Hi my name is jayvien benn i am fran hymons cousin and i just want to say i miss u so much uncle fran and i will never forget they day before you passed i was in the room saying goodbye and he told me in my ear " jayvien i love you so much and he gave me a hug and said bye" then i started to cry in his arm and he told me stop worrying it's ok im in gods hands now
My Uncle Fran! I learned how to ride a bike for the first time on my Uncle Fran's bike! I wanted to be in shape just like him! That is how i felt that day! see you on the better side, and please tell my father that he was loved by his children!
To the family..know that, Francis is Resting in peace.
My thoughts & Prayers to the Hymon family, so very sorry to hear about Fran,May God give all of you much peace, & much comfort and love during this very sad,sad time, he was a great guy, gone way too soon
Karen & family, the service for Fran was truly special ,he was loved by a lot of special friends and family.I an so glad you had him ,and how he took such good care of you and your children you shared.God bless Frans soul ....and you Karen and your beautifull grown children.I will never forget the beautiful service and I am so glad I was there.......I love you my sister.......,Darlene.
I am always saddened when a teammate and classmate passes on, especially one who has lived such an examplary life.
My condolences to the family. May Fran rest in peace.
Jason & family very sorry to hear of his
passing, Fran was truly one of the good
guys, God bless you all!!
Karen and Family,
We are all so sorry for your loss. Words just seem like not enough to convey our grief for you. We want to let you and the family know that we are thinking of you and praying for you. Stay strong.
May you rest in peace Fran.
Beth & Stacy
My sister Karen and Family I am sorry for your loss. It is at times like this I am sorry the distance seperates us. But please know you are on my mind and always in my prayers.
Take care and may you find the strength & peace you need during this difficult time.
Sonia, Floyd and Alexis
May you rest in peace Fran....You were one of the good guy....I have very fond memories of Fran he was always a gentleman. My condolences to his family.
I salute you Fran and your family.May you
rest in peace. Stan Roberts Jr.
Im old friend to the Hymon family from
Charlie,Bobby,and Fran.We were neighbors
at Oakbrook houing during the fiftees.The Hymons were very classy and
friendly to me and my deaf parents.I played sports with Charlie in RHS.God bless their memory.
Karen and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Dianne
My condolences to Fran's family. A friend growing up back in the Oakbrook days, Rest in Peace!
My prayers & condolences go out to the Hymon & Whitlock families. I'm so sorry for your loss Jason. May the Lord keep you & strengthen you through time of mourning.
Hello my name is Matthew Mixon. My grandmother is lillie Mixon, my mother is lillie peaches Mixon, and my uncle is Herbert James Mixon. I share my love, and respect, and prayers to the hymon family. God bless you all.
To Karen and the Hymon family.
My deepest sympathy and prayers.
Fran you will be missed I've missed you for a long time god bless you
farewell my first true friend at southwest jr. high, never will be forgotten.
May your loved one soar on Eagles wings for the Great Courage HE has shown,
Our Freedom which HE fought for and His love of country for which he gave.
The members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart
Michael J. Mescavage, Cmdr.
Dept. of Pennsylvania
Military Order of the Purple Heart
There has never been a time in my life that you haven't been there for me. And through all of those times, you always gave me a big hug, told me how proud you were of me being so strong all the time, even when I was at my weakest, Even with your last words, as soon as I walked into the room the first thing you said was I love you. You always made sure we all knew that when you were here. I think you wanted us to go to sleep that morning, so you could go in peace without letting us see it. You always cared that much. I sat on your porch and watched the sun rise so Aunt Karen wouldn't see me breakdown. That morning the sky was identical to the picture over your bed of Jesus and the one set of footprints to carry you. I looked at the sky for hours that morning and then I saw the Eagle that was circling over your house in the rays of sunshine coming from that sky. It was a peaceful moment that I will never forget.
And Uncle Fran, you were right. Love does overwhelm the feelings of death. And what appears broken can always be fixed. I promise you, I will fix it and I'll help make sure Aunt Karen is ok. I'll help keep the love flowing for all of us, just like you did.
I love you so much and miss you dearly. I will see you again in heaven. xoxo
Uncle Fran you will be truly missed, I know you were welcomed into Heaven by our family. Loving you always.
The Reading High Class of 66 Reunion Committee send their sincere condolences. We are proud to say he was our classmate. Prayers go out to the family.
Geraldine,Valerie,and the entire and extended family of my good old friend "Fran",Always a smile,a hug whenever I'd run into my friend ,that's what I will miss the most,but the many memories,I have to cherish.I hope God keeps you in peace of mind knowing he has no more pain,and that he is resting with Chalie,and his other loved ones.Glad to have had him as a part of my life.May God bless,keep,and be with you all at this difficult time and forever.I love you.
Uncle Fran was always the humble uncle, he loved his family and was always there when you needed him. I will miss his smile and those beautiful eyes! May you rest in peace, with your brothers & sister!
I can't remember any time in my life when you were not in it. I will miss you very much. My deepest sympathy to your family.