Phillip Morris Frowner was born February 9, 1959 to Rev. Ellis C. and Mary Ann Frowner in Manila, AL. He departed this life on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at the Jackson Medical Center in Jackson, AL. Confessing Christ as his savior in childhood, he was baptized into the fellowship of the St. Matthew #1 Baptist Church in Manila, AL and later moved to Chicago, IL where he united with the West Pullman Baptist Church there in Chicago.
Preceding him in death were his parents, Rev. Ellis and Mary Frowner; five brothers, Jessie, Clayton, John M., Edward, and David; and five sisters, Edna, Essie Von, Nellie, Florence, and Novetter.
Left to forever cherish his precious memories are his loving wife, Annie R. Frowner, Alma, AL; four daughters, Latosha Frowner and Deardra Frowner, both of Alma, AL, Tiandra Hunt of Mobile, AL, and Jakayla Frowner, of Rockville, AL; one son, Fredrick (Candice) Hunt of Mobile, AL; one sister, Mary Lee Kirksey of New South Holland, IL; three brothers, Rev. Webster Frowner of Kansas City, KS, Rev. Henry (Martha) Frowner of Manila, AL, and Bennie Frowner of Alma, AL; five grandchildren, Dakota West and Derrick West both of Alma, AL, Farrah Hunt, Fredrick Hunt, and Christian Hunt all of Mobile, AL; mother-in-law, Bessie Rivers of Alma, AL; a devoted niece, Rosemary (Jimmie) Hunt; devoted nephews, Zachary Washington and David Frowner, Jr.; a devoted sister-in-love, Aretha Frowner; a devoted friend, Stacey Barnes; six brothers-in-law; two sisters-in-law; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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