Raymond A. “Buzz” Frame Jr., 87, of Lore City, passed away Friday (January 7, 2022).
He was born March 16, 1934 in Lore City, on the family farm, son of the late Raymond “Casey” and Amelia “Amy” (Sneddon) Frame Sr.
Mr. Frame was a lifelong Farmer, and a Carpenter/Contractor most of his life. He and his wife Thelma raised Shorthorn cattle on their farm. They were also 4-H advisors for 30 years and enjoyed the Guernsey County Fair. As Contractors, Frame & Sons would build commercial and industrial structures which ranged from all 5 Guernsey Banks to Detroit Diesel additions, Byesville Library additions, and several new gas stations for the Hartley Company and many many others over a 30 year period. He was very proud to work for the Cambridge/Guernsey County and surrounding areas. He served in the Navy Reserves, he was a graduate of Old Washington High School and a long time member of Stop Nine Church of Christ.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his wife Thelma (Eberle) Frame whom he married in 1954 and passed away November 24, 2020; a son, Rusty Frame and a sister May Davey.
Those surviving are a son Doug Frame of Lore City; five grandchildren, Casey (Frame) (Joe) Rich, Courtney Frame,Connor Frame, Raelene Frame and Chad (Libby) Caudill; five great grandchildren, Isaiah, Levi , Aaron and Micah Rich and Hunter Caudill; a sister Martha Jerman of Coshocton; several nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Tuesday from 11:00 to 1:00 at Stop Nine Church of Christ where services will follow at 1:00 with Evangelist Woody Biggs and Evangelist Mark Beros officiating. Burial will follow in Old Washington Cemetery.