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                                 Frances Yeargan

Frances Yeargan's Mother passed away on September 16, 2007
and our Classmate Frances ashes was buried with her Mother.

Frances Yeargan, Passed Away on January 28, 2006,
One Week To The Day After Her Classmates Pays Her A Visit



1970

Several of her Classmates had an opportunity to visit her Saturday, January 21st, 2006. She was in very good spirits and was very happy for the visit.
Frances passed away, one week later, Saturday, January 28, at 8:20am.
Cremated, there will be no service, no funeral until her mother, Helen Yeargan, passes away.

Thank God that we took that opportunity last Saturday to see Frances. Now she is with Jesus and in no more pain - Mary Beth

Well, as we know that she suffers no more.. she's in heaven with the Lord and is normal... no more pain or sorrow... we should be thankful that we went to see her last Saturday... Louise

May the fond memories of our loving friend, Frances Yeargan, comfort us at this sad time!!! Our hearts are broken. Thank the Lord that some of us visited her last Saturday! Bless her heart.
With sympathy,
Class Alumni President Randy

Now I look at Frances' pictures (on France's page) and see the mug ...SMILE... I am so moved that I cry seeing you guys there with Frances. It is so nice to see that people still care about others and be there for them. It touches my heart - Debbie Spencer

Just got home and was checking the email... and felt like I was hit between the eyes upon learning of Frances' crossing over. You, Lester, - as always - did a beautiful job on her personal page and I know it was done with a heavy heart...and glad she's free from her "prison" and finally be a normal person on the other side....Anonymous

Obituary
Courtesy of The News and Observer,
Raleigh, NC


This page originally posted on 09/18/2007
and was last updated on 03/23/2011.

                                

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