Frank Watts Stroupe

October 24, 1958 ~ August 11, 2021 (age 62)

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After sixty-two wonderful and hardworking years, Frank Watts Stroupe, resident of Myrtle, MS and a United States Army veteran, departed this life to be with his loving wife Cynthia Stroupe on August 11, 2021.
Frank was born on October 24, 1958 in Memphis, TN. He worked on the Mighty MS, was a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne and worked at Walmart DC for twenty-two years.
During his life, his love for music and family would become well known. He never met a stranger and loved to talk for hours on anything history related. There wasn't a question he couldn't answer or a problem he couldn't' solve. a man of few roeds, but when he spoke, it was from the heart, a man you could always count on and a role model for many.
He will be remembered by his sister; Lisa Boyd, two sons; Johnathan and Christopher Stroupe, two daughters; Crystal (Daniel) McAlister and Carrie Hernandez. His nine grandchildren; Jason Brill, Christine (Cameron) Shorty, Elijah Brill, Brianna Brassell, Isabella Cullens and Jimmy Cullens, Jr., Courtney McAlister, Joseph and Hazel Stroupe, followed by seven great-grandchildren other relatives and many friends.

Services will be held on Saturday, August 21, 2021 at 3p.m., at the funeral home chapel. Burial will take place at Gerizum Cemetery In Myrtle, MS. Serenity-Simmons Funeral Home of New Albany is in charge of the arrangements.

Funeral Service

August 21, 2021

3:00 PM
Serenity-Simmons Funeral Home
722 Coulter Drive
New Albany, MS 38652

Military Honors

August 21, 2021

4:00 PM
Gerizum Cemetery
County Road 71
Myrtle, MS 38650

1 thought on “Frank Watts Stroupe”

  1. Dear Stroupe Family, I am sorry for your loss and you have my deepest sympathy. The loss of a loved one brings great pain and sorrow but you can have comfort from Gods word the Bible.
    Acts 24:15 says “There is going to be a resurrection” so you can see your dear loved one again. And this is a promise from our loving Heavenly Father. I hope this was a source of encouragement to the family.


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