Casey Ann Frank

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Name: Casey Ann Frank
Age: 22
Location: Murfreesboro, Tennessee

DOD:  September 15, 2019


Casey Ann Frank

Franklin – Casey Ann Frank, born March 28, 1997, died at the age of 22 September 15, 2019 of an accidental overdose at her home in Murfreesboro, TN.

The daughter of Cindy Martin Frank of Franklin, TN and John Frank of Columbia TN, and younger sister to Martin Frank of Nashville, TN, Casey was a senior at Middle Tennessee State University studying Construction Management. She was born and raised in Franklin, TN and attended Oak View and Johnson Elementary schools, Freedom Intermediate and Middle Schools and graduated from Centennial High School. She earned an Associate of Science degree from Columbia State Community College.

Casey radiated joy. She genuinely lit up every room she entered with her beautiful smile, sparkling eyes, and her generous heart. In addition to her academic studies, Casey was a voracious learner and creative—in writing, music, and art. She was beyond bright, passionate, kind, and loving and she put needs of others before hers. She was excited about her upcoming career and honored to be part of The National Society of Leadership and Success ( She dreamed of building houses that not only blended with nature, but were also environmentally friendly, sustainable, and a peaceful place to call home. Casey’s generous heart also shone in her lifelong love of animals.

Casey leaves behind many others who loved her including her grandmothers Barbara Martin and Ann Frank, her aunts and uncles, treasured cousins and wonderful friends. May all who met Casey remember her joy and light. Carry Casey in your hearts, and share her light freely, and always, with no reservation.

A celebration for Casey Frank will be held on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 5:00pm at Solitude Farm, 3140 Old Murfreesboro Road, College Grove, TN 37046.

Memorial contributions may be made in Casey’s name to Renewal House at Although Casey was not connected to Renewal House, she would support its critical mission to keep mothers and children together while breaking the cycle of addiction.
Published in Tennessean on Oct. 6, 2019

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