Frances R. Skye
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Frances R. Skye passed from this life on July 20, in Tulsa, OK, at the age of 95. Frances was born to Silas and Frances Ann (Scriven) Russell on July 4, 1918, in Watonga, OK. She married George Eri Skye in 1939, who passed away in 1997 after 58 years of marriage. She was preceded by her daughter, Judith Steele, and grandchildren: Jennifer Holmes, Jason Holmes and Holly Holmes. She was a member of Rebecca Sunday School Class Memorial Baptist, Delta Rho Delta member for 40+ years, Tulsa Garden Club Member, and active Volunteer at St. Francis and Doctor's Hospitals. She is survived by her son, George E. Skye II, MD (Pat); daughter, Elaine Holmes (Terry); grandchildren, Rachel Stokes, Sherry Steele, Stephanie Farha, and Susannah Skye; great-grandchildren, Noah, Raina, Silas, Sule, Emma, Macy, and Gage and cousin, Larry Bonner. Services will be held at Memorial Baptist Church at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, July 24. Burial at the Peoria Indian Cemetery in Miami, Ok at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be made to your favorite charity
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