Frank James Bellamy

March 14, 1947 - January 28, 2013

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In profound sorrow we announce the passing of Frank J. Bellamy, age 65, of Newnan, Georgia, on Monday, January 28, 2013, at his residence.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2013, at 1:00 PM at Sellers-Smith R.W.S. Memorial Chapel, Reverend Felton James, Pastor/Eulogist. Interment will follow at Lincoln Cemetery, Atlanta, Georgia.

Veiwing will be held at the funeral home on Friday, February 8, 2013 from 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM.

Frank James Bellamy was born March 14, 1947, to Inacy James and Washington Bellamy in Palmetto, Georgia. He attended Ruth Hill elementary, North Side Junior High and graduated from Central High School in 1965.

In 1967, Frank had a daughter name Phoebe, but he didn’t quite find himself doing his best in life, so in December 1969, Frank moved to Los Angeles, California. While getting his life together Frank met and married Dyanne Belinda in 1971; to this union Kymoni Franqui Bellamy was born. He also inherited 3 step-children, Myssee, Sunshine and Nateau. In later years, Frank moved on with his life and other children were born, Lynn Simone, Frank Jr., and Fillippe Bellamy.

Frank has several family members who proceded him in death: his son, Kymoni Bellamy; step-son, Nateau Harrison; brothers: Joe, Joel, Charlie Wash and Frank Bellamy; and three sisters, Alma Jackson, Christine Bellamy and Mildred Bellamy.

Frank always kept a job, he was employed by The Packing House in 1971, McDonald Douglas Aircraft 1978, Los Angeles Unified School District 1982, Hugh Helicopter 1985, and until his death Hamilton Aviation in Tucson, Arizona.
Frank was known for the Love that he shared with everyone he came in contact with, the smile that was always on his face, driving fast, riding motorcycle, and talking fast. I can hear him now "what's up baby" (in that super fast voice, LOL), listening to loud music, having the best of anything that money can buy and making MONEY! He was a man of great strength and character and an absolute pleasure to be around at all times. If you knew him you know that he was a classy, cool, a smooth kind of man and he could dress his behind off!

On January 28, 2013, Frank gave up the fight and answered God when he called his name. He will be sorely missed but never forgotten; he will forever be forever be in our hearts. “Miss him but let him go”.

Frank leaves to cherish his memories: his mother Inacy James Newson: three daughters; Magrette (Kenny) Johnson, Phoebe (Doug) Rothey, and Lynn “Simone”Bellamy (Marco) Pitts; two sons, Frank Jr., and Fillepe; two brothers, AC (Jessie Ann) Bellamy and Earnest Woods (Marion); four sisters, Linda, Glenda,Sarah Lou,and Barbara Ann; one step-son, Nathaniel “Sunshine”; eighteen grandchildren, Gimmeko (Larry), Sha’Ron, Mysshalae, Tre’Sean, Destinee, LaChina, Kymoni Jr., Rashawn, Samoni, Aureal , Jonathan, Bictoria, Adriana, Zachary, McKenzie, Trinity, Nathaniel Jr., and Nateau Jr.; eight great-grandchildren, Larry Jr., Larrell, Larrenzo, Larron, Myren, Loren, Fillepe Jr. and Kacey; girl-friend, Ms. Mary Lewis; a very special friend, Dyanne Young, and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, other family members and friends.