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Frances Marie Gibbs was born on October 23, 1974, in Brunswick, Georgia to Beverly A. McCall and the late Frank Hicks. She fell asleep in death on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at Piedmont Atlanta Hospital.
Frances received her AS and BS Degrees in Business Management from Remington College in Jacksonville, Florida. She was an Operations Manager at Hartsfield/Jackson International Airport in Atlanta.
On June 12, 2009, Frances became one of Jehovah’s Witnesses serving faithfully as a regular pioneer. Fran loved going out in the ministry and talking to people and sharing her love of Jehovah with others. She was approachable, funny, smart, innovative, and of course stylish.
Fran leaves to mourn her memory; her mother, Beverly A. McCall, of Norcross, GA (formerly of Brunswick, GA); sister, Christie S. Lomax, of Jacksonville, FL; brother, Gregory M. Lomax, of Forrest Lake, GA; aunts, Dorothy Stewart, Alvenia C. Wilson, Donna M. Gibbs, all of Brunswick, GA; family friend, Carrie Holmes, of Brunswick, GA; uncles, Charles A. Gibbs, of Brunswick, GA; Ernest L. Gibbs, of Jacksonville, FL; Danny Clay, of San Antonio, TX; Jasper L. Wilson, of Brunswick, GA; Reginald Copeland, of Atlanta, GA; nieces, Aniya Sams, of Atlanta, GA; Briyana McGee, of Jacksonville, FL; nephew, Chase R. Rhodes, of Jacksonville, FL; close friend of 40 years, Nikki McGee; as well as a host of relatives and loving friends.
A Memorial Service will be held at 1:30 PM on Saturday, March 12, 2022. The service will be live streamed via Zoom. The Meeting ID is 865 4476 2826 and the Passcode is 833506.
Order of Service
Slide Show of Frances
Opening Song: He Will Call – Song 151
Reading of Obituary
Closing Song: See Yourselves When All Is New – Song 139
It is with deepest appreciation that the family acknowledges your kindness and thoughtfulness that has been extended to them during their time of bereavement. It was Jehovah’s and your strength on which they were able to lean, your soothing words on which they were able to cling, and your prayers which helped them endure. The family would also like to acknowledge The South Norcross Georgia congregation for your unwavering love, floral arrangements, food, cards, phone calls, emails, texts, visits, and most of all, your prayers and support. We love you dearly.