My Dearest Nanny, I sent a message in your questbook before your service and not sure why it never posted. My post to you...Nanny..Nanny..Nanny... Where do I began and how do I accept that you are no longer a phone call away. I know our Good Lord has a plan and called you home but feel I need more time. I feel I need a few more years and would settle for a few more months. While talking with you I pray you heard every word I said and felt my love. I have never been good at writing my feelings on paper. I express my feelings from the heart. My memories will make me sad and comfort me at the same time. Its hard for me to accept the fact I can no longer hug you, say I love you and receive an I love You back. I do and will always feel your love. Death leave a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. I love you Nanny. You will always live in my memories and forever in heart!! xo
Debbie Brown, June 14, 2020 Frankie, You are and will always be one of my closest friends. Your compassion and bright spirit was a blessing to me and all those you encountered through the years with your work as mother, nurse, volunteer, missionary, teacher, student, fellow artist and friend! You were a true friend to all and a gift to my family and this world! I know that your beautiful soul is at comfort and peace in the arms of our amazing father in heaven! We pray this same peace to all your family, friends, fellow artist and missionaries you've left behind! Daniel 10:19 “And he said, ‘O man greatly loved, fear not, peace be with you; be strong and of good courage.' And as he spoke to me, I was strengthened and said, 'Let my lord speak, for you have strengthened me.’ ” We love you, we miss you, and we know that we will be with you and our father again! Your friend, Peggy
Peggy Crosby, June 12, 2020 Just got back in town and shocked to see Frankie's obituary. She was a sweetheart and I loved working with her at Quitman Friends of The Library. She will be greatly missed. Bev
BEVERLY CHAMBERLIN, June 11, 2020 I love you very much nanny. Bri Brian Nathaniel Brown, June 10, 2020 My prayers go out to the family and friends who are dealing with their loss today. May God Bless you & direct your path to the peace that only he can provide.
Peggy Conard, June 10, 2020 Our hearts are with you and your family as you grieve this loss. With love... Jim and Linda Webb, June 9, 2020 Lisa I am so sorry. Please know you are in my prayers. Debbie pustejovsky , June 9, 2020 Priscilla I truly know how losing your mom feels like the tree that holds the leaves has fallen. It was so difficult for me to let go and let her be in peace. I think of her everyday and I am sure you will too. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Charlotte Charlotte Hitchens, June 9, 2020 Bill, I'm sorry for the loss of your mom. Will keep you and your family in my prayers during this time. Richard Reed, June 8, 2020 May God bless your family! Vince McCurley, June 8, 2020 My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Mary Brewer, June 8, 2020 Frankie was an gracious and very talented women. It was an honor to know her and to have some of her lovely watercolors. Molly and Glenn Crawshaw, June 8, 2020 So sorry for your loss. We both know what it's like losing your mother. Our thoughts are with you and your family. Janine & John Monaco, June 8, 2020 Frankie was a dear and active member of the Friends of The Library Quitman. She managed our hospitality organizing and often gave interesting book reviews and always worked tirelessly at our book-sales. All with a sweet smile for everyone. She will be sorely missed by us all. Rebekah Rebekah Yeager, June 8, 2020