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Elliott Sons Funeral Home

2524 Lumpkin Road, Augusta, GA

OBITUARY

Frances Elaine Mathis

December 6, 1948August 27, 2019
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Frances Elaine Mathis, of Hephzibah, entered into rest on August 27, 2019, at the age of 70.

Fran always made sure everyone in the room felt loved and left with a smile on their face. She had a heart of gold and spent her life selflessly helping others.

Mrs. Mathis is preceded in death by her loving husband, Frank Mathis, Sr.; daughter, MeShelle Mathis; and 3 brothers (Jack, Ricky and Tommy Spivey). Mrs. Mathis leaves behind her son, Frank Mathis, Jr. (Sue); grandchildren (whom she raised), Adam Suarez (Brooke), Andrea Young and James Stewart, Jr. (Courtney). Also, Emily Galbreath (Daniel), Trey Mathis and great-grandchildren who she loved “so good.”

A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 6pm at the Lumpkin Road Chapel of Elliott Sons Funeral Home. The family will receive friends one hour prior at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Victorious Reagan & Friends Foundation for Pediatric Cancer (mail to: 4594 Ashbrook Court, Martinez, GA 30907.

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Emily Galbreath (Mathis)

August 29, 2019

Ever since I found out the news, I keep remembering things I haven’t remembered in years. When I was a little girl, “aunt shell” loved to do my hair in small braids with beads all over, it was my favorite. I can hear granny now “stop shaking that head of yours child” I’d do anything to hear it one more time. Granny was so outstanding and loving with a heart of gold...wishing I could go back to being a kid with her, or have a little more time..

Christie McElmurray

August 29, 2019

My memory of this sweet soul was she made Richard and Our family always feel like we was her family too.
Even though most of our conversation was on the phone I never hung up without a smile on my face from her gentle soul. You will be so missed by so many.
With all our love The McElmurray’s

Cynthia Stewart

August 29, 2019

I first met Fran when my son was dating her daughter. She was always so friendly and kind and called everyone hon or sugar. Sugar was mostly for the kids and grandkids. She eventually had to raise her grandkids and she did an amazing job. I know that she will be missed by all her friends and family and I hope that God will watch over them all. My condolences go out to her family.

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