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Frank K. Rayborn

January 2, 1969 — June 30, 2014

 

 

Services

A memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 6, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. at J. Levy & Termini Funeral Home, with Coach Elroy Thomas officiating.

Visitation will be held prior to the service beginning at 9:00 A.M.

The family is requesting those attending Frank’s service to be dressed in Dallas Cowboys attire, in honor of his love for the Cowboys.

 

Frank K. Rayborn, “Coach Frank”, beloved husband, father and friend passed away at the age of 45 on Monday, June 30, 2014, surrounded by his family. Frank was born in McComb, Mississippi on January 2, 1969. At age 17 he moved to Dallas, Texas to be with family, and shortly thereafter met the love of his life, his wife and best friend, Yvonne Marie Rayborn. Little did they know, they were beginning the most exciting chapter of their lives.

Frank’s wonderful personality combined with his loyalty, integrity and love for his wife and son made him much loved by his family and friends and greatly appreciated and respected by anyone lucky enough to cross his path. When not at work, you could find Frank coaching his son Daniel’s football games, or on the mats perfecting their MMA, always as a team. From Daniel’s Flag to Senior Riptides football career, Frank was there coaching him every practice and every game. Coaching was his life. Not far behind came the special love he had for the Dallas Cowboys.

Frank was preceded in death by his younger brother Jason Dean Brantley.
He is survived by his beautiful loving wife of 19 years, Yvonne Marie Rayborn; his amazing son Daniel James Rayborn; his mother Jannette Rayborn; his father Frank K. Rayborn, Sr.; his sister-in-law Stephanie Lynn Thielen; and his nephew Sully Thielen; grandmothers Amelia Ordonez and Rebecca Gonzalez; father-in-law Jaime Gonzalez and wife Cori; brother-in-laws Ricardo Gonzalez and Stephen Foster. Other survivors include Dolores “Dolly” Silva; Lisa McKey: David Silva; along with numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and fellow Riptide’s family and work buddies.

Honorary pallbearers include: David Silva, Tres Gibbs, Juan Angel Gonzalez, Trinidad Gonzalez, Reagan Gibbs, Mike Wisner, Louis Gately, Kori Fortune and Jimmy Clore.

In lieu of flowers, memorials and donations may be made to the Villalobos Rescue Center, 4525 North Claiborne Avenue, New Orleans, La., 70117, 504-948-4505.

The family is requesting those attending Frank’s service to be dressed in Dallas Cowboys attire, in honor of his love for the Cowboys.