My Man - Frank D. Boston, Jr.

Posted by Al Hathaway Friday, May 13, 2011

I'm deeply saddened by the lost of my friend, Frank D. Boston, Jr. We would meet at the Capel's Barber Shop and discuss issues out in the open. The patrons would join in the conversations. Someone would tell a joke, and the whole barber shop would erupt into laughter. He was a consciously political leader. He services were not for personal gain, but for the people. He handled his illness with dignity and grace. Just the other day, I saw him. His state was weakened and he was in a little pain; but his concern was how the work of the church was going?

He was a sharp dresser. This blog is tough to write. He and I go back many years, and our relationship was deep and true.

He will be missed. The atmosphere in Capel's shop will be a little different. However, we will continue to talk politics and laugh. He would have wanted it that way.

Good Bye My Friend. See you in that great getting up morning!!!

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