sisters, Paula and Jennifer Serrano.
Frank graduated from Tracy High School in 1987, then received a business degree from Delta College in Stockton, California.
Frank met his wife, Sheree, at Christian Life Center in Stockton, California, and they married on March 23, 1996. Together they have a son, Jace Anthony Serrano, age 13.
Frank worked for Orchard Distribution Center in Tracy, California for 10 years before he and Sheree moved to Oklahoma. There he began working for Great Plains Rentals in Ardmore, then in Durant, Oklahoma.
They moved to Edmond, Oklahoma in 2013, where he became manager of Great Plains Kubota. Frank cherished his relationships there with his Kubota family.
Frank was a Christian husband, father, son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend who touched the lives of countless people who were fortunate enough to know him.
Frank enjoyed doing things with and was completely devoted to his family. He was his son Jace’s T-ball coach, and never missed a practice or game that his son was involved in, whether it was baseball, football, or hockey. He was the biggest supporter of whatever team Jace was playing on and, of course, he was his biggest fan.
Frank loved his family with complete and total dedication. He really lived up to the meaning of his name, in that he was “frank”, honest, dependable, and trustworthy. His passion was sports, and he actively engaged in Fantasy Football with his friends and family over the years.
Frank is survived by his wife, Sheree, his son, Jace Anthony Serrano, his sisters, Paula and Jennifer, and his mother, Linda Kay Serrano.
Although he will be greatly missed, we treasure precious memories with him, rejoice and celebrate the wonderful life that he led, and are reassured through the promises of our Lord that we will meet him again some wonderful day when we join him in making Heaven our home.
Graveside Services will be held for the family at Hennepin Cemetery in Hennepin, Oklahoma.
In lieu of flowers, the family ask the memorial contributions be made to the Hennepin Fire Department.