Obituary for Frances L. Green

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Frances L. Green

Died: April 15, 2017

Frances L. Green (nee Hoyt) of St. Louis, Mo passed away on Saturday, April 15, 2017.  Frances was married to Donald W. Green for 54 years.  He preceded her in death in 1998.  She was employed by Franciscan Hospital retiring in 1989 with 30 years of service.
She is survived by daughters Sandra Kay of Alameda, CA, Nanci Gordon (Tom Kinney), of Mission, TX, Cathy Sardo (Michael) of Maryland Heights, MO, 5 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.  She was preceded in death by 2 grandsons.

Services are at Hutchens-Stygar Funeral and Cremation Center, 5987 Mid Rivers Mall Dr., St. Charles, MO 63304 on Wednesday, 4/19 at 11 am.  Visitation is one hour before services.
Burial will be at the National Cemetery, Arsenal Island.
Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Foundation.

 

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Hutchens-Stygar Funeral and Cremation Center

Address:

5987 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
St. Charles, MO 63304

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Service Information

Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Time: 11:00 am - 11:45 am

Hutchens-Stygar Funeral and Cremation Center

Address:

5987 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
St. Charles, MO 63304

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Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017

Time: 2:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Rock Island National Cemetery

** We will meet across the street from the entrance to the cemetery at 1:45 PM**

Duckies Formal Wear, 1534 River Dr., Moline, IL 61265 (parking lot)

We MUST enter the cemetery all together as a funeral procession.

 


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Cathy Sardo posted on4/23/17

Mom, I love you with all my heart and I will miss you more than words can say. Be free my love. No more pain and your mind will be clear once again. I know Daddy was waiting for you with open arms and a beer in each hand. We had some really great times throughout our lives together. We were once mother and daughter, and then became best friends. I will always remember your sense of humor and your wit. I will rely on your wit to get me through the many tough days ahead. You were a strong woman Mom. I have inherited your strength. I love you Mom. Thanks for a wonderful life.

 

Thomas KInney posted on4/20/17

I met Fran almost 10 years ago. I lived across the street in RI. Everyday I would see her in her wheelchair out picking weeds from the sidewalk. I would go over and help her because it was the right thing to do. Afterwards, we would sit in the shady backyard and have a beer or two. We became fast friends. One day she introduced me to Nanci, her middle daughter. I ended up marrying her a few years later. Everyday I would come home and visit with Fran and of course have a beer or two. The talks and visits will be remembered -- always. Her smile and laughter will remain in my heart and mind. I will miss my visits and our outings we had. I will miss my Fran, but I know that she is with Don and Chris and everyone, and they are looking down upon us from high, and they are happy once again, as we are. Love you Fran.

 

Bob and Rhonda Marbach posted on4/18/17

Cathy, Mike, Casey,Craig and the rest of the family We are so very sorry for your loss. We pray that all of you have Peace, to bring comfort Courage, to face the days ahead and Loving memories of Mom, Grandma to hold in your Hearts forever. Love and Prayers to the whole family. Bob and Rhonda

 

Dale and Steve Buechler posted on4/18/17

Our heartfelt prayers are with you Cathy and your family. No words can take away the pain of losing a loved one. Your mom lived a good long life. Mrs. Green was so lucky to have you as her caregiver. You made sure she had comfort in her later years. Cathy you was her rock.

 

Kay and Carl Hardman posted on4/18/17

Although I wasn't able to meet this special person I felt I knew how special she was by the many stories and conversations her daughter Cathy shared with me. Cathy, Mike, and family I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Kathy Garrison posted on4/18/17

To all of you my heartfelt condolences, you are in my prayers and thoughts. With hugs and love Kathy

 

Linda Norman posted on4/17/17

Our deepest condolences to all the family. I was fortunate to have spent a little time with Ms Francis and loved every minute of it. She was such a joy. I loved her sense of humor. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love Linda and Keith

 

Nanci Gordon Kinney posted on4/17/17

My Dearest Mother. The love I have for you is beyond words. We had our disagreements when I was a teenager, but, thankfully those were put behind us. When Chris died, you were 80 plus years old, but you were my rock. I was and will be eternally grateful for you at that devastating time. When you and I moved back to Rock Island in 2003 we had some amazing times. We laughed, and continued to grow closer than ever. You shared a very deep and painful secret with me, and I will continue to keep that just that a secret, and I will go to my grave with it. Mom, you were such a joy, funny, smart, quick witted and you had a soul of a angel. Soft hearted and sweet, you attracted friends, and kept them for life. When I was younger, and people said I looked like you, I can say I probably wasn't the happiness, but as I grew up, and as I gained wisdom, what a honor to be compared to you. Now, as a older adult, how special is it look, act, and be like you. You radiate personality Mom, how wonderful is that. I will miss you more than I can possibly explain, but, you are not gone, just your shell, your vessel for living on earth has been taken, now your heavenly journey begins. You can walk now, you can think right now, and ALL your Memories are in tact. Fly away Mom, fly high, live your eternal life. I will see you again. All my deepest love, Nan.

 

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