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Francis Ross Jolley (1934 - 2011)

Obituary
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Francis Ross Jolley passed from this life, to her journey with our lord and loving husband Eugene Jolley. Her life long journey ended on September 8th.
Fran was born on March 1st 1934 in Seattle Washington. Fran had many hobbies such as horses and horseback riding when she was younger, she loved gardening, walking, reading, movies an especially family get togethers and events. In the past years she has really enjoyed working and making friends with Lodi police partners program. Fran also like to travel, one of her favorite places to go was the Sonoma county fair because of the wonderful flower show they would put on. Fran managed the Sunset theater here in Lodi for 14 years from 1967 to 1981, she was part of the BBW for years. She also held many managment jobs throughout the valley. Fran was a loving wife, mother, mentior and caregiver. In Dec. of 1973 Fran married the man of her dreams Eugene Hector Jolley, and for 29 years they enjoyed a love like no other. In the last years of Genes life, mom never waivered in her strength to take care of him. She is proceded in death by husband Eugene Jolley, son Timothy Scott. She is survived by sister Joan McClain of Camino Is., brothers Alvin Mervyn Jr. and Daniel Mervyn of Washington, children Gary Scott and wife Julie Scott of Ione, Ronald Scott and wife Jackie Scott of Lodi, Ross Scott of Valley Springs, Stacey Scott and husband David Anderson of Wallace. Grandchildren Daniel Beckwith and wife Catie Beckwith of Citrus Heights, Nathan Scott of Ione, Katie Scott of S.F.,Magan Scott of Lodi and Rebecca Scott of Lodi. Plus 3 great grandchildren. The family had a private ceremony on Sept. 14th at the gravesite. We would like to thank all the caregivers of mom in the last 2 months, especially Dr. Stephen Block and staff. Also nurses and doctors at Memorial Hospital.
Published in Lodi News-Sentinel from Sept. 15 to Sept. 22, 2011
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