Frances Stansberry Taylor was born on April 23, 1928 to Lorenzo and Leatha Stansberry in Carrolton Mississippi who preceded her in death. Frances made a commitment to God at an early age, then united with Eastside Seventh -day Adventist Church, and later joined Haughville Seventh-day Adventist church.Frances employed at L.S. Ayres and retired after 24 years of service. Frances son Jonh Franklin precedes her in death. Frances leaves six daughters to cherish her memory Rubbie, (Roosevelt) Johnson, Charlie (Mark)Parker, Jessie Cousins, Bettie (James) Harris, Johnnie Franklin, Jewell Davis, Four Sons, Melvin(Connie) Franklin, Robert Franklin, Joseph Franklin, Willie Taylor, A host of Grandchildren, great Grandchildren, Nieces, Nephews, and others relatives and friends.Services will be held at Crown Hill Funeral Home on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Visitation will be from 10-11 a.m. with services immediately following.
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Loving memories, while vacationing in Arizona with daughter Charlie "Tina" .
To: Sister Rubbie Johnson & Family,
There are no words to express the sorrow of losing a Mother. A Mother is the life-line of a family. I know that your Mother has taken rest in Heaven and is just asleep. For the Bible says those that die in Christ are not dead but just asleep. Know that prayers are being petitioned to Heaven on behalf of you and your entire Family. May the comfort, peace and strength of the Lord sustain you through this time of sorrow. The love and memories of your Mother will live within your heart and mind forever. May you be encouraged in the forth coming days.
Mother Earline Foster & Family
Francis, affectionately know as Muah, I loved and cherished all your wise and direct words of wisdom the matriarch of this large family was not always easy to manage but you kept it real. Now that you are in heaven I know that you are at peace and you memory’s will alway be in my heart ❤️ love you granddaughter Jaye ( Charlie Mae’s daughter)
Grandma you are the only person I know for a fact was accepted into heavens gates. I'm gonna miss our talks soaking up your wisdom was a spiritual refill for me. See you later, love you.
To the Stansberry/Franklin/Taylor family may God walk beside you during this difficult time. I am asking God to lighten your heart and lift all burdens. May God Bless each and everyone of you. Love Don Harrison - Boca Raton, FL
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