Franklin D. Emenhiser

November 3, 1936 - October 16, 2020

Franklin D. Emenhiser, 83, of Winnie, died Friday, October 16, 2020, at The Arboretum of Winnie. He was born on November 3, 1936, to Lillian Holmes Emenhiser and Joseph Clark Emenhiser, in Anahuac.

Survivors include his daughters, Donna Emenhiser of Bryan and Glenda Emenhiser of Winnie; sister, Bernice Farrow and her husband, Russell, of Winnie; granddaughter, Tayler Williams of Winnie; great-granddaughter, Kennedy Thumann of Brenham; and longtime companion, Glenda Dailey of Deweyville.

He is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Gerald Emenhiser and sister, Peggy Emenhiser.

Mr. Emenhiser’s cremation arrangements will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

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Peggy Foreman

So sorry to hear about Frank! We have been friends with him and his family for over 50 years! Frank was one of a kind and would do anything for anyone! Prayers and hugs for Donna, Pebbles and all of the family!


Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow. Sincerely, Suzie and Kenny Ortego

Randy Shellhammer

Sorry to get this news. Prayers of comfort for the family. Randy

Mary O’Neal

I’m so sorry to hear of your loss, my heart goes out to you Donna and Pebbles. I love you both dearly. I remember all the good times we had together. Even though he scared me to death in that plane he flew.. Your Dad was a good man, and he loved you girls . May you Rest In Peace Frank❤️

Manuel Garza

Remember him from my high school days f/ Eudora Arkansas

Tommy Poole

Frank was a good friend and taught me a lot as I was growing up. Thinking of you all. Tommy Poole

Judy Wilmoth

So sorry for the loss of your loved one. Prayers for the family and friends.

Larry Winzer

Sorry for your loss had many a good time with Frank working or not working Prayets for the family

Yvonne Stanley

So sorry for your loss prayers for family and friends

Russell & Bernice Farrow

Frank was my Brother, he taught me to ride horses, he and Royce Spencer would take me Beaumont to eat ice cream at 2 in the morning, they always took care of me, and there are too many memories to write here but they are all good. I miss you BUB. YOUR FAVORITE SISTER LANE BRAIN

Leah Carter

After my divorce Frank bought some of my rifles from me. I know he payed me more than they were worth and I appreciated the help at the time.

Nancy Sonnier

Sorry to hear of Frank's passing. Condolences to his family and to Glenda. I enjoyed time spent talking with them and dancing at the VFW in Orange. He was always joking and kidding. God bless you all.