In Memory

Frances Hempstead



 
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03/02/10 06:54 PM #1    

Maria V Hernandez Reyes

I"m so sorry about Frances, when I move to Illinois from Puerto Rico  I didn't  known a word of english, Frances became my best friend and help me out  she was with me in every where I went, I remember she join the spanich club to learn spanish, once she knew a few words we start hanging around during school and after school, I met her dad a great man by the way R.I.P (pappa) we went to the mall and also to the movies my first american movie was "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" I could continue writing but I rather keep those memories for me, Frances was a good person,friend,sister and most of all her heart was like GOLD she was humble,smart and a best best friend I  always will remember her R.I.P. my dear friend we will see each other again till then.. with love your friend for ever...

Maria Hernandez


05/15/10 07:58 PM #2    

Terri McNeill (Kovalchik)

Frances was in the Army when I was considering it.  Surprisingly, she was at the recruiter's office the day I went in to check it out.  It was a great surprise to see her, and she helped me make the decision to join the U.S. Army.  Thanks Frances.  Rest in Peace.

Terri


07/05/10 09:29 AM #3    

Terri Cichon

Frances,was always so nice to me.. God bless you and rest in peace.


07/15/10 12:11 PM #4    

Sandra "Sandy" Parker

I can certainly echo what everyone else has written about Frances.  I knew her first in grade school at Sheridan Elementary.  Both her and her sister Eleanor who was a year ahead of our class were just exceptionally nice girls.  Always friendly, always interested in everyone and everything and would do anything for you.  No wonder she decided to serve her Country.    Frances would have loved coming to our reunion and seeing everyone again.   Together in spirit if not in the flesh.

Sandy  


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