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Frances Hicks Marley Cline was born in Bishop, Texas to Lillian and Leroy Hicks on October 21, 1913 and died peacefully on December 5, 2012. She grew up in San Antonio, Texas where she graduated from Brackenridge High School and The Milam School for Girls. She married her high school sweetheart, John Douglas Marley. Seven years after John died; she married Dr. Leon Cline, who had been a family friend for many years. She was so blessed to have had two loving husbands. She was predeceased by her parents, her two husbands and her son, Douglas Marley. She is survived by her daughter, Molly Marley Webster and her husband, Dan. Two step sons, Gerald Cline and his wife, Marianne of Thousand Oaks, Calif. and Dr. Barnett Cline and his wife, Nancy of Blanco, Texas. She is also survived by grandchildren Elizabeth Marley Roach and husband Shawn, Caroline Webster Cain and husband Christopher, Kurt Goslin and his wife Robbin, Alice Cline, Sarah Cline, Philip Cline and wife Sarah and Lea Cline. Also surviving are her great grandchildren Charlotte Molly and Christopher Michael Cain, Jr.,Charlotte and Piers Cline, Christopher Goslin and Kendra Squeo and great great grandchildren Makayla Cline and Marley and Harper Squeo. She had a very fulfilling career as a Deputy Clerk in the U. S. District Clerk's Office for the Western District of Texas. After she retired, she enjoyed painting, gardening and participating in many volunteer activities at Christ Episcopal Church. Her family would like to thank Miss Wanda for the loving care she gave Frances for the last two years and to Alma, who so lovingly helped maintain her home. Although Frances loved flowers, she requested that memorials be sent to Christ Episcopal Church, 510 Belknap Pl., San Antonio, TX, 78212 or Friends of Hospice San Antonio, Inc., P.O. Box 40487, San Antonio, TX, 78229-1487
DECEMBER 10, 2012
CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
510 BELKNAP PLACE
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Published in Express-News from Dec. 6 to Dec. 9, 2012