Ina Fran Dyke

July 11, 1922October 13, 2020

Ina Frances Blevins Jones Dyke 98 went to be with her Lord Tuesday October 13, 2020.

Fran was born in Lone Wolf Oklahoma, July 10, 1922 to Gus and Sallie Blevins.

She went to Lone Wolf elementary, and high school through 10th grade. Fran attended business school and hair dressing school in Amarillo, Texas.

She married Roy Lee Jones and together they had two children, Jimmy and Jolene.Fran married her second husband Joe Emuel Dyke and together they had two children, Joselyn and Gary. She lived with Joe in Borger, Texas for all of their married life. Together they owned several businesses in Borger, including Tri-City Pest control until Joe’s death in 1986.

She was a beautician by trade and owned several beauty shops in Borger during her life. Fran was a member of Borger 1st Assembly of God for 50 years, with pastor Calvin Newton. Fran truly had a good time where ever she went. She brought the Lord and his joy with her.

Fran is survived by her children, Jimmy Jones and wife Barbara of Amarillo TX, Jolene McNulty and husband Ken of Las Vegas NV, Joselyn Wingate and husband Coleman of Jackson TN, Gary Dyke and wife Debbie of Dallas TX, 9 grandchildren,13 great grandchildren, and 6 great-great grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her parents, her first husband Roy Lee Jones, and second husband Joe (Emuel) Dyke. Fran will be truly missed by both friends and family.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Marsha Lermon

October 26, 2020

Fran Dyke was unique in every way. She would pass candy out to the kids at church and might just press a $100 bill into your hand when you’ve been praying for a miracle! If our pastor asked for testimonies, Sister Dyke would be the first one to pop up and share her favorite scripture: “ For I know in whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed to Him against that day. “ 2Timothy 1:12
If there was ever a person who was not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ, it was Fran. Many of her testimonies in church would be about people she met out in public whom she had led in the sinner’s prayer. Anytime I asked her how she was doing, she always had the same reply, “I’ve never felt better in my life!” The world has lost her physical presence, but Heaven has gained a prize. Love and comfort to her family as they lay her to rest. Sincerely, Marsha Lermon

Rebecca Gibbs

October 26, 2020

Oh , our beloved Fran. How we adored her so much. I can still smell her sweet perfume and feel her soft hand holding mine as we walked around her house. She had such boldness about sharing the gospel and giving hope to every person that came in her path. A spirit we should all carry. I still have the things she gave me as wedding gifts to start my new home with, things she used everyday and I will always cherish them. She was our neighbor directly across the street growing up on Houston. She is one person whom will forever impact my life. See you in Glory Fran, love you so much ! May God be with your precious family in this time.

Patty Blankenship

October 26, 2020

I loved Fran very much. She was a wonderful neighbor to our family and we felt very loved by her. We lived right next door to her and got to experience a wonderful friendship with her. I have never forgotten all the times she and I would get together to have coffee and have yummy snacks. She loved entertaining. She spent time encouraging us and praying for us when we needed it. She and I also planted the roses and trees in her front yard.
We are so sorry about your loss of your mother and grandmother. Know that Heaven is rejoicing in her arrival!
May God be you as you mourn the loss of your mom and grandmother. She will be missed by many.

Yvonne Benz

October 26, 2020

We loved Fran so much! She was a wonderful neighbor and great friend. My girls looked at her as a grandmother. She was always bringing us something good to eat. I always loved how happy she was and how much she loved the Lord. I will look forward to the day I see her sweet face again. She’s home!

Debbie Sargent Stripling

October 26, 2020

I loved Fran with all my heart. She was so precious! She loved the Lord so much. It didn’t matter if you were a stranger or friend, Fran was going to share the Lord with you. I remember she would always pat my face while talking to me. She always had a smile on her face. Fran is now healed and whole, heaven gained a beautiful, precious saint! My deepest sympathy to the family!

Charlotte Martin

October 26, 2020

My family loved Fran Dyke. We were all church family at First Assembly of God Church (Borger). She was full of life and I believe she's running up and down the streets of Heaven shouting Hallelujah!

Troy Gray

October 18, 2020

Fondly remember Fran. Her giggle, white hankey, and red hair are what I remember the most about her. Bless you, family and friends.

Mellessa Denny

October 18, 2020

Fran exuded the joy of the Lord. I have fond memories of her at First Assembly. She was never afraid to share a story about how awesome Jesus is or how God provided. She would tell anyone she met about Jesus. We should all be as bold! I can picture her in heaven patting everyone and saying a big ole "howdy!"

Gaylene Schiller. ( Smith )

October 18, 2020

I loved fran. I use to go to her house and she had these barrel chairs at the table. Cool when I was like 12. And when She came to Walmart her and sis. Tyler use to pray with me right there in Walmart. Really will miss her. I'm sorry for your loss.

Patsy GRAY

October 18, 2020

I remember Fran so well. She was bubbling over with the Lord. I went to the First Assembly of God, growing up. She was a wonderful mess. Ha.ha.ha.ha. She will be missed.


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