Frank E. Jaynes, 50, Burlingame: July 9, 1971 – Sept. 18, 2021 – Osage County Online | Osage County News

Frank E. Jaynes, 50, Burlingame: July 9, 1971 – Sept. 18, 2021

BURLINGAME, Kan. – Frank Eugene Jaynes III, 50, of Burlingame, Kan., passed away Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, at Stormont-Vail Hospital, Topeka, Kan. Frank was born July 9, 1971, in Topeka, the son of Frank Jr. and Sandy (Blodgett) Jaynes.

Frank attended and graduated from Highland Park High School.

He met his wife, Kayla when they were 15 and 16 years old. They married on June 15, 1991, in Topeka. They spent a lifetime together as soulmates, best friends, business owners, and loved and cherished one another each and every day!

He owned three businesses, Jaynes Automotive Repair and Car Sales, and was co-owner of Auburn Odds & Ends Antiques and Furniture.

He was preceded in death by his son, Brent Jaynes; father, Frank Jaynes Jr.; and his in-laws, Robert Jr. and Loretta Massey.

He is survived by his wife, Kayla Jaynes; two daughters, Casey (Darci) and Alissa Jaynes, of Burlingame; a granddaughter, Camdyn; mother, Sandy Jaynes, Lawrence, Kan.; father-in-law, Joe Degan Sr.; a sister, Cheri (Michael) Jaynes-Mullins, Lawrence; two sisters-in-law, Angie (Jarret) Burkey, Auburn, Kan., and Heather (Jonathan) Miller, Topeka; and a brother-in-law, Joe Degan Jr., Burlingame.

Frank enjoyed so much about life, such as spending time with all his family and friends at events, swimming, playing volleyball, bowling, go-carts, ATVs, fishing, and going on lots of vacations. His favorite place for vacation was Branson, Mo. His passion was rebuilding hot rods like his 1970 Chevelle and many others, but he absolutely loved racing his #07 race car out at Heartland Park Raceway. He was a firm believer in Bigfoot and was a superfan of everything Star Wars. He loved a wide array of music and would jam out every day. He loved all four of his fur babies, including Tiny, Baylee, Tank and Lily, and loved spending time with them. He loved everyone dearly and considered everyone his friend. He was truly a one-of-a-kind man, a dedicated father and family man. He worked so very hard all his life, as you could tell by his grease-stained hands. He always said that his pride and joy was all his girls and he made sure that we always knew that.

Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 24, at Davidson Funeral Home. He will lie in state 12-8 p.m. Thursday, with visitation 6-8 p.m., at Davidson Funeral Home. Interment will be at the Rochester Cemetery.

Memorials can be made to the Davidson Funeral Home, 1035 N. Kansas Ave., Topeka, KS 66608-1241, to assist with funeral expenses; see

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