Frances Graham PDF Print E-mail

Frances Wicker Graham, 96, of Pomaria, widow of John Adam Graham, died Monday, February 6, 2012, at Springfield Place.

Born on July 21, 1915, in Pomaria, she was a daughter of the late John P. and Lula Kinard Wicker. She was retired after 22 years from Damon International. Mrs. Graham was a member of New Hope United Methodist Church where she was a former member of the UMW.

She is survived by sons, Gerald Graham of Pomaria and Randy Graham of Aiken; a daughter, Evelyn Frick of Peak; eight grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Mrs. Graham was predeceased by a son, Johnny Graham, three brothers and seven sisters.

Funeral services will held at 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 8, 2012, at New Hope United Methodist Church by the Rev. Suzanne Walker. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., at McSwain-Evans Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to New Hope United Methodist Church, c/o Robert Davis, 256 Graham Cemetery Road, Pomaria, SC 29126.

Active pallbearers will be Stevie Graham, Roger Frick, Russell Frick, Edward Graham, Johnny Ray Graham and David Graham.

The family would like to thank the staff of Springfield Place for their loving care.

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#9 Debbie & Don Dennis 2012-02-09 14:00
Aunt Frances was a special lady. I know she will be missed. Our thoughts & prayers go out to all her family during this difficult
time.
 
 
#8 Pam Lindler DeHart 2012-02-07 16:24
My sympathy to the family. Ms. Frances lived a long and good life. May God bless you all.
Pam Lindler
 
 
#7 Phyllis Jackson 2012-02-07 14:36
Cherish the memories!! I can see Aunt Frances and Uncle John Adam at the Pomaria ball field right now. And stopping by to see my grandparents on Saturday afternoon with Uncle Mac and Aunt Vinnie on their way to Shealy's. Had to leave early so they would miss the crowd. We love all of ya'll and you are in our prayers.
 
 
#6 Anna Marie N. Berley 2012-02-07 13:05
I had not seen Mrs. Graham in years, but thought of her often. I will always remember her from family reunions and what a sweet lady she was. My deepest sympathy.

Anna Marie N. Berley
 
 
#5 Donald Berley 2012-02-07 09:14
Aunt Frances was very special as were all our Aunts and Uncles, but I must agree with Marie, she made the best yeast rolls you could find in "these parts."
 
 
#4 Lisa Amick Mowbray 2012-02-07 06:13
From the Forestry Commission family we send our thoughts and prayers to you all during this difficult time. Know you all are loved and thought about now and in the days to come.
 
 
#3 theresa halfacre 2012-02-07 00:43
To those who loved her, I offer my sincere condolences. I met Miss Frances in 2007 and it was love at first sight! She had ~the best~ sense of humor and she made me laugh a lot ... especially when we'd sing silly songs. She was a gem of a lady. I've seen her in recent months and weeks ... and I always kissed her before I left, saying, "until the next time!" Miss Frances, until the next time ... xoxoxoxoxo and I love you so, so much! Thank you for sharing your wonderful gifts of kindness and exhibiting strength in adversity. You never lost that smile!
 
 
#2 Marie Earwood 2012-02-06 19:25
I will always remember Aunt Frances for her Yeast Rolls. They were the best I have ever eaten. I will always remember her as a sweet and loving lady,
 
 
#1 Penney Nichols 2012-02-06 18:25
Gerald, Barbara Sue, Randy, Evelyn and families,
Sorry to hear of Mrs. Francis' passing. I knew this weekend that it probably wouldn't be long. She can be at peace now with no more suffering. At 96 she has lived a fruitful and loving life. Gerald and Barbara guess Mrs. Francis was leaving us when we were in James' office this morning.