Frank James Delk, Jr.

Sunrise: April 17, 1955

Sunset: March 12, 2019

Frank James Delk, Jr. was born in South Norfolk (Berkley), VA. To Hattie Pearl Delk and Frank James Delk but was raised by his Aunt Joyce Jarvis. Frank or Busta as he was so commonly and lovingly referred to, was graduate of Lake Taylor High School. Frank pursued a long career with the Ford Plant in Norfolk where he would retire from after 30 years of service. To know Busta was to love him! Don’t start a conversation with him if you didn’t have at least 20 minutes to give him. Everyone knew him and he knew everybody.

He was survived by ZeNola Harding loving significant other for 27 years. Daughters: Akai Joyce May Bryant aka Katie May (Kenneth Bryant), Pleasure Davon May-Mishoe aka Fesha (Chaka Mishoe), Brittney Creasey, Sade May aka Chicken, and Sons: Frank James May aka Buckless, and Antonio Harding (Tone). Grandchildren: Malik, Ezra, Emonnie, Adonis, Marco, Messiah, Yasmine, Isabella, Chaka (CJ), Kenneth (KJ), Seven, Kortnee, Evian, Summer, A’Lana, Amaris, Angela, and Nephthys. Great Grandchildren: Kemonta’ and Harmony. Lifelong friend and mother of his children Jocelyn May. Other children Frank claimed as his own: Hassan, Simeon, Tykeem, Tyrone, Taurean, Tijah, and Tyrell. Aunt Willie Mae Hawkins (Aunt
FeFe). Dorcas Epperson grandmother to Frank’s children and who always claimed him as her son. He left a host of nieces and nephews.

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    Wilbert McCoy,Jr. says

    RIP brother

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    Janice Durant Holt says

    Deepest sympathy to the Delk family. Frank was a treasure growing up always looking out for his friends and family. We were blessed having known him. May you find comfort and may he rest in perfect peace.? RIH my friend

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    Gloria Lamb says

    My deepest condolences to the Families…Delk and Jarvis. Frank was like an older brother to me growing up in Berkeley.

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    Anna Raiford says

    My deep condolences to the family mr delk was a sweet kind man and always was very nice to me and my coworkers. I work at the credit union and it was always a delight to see him and get to speak with mr. delk and see how he’s been doing or what he’s been up to, May he Rest In Peace

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    audre fields-williams says

    Rest In Peace Frank. I just found out this morning that you had passed. You have been on my mind so much that I searched for you and found your obituary. I’m so sorry I missed your going away ceremony. I hope you and Michael’s (aka uncle Mike) spirit find one another. Love cousin Audre.

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