Wonderful mother and person. When small I enjoyed man a Sunday dinner on the Finkle farm. Growing up I always thought Frances was my aunt instead of cousin by marriage. I still think of her as my aunt and always will. Love and prayers to Ellen and Mark.
The best Aunt ever! She had a huge heart and a beautiful soul. I am thankful for the lifetime of memories. Sunday dinners, holidays shared, camping trips, picnics in the back yard, advice given, love shared. I hold these memories close to my heart always. XO
Frances was a dear sweet person who I met many years ago at Countryside Care center. I always enjoyed visiting with her. Condolences to the family.
My fondest memories are of playing tag in the yard, catching fire flies and trying to eat those sour grapes. As a kid I can not remember her not smiling.
I worked with Frances for several years at Delhi Tech in the kitchen many years ago. She was such a sweet lady and great friend. My sincere sympathy to her family a great loss for you all. Thoughts and prayers to you all.
This woman was so special to me! Such a tender heart with sternness in her voice. She was a life long neighbor and I was so blessed to have her close! She will be missed so by us! Love to all the Family! Thank the Lord she is at rest for we all know the pain she suffered!
My heart is sad today. The finkles were like my second family. I will always remember your mothers kindess and that little giggle she had. Prayers for your entire family.
I am so very sorry for the family's loss. This is a big loss and I will be praying for all of you. She was such a wonderful person and I loved her so much. She loved me, my brother's and sister even though we were not blood related. She always treated us wonderful when ever we went to visit. I will miss her.RIP Aunt Franny. Pinky Rogers