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Obituary for Nov. 12, 2012


‘Doc’ Franklin

Baker City, 1942-2012

Kent “Doc” Franklin, 70, of Baker City died Nov. 8, 2012, at St. Alphonsus Care Center.

At his request, there will be no service.

Kent graduated from Carl Hayden High School and Phoenix College in Arizona. He was employed as a pressman for the Phoenix & Gazette Newspaper for 35 years. After retirement Kent and his wife of 40 years, Joan moved to Lake Montezuma, Ariz., to be near family. Kent loved and enjoyed his family and friends and always kept them close. He made them feel special by contacting each one every year on their birthdays. Kent and Joan visited Baker City every year since 1993 to visit their children and grandchildren and finally made it their home two years ago.

Survivors include his wife, Joan Franklin; his son, Michael and his wife, Rebecca Franklin; his daughter, Jeanenne and her husband, David Bowers; his mother, Margurite Franklin;  his brother, Vearl and his wife, Delores “Dodie” Franklin; his nephew, Bryan and his wife, Lisa Franklin; his niece, Shelly and her husband Steve Sarkesian; his grandchildren, Alysia and Erika Bowers, and Alannah Biles and her husband David; his great nephews, Richard Greene, Lorren, Darren and Jonathan Franklin and Payton Sarkesian; his great-nieces, Shelby and Jordan Sarkesian; and his great-grandchildren, Brayden and Cayden Biles.

Kent was preceded in death by his father, Warren Franklin, and sister, Barbara Greene, and nephew Richard Greene.

Contributions may be made to Parkinson’s Foundation. This may be done through Coles Tribute Center, 1950 Place St., Baker City, OR 97814.

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