Frances-Hallekamp-Obituary

Frances Hallekamp

San Pablo, California

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Such a sad time for me...and to be thousands of miles away in Australia during the loss of a precious and dear aunt! I know that she would want me to continue "my adventure"!!! Aunt Frances was quite a Lady...and a real adventurer! She was so dear to me. I loved her dearly and cherish the wonderful memories I have of our times together.
God bless and keep you, Karen! I love you!

Dear Mrs. Hallekamp--

Your light has been a part of my life since I first came in your presence in 1959, and you honored Beth and I as co-editors of The Helmsman. I hope I have shared even a part of that light to my family and friends, as well as the thousands of students I've had since the first time you smiled at me.

You will remain a treasure to all who came your way.

Love always,
Gary Bookout
Class of 1959, Walter T. Helms Junior High...

Karen Words can not say how much Aunt Frances meant to me. She has always been a "Special Aunt" all my life. I'll miss her and Sandy will miss her in many ways....Love, Linda and Sandy

Frances was my husband's great aunt, and we enjoyed getting to visit with her both at her home in Port Costa as well as when she would make her "pilgrimages" through Texas and Arkansas. She was fun loving and always full of energy. I don't think I ever saw her without a smile on her face. She NEVER forgot a special occasion, and loved her nieces and nephews like they were her own. She will be greatly missed!

Dear Karen, We are are living with thanksgivig to God for giving us the precious gift of our Aunt Frances. The joy and love she brought to us is immeaureable and cannot be replaced. We are thankful for you and your devotion to her for so long. So many sweet memories we have of you. I, Connie, have from my childhood been blessed with her love and caring. Thank you for being our special friend.
Walter, Connie, Michael James, Charlotte Ann

What a wonderful Lady and Great Friend to my mom. Frances will be missed.

My Great Aunt Frances was an amazing lady! She taught me to love life and never slow down. Enjoy the adventures you find every day and be thankful for family and friends. I will always cherish the time I spent with her and am thankful for her kind, loving, caring spirit. We love you Aunt Frances. We will see you again some day in our Father's house.

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Frances Brashears Hallekamp Jan. 15, 1925 Oct. 22, 1925 Resident of Port Costa Frances was born in Leola, Arkansas to Grover Cleveland Brashears and Bertie Jane Jones Brashears. She graduated from Ouachita Baptist University and earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration on a Rockefeller...

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