Rodney, my condolences to you and your family.
Rodney,I want you to know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May the Good Lord provide you comfort and healing. I'll always remember you from Osteopathic and the car you helped me buy(still have it) God Bless and keep you all at this time though I never met your wife I am sure Mary was a wonderful lady. Take care.
Tía, no words can ever express how great full I am to you for your advice and encouraging words. I will never forget the day at Grandmas when we sat in the living room and you spoke to me mother to mother and woman to woman about life and a career. I am thankful to Our Father for using you in blessing me with the opportunity and encouragement to attend college to become a nurse. Your words of advice were soft spoken, yet full of power and love. I carried your loving advice and encouragement while in nursing school and daily as I work in nursing. Thank you Tía, thank you so much. May you rest in peace Tía, I love you always.
Your loving niece,
"He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and there will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things are gone forever." Revelation 21:4
Prayers are with you and your family. Love you prima.
My condolences to Family & Friends of Fran, she was a beautiful lady inside & out, Led a great life, her caring & compassionate spirit has touched so many people and will continue to do so as she lives on in our hearts, God Speed Fran....Cecelia Hernandez FWISD Health Asst.
Fran I know you are with Jesus and our mother Mary, there is no doubt. You were a special friend who touched people spiritually by words and example. You will be missed.
My condolences to Rodney and family.
May God comfort you.
Fran, I'm so thankful for your kind friendship over these past 10+ years. I think we met in Catholic Scripture Study class in 2001 and your quiet presence since then has been so comforting. I only knew you at SMG Church and I remember sitting with you as you shared your diagnosis in 2011. Thank you for saving a place for me at Midnight Mass that year when I flew into Church at the last minute after dozing off earlier on that Christmas Eve! You were so excited the last time we talked as you prepared for your pilgrimage to the Holy Land. I will always remember you as a dear friend. May you rest in peace now in the arms of Jesus, without suffering or pain.
Fran, Thank you for leading the way by teaching others the gift of healing that comes from gentleness and compassion.
Rodney and Dion, I am so sorry for your loss. I was in the Navy with Fran for most of my Navy career and hers. I lost touch with her, but I will always remember how kind and soft spoken she was and patient with everyone. She loved you both and her grandchildren. "The peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds thru Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:7
Sharon Thompson Bradley
My dear tia Frances, will always hold a special place in my heart. She was always a good listener, cared deeply about others, and loved her country, not by words but by deeds. She is and will be deeply missed. May God bless her family and know that she loved with every once of her being.
My condolences to the Edge family.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
I am a Fort Worth ISD nurse who didn't know Fran well, but did appreciate her kind, gentle spirit I enjoyed hearing about her nursing experiences in service to our country. I know she will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Nurse Edge, you were such an amazing woman who left an imprint on my heart. You will be missed.
My most dear friend Fran, I will miss you so much, your sweet gentle voice and touch. My friend up the hill has moved higher up to be with our Lord. Not goodbye but so long. Rodney, Dion, and family may God bless you and fill your hearts with hope. Love,