Frances Ruth Garner-Poindexter, 65, of Liberty, Mo., slept in the arms of Jesus on Friday, May 3, 2019 at Liberty Hospital in Liberty, Mo. Frances was born on October 30, 1953 in Excelsior Springs, Mo., to Japtha and Helen (Harris) Garner.
Frances enjoyed spending time with her sons and grandchildren. She enjoyed watching scary movies. And although she was born on October 30th, she liked to celebrate her special day on Halloween. Frances also enjoyed fishing, playing cards and board games, and going out to dinner with family and friends.
Frances was a devoted Christian and attended the Main Street Baptist Church in Excelsior Springs, Mo., for many years.
Frances worked as an office manager and accountant. She worked for Outboard Marine, Inc., Ferrel Gas, Whitkare Cable, Pittsburgh Corning and the Humane Society. When Frances was no longer able to work, she volunteered her time at a food pantry in Liberty, Mo.
Frances leaves to cherish her memory two sons, Travis (Samantha) of Kansas City, Mo., and Clifford (Carrie) of Overland Park, Kans.; two siblings, Dorothy Reece of Excelsior Springs, Mo., and Joe Garner of Las Vegas, Nev.; five grandchildren, Sloane, Carter, Tristan, Korinn, and Brooklyn; and many adoring nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. And a special, lifelong friend, Kay Beth Finley.
Frances was proceeded in death by her parents, Japtha and Helen Garner, and siblings, Beatrice, Harold, Billie, Charles, George, Betty Jean, Bernice and Edmond.
Visitation will be held from 10 to 11 a.m., Thursday, May 9, 2019, with service immediately following at Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs, Mo., with burial at Elmwood Cemetery, Excelsior Springs. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials to The Humane Society.
Our Sincere Condolences
To the son’s of Frances, I know she’ll be missed, because we miss her already. May God be with you guys at this time and think she’s now in a better place with no pain and only love. I’ll miss her smile and laughter. In our day we would say we’ll miss you webe. She’ll know that name.
Love you guys, cousin Robert and Joyce from St. Louis
Travis & Clifford, we send our condolences and our love. We will continue to lift you in prayer. We are here for you guys. Frances was special to a lot of people. May God bless you both!
Aunt Carmie & Charles
To her wonderful children at this time of need. My prayers are with you in this hour of need. Love you both.
There are no words that can express how sorry we are for your loss. I grew up with Frances and she will be very much missed. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you and wrap his loving arms around you providing peace and comfort.
Arrando & Valerie Grayson