Condolences for Frances M. Baker

Starla Norris posted on 10/16/19

Aunt Frances please know how very much you will be missed! Thank you for your Love and for being a part of my life! May you rest in Peace and without pain! God Bless you! Don't worry about the Popeyes Chicken I am sure it will be there in Heaven! Love you! Your niece Starla Rae Norris


Stephen Norris posted on 10/13/19

My sisters and I are so sad to have lost our beloved Aunt Frances. As Herbie says, it was always a comfort to talk to her. She was one of those people who was always there for you when you needed her. While we may not have agreed on every political issue, there was never any doubt about the love in her heart for her family and everyone else in her life. I especially cherished the memories she shared of growing up with my father (her brother, “Butch”), Aunt Mary, and their brothers. Her death is such an untimely loss to so many—they must have sorely needed another angel up in heaven.


Stacey posted on 10/13/19

Aunt Frances was a source of inspiration and encouragement to me. We shared a birthday, many laughs and much love. I like many, miss her. She is forever in my heart. With much love, Her niece, Stacey Norris McMahon Daughter of Earl “Butch” Norris


Herbert L Norris posted on 10/11/19

Aunt Frances was a great friend and adviser.She made everything better on bad days her calm demeanor, sense of humor and the many good stories she would tell will be missed.I have always felt her love in my heart, she made me feel better just to know she was there.


CINDY MOORE posted on 10/11/19

So sorry to hear about Frances' passing. She was such a sweet lady and I always enjoyed my conversations with her. She will be missed at Riverton Christian Church.