In Memory

Frances Sewall (Miller)

The following was provided by classmate, Jay Siegall, who saw the information posted on Facebook:

Hi All,

I am Fran’s oldest son John.  My beautiful cherished mother passed away Tuesday.  Not knowing many of her friends by name I thought this would be one means of letting her friends know.  A few weeks ago she was diagnosed with undiagnosed and extremely advanced cancer. Mom was diligent in her healthcare but unique circumstances prevented detection until it had advanced so far that imaging revealed it and biopsy confirmed. Mom loved life, cared for all and served others tirelessly my whole life. My earliest memories was her caring for infant foster children. She is missed beyond words but pain free in the arms of her Savior that she loved with all her heart, might, mind and strength. God bless you all.


Mom's service is at:

Saturday at 6pm

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

8801 Martop Rd, Aubrey, TX 76227

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01/19/23 08:40 AM #1    

Sherwin "Jay" Siegall

I am devestated and send my condolences.

I sat by your mom in home room at Evanston high school and have stayed in touch the past 30 years after reconnecting. She amazed me with all the driving she did between Texas and Alabama.

I am teary eyed. RIP my friend. I will always remember your roller skating days at the Glenview Playdium❤️.


01/20/23 03:02 PM #2    

Susan Spiegel (Pastin)

My deepest condolences John - and thanks for letting us know!  No matter how old she is, or how old you are, it's hard to lose your mother!


01/21/23 08:37 AM #3    

Michael MacDonald

So sorry for your loss.

01/22/23 09:41 PM #4    

Vernon Neece

My condolences, John.  I was saddened to learn of your mother's death.  Sophomore year I was in Mr Jones's biology class. with your mother  I think John Kough was in that class with us as well.  In lookiing up Mr Jones' name in my1962 Key yearbook I saw where your mother had written in it.  The writing was pretty faded after all these years.  If my memory is correct, your mother competed in dance roller skating during her high school years.

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