Obituary of Frances Moore
Please share a memory of Frances to include in a keepsake book for family and friends.
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things we can go through. No words can express what my family and I are feeling right now and I'm sure only time can help us accept the fact that she is no longer with us.
Our little OCD lady, where do I start? You have been the backbone of this family since the very beginning. You and Dad raised each and every one of us with the same amount of love even if we drove you crazy. No matter how many times we dented the garage with the wiffel ball or ruined the garden with the basketball, you could never be upset with us. You always gave us unconditional love and for that we are forever grateful. Let's not forget all the Saturday nights we had together as a family listening to oldies and drinking captain and coke, I'll forever cherish those moments. Even after losing Dad and Daddy, you never left our side. We will forever miss you calling us 20 times on a Thursday to go food shopping as much as you used to drive us crazy. Our little Betty Crocker, you were a great baker, we are definitely going to miss those chocolate chip cookies around the holidays but I'm sure James and I will fill your shoes and make them just as good as you did! If it wasn't for you mom, I don't know where we would be. We had a lot of great times together and we will forever carry you in our hearts. As they say, grandmas are the greatest gifts sent from heaven, but heaven needed you more than us. You fought so hard for so long, you are finally at peace. Thank you for everything you have done for us Mom, you are finally at peace with Dad and Daddy. Until we meet again Mom. We love you forever and always.