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Frank Arthur Tapscott

Born: Sun., Nov. 2, 1919
Died: Tue., Nov. 27, 2018


Visitation

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Sun., Dec. 02, 2018
Location: Sharon Baptist Church


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Sun., Dec. 02, 2018
Location: Sharon Baptist Church


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     Frank Arthur Tapscott, 99, of Scottsville, died on Tuesday, November 27, 2018.  He was a beloved husband, brother and uncle.

     He was born on November 2, 1919, a son of the late Allan Walker and Annie Wellington (Adkins) Tapscott. He was married for 52 years to the late Doris Patteson Tapscott who preceded him in death.    

     Also preceding him in death were four brothers: Clifford, Alvin, Leroy, and Herman Tapscott; and two sisters: Edith Rush and Louise Templeton.

     Survivors include two brothers-in-law: Riley and Rudd Patteson; many nieces and nephews, including two special nieces: Rhonda Maxey Bowman and Kimberly Maxey Rumsey; special friends: Barbara Teeple and Dale Davis; and a special hospice nurse: Ruth Hurley.    

     Frank was a lifelong farmer.  He retired from the Nelson Tindall Corporation after 46+ years of service where he served as a farm equipment mechanic.  He was a member of Sharon Baptist Church.  Frank never met a stranger and enjoyed conversations with many people.  He enjoyed traveling and touring the country with Doris as they visited many National Parks and tourist attractions.    

     A funeral service will be held at 2:00 pm, Sunday, December 2, 2018 at Sharon Baptist Church in Buckingham County.  Interment will follow in the church cemetery.

      The family visitation will be held from 1:00 pm until service time at the church on Sunday.

     In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Sharon Baptist Church c/o Tom Steger: 3630 Glenmore Road, Scottsville, VA 24590; the Buckingham Rescue Squad: 22 Wingo Rd, Dillwyn, VA 23936; or Hospice of the Piedmont: 675 Peter Jefferson Pkwy, Suite 300, Charlottesville, VA 22911.

     Thacker Brothers Scottsville Funeral Home is handling arrangements.  Family and friends may share memories and photos at www.thackerbrothers.com.

 

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Kathy Rider (Wilcoxon)
   Posted Thu November 29, 2018
Frank will be missed by many, but he is now in eternal peace with his beloved wife Doris. Frank and Doris were like my parents, I lived on the farm next store when I was a little girl. I have many happy memories of Frank and Doris.

I give my deepest sympathies to Frank's family and friends.

Mary Palmore
   Posted Thu November 29, 2018
My thoughts and prayers are with you.

JW
   Posted Fri November 30, 2018
Dear family you have my sincere condolences. What precious memories you must hold of your dear loved one who lived such a long life! May those memories, along with your reliance and trust in the one true God (Psalm 83:18) comfort you during this difficult time and may you find comfort in the promise of a resurrection in Acts 24:15.

Joanne Songer
   Posted Fri November 30, 2018
Thinking of each of you. As each of you were all so good to him. I am sorry that Jewel Brown wasn't mentioned as she did a lot for Frank. He was an amazing man and wish I had his memory. God bless each of you. I knew that Rhonda did so much for him and called everyday. God bless her and Kim too. Rob you raised wonderful children and pray for you each day.

C. Grimes
   Posted Sat December 01, 2018
My warmest condolences and expressions of sorrow to the Tapscott family for the loss of your loved one Frank. May the word of God and the good memories you shared bring comfort, peace and a hope for the future.
Kind regards,

Bevley F "Bev" Butler
   Posted Sat December 01, 2018
Have known Frank since I was just a child; Frank would assist my Father in making repairs on various pieces of equipment and being a very observant child interested in farming I picked up a lot of interest and understanding of how various pieces of equipment worked from Frank throughout the years, from then until recent years. A true friend who will be missed by all who knew him. I know Frank has been received by our Lord and Savior with a "well done, thou good and faithful servant;" Matt 25:21. Now, go and rest on that peaceful mountain Frank.

Richard ("Lud") Nicholas
   Posted Sat December 01, 2018
Frank was my older brother George's best friend way back in the 1930's. As a little boy, in the early 1940's, I used to ride with Frank on his way into Scottsville at night where he was the projectionist for the Victory Theater. He even showed me how to run the projector and to splice the film when it broke from time to time. A fine man and a real gentleman.
"Lud" Nicholas. My deepest sympathy to his family.

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